From Conway Police Department reports
Conway man arrested at bar
A Conway man was jailed last week after reportedly punching another man at a local bar.
According to an incident report, police and paramedics were called to TC's Midtown Grill shortly before 1 a.m. Nov. 30 regarding a man who had been drinking and had "supposedly taking other medications."
When officer Mike Fuentes arrived on scene, the suspect, 46-year-old Jeffery A. Perry, was laying on the ground and smelled strongly of alcohol. Fuentes also noted in his report that two men were by Perry and were "trying to keep Perry calm."
Perry told police he drank "four or five beers and [three] shots of whiskey" that night, and shortly after paramedics cleared him, he reportedly began threatening the two men who were trying to help him before authorities arrived on scene.
"Fire department personnel advised that Perry's vitals were fine," the incident report reads in part. "We [then] stood Perry up and he stated 'I'm going to leave, but I'm coming back and going to whip their [explicit], pointing at [the two men].'"
After announcing he planned to come back and harm the the two men, the 46-year-old reportedly elbowed one of the two men in the face, according to the incident report.
After hitting one of the men in the face, Perry was ultimately arrested on scene and charged with public intoxication, third-degree battery and second-degree terroristic threatening.
Early morning scare on Robins Street
A Robins Street resident called police after she heard a loud crash and found one of her windows had been busted out early in the morning last weekend.
According to an incident report, a 21-year-old woman who lives in the Stonegate apartments called police around 4:45 a.m. Nov. 30 after "she heard a crashing noise outside of her front door" as well as "the voices of two different men."
After hearing noises and voices outside, the woman told officer Keith Whitley she walked out onto her front porch, which is when she found the front window of her apartment had been broken.
The woman said she did not see anyone outside her apartment, but did find that the driver side front head lamp of her vehicle had also been broken during the incident, according to the report.
The woman told officer Whitley she suspects her ex-boyfriend could be responsible for the damages.
"She has been going through a nasty break up with her ex-boyfriend and believes this is connected to the break up," the incident report reads in part.
According to the report, damages were estimated at $250.
Woman calls 911 after ex-boyfriend breaks into apartment, hits her
A Plaza Pointe tenant called police last week after he ex-boyfriend reportedly broke into her apartment and punched her.
Police were called to the apartment complex after the 19-year-old woman called 911. Dispatchers told officer Lois Spencer that they could hear a woman screaming in the background, but were unable to get the woman to answer any of their questions.
Once at the apartments, officer Spencer quickly found the apartment in question.
"I arrived at the residence and noticed the door was not completely shut and it had been kicked in," Spencer wrote in her report. "I noticed the [woman's] left eye was red and already starting to swell up. Also, her upper lip had a small cut on it."
After speaking with the alleged victim, officer Spencer learned the woman's ex-boyfriend broke into the apartment. The woman was hesitant to give police her ex-boyfriend's name and said she did not want to press charges against the 24-year-old and that "he would stay away now that she called police."
According to the report, authorities issued a BOLO for the woman's boyfriend following the incident.