Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Theft of property, Dave Ward Drive.

Walmart employees say a generator was stolen by an unknown white male Thursday afternoon.

Employees told police the male pushed the generator out of the store, located in the 3900 block of Dave Ward Drive, around 5 p.m. The male put the generator into a blue Mazda MZ6 and left the parking lot, the police report states.

Police said the vehicle’s license plate did not return to the vehicle. Employees told officers the male had a white females serving as a lookout.

The generator was valued at $669.

•Disorderly conduct, Skyline Drive.

Cinemark employees say a Conway man urinated on a theater wall and entered a movie without a ticket Thursday afternoon.

Police responded to the theater, located in the 200 block of Skyline Drive, around 2:24 p.m.

A 19-year-old movie theater employee told officers she entered the theater on her break, and witnessed the man, identified as a 44-year-old Conway resident, urinate on a wall. When the man noticed her, he began to cover himself up before walking out of the theater and into another without a ticket.

When officers made contact with the man inside the theater, he was asked if he had a ticket. The man replied he did, but threw away his stub. When he was informed no one had purchased a ticket to the movie, the man told officers he didn’t purchase a ticket and walked into the theater after watching "Smitty’s."

"‘Smitty’s’ is not a movie that is showing in the theater," an officer noted in the police report.

After stepping out of the theater, police asked the man if he urinated on a wall, which he denied.

Officers then asked the employee to show them where the man allegedly urinated.

"The spot she took me to was wet with urine," the officer stated in the incident report.

Police advised the man a report would be filed for theft of services and disorderly conduct.

No arrests were made, according to the incident report.

•First-degree criminal mischief, Dave Ward Drive.

A Conway man says his autographed Paula Deen photograph was destroyed by his former roommates.

The 19-year-old complainant said he was kicked out of his apartment for failing to pay rent, and received threatening Facebook messages from both after vacating the apartment. The complainant said his former roommates also posted a photo of the two "ripping up" his autographed Paula Deen photo, valued at $1 in the police report.

The complainant said other personal items are still in the apartment, and asked police to provide a civil standby Friday morning while he recovered his belongings.

Police advised the complainant of the warrants process, and informed him further evidence would be needed to support his claim of terroristic threatening.

•Public intoxication, Meadowlake Drive.

Conway police arrested a man for public intoxication after observing the man have trouble walking down the sidewalk.

Officers made contact with the 28-year-old Conway man around 9:55 p.m. in the 2100 block of Meadowlake Road.

Police said the man stumbled when he walked, and attempted to use his arms for balance.

"He eventually stumbled off the curb and fell into the eastbound traffic lane of Meadowlake [Road]," an officer noted in the police report.

Upon contact with the man, police noted a smell of intoxicants coming from the man. Officers said they were unable to communicate with the man due to a language barrier.

"However, [the man] understood he was breaking the law because when I approached him he placed his hands behind his back and started saying ‘sorry,’" an officer wrote in the police report.

The man was taken into custody and transported to the Faulkner County jail.

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