1. Breaking or entering a vehicle at 700 block of Second Avenue. The victim stated someone stole his backpack containing his school books and calculator from his unlocked vehicle.
2. Breaking or entering a building or structure at 500 block of First Avenue. The victim stated someone entered his camper parked at the residence and stole a handgun and bullets.
3. Harassment or surveillance at 2300 block of Quattlebaum Cove. The victim stated he was driving in Conway when he passed a U-haul truck in the turning lane "to keep from hitting the U-haul." The victim told police he maneuvered around the truck after it pulled in front of him. According to the incident report, the driver of the U-haul followed the victim to his residence and took photographs of his family and house from the street.
4. Theft of property at 2200 block of Stout Street. The landlord at the property contacted police after a washer and dryer stored under a tarp at the residence were stolen.
5. Terroristic threatening at 800 Museum Rd., Hank's Fine Furniture. According to store employees, a man would not leave the store and was threatening people inside because employees would not give him new bed slats.
6. Residential burglary at 2900 block of Pheasant Road. The victims told police someone entered the home and stole two laptops and a fish bowl full of change. There were no signs of forced entry. The victims told police the home was also burglarized in January.
7. Criminal mischief at 1500 block of Hogan Lane. The victim, field director for Senator Jason Rapert, told police several campaign signs have been destroyed or torn down in the area.
8. Fraudulent use of a credit card. Fourteen victims in a recent banking scam reported unauthorized charges out of California and Oklahoma. More than $8000 was reported stolen in the reports filed over the weekend.9. Found property at 1700 block of Arden Lane. A resident in the area contacted police after he found a small handgun in his yard while weed-eating.
10. Residential burglary at 4400 block of Oregon Trail. The victim told police someone broke a window to her residence and took jewelry and an iPod. Police found blood on the broken window.
11. Shoplifting at 601 Elsinger Blvd., Belk. An employee at the store told police a male subject took 20 silver bracelets valued at $50 each and 10 necklaces valued between $50 and $100 each from the jewelry counter.
12. Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart. Loss prevention employees told police a man was observed leaving the store with two laptops. The report stated the subject was located later in a Walmart in Little Rock and arrested.