Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Harassment, South Center Street.

A Conway woman says she was harassed by an older white male in a white van while walking to the parole office Wednesday morning.

The 35-year-old victim told police while walking to the parole office around 10:20 a.m., a white van pulled up beside her, and the driver repeatedly asked how she was doing, and if she needed a ride. While at the parole office, the victim said the van remained in the parking lot.

Upon leaving, the victim said the van repeatedly pulled along side her, cut her off, and asked if she needed a ride while also making comments about her appearance.

The victim said this continued until she reached South Center Street. After being provided with the vehicle’s license plate number, officers advised the woman of the warrant process, and informed her to contact police if the harassment continued.

•Theft of property, Hogan Lane.

Centennial Valley says more than $900 worth of furniture is missing from two furnished apartments after tenants in both the apartments recently moved out.

The thefts were reported to Conway police Wednesday morning.

In the first report, the complex’s manager says a love seat and sofa, valued at $510, was missing from an apartment, previously rented by a 50-year-old man.

In the second report, the manager stated a mattress set and coffee table, valued at $409, was missing from an apartment, shared by two females, ages 19 and 24.

In both instances, police advised management of the warrants process.

•Second-degree endangering the welfare of a minor, Skyline Drive.

Two Arkansas women were arrested for public intoxication, and one additionally for endangering minors, after employees and patrons of a local Burger King complained about the women to Conway police.

Officers arrived on scene, in the 900 block of Skyline Drive, around 9:33 p.m. and located the women, along with a five-year-old girl and one-year-old boy.

Police received multiple complaints of the women bragging about how much alcohol they had consumed, and at one point one of the women stated, "we are too drunk to even order food."

Police said the women — one a 27-year-old Romance woman and the other a 30-year-old Bee Branch resident — initially lied about the amount of alcohol they had consumed, and one informed officers she was afraid to speak with them.

After officers informed the women they smelled of alcohol, displayed slurred speech and difficulty standing, the women were more truthful with their answers.

The two women informed officers they were on their way to Bee Branch, and stopped at the restaurant to "get some food in their system," the police report states.

The Romance woman, who was charged with second-degree endangering the welfare of a minor, informed police her boyfriend could pick up the children, at which time he was contacted.

After being transported to the Faulkner County jail, police said the Romance woman became angry because she was not allowed her medication until after her medical screening was complete. Police said the woman began to scream, beat her head against a wall and stated multiple times she would kill herself. Counseling Associates was notified due to the woman’s statements, police said.

•Theft of property, Pebble Beach Drive.

A Conway woman says her vehicle may have been used for a joy ride.

The 20-year-old victim told police she discovered Tuesday morning her vehicle, a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro, not parked in the same location she left it in the previous night.

The victim said she knew her vehicle was taken when she discovered the seat moved all the way back, her gas tank — previously half full — on empty and a cosmetology kit, valued at $2,500, missing from the trunk.

The victim said the vehicle was parked around 6:30 p.m. Monday, and discovered it in its new location around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. The victim said she lost her spare key about a month ago — somewhere between the parking lot and her apartment — and never found it.

Police observed no signs of forced entry into the vehicle, although the victim stated the doors were locked.

Officers advised the victim to have her original key replaced.