From Faulkner County Sheriff's Office reports
FCSO receives harassment complaint
A Conway man filed a harassment report against his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend last week after the couple allegedly hacked his social media accounts.
According to an incident report, the 23-year-old Conway man contacted the sheriff's office on April 8 saying his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend hacked into his Facebook account and began "contacting everyone on his social media page."
The complainant said the Vilonia woman and Maumelle man had sent messages and also called those on his friends list "telling people how bad of a father he is and causing people to not like him."
The man also said the couple in question have made statements online that accused him of being a "dead beat dad" and said he wanted the harassment to stop, the report states.
Deputy Charles Wilks gave the complainant the incident number associated with the harassment report and told him how to file charges against the couple if he wished to do so.
Man reports fight, arrested for warrant
A 27-year-old man was arrested last week after alerting police of a fight due to an outstanding warrant issued against him, according to an incident report.
Faulkner County deputy David Ross was called out around 7:30 a.m. on April 8 regarding a fight in the Lawrence Landing Apartments parking lot, according to a report.
Juan Carlos Quiroz said he and a friend went to "hang out" with a woman who lives at the apartment complex when a friend of his got into a fight with a man who was at the woman's apartment, according to his statement.
According to the report, Quiroz claimed he did not know the name of the friend who was with him but said "the two unknown males got into a fist fight in the parking long [and] one had blood all over his face and ran into the woods."
The woman who lives at the apartments said Quiroz was her ex-boyfriend and that she kicked him out of her apartment the night before the alleged incident occurred. She also claimed she was at the residence by herself and "knew nothing [and] that she was there by herself." However, soon after, she admitted "there was a fight in the parking lot but she knew nothing about anyone being hurt," according to the report.
At this point, Quiroz reportedly told authorities the fight occurred the night before and claimed not to know any information regarding who the men involved in the fight were. According to the report, Quiroz was ultimately arrested after reporting that a fight occurred because of an outstanding warrant issued against him by the Judsonia Police Department.
LR woman accused of breaking apartment window
A Little Rock woman is accused of busting a Queens Manor resident's window earlier this month.
According to an incident report, a 19-year-old who lives at the Queens Manor Apartments in Mayflower called the sheriff's office on April 6 because she believed a Little Rock woman busted out one of the windows at her apartment.
According to the 19-year-old's statement, another teen stopped by her apartment asking about a cell phone while holding a rock in one of her hands on the day in question. When the complainant told the suspect she did not have her cell phone, she left her home and returned to find the back window of her apartment was shattered, according to the report.
Deputy Caleb Reed questioned the Little Rock woman accused in the matter about the incident and she claimed she did not break the window. The Little Rock woman reportedly told Reed she was at the Mayflower woman's apartment the night before, adding that she left her phone at the apartment after meeting the Mayflower woman's boyfriend at the apartment "for sex." The Little Rock woman also claimed the other woman's boyfriend "physically abused her the same night," according to her statement.
Reed gave the complainant a copy of the report after speaking to both women and explained how she could file charges against the Little Rock woman regarding the broken window if she wished to do so.