Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Felony warrant arrest, Skyline Drive.
Police say a Conway man was arrested Wednesday morning for a felony warrant after he was pulled over for following too closely to a tow truck and running a red light.
Police responded to a call around 3:56 a.m. of a blue car heading south on Harkrider Street that was chasing a tow truck.
Officers observed the car following close behind the truck, and also observed the car run a red light to keep up.
Police initiated a traffic stop and discovered the driver of the car had a felony warrant out of Faulkner County for failure to appear.
The driver was taken to Faulkner County jail.
•Theft of property from a motor vehicle, Hogan Lane.
A Conway man says approximately nine gallons of gas was siphoned from his vehicle while parked outside his apartment Tuesday, in the 1800 block of Hogan Lane.
The 26-year-old victim said his truck was parked by his apartment from around 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Police responded to the scene after receiving reports that several cars in the area had been disturbed.
The victim told police he discovered his gas door was open. The victim said when he parked his vehicle there was approximately half a tank of fuel, but was later showing less than a quarter of a tank.
The victim stated his other vehicle had also been tampered with, but did not appear to be missing fuel.
•Residential burglary, Brookside Drive.
Police are investigating a burglary that occurred Tuesday night in the 100 block of Brookside Drive.
The victim’s brother told police that he was in the area of his sister’s residence around 4 p.m. when he noticed a blue Ford Crown Victoria in her driveway. The brother told police he then saw two Hispanic males enter the vehicle, with license plate number 150 TDA, and leave “in a speedy manner,” the police report states.
Police say the brother approached the home and noticed the front door had been kicked in and the television was missing from the living room.
Officers made contact with the victim who stated she was last at the residence around 11 a.m. and that “everything was ok.” The victim stated the only thing she noticed missing was the television, identified as a 46-inch Insignia.
Police were unable to obtain fingerprints from the home.
•Residential burglary, Ridgewood Drive.
A Conway man says his residence on Ridgewood Drive was entered Tuesday.
The 42-year-old victim told police the person who entered his home moved his television and left a note beside his bed.
The victim told police that nothing appeared to be missing and estimated the time of the incident between 7:15 a.m. and 4:45 p.m.
Police were unable to obtain fingerprints from the television as the victim had already moved it. Officers took the note and entered it as evidence. The contents of the note were not discussed in the police report.
•Fraudulent use of a credit card, various locations.
The Conway Police Department has received at least five more reports of fraudulent uses of credit cards from residents.
Five reports obtained Thursday were filed with police Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The reports indicated Conway residents’ bank accounts were accessed and charges were made at various locations across the country.
The charges ranged from $125 to $483. The charges were made in several states, including North Carolina, Ohio, Georgia and Virginia, at various stores such as Walmart, Walgreen’s, Wilco, Food Lion and Target.
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