From Conway Police Department reports

West Lake staff accused of harassment

A West Lake Apartments tenant told police Monday that employees at the apartment complex have harassed her since November and now have made threats to kill her.

The 46-year-old woman said the harassment began in November after she denied giving one of the employees food.

According to her statement, the woman first met the suspect in the front office when the employee “asked for food and other similar favors.” The 26-year-old allegedly began insulting and cursing at the complainant after the woman denied giving her food on several separate occasions.

Since then, the 26-year-old suspect along with two other employees have begun “to threaten her after she refused to buy [the suspect] food and expensive perfume,” according to an incident report.

Officer Colton Thomas noted in his report that the complainant “gave very little information and was not very forthcoming” regarding the details of the harassment and alleged threats. The woman also claimed the suspect “told her she would evict her from her residence if she did not buy her what she wanted,” the report states.

The complainant told authorities she does not feel safe at her home and that the harassment is affecting her health. She also gave officer Thomas a copy of the letter she sent to the Better Business Bureau regarding the allegations against the West Lake Apartments staff.

Woman finds meth by ATM

A Conway woman reportedly found methamphetamine by an ATM on Tuesday.

The 39-year-old woman took the contraband to the police department shortly after 6 a.m. Tuesday, saying she found the suspicious bag near the Arrest Bank ATM on Oak Street.

Officer Hayden D. King said he immediately recognized the substance as methamphetamine. There was also a pipe with the contraband, according to the incident report.

King collected the contraband and took it to the evidence room “to be destroyed” since there were no known suspects, the report states.

Couple reports vehicle break in

A couple living in the Oakwood Village trailer Park reported their vehicle was burglarized earlier this week.

According to an incident report, the couple called police around 7:20 a.m. Tuesday after noticing someone broke into their brown 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer, making off with $30 in cash, a WIC card, a debit card and their children’s social security cards.

The report also states that $5 in change was taken from the vehicle.

“The Barkers stated they saw no signs of forced entry and neither did I,” officer Steven J. Spurgers wrote in his report. “All windows to the vehicle were intact and I dd not observe any scuffs/scratches to the vehicle’s windows/locks.”

The couple said they remembered locking the vehicle the night prior. However, it was possible the key fob did not work properly.