From Conway Police Department reports

Man's window shot

A man reported someone shot a hole threw his bedroom window on Friday.

According to an incident report, officers were called out shortly after 5:30 p.m. after the 33-year-old victim said he believed someone shot through his bedroom window.

When the responding officer arrived at the Champions Drive residence, the victim showed him where alleged bullet hole was.

"Upon further investigation of the window, it appeared to be a small hole in the window that appeared to be made by a pellet gun," the officer wrote in his report. "There was no damage to the window blinds covering the window, and no evidence of the possible pellet anywhere."

The officer documented the mischief incident and informed the victim how he could pick up a copy of the report.

Woman says aunt poisoned her

Authorities were called out around 7 p.m. to the Sonic on Oak Street on Friday after a woman said she was having a panic attack because she thought her aunt had poisoned her.

The 20-year-old woman said she thought her aunt had poisoned her with lead and needed medical attention.

As officers responded to the scene, the woman was already being treated firefighters.

"She seemed visibly upset and I noticed she had multiple large scabs and sores all over her face and neck," one officer wrote in his report of his initial reaction to of the scene.

According to her statement, the woman had gotten into an argument with her aunt, who had agreed to give her a ride to the hospital, when her aunt "let her out of the car at Sonic and refused to continue to drive her to the hospital."

The woman's aunt said she'd picked the 20 year old up near the Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville and agreed to take her to Baptist Health Medical Center-Conway. However, as she was driving, she said her niece began "freaking out."

At this point, the 42-year-old aunt said believed her niece was on drugs and that the sores on her face were from bed bugs. The aunt said she wanted to file a harassment report because her niece had grabbed her arm as she was driving, which is when she decided to stop the vehicle.

Officers took a harassment report from the alleged victim's aunt and the 20-year-old who called authorities was taken by ambulance to the hospital.

Road rage leads to fight

A Saturday road rage incident left one man bruised and beaten, according to an incident report.

The 45-year-old man said he was driving along Interstate 40 toward Conway around noon on Saturday when a black Cadillac sped up, got in front of him and then proceeded to drive 60 mph in the fast lane. The man said this happened again after he passed the vehicle and continued to happen until he turned onto the Salem Road exit.

The man said he has a lot of work-related equipment in the back of his truck and was worried something could have fallen out and hit the Cadillac as he was driving. Because he was concerned something had fallen out of his truck, the man said he stopped at the gravel parking lot just north of the Salem Road and Old Morrilton Highway intersection.

When he asked if something had fallen fro his truck, a white female in her mid-20s that was sitting in the passenger seat "began screaming out the window, 'You were in my lane.'"

At this point, the driver, who the victim identified as a white male in his mid-20s, got out of the driver's seat and punched him in the face.

"He stated after the first punch, a fight ensued for approximately 30 seconds," the incident report reads. "[The victim] stated that he was hit several times in the face during the fight ... [and] after the fight, the male got back in his car and left."

According to the officer's report, the victim sustained bruising to his face as well as around his left eye and jaw.

The victim said he was not able to get a the suspect's license plate number during the incident.