Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Aggravated robbery at 800 block of Fendley Drive. A man told police that he was visiting a friend at a Fendley Drive apartment early Thursday morning when he was "pistol whipped" and robbed by two suspects described a black males. $20 was stolen. The thieves also smashed the windshield of the man’s car, according to the report.
2. Aggravated robbery at Mitchell and Erback streets. A man told police that his 13-year-old son claimed to have been walking on Mitchell Street near Erbach Street when he was approached by two suspects described as young black males, possibly middle-school-aged. The teen told his father that one of these males knocked him unconscious, and when he "came to," they were stealing his shirt, shoes and cell phone, according to the report.
3. Felony warrant arrest at 1155 Skyline Drive (Walmart). Acting on a tip from a Gibson County Sheriff’s Office detective in Trenton, Tenn., Conway police arrested 30-year-old Chritsopher James Sims of 10903 Highway 10 East, Greenwood at Walmart Friday night. Sims is wanted in connection with a stabbing in Tennessee Thursday night and will be extradited to face the charge of attempted capital murder in a Tennessee court, it was ruled Monday in Faulkner County Circuit Court.
4. Shots fired at Martin and Mitchell streets. A resident reported hearing about six gunshots at about 2:35 Saturday morning. Police have reason to believe the shots may have been fired in relation to someone in a blue car with tinted windows and aftermarket wheels seen speeding through the area less than a minute after the shots were heard.
5. Shots fired at 500 block of Spruce Street. A resident reported that a man driving a blue pickup truck was firing a handgun out the window Thursday night.
6. Residential burglary at 1500 block of Rachel Drive. Someone broke into a residence by kicking in the back door at some point between 9:15 Thursday night and 2:15 Friday morning. An Emerson 52-inch plasma TV was stolen.
7. Residential burglary at 100 block of Oaklawn Drive. At some point between 1:30 and 2 Wednesday afternoon, someone broke into a home through a previously broken window and stole a PlayStation 3 game console, four controllers and eight games.
8. Residential burglary at 2800 block of Dave Ward Drive. At some point between 5:15 a.m. and 8:05 p.m. Wednesday, someone broke into a residence by smashing a window and stole a RCA 27-inch TV.
9. Residential burglary at 1105 Skyline Drive (Motel 6). A motel guest reported that between Aug. 18 and Saturday someone had stolen two Hello Kitty wallets containing a combined $200 worth of Chinese currency.
10. Motor vehicle theft at 801 Elsinger Blvd. (Kohl’s). A woman said someone stole her purse from a shopping cart Saturday afternoon and proceeded to use the keys in the purse to steal her car, a silver 2005 Ford Explorer, from the parking lot. By Sunday, her credit cards had been used in Greenbrier, Maumelle, North Little Rock and Hot Springs and her cell phone had been used to call someone who, when contacted by police, said he had no idea who the caller was.
11. Theft of property at 1200 block of Harton Street. At about 9:45 Saturday night a man heard a noise in his garage and saw a white truck leaving his driveway with no lights on. His push lawnmower was gone.
12. Breaking or entering at 2710 Bruce Street. A man reported that at some point between 10 Saturday night and 7:45 Sunday morning, someone sliced open the convertible top of his Honda S2000 sports car and stole $60 from the console.
13. Breaking or entering at 1800 block of Westlake Drive. A man reported that at some point between 11 a.m. Sunday and 7:15 Monday, someone broke out the back window of his vehicle and stole an AudioBahn 900-watt amplifier and a pair of Memphis 12-inch subwoofers.
14. Recovered stolen vehicle at Center and Hardy streets. An anonymous caller contacted a Bauxite woman Sunday and told her that her 1998 Chevrolet Silverado that was stolen while she was in Hot Springs could be found on Center Street. The truck was recovered, but no one in criminal possession of it could be identified. The anonymous caller was identified and determined not to be a suspect.
(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact the Conway Police Department at 450-6120. Staff writer Joe Lamb can be reached at 505-1238.)