From Conway Police Department reports
Clerk reports gas theft
An unknown suspect reportedly stole 10.5 gallons of gas from a local Citgo.
According to an incident report, Conway police were called out to the Citgo gas station on Skyline Drive at 11:30 a.m. Friday regarding the alleged theft.
The gas station clerk who called authorities described the suspect as "a balding older white male."
The clerk was unable to get the suspect's license plate and also did not have any security footage of the incident, according to the report.
Tenant takes TV
A 32-year-old woman is suspected of stealing a TV from a Conway motel last week.
Arvindbhai Patel, who is owner of the Stacy Motel on Old Morrilton Highway, reported the theft shortly after noon on Friday.
Patel told authorities that 32-year-old Anna Davis checked into a room at 11 a.m. Thursday and left some time before 10 a.m. Friday, adding that Davis "stole the 32-inch flat screen TV out of the room when she left."
According to an incident report, Davis is also accused of stealing a remote and a abed sheet from the motel room.
Trampoline park staff find firearm in women's restroom
Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park staff reportedly found a Smith & Wesson revolver in the women's bathroom Friday.
According to an incident report, the trampoline park's manager contacted authorities after finding the firearm.
"Upon arrival I made contact with the manager of Urban Air, Zachary Yocum, who advised me that he located a firearm on top of the toilet paper dispenser in the women's bathroom," officer Brittany Byrd wrote in her report. "He stated he was unaware of how long the firearm had been in the bathroom and did not know who it belonged to."
Officer Byrd ultimately took the .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver to the police station and logged it as found property. She also unloaded and secured the weapon with zip-ties before setting it in storage.
Friend's ex fraudulently uses info for car payment
Conway officers were alerted of a possible credit card fraud last week.
According to an incident report, a woman told police Friday that one of her friend's ex-girlfriends fraudulently used her credit card information last month.
In her statement, she explained she has a friend who has bad credit that she has allowed as an authorized user of her CITI Bank credit card. The friend reportedly met up with his ex-girlfriend on Aug. 14 because she was out of gas and had no money.
"He loaned the credit card to her for the sole purpose of getting gas because he did not want her stranded with their child in the car," the woman told police. "At some point during the time she had the card, she must have copied down the card information, because it was later used to make a car payment online to a car dealer in Jonesboro on [Aug. 23]."
According to the incident report, 30-year-old Crystal Dawson fraudulently used the complainant's credit card information to make a $796.56 car payment online.
After speaking with her friend, she learned Dawson was allowed to use the card for gas and was not authorized by her friend to use the card or card information for any other transaction. The complainant told police she has since canceled the aforementioned credit card and provided authorities with the name of the finance company her card was fraudulently used to pay, along with the reference number attached to the fraudulent payment.