Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Fraudulent use of a credit card, various locations.
Two Conway residents recently filed reports with the Conway Police Department concerning unauthorized charges to their bank accounts.
The charges ranged from $368.17 to $842.13.
One victim reported the charges occurred at various locations in Texas.
•Theft of property, McKay Avenue.
A Conway woman says multiple items were recently stolen from her residence by two individuals who lived in the home while she was incarcerated.
The 44-year-old victim said while she was incarcerated, her landlord allowed a man and woman to live in her residence in the 1400 block of McKay Avenue.
When the victim was released from jail, she asked the two individuals to leave her residence. The victim also asked the individuals to pick up their personal items from the residence while she was present. However, the victim told police she returned to her residence Thursday to find the individuals pulling out of the driveway in a truck loaded with items from the home.
The victim said she discovered a pink and purple shelf and flat-screen television missing from her home. The victim also noticed a meth pipe in the home, the police report states.
Police said the pipe was taken into evidence to be destroyed.
The stolen property was valued at $230 in the police report.
•Theft of property, South Donaghey Avenue.
A Conway man says his bicycle was stolen from his residence in the 1000 block of South Donaghey Avenue.
The 32-year-old victim said he last saw his bike at 11 p.m. Wednesday, and noticed it missing at 6:30 a.m. Thursday.
The bike, valued at $190, was described as black and red with a flat tire, and cell phone mount on the handle bars.
•First-degree criminal mischief, Ingram Street.
Conway police responded to a report of criminal mischief in the 400 block of Ingram Street, and found two vehicles with broken windshields.
Police spoke with a female on scene, who stated she and her boyfriend were in an argument when she grabbed a shovel and proceeded to hit his vehicle’s windshield. The female, a 23-year-old Greenbrier resident, said her boyfriend had broken her vehicle’s windshield approximately two weeks ago.
The female said a police report was filed concerning her broken windshield, however, police were unable to find record of the incident.
Police spoke with the female’s boyfriend who admitted to previously breaking the windshield of his girlfriend’s vehicle. The boyfriend also said he had received numerous text messages from his girlfriend, and wanted to speak with her.
The boyfriend told police when he arrived an argument ensued, and his girlfriend hit his windshield with a shovel.
While on scene, the female told officers her boyfriend had drugs in his vehicle, however, officers were unable to locate any drugs in the vehicle after receiving consent to search it.
Police informed both individuals of the warrants process.
Damage to the man’s windshield was estimated at $250 in the police report.
•Aggravated assault, Robins Street.
A Conway woman says her ex-boyfriend attempted to shoot her late Wednesday night after the two were in a verbal altercation.
Police arrived on scene around 11:24 p.m. in the 400 block of East Robins Street after receiving reports of an armed subject.
The 19-year-old victim told police when her ex-boyfriend, a 27-year-old Little Rock man, came to her residence around 11:05 p.m. to speak with her the conversation quickly turned into an argument.
The victim says she walked away from her ex-boyfriend, at which point he entered through a passenger door of a white Kia Optima.
The victim told police as she sat down on the front steps of a friend’s residence the vehicle drove past the residence, at which point a shot was fired at her.
The victim said she was not injured, and only heard one shot.
Police located one .22-caliber casing on the street in front of the friend’s residence.
The victim said four black males were in the vehicle, and was able to provide police with a possible location of the suspects.
Police located a white Kia Optima at Salem Park Apartments, however, officers were unable to determine which apartment the suspects were in, the police report states. No arrests were mentioned.
•Harassment, Mildred Street.
Conway police arrived on the scene of a disturbance in the 400 block of Mildred Street after a caller stated an unknown black male was looking for a phone at her home.
Police made contact with two females who lived at the residence who stated the intoxicated man came to their home looking for his cell phone.
One of the women told officers the man was “very rude and in my face.” The woman said she pushed the man, at which point he grabbed her by the arms and said “I know where y’all live, you better move.”
The women pointed officers in the direction of the man, who was found sitting on a nearby stairway.
Police noted a smell of alcohol upon making contact with the man, identified as a 39-year-old Conway man.
The man told police he was attempting to retrieve his phone from the residence, which had fallen out of his pocket while in the apartment. However, the females maintained they did not know the man.
The man told police during the incident one of the women hit him in the head, which prompted him to grab her by the arms.
While speaking with the man, police were notified of a warrant for his arrest, at which point he was taken into custody.
The man was charged with public intoxication, and received a criminal trespass warning at the request of the two victims, the police report states.
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