Among reports recently released by the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office:
1. Larceny at 20 block of Belair Drive, Conway. Victim reported Oct. 8 that someone stole scrap metal, a chainsaw and a shop vac from his property. The victim said the scrap metal was in the yard behind his residence, while the chainsaw and shop vac were kept in a shed on the property.
. Fraudulent use of a credit card at 30 block of Sante Fe Trail, Vilonia. Victim reported Oct. 12 that several unauthorized charges had been made using her debit card number. A transaction in the amount of $74.99 was made to XBox Live, four charges totaling $662.22 were made to Blizzard and a charge of $99.95 was made to EShop. All of the transactions were made online.
. Larceny at Highway 25 North and Mt. Pleasant Road, Quitman. Victim reported Oct. 12 that a young calf, a two-year-old calf and a bull were missing from her pasture.
. Theft from a building at 30 block of Middle Road, Conway. An employee wiht Klassmeyer Construction reported Oct. 13 that someone cut the locks to the company’s explosives magazine and removed two boxes of blasting agent. One box held 75 containers of ammonium nitrate, while the other contained 75 tubes of nitromethane.
. Breaking and entering at 190 block of Skunk Hollow Road, Conway. Victim reported Oct. 13 that his residence had been broken into. The victim said a 42-inch LCD television was missing.
. Theft from a motor vehicle at 1 block of Pine Shadow Drive, Greenbrier. Victim reported Oct. 14 that someone entered her unlocked vehicle and stole her purse. The victim said the car was parked in her garage, but the garage door was left open. The Coach purse contained the victim’s business and personal checkbooks, debit and credit cards, a real estate lock box key and $30 cash.
. Burglary/breaking and entering at 160 block of McDermott Trail, Mayflower. Victim reported Oct. 14 that someone entered his residence and took several guns. Two muzzleloaders, a RowBuck rifle and a .22 caliber rifle were reported stolen. The victim said the back door of the residence, where the suspect gained entry, was left unlocked.