Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Aggravated assault, Tyler Street.
After asking a group of loiterers to leave her property in the 1800 block of Tyler Street, a Conway woman says she was almost hit by a vehicle, driven by one of the individuals.
Conway police officers responded to the scene at Tyler Garden Apartments around 1 p.m. Sunday after receiving reports of a disturbance.
The 54-year-old property owner, and victim, told police she confronted the group of loiterers, identified as two black males and two white females, who were not residents, and asked the individuals to leave.
The victim said the group acknowledged her request, but refused to leave. At that point, the victim said she called Conway police.
While on the phone, the victim claims one of the males began driving toward her in a white Chevrolet Impala, which continued to accelerate in her direction.
The victim told police had she not moved, she would have been hit by the vehicle. After the encounter, the other three individuals entered a black truck, bearing a COSSE Construction emblem, and drove away, the victim said.
A 26-year-old North Little Rock man is listed in the police report as a suspect, however, no arrests were mentioned.
•Public intoxication, Oak Street.
Conway police arrested a Hot Springs man Saturday night for public intoxication at Wendy’s, located at 311 Oak St., after employees said the man made sexually suggestive comments to them.
The employees, including a 17-year-old Conway girl, said the 50-year-old man had made “very inappropriate comments of a sexually suggestive nature,” the police report states. When the man was asked to leave, employees said he refused.
Police made contact with the suspect after he exited the restaurant’s bathroom. Officers noted the man was “unsteady on his feet, slurred his speech, smelled of intoxicants and seemed confused,”
Police arrested the man for public intoxication, citing his inability to care for himself and fear of his and the employees’ safety. The man was also given a criminal trespass warning for the restaurant.
•Public intoxication, College Avenue.
A Conway woman was arrested for public intoxication Friday night after officers responded to reports of a domestic disturbance in the 2000 block of College Avenue around 10:53 p.m.
The caller informed police that her daughter-in-law was breaking glass in the house. When police arrived, officers observed a female yelling from the front porch.
Police said when the female noticed officers, she left the porch, entered the yard and began yelling and asked what the officers wanted.
Police noted the woman displayed bloodshot, watery and glassy eyes, along with slurred speech and a smell of intoxicants.
After informing the woman of the reason for their presence, officers said the woman yelled “get the f--- out of my yard” and continued to yell “f--- you.”
When asked to refrain from yelling, officers said the woman yelled “f--- you” again, and began walking “at a fast pace” toward the front porch.
Police asked the woman to stop, and informed her she was under arrest for public intoxication and disorderly conduct. However, the woman continued to walk away and “started swinging around and actively resisting my attempts to handcuff her,” the police report states.
“(The woman) was flailing around and trying to get her arms away from me,” an officer said in the report.
After finally restraining the woman, she was placed in handcuffs and into the back of a patrol car.
Other responding officers later noticed the woman passed out in the back of the patrol car, and appeared to have a seizure. The woman was taken out of the back of the police car and turned on her side, on the ground, until MEMS arrived, police said.
The woman awoke after MEMS arrived and stated she did not feel well and requested to go to the emergency room, the police report states. The woman later vomited before being taken to the emergency room for treatment. Upon release from the emergency room, the woman was transported to the Faulkner County jail.
•Theft of property, Arkansas 25.
Conway Motor Supply, located at 3305 Arkansas 25 North, says multiple radiators were recently stolen.
Police arrived on scene at the business around 2:15 p.m. Friday.
An employee told officers he noticed the radiators were missing when he arrived around 9:30 a.m. The radiators were previously stacked outside with other materials, the employee said.
The employee told police he last saw the radiators when he left around 9 p.m. Thursday.
Approximately two weeks ago, the employee said a white male, with several tattoos, came to the store and asked about items located at the front of the store. The man asked about buying the items or having it donated to a charity he represented, the employee said.
The employee had no other information about the man, except that he drove a black Ford Expedition, the police report states.
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