Among police reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Public intoxication and curfew violation at 2100 block of Caldwell. An officer was "flagged down by a man yelling at him" at the intersection of Caldwell Street and Western Avenue. The man informed the officer that he had just observed a male juvenile walking through Laurel Park in his socks and underwear. According to the report, the reporting person was concerned that the juvenile may be experiencing a medical emergency because of freezing conditions. After further investigation, it was determined that the suspect was under the influence of alcohol. He was taken to Conway Regional Hospital for evaluation.
2. Fraudulent use of a credit card. The victim was notified by her credit company, who asked her if she had been making large purchases online recently. The victim said that she had not been using her card to purchase anything online.
3. Residential burglary at 400 South Donaghey Avenue, College Park Apartments. The victims stated that their apartment’s door was kicked in and a television, Sony Playstation and two video games were stolen. 4. Residential burglary at 1900 block of Hogan Lane. The victim said that the door to her residence was kicked in and her television and camera were stolen.
5. Theft of property from a motor vehicle at 3200 block of Stone Road. The victim said that someone stole the license plate from her vehicle while it was parked at her residence.
6. Public intoxication at 805 Amity Rd., Garden Hilton Inn. Officers responded to a call from employees of the business who reported that two customers were causing problems. When officers arrived, one suspect was on an employee’s back "with her arms and legs wrapped around him." She was placed into custody and transported for booking.
7. Fleeing, possession of a controlled substance at 20 block of Union Street. Officers initiated a traffic stop after the suspect ran a stop sign. The suspect fled on foot, but was apprehended by officers. He was jailed for possession of marijuana and for fleeing.
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