Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Careless and prohibited driving, Prince Street.
A Morrilton man was arrested early Wednesday morning for careless and prohibited driving, no proof of insurance and not wearing a seatbelt after his vehicle hit a concrete barrier, flipped on its hood and caught fire.
Police arrived at the intersection of Prince Street and Morningside Drive around 2:17 a.m. and observed a green 2000 Hyundai Elantra, which was eastbound, on its top and on fire in the roundabout.
The driver, 25, was found lying on the side of the street, his hands and face covered in blood. Officers noted an immediate odor of alcohol upon contact with the man.
Another man, identified as a 42-year-old Morrilton man, was located on the sidewalk also covered in blood.
After notifying MEMS and the Conway Fire Department, officers approached the vehicle to check for other passengers. While officers searched the vehicle, the driver approached the vehicle.
Police informed the man to return to the sidewalk. Upon their request, officers said the man became agitated and stated he was a volunteer fireman.
Officers asked the man again to return to the sidewalk, at which point he began to cry and told the officers they should "just let him burn," the police report states.
After verifying no other passengers were in the vehicle, officers physically removed the driver from the area, despite his efforts to refuse.
The driver was transported to the Conway Regional Medical Center for treatment. While there, blood was drawn to test the man’s blood alcohol content. Results of the blood test were not included in the police report, and driving while intoxicated was not listed as one of the arresting charges.
Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $2,500 in the accident report.
•Vehicle breaking or entering, Elsinger Boulevard.
A Benton man says his vehicle was recently entered while at work in the 500 block of Elsinger Boulevard.
The 40-year-old victim, and Home Depot employee, told police his vehicle was unlocked, and located in the parking lot while he worked. The victim said a Garmin GPS and Bluetooth radio speaker was stolen from his vehicle.
The items were valued at $250 in the police report.
•Theft of property, Second Street.
A Conway woman says her son’s bicycle was recently stolen from her residence in the 400 block of Second Street.
The 33-year-old mother told police she left her apartment around 11 a.m. and returned around 2 p.m. to find her son’s bike missing from the front porch. Several other bicycles and scooters were located on the porch with her son’s bike, however, they were not stolen.
The bicycle, described as a black and white, BMX-style bike, was valued at $140 in the police report. The mother informed police the bike had red splotches, a loose seat, green handle bars and the word "Thrasher" on the frame.
•Fraudulent use of a credit card, Chestnut Street.
A Conway woman told police she recently discovered several unauthorized charges to her bank account, totaling more than $300.
The 45-year-old victim said there were 16 charges in all that totaled $311.91.
The victim told police she went to Toppers Pizza, one of the locations a charge was made, to speak with an employee. Police said the victim learned pizza purchased with the card was delivered to a Conway man in the 2400 block of Whitehall Drive.
No arrests were mentioned in the police report.
•Residential burglary, Center Street.
Conway police are investigating a burglary that occurred in the 100 block of Center Street, and resulted in the theft of more than $3,500 worth of property.
The 46-year-old victim said her two children discovered the front door of their home damaged when arriving home from school Tuesday.
The victim said she noticed several items missing, including a Kindle Fire tablet, five gold rings, three gold bracelets, two gold necklaces and three pair of gold earrings.
The stolen property totaled $3,550 in the police report.
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