From Conway Police Department reports

Man outside Bear's Den cited with public intox charge

A 40-year-old Conway man was arrested outside of Bear's Den Pizza early Saturday morning.

Wesley Paul Morgan faces one count of public intoxication after officer Sarah Smith reportedly found him passed out in the Bear's Den Pizza parking lot just before 2:30 a.m. Saturday, according to an incident report.

Smith said she was driving through the parking lot when she "was made aware of a male passed out next to a vehicle outside of the business."

"As I was talking to Morgan, he was swaying and almost unintelligible with his words," Smith wrote in her report, also noting the 40-year-old's "eyes were bloodshot and he had the odor of intoxicants coming from his person."

Morgan was unable to tell authorities who he arrived at the bar with or where the group he arrived with had gone, according to the report. Because he was unable to leave on his own, and did not know anyone who could come get him, the Conway man was ultimately arrested on suspicion of public intoxication.

According to the incident report, he was "uncooperative" with police and refused to sign his citation before being booked into the county jail.

Shots fired near West Martin Street apartment complex

Authorities were called to an apartment complex on West Martin Street after witnesses reported hearing several gunshots in the area.

The police department received the shots fired call at 3:36 a.m. Saturday, and officers pulled up to the scene at the Enclave apartments at 3:39 a.m., according to an incident report.

Officers immediately spoke with witnesses and soon located three shell casings in the area.

"Upon my arrival I spoke with several people standing on the south side of the complex. They stated they heard approximately 10 gunshots that came from the area of Denison and W. Martin intersection, but did not know who fired them," officer Tyler B. Langley wrote in his report. "I then went to check the area and located [three] spent 9mm Luger shell casings on the north east portion of the intersection."

One witness told authorities he saw "a lot of people" gathered in the Enclave parking lot moments before he heard the shots.

Following the gunfire, several vehicles fled the area, according to the witness.

"[The man] stated just after the shots were fired, approximately [four] vehicles left the parking lot," Tyler wrote. "[The witness] stated he believes the shots to have come from a Doge Challenger or Charger as they left north on Denison."

The man said he was unsure what model the vehicle was, but did say the suspect vehicle "frequently visits the area."

Photos were taken of the scene and each of the shell casings that were located prior to the casings being collected and logged as evidence, according to the report.

Suspect steals student's scooter

A University of Central Arkansas student reported on Saturday that her scooter was stolen from outside her South Donaghey Avenue apartment last week.

According to an incident report, a 22-year-old woman who lives at The Edge apartments contacted authorities Saturday afternoon to report a theft that occurred the weekend before.

The woman told the responding officer she believes her red TaoTao scooter was stolen sometime between 2 -10 a.m. Oct. 28, noting she did not immediately report the theft while she worked to acquire the scooter's VIN number.

According to the report, the red scooter was parked in the walkway outside her apartment and did not have a license plate.