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Police Beat (12/19/13)

Posted: December 19, 2013 - 3:49pm

Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Second-degree terroristic threatening, Helen Street.

Police are investigating claims of terroristic threatening after a Conway woman indicated she had been harassed by two black females.

The 21-year-old victim said the incident occurred Saturday morning when two black females threatened to slash the tires of her vehicle and “get her,” the police report states.

•Theft of property, Skyline Drive.

The owner of an air machine, located at On the Run in the 500 block of Skyline Drive, says his machine was recently broken into and its contents stolen.

The 41-year-old victim told police the theft occurred some time in the past three weeks. The police report indicates $1 was stolen from the machine, and $50 worth of damage was caused.

•Aggravated assault, Eve Lane.

A Conway man says his foot was ran over while attempting to repossess a vehicle on Eve Lane early Wednesday morning.

The 43-year-old repo man told police he arrived on scene of the residence to repossess a 2006 Ford truck. The repossessor said he allowed a 33-year-old Conway man, who lived at the home, to remove personal items from the truck, at which point, the man’s wife, a 28-year-old Conway woman, exited the home.

According to the repo man, the woman was wearing a Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office jacket, and identified herself as law enforcement. The woman also stated she was on the phone with her Lieutenant, who was said to be on his way to the residence, according to the repo man.

The woman told police she did not identify herself as law enforcement or state she was on the phone with her Lieutenant, but instead called dispatch to ask questions about repossessions.

Police were able to listen to a recorded portion of the call, during which officers heard the woman state she worked for the sheriff’s office.

The woman told officers she was formerly with the sheriff’s office, as a jailer, until January. Upon arrival, officers observed the woman wearing an FCSO jacket with a badge patch.

The woman told police she “grabbed the closest coat she could find” before going outside, the incident report states.

After his wife came outside, the repo man says the husband entered the truck, revved the engine and backed the truck over his foot, while he slipped in the mud and fell. The victim said his foot was sore, but not broken.

A 24-year-old Ward woman, who stated she was in the repossessor’s truck at the time of the incident, told police she witnessed the husband enter the truck and back it over the repo man’s foot.

The man’s wife told police she did not see her husband run over the man’s foot, but did acknowledge he was on the ground.

After the incident, the man was said to have left the scene in the vehicle. Police were unable to locate the man or the vehicle. The woman told police she was not positive where her husband went in the vehicle, but said it was possible he would go to the sheriff’s office or the police department.

Officers informed the man’s wife that the incident report would be turned over to investigators to review with the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

The woman’s coat was taken, and placed into evidence. No arrests or charges were immediately filed, according to the police report.

•Public intoxication, Elsinger Boulevard.

Police arrested a Conway man for public intoxication Monday night at the Conway Commons.

Officers responded to Arby’s, located in the 800 block of Elsinger Boulevard, around 10:11 p.m. and observed a white male pulling on the restaurant’s doors and yelling at employees inside.

After observing officers, police say the man stopped and walked west toward the street. As officers approached the man, identified as a 42-year-old Conway resident, they observed a strong odor of intoxicants.

Police said the man refused to answer questions, and continued to ask “what’s the problem?”

The man also refused to provide identification, at which point, he was taken into custody and transported the Faulkner County jail.

(Staff writer Lee Hogan can be reached by email at lee.hogan@thecabin.net or by phone at 505-1246. Follow Lee Hogan on Twitter at https://twitter.com/LCD_LeeHogan. To comment on this and other stories in the Log Cabin, log on to www.thecabin.net. Send us your news at www.thecabin.net/submit)

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ucantbserious 12/19/13 - 04:48 pm
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No arrest on the spot for impersonating a law enforcement officer or obstruction (since they had recorded evidence she was lying)? If this lady tried pulling this kind of a stuff as an ex-employee I can only imagine how she acted while she actually worked for the FCSO.

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