Welfare concern at 1400 block of Clifton Street.

Police were dispatched to the area in reference to a toddler who was in a front yard in only a diaper and shirt. 

The people reporting stated they were concerned because it was 38 degrees outside, and the child had been in the front yard unsupervised for at least 10 minutes. 

Before police arrived the reporting people opened a glass storm door behind an open front door at the residence where the child was and let him go inside to keep warm. 

When police arrived they entered the home, according to the Conway Police Department report, to make sure a guardian was not injured inside the residence. 

The report states police found a woman asleep inside the home with the child standing near her. 

Police made several attempts to wake the woman, and she was "very surprised" when she awoke and saw police. 

According to the report, the woman signaled that she was deaf, and police communicated with her by writing on a notebook. 

During the interview, the child's grandmother came home from the grocery store and explained she may not have let the door close all the way when she left. 

After leaving the residence police contacted the child abuse hotline to report the incident.