From Conway Police Department reports
Vehicle break-in reported at hotel
A Fort Smith woman called police last week after learning her vehicle was burglarized.
The 56-year-old woman was staying at the Comfort Suites on Museum Road when she learned May 22 that her vehicle was broken into during the night, according to an incident report.
The woman said she got to the hotel around 6 p.m. May 21 and received an alert from the bank just after 8 a.m. the next day. The alert notified her that someone attempted to use her debit card at a Shell gas station in North Little Rock. Upon receiving the alert, the woman went out to car and found a window had been pried out.
Conway officer Hannah Fleming responded to the breaking or entering case and noted the complainant's black 2015 Jeep Renegade was in disarray.
"I observed the window, mostly intact, laying on the round," she wrote in her report. "The frame of the window was also damaged. There were red folders laying on the ground like they had been dropped."
The Fort Smith woman reported several missing items including a car charger, Shell rewards card, a backpack containing company documents, three boxes of printer ink and $280 in cash.
At the time of the report, police did not have any suspects in the matter.
Woman held on $30K bond following attack
A Conway woman is facing battery charge after reportedly attacking her 60-year-old boyfriend as he was driving along Donaghey Avenue last week.
According to an incident report, authorities were called to the intersection of Tyler Street and Donaghey Avenue shortly after 10 a.m. May 22 regarding a vehicle that was blocking traffic. Witnesses reported seeing an altercation between the driver and the passenger.
Once officer Austin Clagett pulled up to the scene, he saw a red 2006 Dodge Dakota parked in the middle of the intersection with the driver door open. As he walked up to the vehicle, Clagett could tell the driver was injured, the report states.
"When the male stepped out [of the vehicle], he was bleeding from several different places on his body," the report states. "He had a large bruise on his head near his eye that was bleeding, and both of his arms and hands were cut up and bleeding."
The 60-year-old man told police he was driving his girlfriend, 52-year-old Christye Williams, home from the hospital whens he started attacking him.
The alleged victim said his now-ex-girlfriend began hitting him when he asked if she did not like the song playing on the radio after she turned down the radio. Upon asking if she liked the song, the man said Williams became violent.
"He said that she hit the radio causing the volume knob to break off, and then reached over and hit him in the side of the head," Clagett wrote in his report after speaking with the alleged victim. "[The man] told me that after that, he told her to calm down, and she grabbed the gear snifter and put the vehicle in reverse. He said that he then began pulling his phone out of his pocket to call police, and Williams attempted to remove the keys from the ignition. While doing this, she scratched his arms and hands."
According to the incident report, Williams has a history of domestic violence and has at least two prior battery convictions.
Following the apparent May 22 attack, the 52-year-old woman was charged with first-degree domestic battery, a Class A felony, and one misdemeanor count of refusal to submit to arrest.
Williams is currently behind bars in lieu of a $30,000 bond and is scheduled to appear June 17 in Faulkner County Circuit Court for a plea and arraignment hearing regarding the aforementioned case.