Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• Fraudulent use of a credit card, various locations and banks.
Four victims, including two from out of state, filed reports of unauthorized charges to their bank accounts.
The charges ranged from $54.03 to $521.72, and occurred at various locations, including at Conway’s Home Depot and a Knoxville, Tenn. Wal-Mart.
One victim also made reference to a jury duty scam that the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office recently warned residents about.
• Vehicle breaking or entering, Meadowlake Road. A Conway man says almost $300 worth of personal property was stolen from his vehicle between Sunday and Thursday.
The 34-year-old victim told police he parked his vehicle in front of his apartment complex Sunday, and remembered locking both doors. However, when he returned to the vehicle Thursday, the victim found both doors unlocked and several items missing.
Those items included an iPod, iPod charger, clothes and a tool kit. The items were valued at $295 in the police report.
• Public intoxication, Norbert Circle. Conway police arrested a Maumelle man Thursday night for public intoxication after officers found him lying in a driveway in the 1300 block of Norbert Circle.
Police say they discovered the 22-year-old white male, in a t-shirt and gym shorts, in the fetal position.
Police attempted to wake the man numerous times, but were initially unsuccessful.
“I nudged the person on his buttocks with my boot, but he did not wake,” the police report states. “I again nudged him, and he simply rolled over, steadfast in his slumber.”
Officers responded to an accident in the area earlier in the night, and suspected the intoxicated, sleeping man may be the same person responsible for the accident and abandoned vehicle, the police report states.
After referencing the previous report and the driver’s license of the man the vehicle was registered to, police were able to identify the intoxicated man was indeed the same person.
As officers placed handcuffs on the individual, he awoke. Police say the man complied with officers, but did not know why he was being arrested.
Police informed the man he was being taken into custody for public intoxication, but the report states he continued to ask why he was being arrested.
The man was transported to the Faulkner County jail where he was also charged with reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident.
• Residential burglary, Rosewood Drive. A Conway couple says their home was entered Tuesday, while away at dinner, and more than $2,300 in jewelry was stolen.
The 66-year-old victim told police she and her husband left for dinner around 7 p.m., and did not lock the door. The victim says they returned home around 8:30 p.m. to find a jewelry box from their bedroom gone.
The victim said nothing else appeared to be disturbed in the home.
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