Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Public Intoxication, South Donaghey Avenue.
Conway police arrested a North Little Rock man on Sunday morning for public intoxication after a cab driver said the man was unable to pay his fare.
Officers made contact with the cab driver around 1:50 a.m. near the Sigma Phi Epsilon house on Donaghey Avenue. The driver told officers he made contact with the man, who he believed to be intoxicated, at Bears Den.
The driver said when the vehicle reached the intersection of Donaghey Avenue and Bruce Street, he asked the 23-year-old man where he wanted to go, to which the driver said he responded, "right here."
The driver informed the man fare was $7, however, the man was not able to produce the cash, the driver said. After failing to produce the fare, the driver said the man laid his wallet on the seat and walked off.
The driver pointed officers in the direction of the man, at which point police located him sitting on the front lawn of Sig Ep house.
Officers noted the man could not walk straight, displayed "severe" slurred speech and reeked of alcohol from more than five feet away.
When asked where he lived, the man said "over there," but officers said he would not elaborate on what "over there" meant.
After being unable to further communicate with officers further, the man was taken into custody and transferred to the Faulkner County jail.
•Refusal to submit chemical test, Dave Ward Drive.
A Vilonia man was arrested Saturday night for driving while intoxicated and refusal to submit after officers located him asleep behind the wheel of his vehicle.
Police made contact with the 48-year-old around 7:50 p.m. after observing his vehicle in the turning lane on Exchange Avenue facing Dave Ward Drive.
It took officers several minutes to wake the man from his sleep. Police noted a "light smell" of intoxicants in the man’s vehicle, and observed an open beer in the console.
After accessing the vehicle, officers put the vehicle in park, and took the keys from the ignition.
When asked if he had been drinking, the man responded yes and smiled, the police report states.
The man told officers he was leaving a wedding reception at the Knights of Columbus, and told officer he had at least six drinks before leaving.
After failing a field sobriety test the man was taken into custody and read his rights. Police say the man refused to submit to a chemical test, and when advised he would be charged with the offense, the man stated again he would not submit.
Officers poured what remained of the open beer, and also discovered two "very large" bottles of wine in the vehicle.
•Vehicle breaking or entering, Oak Street.
A pedestrian-involved vehicle accident Saturday resulted in the theft of several items from one Conway woman’s vehicle, according to her account of the incident.
The woman, a Rent-A-Center employee, said the accident, and subsequent theft, occurred when she left her place of employment to deposit money, from the company, at the Bank of America on Harkrider Street.
While northbound on Ingram Street toward the bank, the woman said a black male stepped into the roadway, and in front of her vehicle. The woman said she hit her brakes, but thought she hit the man.
The woman stepped from her vehicle and checked on the man, at which point he informed her that she hit him, the police report states. The woman said no damage was done to her vehicle, but asked the man if he needed medical attention.
"She advised he said no, brushed himself off and went back in the same direction he came from," an officer wrote in the police report.
When the woman returned to her vehicle, she noticed an open door indicator light was on, and also observed her purse, which contained the deposit from her employer, was missing.
Police say the purse also contained the woman’s money and personal items. In all, the stolen property was valued at $1,332.53 in the police report.
•Public intoxication, South Donaghey Avenue.
Conway police arrested a 20-year-old man for public intoxication after receiving complaints of a person in the area knocking on random doors.
Officers made contact with an hispanic male in the 1400 block of South Donaghey Avenue around 3:15 a.m. Saturday, and noted the man had no shirt, his pants were unzipped and falling down, and he had trouble standing.
"(The man) had a strong odor of intoxicants coming from him, and pretended not to speak English," the police report states.
Officers said the man informed him he did not have a name, and did not live anywhere.
"After a few minutes, (the man) remembered that he could speak English, but did not know where he lived," the police report states.
The man was later taken into custody and transferred to the Faulkner County jail.
•Fraudulent use of a credit card, various locations.
Three local residents recently filed reports with the Conway Police Department regarding unauthorized charges to their bank and credit card accounts.
One victim said she noticed several charges on her bank account after two daughters of a "very good friend" stayed with her for about a week.
The victim said the charges were made in Conway, Tennessee, Indiana and Ohio, which is where the girls are from.
A total amount of charges was not given in the report, due to several charges still pending on the account.
Another victim told police she noticed charges of $302.50 and $287.50, both to Conway Corporation, on her latest credit card bill.
The police report stated a possible name for the offender was discovered, however, no arrests were mentioned in the report.
The third victim said his wallet was recently stolen from a locker at a gym where he exercises. The man said his wallet contained more than $100, and multiple credit cards.
The man said he later discovered two separate charges, for $500 and $505, at Best Buy and Target.