From Conway Police Department reports
Conway man charged with 2 felonies
A Conway man is facing felony drug charges after police reportedly found suspected methamphetamine in his backpack last week.
Officer Haley Hudson was patrolling along Dave Ward Drive shortly before 9:30 p.m. May 13 when she noticed a man riding a bicycle who "quickly turned around" as if he was attempting to hide his face after noticing her vehicle, according to an incident report.
The report also states Hudson made "a motion as if he was tossing something away" before opting to stop and talk to the suspect.
Brac Randall Stacy, 32, denied throwing anything in the bushes and instead told Hudson he was "just hanging out" in the area.
Initially, the 32-year-old told Hudson his name was Brac Stacey and later said his last name might be "Breckeinridge." Police were unable to identify the man based on the names and spellings the suspect provided and subsequently asked the 32-year-old for permission to search his pockets along with his backpack. After getting Stacy's OK, authorities began searching his backpack, where they found containers of suspected methamphetamine in the man's pockets as well as in his backpack.
After authorities found the contraband and conducted a field test kit that showed the substance was methamphetamine, the man gave police his name with the proper spelling. At this point, Conway officers learned Stacy was wanted on an absconder warrant issued by the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.
According to the report, the man's belongings were taken to the Conway Police Department and he was ultimately arrested regarding the active warrant as well as two additional charges: possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Storage unit reports damages
An unknown suspect cut the fence that surrounds a local storage unit, according to a incident report.
A manager at Museum Road Storage called the police department shortly before 1 p.m. May 13 after noticing the fence surrounding the storage units had been cut in several spots.
The woman said she noticed the razor wire was cut on the west and south ends, adding that a hole also had been cut into the fence on the south end. According to the manager, the fence was fully in tact May 12 but showed to be damaged as of 8:30 a.m. May 13.
At the time the report was filed, damages were estimated at $500.
Enraged customer shatters window
A Bigelow man is accused of damaging a local bartender's vehicle.
According to an incident report, authorities were called out to TC's Bar and Grill around 1:50 a.m. May 14 after an employee noticed one of the windows on his vehicle was busted out.
The 26-year-old complainant told police he believed a Bigelow man was responsible for the damage.
According to the report, the 33-year-old suspect began drinking at the bar shortly before 9 p.m. May 13 and left "after several hours of drinking."
The complainant told authorities after the man left TC's around 1:45 a.m. May 14 and proceeded to park his vehicle next to the complainant's, the report states.
Other witnesses also stated they "saw [the suspect] messing with [the complainant's] vehicle at the noted time of the crime."
After the suspect left the parking lot, the complainant said he went to check on his vehicle, which is when he learned one of the windows was shattered.
At the time the report was filed, damages were estimated at $350.