Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
Shoplifting at 801 Elsinger Blvd., Kohl’s.
Kohl’s employees notified police after they observed a woman pick up rings and panties and go into the little girls’ fitting room and then leave the fitting room with nothing in hand.
An employee stopped the subject and took her to the store office where she was able to get the rings, according to an incident report.
The report stated the employee then escorted the woman to the fitting rooms where the subject “removed the panties from her person” and returned them to the employee.
The subject had an active warrant and was transported to Unit 2 for booking.
Terroristic threatening. A man filed a complaint with Conway police after he said an employee of Rent-a-Center called and threatened him.
The victim told police a woman who said she was a Rent-a-Center employee called him because he was late on a payment for property he obtained from Rent-a-Center.
The victim told police that while he was talking to the woman she became angry and said, “Don’t let me find you.”
The victim said he called the woman back and asked what she meant by her previous statement and she replied, “It won’t be good if I find you,” and hung up the phone.
The victim was advised of the warrants process.
Shoplifting at 1325 Old Morrilton Highway, Lowe’s. Conway police were dispatched to the business after an employee heard the theft alarm sound and saw a man leave the store with a chainsaw valued at $500. The employee told police he attempted to catch up with the subject, but the man left in a white Chevrolet truck.
Theft of property at 201 Skyline Drive, Cinemark. A woman filed a report with police after she said her purse was stolen from beneath her seat in a movie theater. The woman told police she was at a matinee without many people inside the theater, but that there was a couple sitting beside her. The victim told police when she got up to leave, her purse was gone. Three days later, the report states, the purse was discovered by Mike’s Place employees behind the downtown business. Cash was missing from the purse, according to the report.
Fraudulent use of a credit card.
The victim told police her Centennial Bank account had 27 fraudulent charges that totaled $5,353.43.
Residential burglary at 1020 block of South Donaghey.
The victim told police he left his home for a brief time, and when he returned, his television was missing from the living room. The victim told police his roommate was home and the doors were unlocked. The victim’s roommate reported hearing the doorbell ring while the victim was gone, but he never heard anyone enter the apartment.