From Faulkner County Sheriff's Office reports

Vilonia residence burglarized

A Vilonia couple called police Monday afternoon when they came home to find their home along Highway 319 was burglarized while they were out running errands.

According to an incident report, the Faulkner County Sheriff's Office was called to a home in the 250 block of Highway 319 East regarding a burglary.

The homeowners had left their residence around 8 a.m. Monday to go to a doctor's appointment. When the two returned around 12:30 p.m., they found their front door had been pried open and their home was in disarray, the report states.

When deputy David Ross arrived on scene, he found damage to the door jamb, where the front door had been "pried on and kicked in."

"The Everly home was ransacked, drawers [were] opened and [a] mattress flipped over," according to the report.

Potential charges if a suspect is identified in the case include residential burglary and second-degree criminal mischief.

Storage unit theft leaves man without motorcycle

A motorcycle was reportedly stolen from Highway 64 Storage Solutions.

Sheriff's deputies were called out tot he storage units along Highway 64 shortly before 2:30 p.m. Monday after a Conway resident found his motorcycle was missing, according to an incident report.

The complainant told deputy Charles Wilks he'd been by his storage unit on March 9 and "noticed that some items in his unit [were] knocked over but did not realize that his motorcycle was missing until today [Monday]."

The motorcycle in question is a Harley Davidson motorcycle, the report states.

According to the report, the 61-year-old man planned to go for a ride Monday and had not actually seen the motorcycle in "over a month" because it has been in storage.

The bike has since been flagged as stolen in the national and Arkansas crime information centers.

FCSO responds to domestic disturbance, suspect flees

Authorities were called to a Greenbrier home Monday evening after a 22-year-old man reportedly attacked his girlfriend.

The alleged victim told sheriff's deputies she and Caleb Austin McGinty "had [an] argument over her going to visit her friends" when he attacked her, according to an incident report.

The 18-year-old told deputy Terry Roper that McGinty grabbed her by the hair and drug her down a hallway and that after fighting off McGinty she was able to briefly escape and call 911, the report states.

Soon after she called 911, McGinty "took the phone and broke it."

Roper noted the teen "had red marks on her face and arms" following the incident.

According to the report, when authorities arrived on scene, the 22-year-old suspect fled through a field.

Online records show McGinty has not yet been arrested following the incident. According to the report, authorities took photos of the alleged victim's injuries as well as photos of the damaged phone as evidence in the case.

Resident reports identity theft

An unknown suspect reportedly stole a Faulkner County woman's identity to activate an account with Verizon Wireless.

Records show a 31-year-old woman contacted the sheriff's office shortly before 7:30 p.m. Monday after learning someone opened an account with Verizon Wireless using her name and social security number, according to an incident report.

The woman said she was suspicious when she received a bill because "she does not use that cell phone provider" and called the company to learn more about the bill issued under her name. Verizon representatives "informed her that a cell phone was activated in her name through their website and another phone was also activated inside one of their stores," the report states.

Deputy Charles Wilks provided the woman with the incident number associated with the case so that she could give Verizon Wireless representatives the incident report and have the issue resolved.