Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

1. Residential burglary at 200 block of Grand Falls. Victim reported that sometime between 7:30 and 8 p.m. Wednesday someone broke into his residence. The victim stated that the suspect gained entry through an unlocked window. The screen had been pried off and was placed back over the window. Missing from the residence were an XBox gaming system, as well as the DVD inside it.

2. Theft of property at 1156 Front Street (Something Brewing). An employee of the business reported Thursday that $800 was missing from a safe. The employee stated that he believed the money was still in the safe when he left the business at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday. The employee said all the windows and doors, as well as the safe were locked when he and the owner of the business arrived at 5 a.m. Thursday to open the store.

3. Possession of a controlled substance at 1 block of Broadmoor Drive. Officers initiated a traffic stop on the suspect’s vehicle after suspicious activity at the Park Plaza Mall. Officers conducted a search of the vehicle after smelling an odor of possible marijuana. Officers found a clear plastic bag with a green leafy substance in a tray under the steering wheel. Officers also located a Transformers lunchbox with some “burnt substances” in it, a scale and a pocket knife. The suspect was transported to the Faulkner County Detention Center.

4. Criminal mischief at 1500 block of Davis Street. Victim reported Thursday that someone had been beating on the front door of the residence for approximately five minutes before a loud crash was heard. The victim entered the living room to find the front door open and the frame broken. The victim said he believes the door was kicked in. Nothing was missing from the residence.

5. Alleged computer child pornography at 1340 Old Morrilton Highway. (Aaron’s). An employee of the business reported that “disturbing images” were found on a computer that had been recently leased to an individual in Quitman. The computer was stored for further investigation.

(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact CPD’s tip line at 450-6135. Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached at 505-1238.)