From Conway Police Department reports

Friends banned from Sam's Club

A Clinton man was arrested Friday morning shortly after he and his friend were banned from the Sam's Club in Conway.

According to an incident report, employees called authorities to the store located on South Amity Road shortly before 10:30 a.m. after a man had reportedly passed out in the tire section.

When officer Trey Hodges arrived on scene, an employee told him two men came to the store together and "he believed one of the males to be heavily intoxicated," the report states.

Employees request police formally ban both individuals -- George Rice and Michael Hamner -- from the retail warehouse.

As officer Hodges filled out the trespass report, he asked Hamner, who had a backpack with him, if there was anything illegal inside his backpack.

Hamner, 51, of Clinton said he did not have anything illegal with him and consented to allowing Hodges to search his belongings. During the search, Hodges reportedly found a syringe hidden in a cigarillo package that was loaded with a brown substance that later tested positive on scene for methamphetamine.

After searching Hamner, finding the suspected paraphernalia and substance that appeared to be meth, the 51-year-old Clinton man was ultimately arrested on two charges -- possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance -- and was taken to the county jail.

Woman reports break-in

A Chapel Ridge Apartments resident reported a break-in on Friday.

The 32-year-old complainant contacted police Friday evening regarding a theft she believed occurred sometime between 11 p.m. Thursday and 7:20 p.m. Friday.

As she spoke with police, the woman said she did not see any signs of forced entry into her apartment "and she believed she had locked the door when she left" but that several items including a PlayStation 4 gaming system, a controller, wireless Beats headphones and $200 in cash were missing. Of the items taken, the woman's total loss was estimated at $650, according to the report.

Officer Joey Zulpo, who responded to the apartment complex regarding the burglary report Friday, asked the woman to contact police when she was able to provide authorities with serial numbers for the missing items.

Suspect dumps syrup over local teen's vehicle

A Conway teen called police after an unknown suspect reportedly dumped syrup all over his vehicle while he was at work.

According to an incident report, a 19-year-old Walmart employee reported finding syrup on his 2006 black Hyundai Tiberon in the parking lot of the Walmart on Skyline Drive.

The teen told police he took his vehicle to a car wash after finding it had been vandalized but "wasn't able to remove all of the syrup from his vehicle and it even leaked under his hood where his engine is located."

The unknown suspect dumped syrup onto the hood of the Hunday Tiberon as well as on the door handles sometime between 7-10 a.m. Friday, according to the teen who reported the incident shortly after 7:30 p.m. on the day in question.

According to the report, it was unknown at the time of the complaint if there was any damage to the vehicle's paint.