From Conway Police Department reports

Harassing neighbor report

An Oakwood Village Trailer Park resident filed a harassment report with Conway police on Thursday, stating her neighbors have been harassing her over the past few months.

According to the 54-year-old woman's statement, he neighbors have set up cameras throughout her home and have hacked her phone.

She said the harassment began in October, noting she is unsure which of her neighbors are responsible for the harassing behavior but that she often hears people standing outside of her trailer and believes they are listening to her conversations.

Sometimes, the go under her house to bother her, she said.

"She stated that they have also been crawling under her trailer at all hours of the night and shining a light through the floors," the incident report reads. "They also have put up listening devices and cameras in her home and know everything that she does and says. She stated that she thinks they might have even hacked her phone because they know when she texts someone."

The woman said she was 22 days sober as she spoke with a Conway officer Thursday morning.

Her neighbors' harassing behaviors are "interfering with her sobriety" so she decided to file an incident report, she said.

Drunken walk

A 59-year-old homeless man was arrested Thursday morning after allegedly walking through town drunk.

An officer was asked shortly before 11:30 a.m. Thursday to conduct a welfare check on "a black male wearing a brown coat carrying a black umbrella" who was reportedly stumbling as he walked along Washington Avenue.

The officer caught up to the man in question at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Fleming Street.

According to the officer's report, "the male was stumbling and at one point fell into oncoming traffic coming close to being struck by an oncoming vehicle." As the officer walked up to the suspect, he could immediately smell alcohol.

While the man looked through his pockets for his ID, the officer could see what looked like a bottle of liquor in the suspect's inside jacket pocket. The officer questioned the man about whether he'd been drinking and the man "denied any recent drinking."

As the officer took the the bottle of alcohol out of the man's pocket during a consented search the man "got very upset and stated, 'I purchased that and you can't have it.'"

In his report, the officer said he believed the man was intoxicated and "presented an imminent danger to himself."

The 59-year-old suspect was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication and taken to the county jail. The alcohol, according to the officer's report, was taken as evidence and the "plastic bag containing toiletries" and the umbrella the man also had with him were taken to be stored at the police department until the suspect's release from the Faulkner County Detention Center.

Broken window

Conway police were alerted shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday of an incident on Timberlane Trail where a suspect allegedly threw a concrete block through a woman's window.

According to an incident report, the victim called the police department at 5:53 p.m. Thursday after someone "had thrown a portion of a cinder block through one of the windows in the front of her house."

She said she was watching TV with her son when suddenly they heard "a loud crash" coming from her son's room. The two ran to her 15-year-old son's room to figure out what had fallen when the found "a portion of a cinder block resting on the chair under the window." The 40-year-old woman said there was a "large hole" in her son's bedroom window and that "there was glass littered on the ground under it."

According to her statement, she said she believed the possible offender was part of "a group of juveniles," noting one of the children "may have had an orange and white umbrella."

Officers took photos to keep as evidence and told the woman to call the police department "with any supplemental information should it become available."