Among reports recently released by the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office:
1. Burglary/breaking and entering at 30 block of Appleyard Road, Conway. Victim reported Jan. 19 that someone had taken a generator from the bed of his pickup and a Homelite chain saw from his shed.
2. Larceny at 20 block of Alf Lane, Conway. Victim reported Jan. 20 that a game camera was missing from her backyard. The victim said she had installed the camera on her bird bath.
3. Destruction/damage of property at 20 block of Iroquois Lane, Conway. Victim reported Jan. 21 that a brown dog from his neighborhood killed one of his ducks.
4. Larceny at 10 block of Eden Valley Road, Vilonia. Victim reported Jan. 22 that someone broke a window and stole a meter loop and copper wire from his residence.
5. Burglary/breaking and entering at 70 block of Springfield Road, Greenbrier. Victim reported Jan. 22 that three Husqvarna chain saws had been stolen from his barn.
6. Damage of property at 600 block of Lower Ridge Road, Conway. Victim reported Jan. 24 that someone had broken out the driver’s side window and the windshield of his vehicle.
7. Breaking and entering at 200 block of Highway 124 West, Damascus. Victim reported Jan. 24 that someone gained entry to her residence and stole her wallet containing $1,000 cash, her driver’s license and five credit cards. The back door of the residence appeared to have been kicked open. The victim said she went to the shop in her yard for a short time and returned to find her purse missing. The victim said she never left the property.
8. Burglary/breaking and entering at 900 block of Highway 285 North, Damascus. Victim reported Jan. 25 that a Remington 30.06 rifle with scope, a lock box and a diamond ring were missing from his residence. There were no signs of forced entry.
9. Breaking and entering at 200 block of Arrowhead Road, Greenbrier. Victim reported Jan. 25 that she returned to her residence to find her back door open and several items missing. A slide bracelet, three other bracelets, a watch, several pieces of jewelry, a Bose radio, a Sony DVD player, an Apple computer and a digital camera were reported stolen. There were no signs of forced entry. A witness saw a green Ford car at the residence on the day of the incident.
10. Burglary at 200 block of Shiloh Drive, Conway. Victim reported Jan. 26 that a Dell Inspiron laptop computer was missing from her residence. The victim said she returned home and found damage to her French doors. It appeared that the suspect gained entry to the residence by kicking in the doors.
(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.)