•Package search warrant, E.W. Martin Drive.

Conway police discovered approximately three pounds of suspected marijuana after responding to reports of a suspicious package at the FedEx at 1400 E.W. Martin Drive on Wednesday.

Police said a K-9 sniff was completed on several packages along the wall of the facility and resulted in a positive alert on the package in question, which was addressed to a Russellville residence.

After obtaining a search warrant for the package, officers located approximately three pounds of suspected marijuana, vacuum-sealed with scented dryer sheets and "copious amounts of cologne," police said.

Police later turned over the package to an investigator from the Russellville Police Department.

•Unauthorized entry of a school bus, Fourth Street.

Conway police say a woman entered a school bus without authorization Friday afternoon to ask questions of her child’s bus driver.

Police responded to the incident around 4:10 p.m. Friday at the intersection of Fourth and Factory streets.

When officers arrived, they observed a woman, later identified as a 25-year-old Conway woman, standing next to the bus.

The woman told police her five-year-old son was bullied the day before while on the bus and indicated her son told her that his school medical papers were taken out of his backpack by another child and thrown away by the bus driver. The woman said she was there to ask about the incident and entered the bus to speak with the driver.

The bus driver, 43, told police he informed the woman she was not allowed to enter the bus, and asked her to leave. However, she refused. When he told the woman he would call police, the bus driver said the woman said, "go ahead."

The bus driver informed police the entire incident would be on the surveillance video, along with audio.

The bus driver also told police he had thrown away a piece of paper the previous day, however, it was a drawing that kids had thrown around the bus.

At the request of the bus driver, police advised the woman her son would not be allowed back on the bus until she spoke with an official with the district’s transportation department.

Police also informed the woman that the school district could seek warrants against her for entering the bus.

No charges were filed, according to the police report.

•Indecent exposure, East Oak Street.

Conway police say an unknown black male entered Brookside Laundry, at 1500 E. Oak St., Sunday evening and masturbated in a sink.

Officers were notified of the incident by a 21-year-old Conway woman at the laundromat around 8:44 p.m. when the alleged incident occurred.

The woman said the unknown black male walked into the restroom, did not shut the door and turned on the water. After a period of time, the woman said she looked into the restroom and observed the male masturbating into the sink.

When he finished, the woman said the male walked out of the building.

Police were unable to locate the male.

•Fraudulent use of a credit card, Chestnut Street.

A Conway man says his bank account was recently accessed and several charges were made to his account.

The 48-year-old victim said he noticed the fraudulent charges after logging onto his online banking to see his current balance was $0.

The charges totaled $257.28 and were made at two Walmart locations and three CVS Pharmacy locations, all in Florida.

•Robbery, South Ash Street.

A Conway woman says she was robbed while walking home Friday afternoon on South Ash Street.

The 39-year-old Conway woman said she was pulled down by the robber, and her purse was stolen.

Officers responded to the incident around 2:40 p.m.

The woman said she was approached by a tall male or female in a gray jacket. The robber ran up to her, jerked her purse, which caused her to be pulled to the ground, and fled the scene with the purse.

The woman said the purse, valued at $20, contained $125 cash and various cards.