From Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office reports

Vehicle vandalized at Mayflower apartments

An unknown suspect reportedly busted the windows out of a Mayflower woman’s vehicle last week.

According to an incident report, a 59-year-old Mayflower woman called the sheriff’s office around 7:50 a.m. June 12 after noticing her vehicle had been vandalized.

The Grassy Lake Apartments tenant told deputy Baylee Barden she first noticed the damages around 7:25 a.m.

The woman said she walked out her front door when “she had noticed someone had thrown a rock and busted the back glass in her car and also a side window.”

She was unsure of who could be responsible for the damages, which were estimated at $600 at the time the report was filed.

According to deputy Barden’s report, the vehicle had expired Missouri tags and its registration information was not up to date.

“[I’m] unsure if [the] vehicle is in operating condition,” she wrote in her report after learning the tags were expired and that the vehicle was not registered.

Husband head butts wife

A Greenbrier woman called police last week after her husband allegedly head butted her.

Sheriff’s deputies were called around 10 a.m. June 13 to a residence along Sawrie Road, just outside of Greenbrier, regarding a domestic dispute between a local couple.

The 25-year-old woman who called police said her husband began acting aggressive after she asked him about a trailer.

According to her statement, she was sitting in her vehicle when her husband pulled up in the driveway on the morning in question. After she got out and headed toward the house, her 30-year-old husband “started getting things out of her car.” As he grabbed items from her car, the woman said she proceeded to ask him were her dad’s trailer was when he “got upset and head butted her.”

Upon head butting her, the woman’s husband grabbed. Hammer “and busted the taillights out of her car,” she said.

According to the report, authorities were unable to file charges on the woman’s husband regarding damages to the vehicle because the car was “registered to both parties.”

Prior to leaving the scene, deputy Baylee Barden gave the woman the incident number associated with he report and also explained how she could file a protection order against her husband if she wished to do so, the report states.

Conway woman calls in false report

The Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office was called to a Jones Lane residence from a woman who claimed she could hear screaming inside the home as well as a child crying.

The complainant told police she drove by the residence and could hear a woman yelling as well as a man saying “you’re a felon and you’re not supposed to be here” all while a “small child [was] crying.”

Once authorities arrived on scene, it “was very clear” the individuals inside the home “had just woken up,” according to the incident report.

The couple was unsure why police were on scene and said they believed the man’s ex-wife made up the incident and called FCSO. According to the report, the man told deputy Baylee Barden “that sounds exactly like something she would do.”

While at the home talking with the residents about the complaint, a neighbor reportedly walked up and said they saw a black car stop by the couple’s mailbox. The couple said this was most likely the 36-year-old ex-wife, because she drives a black Chrysler 200. Barden also learned the woman who lives at the residence in question has an active protection order against the ex-wife, who allegedly called police.