Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Illegal actions, dumping, Old Morrilton Highway.
Splash Car Wash, located at 1505 Old Morrilton Highway, says illegal dumping on its property has become a problem recently.
The company says the latest incident occurred Saturday night when mattresses were left on the property.
The company told police it has video of the act,w which shows a silver, extended cab truck with chrome wheels dump the mattresses.
•Second-degree criminal mischief, South German Lane.
A Conway man says his vehicle was recently defaced.
The 31-year-old victim said he went outside to his vehicle, in the 800 block of South German Lane, to find a scratch along the back passenger door of his vehicle.
The damage was estimated at $500 in the police report.
•Criminal trespass, Hogan Lane.
Two Conway residents say a group invaded their home Monday afternoon.
The victims stated the incident occurred after an older lady, approximately 50 years old, knocked on their door.
The male resident told police he looked out of the peep hole to see the woman standing alone. When he opened the door, the male resident says the group, of three males and two females, rushed into the apartment.
The female resident said it appeared as if they were looking for someone in the apartment. The female resident said she went to the bedroom to get a shotgun, which caused the group to leave.
The group was said to leave in a silver-colored vehicle, license plate number 006 TBE.
•DWI, Robins Street, Donaghey Avenue.
Conway police arrested a 26-year-old man for driving while intoxicated Tuesday night.
Police observed the Conway man in a brown Oldsmobile “weaving within the inside lane and crossing over the center,” the police report states.
Officers initiated a traffic stop in a University of Central Arkansas parking lot on Robins Street.
When told he was pulled over for weaving, the man explained he was using his phone, which officers observed on his right leg.
“I could smell the strong odor of intoxicants coming from inside the vehicle and noticed that (the man’s) eyes were bloodshot, watery and glassy,” an officer wrote in the police report.
The man’s speech was also slurred.
When asked how much alcohol he had consumed, the man answered “a lot.”
After being asked to exit the vehicle, the man, who claimed to be in his first year of college, admitted to “drinking too much,” the police report states.
“(The man) said he was just trying to get to the house and that was the wrong thing to do,” an officer wrote. “(The man) said they were partying too hard for him, and that he has class in the morning.”
The man also admitted he should not have been driving.
After failing a field sobriety test, the man was taken into custody for driving while intoxicated.
Police said the man’s blood alcohol content registered at 0.14.
After checking the man’s record, police discovered he had a DUI arrest in 2010. In addition to DWI, the man was charged with driving on a suspended license and careless and prohibited driving.
While transporting the man to the Faulkner County jail, police said the man stated “you f----- up n---a. Karma is a b----. You f----- up n---a.”
Police said the man became “very agitated and angry” upon arrival at the jail. The man would not let officers remove his handcuffs, and would not cooperate while officers attempted to take his photo.
•Third-degree endangerment of a minor, Ash Street.
Conway police say a three-year-old boy was left unattended in the 400 block of South Ash Street on Tuesday morning.
Police made contact with a woman who said she discovered the child alone, outside her home. The woman said the boy was dropped off at her residence by an unknown person who found the child a few blocks away.
Police said the child gave the unknown person directions to his home, but when no one answered at his residence, he was left at the woman’s home, which is located next door.
Police found the front door open at the boy’s residence, and discovered the home to be empty.
When police were unable to find a phone number for the child’s mother, police asked neighbors for possible information.
Police located a male that lives nearby who stated he knew the mother. The man called his wife, who stated the boy’s mother was with her at the grocery store.
When the boy’s mother arrived home, she told police she left her son with the male, although she was unsure he acknowledged the fact he was supposed to watch the child since he was in the bathroom.
The man said he was not aware he was supposed to watch the boy, and stated he fell asleep when he came out of the bathroom.
Police said the Department of Human Services was notified. No citations were issued, according to the police report.
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