Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• A Conway woman contacted police first by phone then in person to report that she was upset with her boyfriend for spending $200 on food for a coworker instead of paying to have her hair done. The woman told police she was on the road next to her boyfriend’s place of business when a coworker reportedly approached her vehicle and threatened to “kick her a**,” and call the police. The woman said the man told her not to ocme back to the business, and also attempted to enter her vehicle by pulling on the door handle. The woman told the officer she had already given her information by phone to another officer for a report, but asked the officer to make contact with the coworker. The officer contacted the man at the business, who claimed the woman entered the business “cussing over the food her boyfriend bought.” The woman reportedly left with the food and was in her vehicle parked on the business’ property but would not leave. Everyone at the business told police the woman has called the business and cussed at them, and reported several incidents of the woman entering the business and “acting out” in front of customers over a period of two years. The officer made contact with the woman and advised her not to re-enter the business or to call the business again or she would be arrested for criminal trespass. Before hanging up on the officer, the woman reportedly said, “They are lying to you and you believe them because you are white and they are. You are racist.”
• Police were dispatched to Bank of America on Harkrider Street Wednesday night after two asian males were dropped off and left outside of the business, and were “acting suspicious.” The men, both employees of New China restaurant, were found standing near an ATM. Both reportedly spoke very little English, but did understand enough for the officer to obtain their identification information. The information was submitted to ACIC/NCIC, which returned a warrant for one of the men by the Department of Homeland Security/Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. There was no return on the other subject’s identification. The warrant was confirmed by I.C.E. and a detainer was placed on the man pending pickup by an area immigration agent. He was taken into custody and property including two iPhones, a wallet containing $2,840 in cash, two packs of cigarettes and some loose change was turned over to the man’s employer, who had arrived at the scene to retrieve the men.
• A woman at Walmart on Skyline Drive reported to officers that she had pulled in to the fire lane outside of the store when a man kicked the front corner panel of her Toyota Prius and told her, “I don’t care who you’re picking up, you can’t park here.” The woman said she followed the man to get his license plate number. She was advised of the warrants process.
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