Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Residential burglary, Brookside Drive. Officers made contact with two residents around 5:51 p.m. Thursday at 100 Brookside Drive Lot 15, who reported a break-in.
One of the roommates said she left the residence around 8 a.m. and returned around 5 p.m. to find the door open, all the lights on, cabinets open and items moved around, according to the police report.
The female said no items were missing, and did not know who could have broken in. The female also told police that this had occurred before, but nothing was taken in the previous break-in, as well.
•Public intoxication, Conway Regional Medical Center. Officers responded to an intoxicated, uncooperative person around 3:02 a.m. Thursday at the Conway Regional Medical Center emergency room.
The 46-year-old Conway man was stumbling around and had pulled his IV out, according to the police report.
The police report also stated that the man had urinated himself, and was given a disposable gown to wear. After putting on the gown, the man put his underwear on over it, the police report states.
Officers attempted to speak with the man, but he was incoherent.
Officers took the man into custody, and transferred him to the Faulkner County jail. The man was unable to sign his citation, due to throwing up multiple times, the police report states.
•Theft of property, 1st Avenue. Officers responded to a theft-of-property around 4:14 p.m. Thursday at 701 1st Ave. Lot 80.
The resident told officers that when she left her residence around 2:30 p.m., her air conditioner unit was in the window, but when she returned around 3:50 p.m., it was missing, the police report states.
Due to dry, rotted wood, it appeared the unit may have been removed by simply pulling it out, the police report states.
The unit was valued at $35 in the police report, and the window frame was valued at $50.
•Theft of property, Lollie Road. Officers responded to a motor vehicle theft around 3:24 p.m. Thursday at 1405 Lollie Road.
Officers met with the PC Construction senior manager who told police that a work truck was missing.
The employee told officers the truck is left on site, and that the doors were left unlocked with the keys in the ignition, the police report states.
The employee told officers the truck was on site Wednesday when crews left around 5:30 p.m., but was missing when crews returned around 5:30 a.m. Thursday.
The employee told officers that one of his workers thought he saw the truck westbound on Dave Ward Drive near Wal-Mart between 5 and 5:30 a.m. Thursday, but the worker was not sure if it was the stolen truck because the company currently has 19 vehicles in the area.
The employee told officers the truck is a white single cab, 2005 Chevrolet 1500 with PC Construction logos on both doors. The truck has a metal frame rack on the outside of the back window, a metal tool box in the truck bed and square metal stock railing on the bed sides, the police report states.
The truck’s passenger side tail light is not working, and the driver’s side mirror is also missing, the police report states.
The police report valued the truck at $700.
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