From Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office reports

Resident reports break-in

An Enola woman suspects one of her neighbors has been breaking into a shed on her property.

According to an incident report, sheriff’s deputies were called to a residence along Matthews Road in Enola around 2:30 p.m. July 24 regarding a possible breaking or entering.

The 64-year-old victim told deputy Kenneth Hollis she has been moving items off the property but “has had trouble with someone entering her storage shed and stealing items” during the process. The break-ins began around June 1, according to the woman’s statement.

When she noticed the front door to the shed had been tampered with, the woman said she added 5-inch screws to keep it in place. However, on July 24, the woman said she learned “the metal siding had been pulled back to allow access [into] the shed.”

The woman said “numerous small items were missing” as well as a 4-foot wooden bench and a furniture dolly. The 64-year-old said she did not have any proof but believes one of her neighbors is responsible.

Suspicious vehicle left along wood line

A man who lives along Highway 65 called police after finding an abandoned vehicle near his property in late-July.

Deputy Michael Lee responded to the scene shortly after 2:30 p.m. July 24 and soon found the vehicle in question, noting it “obviously left Lyons Lane just south of the residence and traveled through the wood line, causing it to get stuck on top of debris.”

According to the incident report, it appeared the drive “had possible left the RAB Bar on the hill south of the location and ran off the hillside possibly intoxicated.”

According to the report, no one was inside of or near the vehicle, which had a flat tire on the front driver side. The report also states the key was left in the vehicle.

While there was “significant damage” on the vehicle’s front bumper, it was unclear if damages occurred before or after the incident in question. The vehicle was ultimately towed off the complainant’s property and taken to Steve’s Towing and Recovery, according to the report.

Cheyenne Trail home burglarized

A residence near the Faulkner-Pulaski County line was burglarized on July 24.

Authorities were called around 6:15 p.m. July 24 to a residence along Cheyenne Trail after the residents learned their home was burglarized sometime between 6:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on the day in question.

The complainants told authorities the suspects broke into the home through a sliding glass door and stole several items including firearms, a personal safe, a grill, a gold ring and a pair of camouflage ear muffs.

One of the residents told deputy Crystil Graham she received an odd text message around 11:10 a.m. that day from a woman who called herself “Ziggy." The woman asked if the complainants still lived at the Cheyenne Trail home because she was interested in buying the house. The Cheyenne Trail resident said she was unsure if the incidents were related, “but was concerned about it,” the report states.

Report requested

A Conway man filed a report after learning a Cabot man attempted to go inside his home while he was away.

According to an incident report, the Cabot man stopped by a Crappie Lane residence on July 24 to pick up his brother’s vehicle. The complainant said he was OK with the 72-year-old man stopping buy to pick up the vehicle but was upset when he learned the man attempted to go inside his home while he was at work.

The complainant told authorities he knew the 72-year-old tried to get inside because he uses a screwdriver to hold shut the storm door latch leading up to his front door but the storm door “was open and the screwdriver was on the ground when he arrived home from work,” the report states.

While he did not believe the Cabot mad “got into his house,” the complainant said he wanted to document the incident in case he later learned something was missing.