From Faulkner County Sheriff's Office reports

Conway man reports suspicious package

Authorities took a suspicious package to the sheriff's office Monday afternoon after an Acklin Gap resident reported the strange box.

According to an incident report, deputy Baylee Barden was called to a residence in the 650 block of Acklin Gap Road shortly after 1:30 p.m. Monday regarding the suspicious package.

The homeowner told Barden he was concerned the package contained "drug-related items" because it had his brother's name on it. According to the man's statement, his brother, who hasn't lived at the address in question since November, has ordered suspicious packages in the past.

According to the report, the man recalled his brother previously ordering a package containing "Hawaiian Baby Woodrose seeds," which are a psychedelic.

Upon the complainant's request, Barden took the package to the sheriff's office and placed it in the evidence room for safekeeping, the report states.

Woman stalked by ex-fiance

A Guy resident called the sheriff's office Wednesday morning regarding a possible harassment issue involving her ex-fiance.

Authorities spoke with the complainant via phone shortly before 10 a.m. Wednesday and learned the woman's ex-fiance had possibly bugged her computer, according to an incident report.

The 48-year-old woman told deputy David Ross that she and her ex-fiance split up about a year ago but that she believes he hacked her computer and has been stalking her.

The 38-year-old suspect reportedly hacked the woman's phone and began tracking it about a year ago, forcing the complainant to get a new phone, the woman said. The woman told authorities Wednesday morning that she has since "found an app on her computer [where the suspect] is hacking into her computer and can see everything she is doing."

The woman also told deputy Ross the constant harassment and stalking "is causing her stress" and that she has since sought counseling.

Ross gave the complainant the incident number associated with the report following Wednesday's incident and told the woman how to file misdemeanor charges against her ex-fiance, according to the report.

Quitman resident reportedly stabbed during struggle with wife

A Quitman man fled to the Metropolitan Emergency Medical Services substation on Brannon Road after his wife reportedly stabbed him Wednesday evening.

The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office was called to the MEMS substation on Brannon Road around 6 p.m. Wednesday after the 22-year-old man showed up seeking help from paramedics, according to an incident report.

The 22-year-old told police his 21-year-old wife kicked him out of their home earlier that evening. As he was gathering his belongings, the suspect locked the 22-year-old out of their Highway 225 East residence. After he found out he'd been locked out, the alleged victim said he proceeded to kick in the couple's front door when his wife "stabbed him in the lower left side."

When he showed up at the MEMS substation, paramedics immediately told the man he needed medical help and that he would need stitches, the report states.

Deputy Terry Roper noted in his report that while the 22-year-old "stated multiple times he did not want to press charges," authorities began searching for the man's wife.

Sheriff's deputies learned later that night that the victim's wife was admitted into the labor and delivery department at the Conway Regional Medical Center following the incident, according to the report. The woman was released from the hospital shortly after 10:30 p.m., and she was subsequently questioned about the alleged stabbing.

The woman told police she believes her husband was accidentally stabbed, adding that soon after he kicked in the front door at their home, she tried to hug him but he instead pushed her away. The woman said the knife was in the 22-year-old's pocket throughout the entire incident and believes "the motion" of him pushing her away "is what caused the injury," according to her statement.

After questioning the woman about the incident, authorities drove her back to her vehicle and also asked the 22-year-old to contact the sheriff's office upon his release from the hospital so they could gather more information about the incident, the report states.

According to the report, the 22-year-old underwent surgery following the stabbing.