Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Possession of a controlled substance, Prince Street.
A 15-year-old male student at Conway Junior High was found with a small amount of suspected marijuana Wednesday, police said.
A school resource officer and an assistant principal escorted the student to a private location after police received an anonymous tip the boy might be in possession of marijuana.
When asked if there was anything in his possession that he should not have at school, the boy replied, “No,” the police report states.
The boy was then asked to take off his shoes and socks, at which point a piece of aluminum foil fell out of his left sock. Police said a small amount of suspected marijuana was found inside the aluminum foil.
The boy told police he was holding it for another student, and had no idea what was inside the aluminum foil.
The boy was cited and released to his mother. The student also received an out-of-school suspension.
Police said the suspected marijuana was entered into evidence to be sent to the State Crime Lab for testing. No further action was taken, the police report states.
•Fraudulent use of a credit card, various locations.
At least five residents have been filed recently with the Conway Police Department concerning unauthorized charges to their bank accounts.
The charges ranged from $320.45 to $2,555.76, and were said to have occurred in Texas, Connecticut, South Carolina and in Conway.
•Theft of property, Lee Andrew Lane.
A Conway woman says a female renter recently stole a bedroom set from her home.
The 62-year-old home owner said she rented the house, located in the 400 block of Andrew Lee Lane, to the woman who asked to borrow the bedroom set while she lived there.
The home owner says the woman moved out in the middle of the night approximately a week ago, and took the items with her.
The victims said she has received messages from the woman saying she was not going to return the items.
The bedroom set, and two bar stools also stolen, were valued at $3,100 in the police report.
•First-degree criminal mischief, Oak Street.
Ye Olde Daisy Shoppe, located at 1308 Oak St., says its building was recently vandalized with graffiti.
The flower shop’s manager said she noticed the graffiti when she came to work around 8 a.m. Wednesday. The manager said the graffiti was not there when she left the store around 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Damage to the building was estimated at $500 in the police report.
•Vehicle breaking or entering, Dave Ward Drive.
A Conway man says $500 was stolen from him around 7:15 a.m. Wednesday at the Gulf gas station on Dave Ward Drive.
The 63-year-old victim told police a black male, wearing a tan jacket, came up to his vehicle, acting like he knew the victim, and proceeded to reach inside and take $500 from the victim.
The suspect was described as 5-foot-5, medium build with a short afro.
The victim said he followed the man in a black Buick to Davis Street before losing him.
Police were able to view video surveillance and identify the man as a resident of Davis Street. The police report states additional patrol on Davis Street was requested, although no arrests were mentioned.