Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Second-degree battery, Skyline Drive.

Conway police say an intoxicated male was stabbed in the arm during an incident in the 1000 block of Skyline Drive on Sunday afternoon.

Officers said they made contact with a 63-year-old Conway man who stated he was stabbed by a man in the parking lot of the Howard Johnson Inn.

"He advised the male did not try to rob him," an officer noted in the incident report. "He advised the male ‘just stabbed me and then walked away.’"

Police asked the man to write a statement about the incident, at which time he notified police he could, but would not.

According to the police report, there was a one-inch cut on the man’s left elbow, however, he refused to be taken to the hospital.

"He stated he was good, and just wanted to go home," the police report states.

Police were unable to determine where the incident took place. Officers were told there was a "large amount of blood" in the men’s room of the hotel, but it was cleaned before police arrived.

Due to the fact the victim was intoxicated, a cab was called to take him home, the police report states.

•Harassing communications, various locations.

Two Conway businesses say they received multiple calls from an unidentified person relating to sex toys.

The reports were filed with the Conway Police Department on Sunday afternoon within 15 minutes of one another.

Three workers at the Conway Healthcare and Rehab Center, located at 2603 Dave Ward Drive, told police they received multiple calls from a person named Wendy. Although the caller identified herself as a female, the workers say they were unable to determine if the caller was a male or female.

The employees told police each phone call began with the caller describing marital problems, which resulted in her kicking her husband out of the house for an extramarital affair.

The woman then asked the employees what they were wearing. The caller further stated she had purchased a sex toy, and was currently using it.

Each employee told police the call was then ended, but the alleged woman continued to call back.

Two workers at St. Andrews Place, located at 3501 College Ave., told police they also received multiple phone calls from a man, disguising his voice as a woman, about a sex toy he had recently purchased.

The employees told police the man asked multiple questions "of a sexual nature." The employees also said the caller stated his husband won’t have sex with him, which resulted in him buying a sex toy.

In both instances, the caller’s phone number was listed as private. The employees of St. Andrews Place told police the caller’s voice sounded like a white male in his late 30s or early 40s.

•Theft of property, College Avenue.

Conway’s parks and recreation department says a gate was stolen from the McGee Center, located at 3800 College Avenue, sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning.

A department employee told police the theft occurred between 11 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. Sunday. The gate was valued at $800 in the police report.

•Motor vehicle theft, Markham Street.

Hiegel H&S Glass says one of its company vehicles was stolen from its location in the 1000 block of Markham Street.

The owner reported the theft to police around 12:18 p.m. Saturday.

The owner identified the vehicle as a white, 1999 GMC pickup truck with a glass rack, and H&S Glass signs on both sides of the vehicle.

An officer indicated in the police report a traffic stop was conducted on the alleged vehicle earlier in the day.

The vehicle was valued at $3,000 in the police report.