Among reports recently released by the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office:
1. Theft from a building at 300 block of Brannon Road, Greenbrier. Victim reported Jan. 8 that several items had been damaged and stolen from his property. The victim said he noticed the power was off at his shop. The victim found that the wire had been cut at the ground where it was buried, in the shed and on the side of the shop. A roll of wire, welding leads, an antique canner, a welding stinger, ground clamps and lead quick connects were missing from the building.
. Destruction/damage of property at 50 block of Hodge Road, Mt. Vernon. Victim reported Jan. 11 that two dogs had killed all seven of his goats, four of which were pregnant females.
. Fraudulent use of a debit card at 1 block of Narans Road, Mayflower. Victim reported Jan. 11 that over $300 had been fraudulently withdrawn from her bank account.
. Vandalism of property at Lawrence Landing and Moore Lane, Conway. Victim reported Jan. 11 that an AT&T sign he had put up was missing. The victim said he found four-wheeler tracks in the snow leading up to where the sign was. The victim said he found the sign on the freeway overpass bank of Lawrence Landing. It appeared that the sign had been used as a sled.
. Motor vehicle theft at Fortson Road, Vilonia. Victim reported Jan. 11 that his vehicle had been stolen. The victim said he parked his gray Pontiac on Jan. 9 and when he returned on Jan. 11 the vehicle was gone.
. Theft from a motor vehicle at Grassy Lake Apartments, Highway 365, Mayflower. Victim reported Jan. 14 that his wallet, including his driver’s license, credit and debit cards, two checkbooks and $80 cash, was stolen from his vehicle.
(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact FCSO at 450-4914. Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached at 505-1238.)