From Conway Police Department reports
Gun stolen during vehicle break-in
An unknown suspect reportedly broke into a vehicle on Poteete Drive early Wednesday morning and stole a gun.
According to an incident report, a 27-year-old man who lives along Poteete Drive filed a theft report with Conway police Wednesday evening regarding the incident.
The complainant told police he believes the theft occurred sometime between midnight and 4:30 a.m.
According to his statement, the man left his 2006 silver Honda Accord unlocked and an unknown suspect broke into the vehicle in the early morning hours, taking a camo synthetic Remington 870 with an extended choke that was in his trunk.
"[The victim] stated when he came outside ... the trunk of his car was open and everything had been gone through," the incident report states. [The man] said he did not have a serial number at [the time he filed a report] but that he may be able to get it."
Parolee with crack pipe arrested late Wednesday
A Conway man wanted by the Arkansas Parole Board was arrested at the Skyline Inn late Wednesday regarding the outstanding warrant.
According to an incident report, 55-year-old James Darnell Allison also faces an additional charge for reportedly possessing drug paraphernalia following his Wednesday-night arrest.
Authorities learned the parolee with an absconder warrant out of the Arkansas Parole Board was staying in room 117 at the Skyline Inn and went to check on him shortly before 11:30 p.m. Wednesday.
After speaking with authorities, Allison reportedly asked if he could briefly step back inside the room "so that he could grab some pants."
As he walked back inside the motel room, officers on scene "immediately observed a glass pipe on his bedside table," according to the report.
"The pipe appeared to be coated in a brown and black residual substance and it had a thin, wiry, brillo material plugging one end," the report states.
The report also states that Allison admitted he'd used the pipe to "smoke crack" after being Mirandized and was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia before being taken to the county jail.
Health care center reports fraud
A Reliance Health Care employee reported several fraudulent payments made from the business's account to Car-Mart and Verizon Wireless.
The health care center's assistant controller contacted police Thursday morning to report the fraudulent payments, according to an incident report.
The woman told police she has noticed "five separate fraudulent charges on on of their bank accounts" since September.
Fraudulent charges included payments to Car-Mart and Verizon Wireless totaling $1,453.70.
"[The complainant] advised that when she contacted her bank to get their account number off of the Verizon account being used, she was given the name Ashley Jones," the responding officer wrote in his report. "She could not remember what the name was in relation to, but she stated that she is going to find more information as to why she was given that name."
The complainant said a woman named Ashley Jones once worked for Reliance Health Care but that she was a CNA "and shouldn't have had access to the bank account numbers, but it is possible she was able to access the accounts."
According to the woman's statement the possible suspect once worked at the center's Jonesboro location.