From Faulkner County Sheriff's Office reports

Burglary reported at Langley Trail residence

A Langley Trail resident called the sheriff's office after learning her home was burglarized in late March.

The 26-year-old complainant told authorities on March 29 that she came home shortly before 9:30 a.m. and noticed several items were missing, according to an incident report.

The woman "stated she stayed away from the residence the night prior and returned home to the door being still locked but her washer and dryer were missing [as well as] two pit bull dogs," deputy Zachary Cooley wrote in his report after speaking to the woman.

The woman did not have any suspects in mind at the time she filed her complaint, the report states.

Woman says gun was stolen 2 years ago

A Conway woman recently reported a firearm theft that reportedly occurred two years ago.

According to an incident report, deputy Baylee Barden received a call from a woman who lives on Majestic Valley Drive on March 29 regarding a firearm that she believed to be stolen.


The 27-year-old complainant said she won a Remington Bold Action 30-06 in a raffle but that it had since been stolen, the report states. The woman told Barden she believes the gun was stolen sometime in 2017 but did not know exactly when in 2017 it went missing, according to her statement.

Upon receiving the serial number for the firearm in question, Barden flagged it as stolen in the Arkansas Crime Information Center.

Police find woman's son

Faulkner County Sheriff's Office deputies were alerted of a possible missing man on March 29 and were quickly able to locate the man in question, according to a report.

According to the report, a Quitman woman contacted the sheriff's office shortly before 3:30 p.m. March 29 stating her son was last seen walking down Ashberry Cove around 2 a.m., noting he was intoxicated when she last saw him.

The 44-year-old woman said her son "had [gotten] into an argument with his girlfriend" when he left their home early that morning, according to deputy Richard McKay's report. The woman said it was "out of the ordinary for him to be gone this long with no contact" and believed he was missing.

McKay soon located the woman's son at a residence on New Home Road. The man in question told McKay he needed time to cool off and that he would call his mother later, the report states.

McKay immediately called the 26-year-old's mother to let her know her son was OK, according to the report.

Husband arrested on assault charges

A 54-year-old man was arrested March 29 following a domestic disturbance at a Crooked Creek residence.

According to an incident report, sheriff's deputies were called to a home in the 50 block of Crooked Creek residence after a woman said her husband was throwing things at the home. The woman said her husband had been drinking all day, was acting aggressive and that she and her son had locked themselves in a bedroom for fear of what the suspect would do, the report states.

Once on scene, police spoke to the suspect, who claimed he and his wife both had been drinking that day and that the altercation never became physical. The 54-year-old man reportedly said he and his wife "got into a verbal dispute when he became angry and kicked a can off the porch," according do deputy Richard McKay's report.

After speaking with the alleged victim, authorities learned she had video evidence of her husband threatening her.

In the recording, police said they could hear the woman's husband saying, "Law enforcement doesn't know how to kill, I'll show them how to kill" and that she was "a dead [expletive]."

The woman told authorities on scene the "she was scared for her life and the life of her child," according to the report.

Online records show that the suspect was arrested on scene and charged with second-degree assault on the night in question. The 54-year-old is currently scheduled to appear in district court on May 6 for a plea and arraignment hearing regarding the allegations. A no contact order was also issued against the 54-year-old, according to the report.