Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Possession of drug paraphernalia.
An officer initiated a traffic stop after observing adults smoking in a vehicle with two young children, ages 5 or 6. According to the Conway Police Department incident report, one of two other adult passengers had a warrant, and another passenger had a brown pipe with residue on his person. The report states evidence was taken and all were released from the scene.
2. Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
Loss prevention employees stopped a subject attempting to leave the store with two bottles of iodine without paying for them. The subject had two active fugitive warrants.
3. Theft of motor fuel at 1305 E. Oak St., Gulf Quick Mart.
An employee reported a subject in a Chevy SUV stole $85 in gasoline. The license plate number was recorded.
4. Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
Loss prevention employees stopped a man who attempted to leave the store without paying for a vehicle brake part.
5. Shoplifting at 850 Oak Street, Walgreens.
The store's assistant manager told police a store regular asked for items that were out of stock, but came back a short time later and walked around the store. The manager said he kept his eyes on the customer and watched him go into the restroom after walking the store's aisles. After the subject left the restroom, the manager walked in and saw packaging in the bathroom trash can that had just been cleaned. The manager confronted the subject, and the subject told him he flushed a USB cable down the toilet. He returned a USB outlet adapter to the manager. The manager did not want to press charges, but wanted to be sure the customer was not allowed in the store anymore.
6. Theft of property at 2501 Dave Ward Drive, Cellular Depot.
An employee at the business told police a male entered the store and acted like he was comparing an iPhone 4 and an iPhone 5 in order to purchase one or the other when he ran out of the store with both phones.
7. Terroristic threatening first-degree.
A man filed a complaint with Conway police after he said he got a threatening phone call from an unknown male. According to the victim, he accidentally ran over a white dog earlier in the day on Second Avenue. The victim said the dog ran away when he stopped his vehicle. The victim gave his card to two females who came out of an apartment to check on the dog, according to the report.The male who allegedly threatened the victim said he needed to "cough up" $2,200 to pay for the dog or the caller would "blow his brains out."The caller also told the victim that the dog belonged to his son who was due to be released from jail soon. The caller allegedly made threats against the victim and his family. According to the report, the dog was a bull terrier.
8. Fraudulent use of a credit card.
Six reports were filed with Conway police over the weekend by victims who claimed their bank accounts were used without authorization. Charges were recorded in Maryland, Missouri, Indiana and North Carolina.