From Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office reports
Stolen bicycle recovered at park
Authorities located a bicycle at Woolly Hollow State Park that had been reported stolen out of Tennessee.
According to an incident report, park rangers called sheriff’s deputies to the park shortly after 11:30 a.m. July 22 after they recovered a bike they learned was recovered stolen out of Nashville, Tennessee.
Deputy Zachary Cooley met with park rangers and ultimately took the bicycle to the Faulkner County Criminal Investigation Division to store it until he heard back from the Nashville Metro Police Department.
According to the report, deputy Cooley attempted to contact NMPD Detective Coleman Womack but was unable to reach him on the day in question.
Parking lot dancer faces public intox charge
A Conway woman was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication after police received reports that she was dancing outside of a Springhill gas station last week.
Authorities were notified at 8:11 p.m. July 22 that a woman with blonde hair was “dancing in the parking lot with her shirt half off” at the VP Fuels gas station in Springhill, according to an incident report.
Deputy Stephen Canino responded to the scene and soon found the suspect, 47-year-old April Rose Sanders. In his report, Canino noted the Conway woman was “acting extremely abnormal.”
“Ms. Sanders had slurred speech and was unable to form a complete sentence,” Canino’s report reads in part. “Ms. Sanders repeatedly tried to take her shirt off while I was speaking with her.”
When she wasn’t dancing around the parking lot, the 47-year-old woman appeared to have difficulty standing on her own without leaning on Canino’s patrol car, the report states.
Sanders was unable to tell the deputy where she lived when asked and reportedly could not tell him what city she was from.
The Conway woman was ultimately arrested on suspicion of public intoxication and taken to the Faulkner County Detention Center where Canino requested she be held for at least six hours for detoxification, according to the report.
Mayflower woman reports feeling threatened
Police were called to Queens Manor Apartments last week after a woman anonymously told another tenant she needed help.
The woman who called FCSO said a woman with blonde hair who was wearing black shorts and had a bandage on her forearm walked up to her and asked her to call 911. The woman in question said she needed help because she was scared to go back to her apartment, according to the report.
According to the report, authorities received the call at 5:16 p.m. July 23.
Deputy Crystal Graham responded to the scene and began looking for the woman who needed help. Graham did not see anyone in the parking lot that matched the description of the woman in need, so she spoke with the office manager and learned who the woman was.
According to the report, the office manager recalled the 63-year-old woman walking into the office earlier that day because her former roommate was reportedly harassing her.
Graham met with the 63-year-old tenant at her apartment and learned the woman felt scared because her former roommate threatened to “punch her in the eye.”
While the 50-year-old suspect had left, the complainant said she was scared the other woman would return and hurt her.
Graham told the woman how to file charges against the 50-year-old if she wished to do so and also how to obtain a no contact order against the other woman, the report states.