Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Fraudulent use of a credit card, various banks and locations. Eight Conway residents filed reports with the Conway Police Department between Monday and Tuesday with six filed on Tuesday alone.
Accounts from various local banks were used at stores and restaurants, including Kroger, Walgreen’s, McDonald’s, Dollar General, Chevron and Target, in various states, including Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, Alabama and Kansas.
Charges on the accounts ranged from $98.08 to $715.18.
•Breaking or entering structure, Museum Road. Two Conway residents with storage units at Museum Road Self Storage, located at 1325 Museum Road, reported break-ins at their units to Conway police Tuesday.
Neither of the victims were able to report immediately if anything had been taken from their units. One victim stated he did not believe anything of value was in his unit, and the other victim stated he had not been through his unit in over a year, so he could not be for sure that anything had been taken at this point.
•Third-degree battery, Jeanna Drive. A Conway man says he suffered a broken finger last month when an acquaintance attempted to hit him, and now wants money from the acquaintance to pay for medical treatment.
The 31-year-old victim told police he went to a friend’s house July 5 and claims the acquaintance began swinging at him, for no reason, almost 30 times. The victim claims he left the house, and noticed he had suffered a broken pinky finger when he returned home.
The victim told police he contacted the acquaintance and asked him to pay for medical treatment since he was responsible. However, the victim claims the acquaintance told the victim the finger was not his problem.
Police advised the victim of the warrants process.
•Residential burglary, Salem Road. A Conway man says his home, located in the 1200 block of Salem Road, was burglarized this weekend while he was out of town, resulting in the loss of more than $12,000 worth of jewelry.
The 61-year-old victim told police he left around 5 p.m. Friday, and returned around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday to find several pieces of jewelry missing from his home.
The amount of stolen jewelry listed in the police report was valued at $12,600. The stolen jewelry included an oval black sapphire Scott Kay ring with a cross, a black sapphire Scott Kay bracelet, and a leather and gold Constantine bracelet.
The victim told police he had a housekeeper and ex-employee who were both upset with him at the time of the theft, and confirmed to police that both subjects had knowledge of the code to his alarm system. Police said the victim refused to name the possible suspects since he was not sure they were responsible.
Police said the victim found no signs of forced entry, and no other items from the home appeared to be missing.
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