Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Fraudulent use of a credit card, Salem Road.
A Conway man, and college student, recently filed a report with the Conway Police Department after noticing an unauthorized charge on his bank account Thursday.
The 21-year-old victim told police he lost his wallet the previous night, and the last place he remembered having it was at Hendrix.
The victim said he noticed a withdrawal of $1 at a Conway gas station, but needed an incident report before receiving a refund from his bank.
•Vehicle breaking or entering, Rich Smith Lane.
Conway police are investigating a vehicle break-in that occurred some time Wednesday night in the 2000 block of Rich Smith Lane.
The 25-year-old victim said the break-in resulted in her wallet being stolen from her vehicle.
The victim said she arrived at her apartment around 10:45 p.m. Wednesday, and noticed the passenger side window broken out around 9:30 a.m. Thursday.
The victim said the wallet, which contained various personal items, was the only item taken. The wallet was valued at $20 in the police report. No mention of money or estimation of damage from the broken window was included in the report.
•First-degree terroristic threatening, Second Street.
A Conway woman says her 12-year-old daughter was recently threatened by a neighbor.
The woman said the neighbor threatened to shoot her daughter, and throw her in a pool. The neighbor also threatened to have her daughters “jump (the victim) at the bus stop,” the police report states.
The victim’s mother said the girl was kept home from school Thursday to avoid an incident. Police advised the mother to notify the school resource officer.
•Third-degree battery, Dave Ward Drive.
Conway police responded to a report of criminal trespass at Lake Pointe Apartments in the 2600 block of Dave Ward Drive on Wednesday evening.
The apartment manager, a 54-year-old Conway woman, told police she received complaints of multiple individuals loitering in the parking lot, and had arrived to ask the individuals to leave the area.
Another individual on scene, a 21-year-old Conway woman, and apartment resident, claimed she was pushed by the apartment manager while being asked to leave the parking lot.
The apartment manager said the loiterers included the woman’s brother and three other individuals, however, the manager claimed “things got out of hand” when the brother called his sister to come to the parking lot.
The woman said the apartment manager began getting onto her brother and his friends for loitering and being loud in the parking lot, and told officers she got between the two parties, at which point she claims she was shoved by the apartment manager.
The apartment manager maintained to police the argument never became physical.
Police advised both parties of the warrants process, and issued criminal trespass warnings to the woman’s brother and his friends.
Around 11 p.m. the same night, officers were notified by the woman that she had just left the hospital after having an anxiety attack as a result of the earlier altercation. The woman told officers the hospital staff informed her she had a bruised chest, which caused muscle spasms. The woman was released with medication, the police report states.
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