Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

1. Endangering the welfare of a minor at 2910 block of Dave Ward Drive.

Conway police responded to a call in reference to a woman who was drinking alcohol while breast feeding. 

When police arrived, the subject told them she had been drinking alcohol before and during breast feeding her infant daughter. A sober family member took possession of the child, and the subject was taken into custody. 

2. Welfare check at 1200 Old Morrilton Highway, Wendy's.

An employee of the business told police three children, the eldest being 13, were staying at the restaurant every day. The employee said the children come to the restaurant and stay there from about 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

Most recently, the employee stated, the children were at the business until 11 p.m. 

The employee said the children never have money and that they said they were not allowed to go home.

The children told the employee they were supposed to wait at the business until their father came to get them. 

The employee told police the father comes to get the children, but will have the children wait in the car while he eats dinner inside Wendy's with his girlfriend. 

The employees were told to notify police when the children came back to the business again. 

3. Forgery.

A woman brought a counterfeit 5-dollar-bill to the police station after she said she received the bill from Kum & Go gas station. 

4. Financial identity fraud at 1100 block of Kirkland Drive. 

The victim told police someone opened up several credit card accounts in his name using his social security number. The victim advised $10,000 has been charged to the different cards over the internet.