From Conway Police Department reports

Delivery driver reports theft

A pizza delivery driver reported about $20 was stolen from her vehicle while she was out on a delivery early Saturday morning.

The 22-year-old Toppers Pizza delivery driver told authorities she was out on a delivery at the College Park Apartments when she noticed two black men stopped in the parking lot.

The woman did not think anything out of the ordinary about the men being out in the parking lot around 1:30 a.m. until she noticed her tips had been stolen. The woman said she thinks one of the men she saw in the parking lot prior to dropping off her delivery was responsible for breaking into her vehicle and taking her money.

In her statement, she told police that after she dropped off her delivery, one of the men she previously saw in the parking lot began questioning her about Toppers Pizza, noting he wanted to know where the restaurant was located.

After returning to her car, the woman said she immediately noticed her tip cup was missing and suspected the man stalled her so the other unknown suspect could break into her car.

"She stated that when she returned to her car that her tip cup located in her center console was missing and that she believed that the male that talked to her was delaying her while his friend stole her money," the incident report reads in part.

Man accused of damaging entrance gate at The Ridge

A 21-year-old Russellville man is accused of causing at $3,000 in damages to the entrance gate at the Ridge Apartments.

Police were called out to the apartment complex shortly before 7 p.m. Saturday after receiving reports of "a red convertible with a black top" hitting "every vehicle in the parking lot" before fleeing the area.

A Conway officer stopped the suspect, identified as Stuart Luttrell Jr., along Old Morrilton Highway as other officers continued gathering statements and reviewing evidence on scene.

"Once I was on scene, the witnesses and victims advised me the suspect ... had also damaged the gate on the east entrance to the complex," one of the responding officers wrote in his report.

After speaking with the maintenance supervisor, authorities learned Luttrell caused "somewhere between $3,000 and $14,000 [in damages], depending on whether the motor was burned out."

Authorities alerted of stabbing victim being treated at hospital

Authorities were alerted of a stabbing victim who was being treated at the hospital early Sunday morning.

According to an incident report, Conway Regional Medical center staff called the police department at 3:57 a.m. Sunday after a man was admitted in the emergency room for injuries sustained in a stabbing incident.

The 49-year-old man said he went to break up a fight between a man and a woman that he saw transpiring by the mailboxes at the Oakwood Village Trailer Park when the male suspect "pulled out a knife and cut his right middle finger."

The victim was unable to provide authorities with a description of the suspect, according to the incident report.

"[The man] did not know the male or female's name and couldn't really describe the male due to his intoxication levels," the incident report reads in part. "[The victim's] injury required stitches, which hospital staff already had the would sewed up prior to my arrival."

The responding officer gave the 49-year-old the report number that would be tagged to this incident and asked him to call authorities if he was able to think of any additional information that could aid authorities in identifying his attacker.