From Faulkner County Sheriff's Office reports
Daughter suspected of stealing vehicle title
A 27-year-old Conway woman is suspected of stealing a vehicle title and several pieces of jewelry from her mother.
According to an incident report, a Pickles Gap resident called the sheriff's office last week, stating she believes her daughter plans to steal her maroon 2002 Pontiac minivan.
In her March 5 statement, the complainant told deputy Brian Kesterson that she has noticed some of her belongings have gone missing, including the title to her minivan. The woman, who said her two daughters are "known to abuse drugs," said she suspected Amber Cook was responsible for stealing the title to her minivan.
According to the report, Cook asked her mother if she could borrow the minivan on March 2. When her mother refused to let her use the vehicle, she reportedly "went into her [mother's] purse and stole the title to the minivan."
The complainant told deputy Kesterson she has since confronted her daughter about the stolen title but Cook refuses to hand it back over. Now, she is "afraid Amber may attempt to steal and sell the minivan with the title," adding that she also believes Cook "has stolen several different pieces of jewelry to use for payment of drugs."
According to the incident report, Cook is suspected of stealing $775 worth of jewelry from her mother.
Following the report, Kesterson advised the woman "to take all precautions to protect the rest of any valuables in her residence," gave her the report number associated with case and explained how she could file charges against her daughter.
Ex-boyfriend suspected in vandalism
A Conway resident is suspected of vandalizing his ex-girlfriend's home.
According to an incident report, a Beechwood Drive resident called the sheriff's office shortly before 6:30 p.m. Wednesday after learning her internet cable wires had been cut.
The complainant told authorities that 34-year-old Jeffery D. Williams, who is her ex-boyfriend, cut the wires. She said she believes Williams cut the wires because the 34-year-old was upset after seeing a vehicle parked outside her home.
Deputy Michael Lee gave the woman the report number associated with the case and also how to file charges and obtain a no contact order against Williams if she wished to do so.
Deputy declines man's arrest request, calls paramedics 'to get the help he needed'
The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office was called twice Wednesday night regarding a suspicious man who was walking along the road near the rock quarry on East Republican Road in Greenbrier.
The first call came in around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday regarding a man who was walking in the roadway. By the time deputies made it to the area, they were unable to find the man in question but did locate some clothes — sweat pants, two shirts and two socks — near the Rodgers' Group rock quarry, according to an incident report.
Deputy Chad Pruett proceeded to search the area and other surrounding streets after finding the pile of clothes but did not find anyone, the report states.
About 30 minutes later, authorities were notified that "a naked man" was at a residence on North Cadron Drive. Authorities soon learned the second call was from the man's mother, who was concerned for the 24-year-old's well being and believed "he may be on drugs."
The suspect "was naked and watching TV" as Pruett walked into his bedroom to speak with him regarding the calls to authorities that night. Pruett noted the man "appeared to be slightly intoxicated, but had full function of his motor skills and his pupils were reactive to light and appeared normal."
The 24-year-old reportedly told deputy Pruett to arrest him, stating "he needed some help and wanted to go to jail."
Pruett told the man he had no reason to arrest him but said he could call paramedics and see about getting him medical help. According to the report, the 24-year-old complied and was ultimately taken by ambulance to the Baptist Health Medical Center in Conway.