Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Public intoxication/leaving the scene of an accident/warrant arrest at 1300 block of Torreyson Street. An officer responding to a fight in progress on the evening of Aug. 14 made contact with Jason A. Hoggard, 25, of 1360 Torreyson St., and his roommate, Michael David Williams, 57. Williams said he was riding home from a local grocery store in a vehicle driven by Hoggard, and that before leaving the parking lot Hoggard had driven into the back of another vehicle and left the accident scene. Upon arrival at their residence, Williams said, the two began to drink and fought. Police found that Williams had a misdemeanor warrant out of Perry County and arrested him. Hoggard was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident, careless driving and public intoxication.
2. Motor vehicle theft at 10 block of Rosanne Drive. Resident reported that between 10 a.m. Saturday and about 7 p.m. Sunday, someone stole a black 2008 Hyundai sedan from a driveway.
3. Motor vehicle theft at 1900 block of Hogan Lane. Resident reported that between 4:40 and 10 p.m. Tuesday someone stole a red 2002 Ford Explorer from a parking lot.
4. Theft of property at 1501 College Avenue (Central Baptist College). An employee said that someone had taken $300 from their wallet Aug. 14.
5. Public intoxication at 2100 block of Morning Glory Lane. An officer responding early Wednesday morning to reports of a shirtless white male yelling and threatening a resident located a man matching the description walking through a nearby yard. The man, later identified as 21-year-old Lance Alex Stokes, ran when he saw the patrol car, according to the report, jumping over residential fences and evading the officer, who called for backup and later found the man hiding in bushes. He was arrested on suspicion of terroristic threatening, fleeing and public intoxication.
6. Residential burglary at 3100 block of Irby Drive. A man reported that at some point between 6:50 a.m. and 7:20 p.m. Tuesday, someone entered his residence through unknown means and stole $100 from a drawer.
7. Unauthorized use of a vehicle at 2200 block of Meadowlake Road and 1620 Middle Road. A 41-year-old Gum Street man reported that on Aug. 3 he had let a 32-year-old Middle Road woman borrow his car for a week. He said he hadn’t seen or heard from her since. In a similar incident a 30-year-old Meadowlake Road woman told police Monday night that she had been waiting for her 40-year-old boyfriend to pick her up on her 50cc motor scooter. Instead, the boyfriend told her over the phone that he wasn’t picking her up after all. She said she hadn’t seen or heard from him since.
8. Possession of a controlled substance at 800 block of Monroe Street. Police arrested 45-year-old Leon D. James, 45, of 348 Sturgis Road, on the evening of Aug. 14 after finding a “metal smoking device with an off-white rocklike substance pushed into the filter” in his vehicle. James was arrested on suspicion of drug possession and obstructing government operations for initially giving police a false name and date of birth and on Monday was ordered to be held without bond due to violating the conditions of a parole stemming from 2007 possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing government operations convictions. James’ passenger, Travis Eugene Lasker, 25, of 607 Siebenmorgen Road, was found to have a felony warrant out of Faulkner County. Lasker was arrested for the warrant.
9. Residential burglary at 2400 block of Washington Street. A woman reported that someone had entered her residence though unknown means Thursday and stolen a computer keyboard. Nothing else appeared to be missing or disturbed.
10. Miscellaneous incident at 1300 block of Toney Circle. A woman said she was taking a shower Wednesday morning when she saw the bathroom door handle move. The only people who were supposed to be inside the home, she told police, were her children, and they were asleep upstairs. Police are conducting extra patrol of the area.
(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact the Conway Police Department at 450-6120. Staff writer Joe Lamb can be reached at 505-1238.)