Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• K9 school sniff at 1501 College Ave., Central Baptist College.
Conway police and a K9 officer were requested to search the school’s dormitory. The K9 officer did not alert to the odor of a controlled substance in the dorms or in the bank of cars in the school’s south parking lot.
• Theft of services at 1105 Skyline Drive, Waffle House.
Police were dispatched to the business in reference to a male subject who left the restaurant without paying for his food after causing a disturbance.
When police arrived they found the male subject lying on the ground in the parking lot of Motel 6 next to Waffle House with a Waffle House bag on his wrist and food scattered about him, according to the Conway Police Department report.
The subject, who appeared to be intoxicated, had multiple warrants, the report stated.
Waffle House employees told police the subject ordered a large amount of food and got angry after a couple of minutes because the cook was taking too long.
The employees said he then threw his water and his coffee across the restaurant.
The subject got his food to go, but then refused to pay for it, according to the report.
As Waffle House employees blocked the subject from leaving, another diner offered to pay for the subject’s food in order to calm the disruption.
The subject left the restaurant and apparently jumped the fence to get to the parking lot at Motel 6 and fell on the other side.
Officers wrote in the report the subject was disorderly and offered one officer a sexual favor.
The subject continued to act out, according to police, until he eventually passed out in a cell at Unit 2.
• Criminal trespass at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
Officers were dispatched to Walmart in reference to a subject on the premises who is not allowed back at Walmart.
Officers made contact with the 28-year-old male subject who stated he stole from Walmart two years ago but was allowed back in after one year.
The officer reminded the subject he signed a form that stated he could never return to Walmart.
• Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
A 17-year-old juvenile subject was apprehended after employees observed him conceal and attempt to leave the store with an item from electronics valued at $1.88.
• Found property at 955 South German Lane, Germantown Apartments.
A grounds keeper notified police when he found a plastic baggie containing a white crystal substance at the south side of building C at the complex. He told police he suspects it is meth.
• Communicating a false alarm at 1300 block of Davis Street.
A male subject called 911 three times without an emergency, according to police. The subject first called to ask if he had a warrant, and called again to say that he was in a domestic dispute with his wife and that he would turn himself in when police arrived. A third time he called and said he was still in a dispute with his wife. When police arrived, the man’s wife was not in the area. He admitted to police that he had been drinking mouthwash and that he had been in a fight with his wife, but it was a few days ago.
• Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
Police arrested two subjects at Walmart who loss prevention employees said were stealing merchandise, including a World of Warcraft game.
• Shoplifting at 3900 Dave Ward Drive, Walmart.
Police responded to Walmart in reference to a male subject who attempted to leave the store with a 55-inch television. According to Walmart employees, the subject put the television in a cart and was leaving through the front doors when employees stopped him. The subject let go of the cart and television and left the area, according to employees.
9. Found property at 1985 Rich Smith Lane, Stone Ridge Apartments.
A property manager at the complex notified police of three magazines, two with bullets inside, found behind one of the buildings.
One magazine was a Glock 22, 40 caliber magazine that could hold 30 bullets. Another was a Walther magazine with four Luger 9 mm round top bullets inside of it. The third was a Smith and Wesson magazine without any bullets.
10. Forgery at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
Police were dispatched to Walmart in reference to a female passing a counterfeit 100-dollar bill. A Walmart employee told police she recognized the bill as being a fake and that the woman had attempted to pass a fake bill the day before as well. The report states the woman "eased away" from the checkout lane when the employee called for a manager and then left the area.
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