Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Theft of property, East Robins Street.
A Benton woman says all her belongings are missing after her roommate, who she met one week ago, recently put everything she owned outside.
The 19-year-old victim said she met her roommate, a 23-year-old Conway man, on Facebook and moved in with him at a residence in the 400 block of East Robins Street.
The victim told police she received a text from her roommate, while at a friend’s house, around 8 p.m. Sunday that said if she did not return home all of her personal items would be outside.
The victim said she returned around 4 p.m. Monday and discovered all her personal items missing. The personal property, valued at $1,660 in the police report, included clothes, shoes, pictures and hygiene products.
Police spoke with the roommate who said he assumed she had come to pick up her belongings. The roommate said the items were placed in three large trash bags.
Neither individual was aware of anyone who could have stolen the items.
•Residential burglary, Clifton Street.
A Conway woman says her purse was recently stolen from her apartment in the 1600 block of Clifton Street.
The 22-year-old victim, and student, said she did not stay at her apartment Sunday night, and left her purse on the kitchen table.
The victim told police she left around 11 p.m., and when she returned around 8:15 a.m., her purse was gone.
The victim said there was a party Sunday night at the apartment complex, and assumed someone walking by noticed her purse on the table, entered her apartment and stole it.
The victim said her door was not locked due to problems she has had with the deadbolt.
The purse was valued at $100 in the police report.
•Second-degree criminal mischief, Harkrider Street.
The Salvation Army, located at 2125 Harkrider St., says the lock was recently broken off its dumpster, and trash was thrown on the ground.
An employee told police he was informed to file a report every time the incident occurred.
•Public intoxication, East Oak Street.
Conway police arrested a Hattieville man for public intoxication Sunday night.
Reports to police stated the 40-year-old man was causing a disturbance in multiple businesses located on Oak Street.
A Wendy’s manager said the man entered the restaurant and waved what appeared to be a knife in his hand.
Police located the man in the Church’s Chicken parking lot, and observed “something shiny in one of his hands,” the police report states.
The man was advised to drop the knife, however, he responded it was a spoon. Police then advised him again to drop the object, at which point he complied with the request.
“(The man) was sweating profusely and couldn’t be still,” an officer noted in the police report.
When asked what he was doing, the man said he was trying to go home.
Police said the man displayed bloodshot, watery eyes and “kept opening his mouth as if he was fixing to yawn, but never yawned.”
The man later told police there were people after him and stated he was not going to be beat up or killed. When asked why he was carrying a spoon, the man said he did not know, but later said he carried it so people chasing him would think he had a knife.
The man informed police he used methamphetamine two days prior, but later said it had been three days.
“(The man) would talk real fast and in circles not making any sense,” police noted in the report.
The man was then arrested for public intoxication and transported to the Faulkner County jail.
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