From Faulkner County Sheriff's Office reports
FCSO responds to Rocky Road incident
Authorities were called out to a residence on Rock Road early in the morning on May 24 after the homeowners learned their property was vandalized.
According to an incident report, deputy Steve Sumner received a criminal mischief complaint shortly before 5:30 a.m. from a 57-year-old Greenbrier man who said a window at his residence was busted out.
The complainant also said two of his father's truck tires were slashed.
The suspect in the case busted out the bedroom window by throwing a wrench through it, according to the report. The report also states the complainant suspects a 25-year-old Conway man is responsible for the damages.
The complainant told authorities he suspected Donald William Cooper was responsible for the damages because he "showed up at the house demanding to speak with someone" around 2 a.m. on the morning in question. The complainant told the man to leave, noting he was at the residence to question a woman about a blue vehicle parked in the yard.
The woman in question was the suspect's ex-girlfriend, according to the report, and the suspect allegedly "was upset about [her] car being there."
Hours later, the homeowner woke up to find a bedroom window at the Rocky Road home was shattered and two truck tires were slashed. Damages were estimated at $600 at the time the report was filed.
Woman asks for help getting vehicle back
A Mayflower woman called the sheriff's office on May 24 after her son's girlfriend allegedly refused to return her vehicle.
The 40-year-old woman told police she was going to sell the gray 2011 Dodge Challenger to her son; however, he had not made any payments on it. The alleged agreement was made May 19, according to the complainant's statement.
Later on, the complainant saw her son's girlfriend, 19-year-old Emaya Erionna Kilgore, in the vehicle outside her residence. Kilgore reportedly told the complainant at this time that she would drop her boyfriend off at rehab and then return the vehicle but never came back.
The complainant said her son's girlfriend has since blocked her phone number so she is unable to call her about the incident, according to the report. After speaking with the complainant, deputy Crystil Graham reached out to the suspect and asked her to return the vehicle in question. Kilgore told Graham on May 24 that she was at work at the time but would get off for the day at 7:30 p.m. and then would return the vehicle, according to the report.
FCSO also issued a BOLO (Be On the Lookout) for the vehicle so that other surrounding agencies would keep an eye out for the complainant's vehicle, the report states.
Suspicious vehicle alarms couple
A suspicious vehicle reportedly drove along Charles Street multiple times on Wednesday.
According to an incident report, a Conway couple called police shortly before 9:30 p.m. Wednesday after noticing a maroon, single-cab pickup truck appeared to be "casing the area."
The couple noticed two individuals in the vehicle, adding that the suspects stopped by their residence around 5 p.m. that day "saying they were looking for a lost dog."
One of the complainants told police that she and her husband did not believe the suspects were looking for a lost dog because "they were acting odd by not wanting to fully answer questions she was asking," according to the report.
The couple also said they've had items stolen off their property in the past and asked for extra patrol in the neighborhood.
Deputy Brittany Harmon notified other deputies of the incident, the report states.