Among reports recently released by the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office:
1. Theft from a motor vehicle at 1 block of Freeman Way, Greenbrier. Victim reported Aug. 4 that items were missing from his vehicle. The victim stated that his vehicle was unlocked, but he was unsure as to when the theft occurred. Missing from the vehicle were a digital camera and a radar detector.
2. Burlgary at 180 block of Highway 285 North, Greenbrier. Victim reported Aug. 4 that several prescription medications and a handgun were missing from his residence. The victim stated that he left his home at 6:15 p.m. and returned at 7:30 p.m. to discover the items were missing. The victim said the back door of the residence was left unlocked.
3. Larceny at 600 block of Highway 64 East, Conway. Victim reported Monday that his utility trailer was stolen. The trailer is described as black with a wire mesh floor and a six-foot tongue. It has removable ramps held in place by bungee cords.
4. Civil dispute at Highway 65, Damascus. Victim reported Wednesday that he was having a dispute with the man he rents a pasture from. The victim stated that he rents the pasture for his 11 cows. The victim said rent has been paid through 2013. The victim said the landowner called him and said he was giving the land to his grandson and wanted the cows removed. When the victim inquired about the money that has already been paid, the landowner allegedly became upset and cursed at the victim. The victim said he removed four cows from the property Aug. 9. The victim stated that the landowner threatened to shoot him and contacted authorities. The victim said that every day since then the landowner has let the cows out of the pasture to run at large. Two cows are now missing from the herd.
(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact FCSO at 450-4914. Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached at 505-1238.)