From Conway Police Department reports
Woman says friend injured her leg with coffee table
A Morrilton woman filed a battery report last week after a friend reportedly pushed a coffee table into one of her legs.
According to an incident report, the 57-year-old woman called police shortly before 10 p.m. Jan. 3 to report the incident that occurred around 5 p.m. the day before, stating the injury was beginning to swell.
In her statement, she said she was staying with a friend for about a week and "made it known" she and the man "have never been in a relationship and were just friends."
On Jan. 2, the woman said 61-year-old Rickey Dean Lowery "had taken a lot of pills and became angry."
After taking the pills, the woman said Lowery "pushed a coffee table into her right leg" and that "her leg was [now] swollen from the coffee table being pushed into her leg."
Officer Matthew Tucker informed the woman of how to file charges against Lowery and told her the incident number associated with the battery report.
Teens argue over girl, 1 threatens to shoot the other
A Conway teen called police stating he felt threatened when another 16-year-old said he would shoot him over a girl they both had been dating.
According to an incident report, the 16-year-old complainant called police shortly before 8 p.m. Jan. 4 stating he "has had on going issues with [the suspect] since Yew Years."
The teen said tensions between the two began to rise when they began dating the same girl. At first, the suspect threatened to fight the complainant. However, the complainant said the matter escalated when the suspect threatened to shoot him.
According to the complainant, the suspect teen "has access to guns and has taken videos with them" and has "also threatened him in the past."
Elm Street resident's home burglarized
An Elm Street resident called police last week after coming home early in the morning to find her home was broken into.
Conway police were called just before 1 a.m. Jan. 4 to a residence in the 1300 block of Elm Street after a 30-year-old woman said her home was burglarized.
Officer Katie Riegel arrived at the home soon after to find the glass of one of the exterior doors was busted out.
The complainant told Riegel she left her home around 4:15 p.m. and returned shorty before 1 a.m. to find her home was burglarized while she was out. After noticing the glass on the door was shattered, the woman said she and her boyfriend "checked the house to see if anyone was in it, then contacted the police department," according to the report.
Of the items taken from the home were a pair of black and yellow Addidas shoes, a prescription for Subetex and $80 that were all located in the kitchen.
According to the report, the suspect also knocked down and shattered a 25-inch Element TV. Authorities were unable to get fingerprints off the TV "due to not finding a surface for fingerprints to be left."
Police took photos of damage to the door as well as the TV as evidence in the case, and officers were ordered to send extra patrol through the area in the coming weeks, the report states.