From Conway Police Department reports
2 arrested following traffic stop
Two Greenbrier residents were arrested on drug charges early Tuesday morning following a traffic stop on Museum Road.
According to an incident report, officer Joey Zulpo pulled over a blue Chevrolet pickup truck shortly after 12:30 a.m. Tuesday because it had a blue light over the license plate.
Zulpo soon learned the driver, 24-year-old Jordan Royce Short, and the passenger, 35-year-old Carmon McKenzie Snowden, had been arrested multiple times in the past on drug-related charges. After learning about the previous drug arrests, Zulpo asked Short for permission to search the vehicle.
According to the report, Short initially gave police the OK to search his truck. However, he soon changed his mind because "he didn't want his speaker box torn apart."
Authorities searched Snowden because she showed to be on probation with an active search waiver on file. As officers began searching her, they learned the Greenbrier woman was hiding three syringes in her pants. The syringes were hidden near "her crouch area."
Police also found a bag of methamphetamine in the center console as well as a digital scale with residue on it inside the Short's speaker, according to the report.
Short and Snowden were both arrested on scene and face drug charges following the traffic stop.
Woman reports harassing phone call
A local woman filed a harassment report against a Jacksonville man who reportedly called her and threatened to shoot anyone else she invited over to her home.
According to an incident report, the 33-year-old woman filed the report around 2:15 p.m. Tuesday after the suspect called her and made threatening comments about shooting anyone at her apartment that was not her.
The suspect reportedly called the woman and first asked her to bring him lunch. When she told him no, he proceeded to ask her "to have sex," the report states.
"He then told her that he had been coming by her house and she had not been there," according to the woman's statement.
After telling the Jacksonville man never to stop by her home, he reportedly said he would "come by whenever he wants and whoever answers the door besides her is going to get shot."
Motorist throws beer bottle at cyclist
A Conway man was riding his bicycle along Hogan Lane on Tuesday when an unnamed suspect reportedly threw a beer bottle at him.
According to an incident report, the 48-year-old complainant was riding along Hogan Lane around 6 p.m. Tuesday when suddenly he was struck by a beer bottle.
The man described the suspect vehicle as a dark blue sedan but he was unable to get the license plate number, according to the report.
As he detailed the incident, he "advised he was hit with the beer bottle between his shoulder blades" and that the suspect was "a white male wearing a ball cap."