From Conway Police Department reports

Woman's boyfriend threatens to kill cat

Officers were called out to the Village Apartments on Friday after a woman's boyfriend reportedly threatened to kill her cat.

The Conway Police Department was called out just after 10 p.m. to the apartments on Fendley Drive after a woman reported her boyfriend "had gotten mad at her while they both were drinking" and threatened to kill her cat.

"She said that he had gotten mad at her over a cat that was on his bed," the responding officer wrote in his report, noting the woman was "visibly upset" when he arrived on scene. "She said that they began arguing over the cat and that during the argument, he pushed her down. She told me that she was not injured."

The 22-year-old woman told the officer that her 24-year-old boyfriend had since left the apartment, possibly taking her car keys with him.

The woman's vehicle was located in the parking lot. However, according to the incident report, the officer was unable to find her boyfriend outside. The woman's father soon arrived on scene and took her cat to his house. Before leaving, the officer told the woman how she could file charges against her boyfriend or issue a no contact order against him is she decided to.

Movie night leads to fight

A 35-year-old Southern Hills Drive resident reported Friday night that another woman began harassing her after she returned home from watching a movie.

According to an incident report, the alleged victim said she and a few friends went out to see a movie and that following the film, the 29-year-old woman in question tried to start a fight with her.

"[The victim] stated that she had gone to the movies with a couple of friends and that when the movie was over, [the suspect] approached her, trying to get her to fight," the incident report reads. "[She] advised that she left the threatre and went home. [The victim] stated that she got home and a few minutes later, someone began beating on her front door."

When she opened the door, she was met by the 29-year-old woman who began harassing her at the theater. According to her statement, the suspect immediately began "swinging at her and tried to push her way inside the house."

The woman said she was able to call authorities to the scene after her neighbors separated the fight that broke out between the two women. The responding officer collected witness statements and informed the woman how to file charges or obtain a no contact order against the 29-year-old suspect.

Police respond to incident at UCA

A woman reported a man pulled out a gun as she argued with his girlfriend following a party at the University of Central Arkansas on Saturday.

According to an incident report, officers were paged out around 1:30 a.m. to the University Park Apartments after a woman reported a 24-year-old man had pulled a gun out during an argument that transpired following a party at the Prince Center.

The woman said as she was leaving the party, she noticed she was parked next to the man in question and that he and his girlfriend were getting into his vehicle. As the alleged suspect opened the door for his girlfriend, the woman said she called his girlfriend a "hoe," which triggered an argument.

"[The woman] advised while she was being told to leave, she stated she heard a "click" and observed [the man in question] racking the slide on a pistol," the responding officer wrote in his report. "I asked [the woman] if he pointed the gun at her and she said, 'He held it down between the car and the open car door.'"

When officers questioned the 24-year-old man about the incident, he said the woman has repeatedly harassed him. According to the man's statement, the complainant began screaming at him and threatened him, stating "she was going to call her man to get in a gun fight with him."

The officer collected written statements from both parties and advised the two how to file charges against the other if they wished to do so.