From Conway Police Department reports
Suspicious woman near school
A 26-year-old woman was arrested Friday morning after a St. Joseph Elementary officials reported the suspect was acting intoxicated.
According to an incident report, officers were called out to the intersection of Fourth and Harkrider streets shortly after 9 a.m. Friday after a school employee said there was a woman "acting intoxicated across the street from the school."
The responding officer pulled up to the scene, a woman matching the description given by a school employee was jumping up and down in a driveway across the street from the school. The woman did not directly answer the officer's questions, but instead answered with irrelevant responses.
"As I was attempting to speak to [the suspect], it became clear that she was in an altered state of mind," the officer wrote in his report. "[The woman] kept answer[ing] the questions that I asked with answers that were not relevant to the question. As an example, when I asked why she had taken her shoes off she responded, 'Did you even look left? You don't know directions.'"
In his report, the officer noted the woman was "very talkative" and was "consistently incoherent." He also believed she was intoxicated because she was "very restless and had redness around her nose."
"All of these behaviors or indicators are that of a person on some form of stimulant," the report states.
The woman was ultimately arrested on suspicion of public intoxication and taken to the county jail.
Inappropriate Facebook messages
Police were notified Friday morning that a 16-year-old girl had received inappropriate messages on Facebook.
The teen's mother met with officers at the Conway Police Department around 11:15 a.m. to report the inappropriate messages.
According to the incident report, the 44-year-old mother learned of the messages early that morning while looking through her daughter's phone.
"[The woman] advised that around [2:30 a.m.] on this date, she found some disturbing messages on her daughter's ... Facebook account," the report reads. "She stated that [an 18-year-old] had sent her some lewd messages. She stated that he was asking [her daughter] to come to Camden because he was horny and wanted to have sex with her."
Along with the inappropriate messages, the woman also said the suspect sent her daughter photos that exposed himself.
Fake job takes woman's money
A woman who thought she'd signed on for an online health care job reported on Friday that she was part of a scam.
The woman contacted Conway police just after 3:30 p.m. Friday to report falling victim to computer fraud.
According to an incident report, the woman said she got an online job through a company called Partner's Healthcare out of Boston, Massachusetts. After accepting the job, she was advised to open a checking and savings account through Digital Credit Union, which was also based out of Massachusetts. The woman said it cost her $10 to set up the accounts.
The 24-year-old victim said her employer was supposed to send her money via these accounts "to purchase the equipment needed for her new job." When no money was deposited, she said she became suspicious.
According to the report, the woman asked for a number to contact her supervisor but that he person she was messaging would evade the topic and change the conversation. She said she was only able to ever reach someone from the company via Google Hangouts.
A few weeks after quitting and closing the checking and savings account, the woman said she received a letter stating her savings account was overdrawn by $1,500.
Apparently, the accounts she set up through Digital Credit Union were never closed after she requested them to be "and she believed that Partner's Healthcare had been drawing money out of the account."
"She stated that she once again contacted DCU Collections Department about the account that was supposed to have been closed ... [and] they informed her to contact her local police department regarding the situation," the report reads.