From Conway Police Department reports

Sock thieves jailed

A Pine Bluff woman and a Conway man face theft of property charges after reportedly getting caught stealing socks from Khol's on Nov. 25.

According to an incident report, the loss prevention officer contacted police immediately after getting the license plate number of the vehicle the two suspects fled in, telling officers the suspects had each taken a pair of socks before fleeing the store.

The loss prevention officer said told police a black female, later identified as Kandiss Deon Ford, 22, of Pine Bluff, and a black man, later identified as Quinton Naven Harris, 22, of Conway, each were seen hiding socks and ran past her when she attempted to confront them.

"[Katrina Garner] stated that Ford attempted to walk past her and that she repositioned herself in front of Ford," the incident report reads in part. "Garner stated that she told Ford that she needed to return to the store ... [but] that Ford then attempted to shove her aside. Garner stated that she moved, and told Ford that she should not touch her."

At that point, the two suspects fled, but Harris reportedly "got winded, and handed [over] the socks that she had on her."

Officer Dan Worley soon pulled over the suspect vehicle and found that the two had several other items -- a pair of Vans shoes, a Tommy Hilfiger shirt, three pairs of pants and a hat -- that appeared to be stolen.

Authorities learned one of the pairs of jeans was reportedly taken from Rue 21 and took the other items to the police department as evidence.

Both Ford and Harris were taken to the county jail following the incident.

Teen agrees to buy iPhone, instead steals it

A Conway teen reportedly stole an iPhone after agreeing to meet with another man to potentially buy the phone on Nov. 25.

According to an incident report, an 18-year-old Conway resident met with 19-year-old Malique Cook at the Fred's Store on Oak Street after the two talked over Facebook Messenger and Cook said he was interested in purchasing a rose gold iPhone 6s from the 18-year-old.

The younger teen told police that as he was showing Cook the phone outside of Fred's, the 19-year-old snatched the phone "and fled west on foot towards the intersection of Oak and Ingram [streets]."

The 18-year-old said he attempted to chase after Cook and another individual who was with him who also ran, but lost sight of them as he attempted to catch up to them in his truck.

2 accused of making sexual gestures outside Conway restaurant

Authorities were alerted on Nov. 27 that two men had been making sexual gestures at customers inside of Fat Daddy's the day before.

According to an incident report, a woman who told police on Nov. 27 that she wished to remain anonymous said she was eating with a friend at Fat Daddy's BBQ the day before when she saw two men walk by the store acting inappropriately "multiple times."

"When the black males walked by the restaurant, she observed them making sexual hand gestures," the incident report reads in part. "She [also] stated the males did these gestures multiple times."

The woman said she did not want to give her name but that she also "wanted this incident to be on file."