From Conway Police Department reports
Woman calls police over man who reportedly began 'freaking out' after taking acid
Police were called to an apartment on Louvenia Street early Tuesday morning regarding a man who was high "and freaking out" inside a residence, according to an incident report.
Conway police responded to the apartment in the 2100 block of Louvenia Street around 3:40 a.m. Tuesday when a woman told officers there was a man named David who was high on drugs and "freaking out" inside.
The man, identified as 30-year-old David Roseboro, had reportedly locked himself in a closet and passed out by the time authorities arrived on scene.
After pulling the man out of the closet, responding officers handcuffed the suspect and woke him up.
"Once David woke up, we had to explain to him what was going on and he kept trying to force his way up," officer John Fuentes wrote in his report.
According to the report, paramedics were called to the apartment to check on Roseboro. The report also states officers found "what looked like a large marijuana pipe and a small stand with a white powdery substance on it" in plain view inside the bedroom Roseboro had locked himself in.
The woman who called police told authorities she believed the 30-year-old was high on acid.
Roseboro, who also showed to have an active warrant, was arrested on scene and also charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia before being taken to the county jail.
Mail thief cashes stolen checks
A Mill Pond Road resident reported on Tuesday having blank checks stolen from her mailbox.
According to an incident report, the 53-year-old woman receives a few blank checks from her bank each month and that earlier this month "two of the checks were stolen out of her mailbox."
Mail theft has become an issue in her neighborhood, she said, noting the person who stole her checks wrote one of the checks out for $4,400 to a woman named Rita Tiapula.
"She stated that their neighborhood has had problems with mail theft recently and a neighbor recently caught a dark colored car with two unknown males trying to steal mail from his mailbox," officer Aaron Cullum wrote in his report after speaking with the complainant.
As she spoke with officer Cullum, the woman said "that the person(s) that stole the checks wrote on of them ... for $4,400 to Rita Tiapula and the memo line stated it was for a car."
"The person(s) that stole the check forged the signature and it was able to go through her credit account," the 53-year-old woman said in her statement to police.
The woman also said the second check was written out for " either $2,400 or $2,500" but that the unknown suspects did not attempt to cash the check until after her account was closed.
Windamere Drive resident reports vehicle break-in
A Windamere Drive resident reported on Wednesday having $5 and a can of pepper spray stolen from her vehicle overnight.
According to an incident report, 46-year-old woman called police shortly after 7:30 a.m. Wednesday after noticing someone had broken into her vehicle.
The woman told police she parked her car outside of her apartment around 6 p.m. Tuesday and went to leave at 7:28 a.m. when she noticed "items were scattered throughout her car."
While it appeared items had been tossed about throughout her car, she noticed two items missing -- $5 and a small bottle of pepper spray.