Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• A 57-year-old woman at the 400 block of Robins Street contacted police to report she was being harassed by a 60-year-old neighbor. According to the report, the woman told police the man had verbally accosted her outside of her home and advised that she did not want him on her property “anymore.” The woman also told police that the man gave her a black eye “three weeks ago,” abuses drugs and alcohol, attempted to rape her, exposed himself and solicited her for sexual favors, is racist, and “gives his food stamps to another female in the trailer park.” She also alleged the man took two of her pills and “is mean to her cat.” The woman was unable to provide a date or time for any of the alleged acts, aside from the alleged harassment in her yard earlier in the day. Police made contact with the man, who advised he had never been to her home and he tries to stay away from her because “she is mentally unstable.” Three other individuals at the scene told police the man had been with them throughout the day and that they had not seen the woman. The man advised he “has never been there and had no intentions of ever going there.” He was issued a criminal trespass warning and was advised to avoid the woman.
• A man at Stonewood Drive contacted police to report that an unknown person or persons had stolen $6,400 from a fireproof box in his residence. The man said he suspected a nephew, who was staying with him, stole the money. The man told police that $200 of the money belonged to his nephew, who had been saving money to pay criminal fines in another jurisdiction. The man also advised that he had spoken to his nephew about the missing money several times, but the nephew denied the theft each time he was confronted. The man was issued a report number and was advised on follow-up procedures.
• Police were dispatched to a disturbance at Simon Park, where a woman reportedly climbed on Kris Allen Stage during a public performance. According to the report, a 51-year-old woman carrying a red purse and wearing felt pants disrupted a play being performed on and around the stage Saturday morning. She reportedly told police that laws were being broken because “invisible” things were happening and that two gangs were having a fight in the park. The woman also told police that another person living inside of her is a psychiatrist, and the psychiatrist “helps take care of cops.” The report says the woman was “gathering cigarette stubs” in her purse. She was taken into custody for her own protection and was transported to Faulkner County jail, to be held for Counseling Associates.
• Police responding to a previous call about a disturbance at the 2600 block of Dave Ward Drive (Lake Pointe Apartments) were flagged down by apartment tenants who advised that an unknown white female who appeared to be “extremely intoxicated” had passed out on their couch after she knocked on their door and they let her in. The tenants told police they had never seen the woman before and had attempted to wake her up, but were unable to do so. According to the report, police attempted to wake the woman, who had vomit in her hair and on her T-shirt, but were unsuccessful in doing so after attempts at grabbing her arm and poking her in the ribs. One of the officers was eventually able to wake the woman, who “seemed surprised” upon seeing police. When asked if she knew where she was, she reportedly told police officers that she was at a friend’s house at The Grove apartment complex, located at the 2300 block of Dave Ward Drive. When police told the woman that she was not at The Grove and that the people in the apartment did not know her, she “realized she was not where she thought she was,” and was taken into custody. In the patrol car, the 18-year-old woman told police she had been drinking at a fraternity party and had left the house with friends, but they “wanted to go somewhere else,” so she left on foot towards The Grove and ended up at Lake Pointe Apartments. The woman told police she “didn't really remember” how she got there or “much” because she was “so intoxicated.” The woman was cited for public intoxication at Faulkner County Jail and was held on a $200 cash or professional bond.