A woman who gave a man a ride across town despite reservations was consequently threatened, according to a Conway Police Department incident report.

The victim told police a man approached her at Gulf Gas on Harkrider Street and asked if she could give him a ride to Germantown Apartments.

When the victim told him she was uncomfortable with giving him a ride because she did not know him, the subject told her a story about having a rough day and "seemed genuine," so she agreed to give him a ride, the report states.

The victim said when she was near the apartment complex, the subject asked her if she smoked crack.

The victim told police when she said no, he took small white rocks out of a bag and showed them to her.

When she asked him to get out of the vehicle, he refused and pulled out a knife and held it to her neck, she told police.

The victim said the man did not say anything, but stared at her with the knife pointed to her neck.

The victim said she cried and told the man she had children and asked that he get out of the vehicle.

The victim told police the man exited quickly and slammed the door.

Police obtained fingerprints from the vehicle on the door of the passenger side.