From Conway Police Department reports
A Middle Road resident contacted police last week after learning her vehicle was vandalized.
According to an incident report, authorities were called out to a residence in the 1600 block of Middle Road shortly after 5 p.m. April 5 regarding the incident.
The 22-year-old complainant showed officer Brandon Huff where an unknown suspect had keyed her car from the front to the back. The woman said the damages to her vehicle were made sometime between 8 p.m. Thursday and 5 p.m. Friday.
According to the report, damages to the woman's 2019 white Kia Sportage were estimated at $1,500.
Disgruntled customer films hotel employee
A Comfort Suites employee called police regarding a disgruntled customer who reportedly was harassing her.
According to an incident report, a 69-year-old employee called the Conway Police Department shortly before 6:30 p.m. April 5 after an angered customer who was denied a refund began videotaping her.
The employee told officer Jonathon Boone that a Vilonia woman called the hotel on April 3 to reserve a room so that she could have a birthday party at the hotel's pool. However, around 5 p.m. on the day in question, the Vilonia woman came to the hotel when she learned the indoor pool "was closed due to repairs."
The employee proceeded to inform the woman she would not have been able to have a birthday party by the pool if it wasn't closed for repair "due to policy of the hotel" when the Vilonia woman "began to yell and scream ... demanding a refund."
According to her statement, the employee told the disgruntled customer she could not issue a refund "due to them not cancelling the room  hours prior."
At this point, the Vilonia woman called the Comfort Suites manager regarding the incident. After receiving the same answer from the manager, the Vilonia woman proceeded to take out her phone and begin filming the complainant, according to the report.
As soon as the employee called authorities, the Vilonia woman "and her children left the area," the report states.
Early-morning break-in reported
A Fairways At Nutters Chapel apartment was reportedly burglarized over the weekend.
The unknown suspect made off with nearly $3,000 worth of the tenant's belongings, according to an incident report.
Authorities were called to the apartment complex just before 4:30 a.m. Saturday after a 32-year-old man came home to find his apartment was ransacked while he was out. The man told officer Liza Prophete he left his apartment around 11 p.m. and returned around 4 a.m. when he learned his home was burglarized.
The suspect broke in through a window at the front of the apartment, according to the report.
"[The victim] stated that his front door was locked and the side window to the living room had been pushed in and the screen popped out," the report reads in part. "He then went back to the parking lot to check on his work truck to make sure it also hadn't been victimized ... as he walked out to the truck, a white passenger vehicle with black rims was driving away."
Of the items taken were two $600 pairs of prescription sunglasses, a bottle of Jack Daniels whiskey, two TVs, a cell phone and its charger, a Winchester rifle, a buck knife, a PlayStation 4, a Taurus pistol, an old cigar box, a Samsung soundbar and $20 worth of food. Altogether, the perpetrator made off with $2,973.70, according to the initial estimate.