From Conway Police Department reports
Man reports attempted burglary, damage to his vehicle
A Conway man called police after an unknown suspect busted out one of the windows of his pickup truck while he was inside a gas station on Harkrider Street last week.
Authorities were called to the Exxon/Dusty's Convenience Store in the 640 block of Harkrider Street shortly after 11 a.m. Nov. 28 after a customer reported one of the windows in his vehicle had been busted, according to an incident report.
The 33-year-old told police he was inside the gas station when a witness ran inside to tell him someone drove up and busted out a window of his 2005 red Dodge pickup truck before fleeing the area.
"He said he was just in there for a couple of minutes when two witnesses ran into the store and said his passenger side window was just busted out," the incident report reads in part. "[The man] said he returned to his vehicle to discover that the front passenger side window had been broken out. He checked the vehicle and did not notice anything missing."
According to a witness, the suspect vehicle was a gray, four-door sedan that had temporary tags. The witness described the suspect as a black man who "looked to be between 16-18 years of age, was wearing a grey hoodie and a red beanie."
The complainant said he did not know who would have busted his window but did say he had just come from Regions Bank and that it was possible someone saw him walk to his vehicle carrying bank bags.
"[The man] stated he didn't have anything in the truck sitting out that would have been visible to anyone," officer Dan Worley wrote in his report. He was confused, but he thought someone might have watched him walk out of Regions Bank with bank bags in his hands. When he stopped at Dusty's, he thought they just took advantage of it while the could and attempted to get his bags. However, [the man] had hid [the bags] under the seat and they were not taken."
Gamer threatened online
A Conway man reached out to authorities after feeling threatened by comments made to him online by another Xbox Live user.
According to an incident report, a 41-year-old Conway resident went to the police department around 5:45 p.m. Nov. 28 to file a harassment report.
In his statement, the complainant told officer Matthew Tucker that he was playing Xbox Live when another user under the name of "InformedAura698" reached out to him and began sending threatening messages online.
"He stated that during the conversation, InformedAura698 stated that he knew [the complainant]," the incident report reads in part. "[The Conway man] stated that he was not familiar with this user name nor does he have his personal information on X-Box Live."
According to the report, messages sent by InformedAura698 became increasingly more vulgar and threatening, causing the 41-year-old Conway resident to reach out to local authorities and file a harassment report.
Suspicious substance found in apartment
Police were called to a residents on Fourth Avenue after a man said he found what he believed to be drugs inside his brother's apartment.
According to an incident report, a 24-year-old man called authorities shortly after 7 p.m. Nov. 28 after he went to his brother's apartment on Fourth Avenue to pick up some clothes and other items for his brother's children.
"[The complainant] stated that while gathering clothes, he noticed a black and yellow DeWalt bag that had two gallon-sized Ziploc bags with an unknown white powdery substance in them," officer Mike Fuentes wrote in his report. "[The man] brought the bag outside and I took possession of it."
The suspicious powder was tested onsite using a cocaine test kit, but Fuentes "was unable to get an accurate result" on site and has since taken the substance to CPD's evidence room so that it could later be sent to the Arkansas State Crime lab for testing, according to the report.