From Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office reports
Conway man accused in harassment case
The sheriff’s office received a harassment complaint July 13 after a Conway man reportedly threatened another man on his way home.
According to an incident report, a 21-year-old Conway resident called police shortly after 10:30 a.m. July 13 regarding an incident involving Cory Joseph Muldoon, 31, also of Conway.
The complainant told deputy Robert Hensley he was driving home on the morning in question when Muldoon, who was driving in front of him, “slammed on his brakes” and tried to start a fight. Instead of getting out to fight the suspect, the complainant said he was able to drive around the 31-year-old.
The incident was not the first time Muldoon had harassed the complainant, according to the 21-year-old’s statement. The complainant said Muldoon has threatened him in the past, specifically by saying he “was going to clean house, come in [and] put a bullet in everyone and shoot himself in the shoulder to make it look like self defense.”
Hensley attempted to go talk to Muldoon regarding the allegations against him on July 13. However, the 31-year-old was not home when Hensley stopped by, according to the incident report.
FCSO arrests ‘disorderly’ complainant
A Mayflower woman who called authorities early in the morning July 14 in an attempt to get her husband “in trouble” was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge, according to an incident report.
Sheriff’s deputies were called just after 2 a.m. July 14 to a residence along Valley Estates Loop after a woman claimed her husband “had assaulted her,” the report states.
After calling 911, Natosha Renee Snuggs, 29, allegedly began yelling at dispatchers before hanging up the phone. Soon after she hung up, she called back and “started yelling over the phone again.”
Deputy Brittany Harmon responded to the scene and found the Mayflower woman sitting on her porch. According to the incident report, Snuggs smelled strongly of alcohol as she claimed her husband “ripped her shirt while they were arguing.”
The Mayflower woman told authorities she and her husband had been out drinking earlier in the night and that they began arguing once they got home. According to the report, the woman refused to tell police what she and her husband were arguing about and yelled at police before agreeing to fill out a statement.
While she spoke to Harmon, the 29-year-old said she felt the deputy was judging her. During the conversation between the two, Snuggs “advised [the argument] was never physical.” However, she noted in her written statement that he hit her. When confronted by Harmon about the conflicting statements, Snuggs became upset, the report states.
“After she wrote her statement, I noticed she wrote he had hit her,” Harmon’s report reads in part. “When I asked her about it, she became irritated and advised he never hit her or laid hands on her. Mrs. Snuggs took the statement back and scratched out what she originally wrote saying she was just upset and wanted him to get in trouble.”
Snuggs continued yelling loudly and eventually woke up her father-in-law, who lives next door. When asked to calm down, “she would only get louder.”
Following the incident, authorities charged the Mayflower woman with one count of disorderly conduct. While headed to the jail, the woman Stated multiple times she was going to make [her husband] pay for way had happened tonight,” according to the report.
Vilonia man accused of attacking woman
A Vilonia woman called police July 14 stating she was choked by a man she already has a no contact order against while at a residence on Billy Goat Mountain Road.
The 39-year-old woman called the sheriff’s office shortly before 6:30 a.m. July 14 claiming she went to her home “to pick up some clothes” but that Gregory Duanne Boss was at the residence and quickly became violent.
According to the incident report, the 43-year-old suspect “put her in a chokehold, cutting off her air and held his hand over her mouth.” Once the complainant told him she’d called 911, Boss reportedly “grabbed a knife and ran off int he woods and threatened to hang himself from a tree.”
The complainant “had marks on her chin and neck” following the incident.
Authorities searched through the woods to find Boss and make sure he was OK but were unable to locate him, the report states. Force also confirmed there was an active no contact order issued against Boss.