From Conway Police Department reports

Man sleeping in front of bakery charged with public intox

A Sherwood man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication early Thursday morning.

According to an incident report, authorities were asked to check on a man who was sleeping in front of Julie's Sweet Shoppe and Bakery around 4 a.m. Thursday.

Officers said it "took several moments to even get an audible response" from the man, who was wrapped up in a blanket in front of the bakery. The man did not acknowledge the officers until they pulled the blanket off of him, the report states.

When asked for his ID, the Sherwood man said he did not know where his wallet was. However, officers saw it sticking out of his back pocket, the report states. Once he grabbed his wallet, 37-year-old Christopher A. Savoy began searching for his ID until officers asked him to hand over the wallet because they could see his ID "in the clear inside pouch" of the wallet.

At this point, the report states Savoy began to fall asleep again. As he stood next to the officers, Savoy bent over "and kept closing his eyes," according to the report. Officers also noted the 37-year-old's breath smelled strongly of alcohol.

When asked what month it was, the Sherwood man said it "was the sixth month" but was "unable to tell me the name of the month, officer Brandon Huff wrote in his report.

"Due to Savoy's odor of intoxicants and inability to make complete thoughts and statements, and is inability to even stand on his own [I] felt he was a danger to himself, especially [because of] our close proximity to [a] major highway and morning rush hour traffic picking up in [a] short time," the report states.

License plate theft

A Newark man called police Thursday afternoon after noticing his license plate had been stolen.

The 40-year-old man told police he believes the license plate was taken sometime between 8 a.m. and noon, according to an incident report.

The man said the license plate was on his vehicle when he went inside the Kroger on Salem road at 8 a.m. However, when he left the store at noon, he noticed the plate was missing.

Woman upset after neighbor walks into her yard

An Oakwood Village resident filed a complaint against her neighbor Thursday because she was upset the other woman was in her yard.

According to an incident report, the 28-year-old complainant called police just before 9 p.m. Thursday because a neighbor "continues to trespass onto her property."

The report also states the alleged suspect already has been banned from the complainant's property. Officer Michael V. Johnson went to the neighbor's house to remind her of the trespass citation against her but did not arrest her because he "did not witness her trespassing," the report states.

Prior to leaving the area, Johnson told the complainant how to file charges against her neighbor if she wished to do so.