From Conway Police Department reports
Staff members at recovery center say resident damaged door
Staff members at a local recovery center called police after one of the residents allegedly broke one of their doors.
According to an incident report, authorities were called out to the Phoenix Recovery center on Jersey Street shortly before 5 p.m. Thursday regarding the incident.
Staff members told police that Jamey Trammell, who is a resident at the center, "had kicked the glass of the sliding door on the southwest side" of duplex he was staying in.
The responding took photos of the damage and told staff how to file charges against the resident if they wished to do so before leaving the scene Thursday.
Elderly woman reports theft
An 81-year-old woman called police Thursday after noticing several of her belongings were missing.
According to an incident report, the elderly woman lives in an apartment on Hairston Avenue and suspects a neighbor stole money and checks from her.
In her statement, the woman told police that a neighbor "who she only knows as Shae" came to help her clean her apartment on Tuesday. Since then, the woman said she has noticed $100 in cash, her checkbook and a Seiko watch were missing.
The woman said she last saw these items in her purse Monday night and that her neighbor "was the only person that had been in her apartment the last few days."
Couple claims neighbor threatened them
A 37-year-old man was reportedly threatened by his neighbor earlier this week.
According to an incident report, the man and another woman were outside their home when one of their neighbors allegedly threatened to shoot the 37-year-old man. The two told police that the 59-year-old suspect said she was planning to shoot the victim when his landlord left.
After speaking with the complainants, officers went to confront the alleged suspect about the incident.
"[The suspect] stated she was inside laying down in her bed and did not know what they were talking about. [She] also stated she has had problems with her neighbors since they moved in. I asked [the woman] if she owned a gun and she stated ... that she did not," the incident report reads in part. "[The landlord] advised he had been outside when this supposedly happened and advised [the suspect] did not threaten them in any way or say anything to them."
Before leaving the scene, the responding officers had the alleged victims fill out voluntary statements about the incident and explained to the complainants how they could file charges if they wished against their neighbor.
Man allegedly threatens to kill his sister
Police responded to a harassing communications call Thursday morning after a woman said her brother was sending her threatening messages.
According to an incident report, the 20-year-old woman was with a 20-year-old man who was also reportedly threatened by her brother when she called police just after 9 a.m. Thursday from the Dave Ward Drive Burger King parking lot.
The woman told police she'd received a threatening message from her 23-year-old brother the day before and wanted to file a report in reference to the incident.
In the threatening message her brother told her he was "coming to get [her], which worried and confused her, so she called him, according to her statement.
While speaking with her brother over the phone, he continued acting hostile and said: "I promise if I catch you, I'm gonna kill you. If I catch you talking to my brother I'm gonna kill you."
The woman said her brother's threats stem from an incident that occurred the day before in Little Rock, where she and the other complainant were allegedly threatened with an axe by her brother.