Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Theft of property, Eggman Lane.

A Conway woman says a firearm, located in her nightstand, was recently stolen from her home in the 2900 block of Eggman Lane.

The 22-year-old victim told police she noticed her Bersa .22 was missing while wrapping Christmas gifts Thursday. The victim said the gun is rarely taken out of her drawer, and last remembers getting it out in October.

The victim said she believes the gun was taken during a gathering at her home earlier this year.

The firearm was valued at $325 in the police report.

•Shoplifting, Skyline Drive.

A Menifee woman was arrested for shoplifting at Walmart, located in the 1100 block of Skyline Drive, on Thursday afternoon.

Store employees told police they observed the 18-year-old female conceal several items, including headphones and two phone charges, and attempt to leave the store.

Upon arrival, police took the woman into custody and transported her to the Faulkner County jail where she was processed on a theft of property charge.

The total amount of items the woman attempted to steal was valued at $68.80 in the police report.

•Non-financial identity fraud, Irby Drive.

A Conway woman says she recently discovered her social security number was illegally used.

The 34-year-old victim told police she noticed the illegal use, by a person in Texas, while at the unemployment office Wednesday.

The victim said the social security office did not have a record of anyone using her number.

•Public intoxication, College Avenue.

A Conway man was arrested for public intoxication after hospital staff discovered the man in a closet.

Police arrived on scene, in the 2300 block of College Avenue, around 10:38 p.m. Wednesday, and discovered the 42-year-old man lying in the parking lot.

Conway Regional Medical Center staff told officers the man ran into the parking lot and laid down after he was discovered in a closet.

Police said the man mumbled, almost incoherently, while stating he wanted to go home, but did not know where he lived.

While placing the man in custody, officers noted a smell of intoxicants, possibly cough syrup, coming from the man.

The man was then transferred to the Faulkner County jail and processed on a public intoxication charge.