Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• First-degree criminal mischief, multiple locations.
Conway police dealt with two reports of criminal mischief, one in the city’s historic district and one near the edge of the district’s southernmost area.
Both victims reported having a vehicle window broken.
The first report was filed with police by a 27-year-old Hot Springs Village man in the 1800 block of Scott Street. The victim said he believed the incident occurred between 11:15 p.m. Saturday and 7:30 a.m. Sunday.
The victim told police that the vehicle remained locked, and “nothing was disturbed inside his vehicle,” the police report states.
Police were unable to locate any item that could have been used to break the glass.
The second report was filed around 9:12 a.m. when police observed “shattered glass” beside a vehicle in the 800 block of Davis Street.
An officer made contact with the vehicle’s owner who said he heard a “loud noise” around 2:30 a.m. The victim said he went outside and discovered the driver’s side window of his vehicle had been broken.
The victim told police he saw a car, northbound on Davis Street, turn eastbound onto Caldwell Street. The vehicle was described as a dark-colored car, possibly a Ford Taurus, the police report states. The victim was unable to provide a license plate number.
The victim noted nothing was missing from his vehicle and he did not report the incident earlier in the morning because “I thought the police would be busy with more important things,” the police report states.
Police were unable to process the scene, because the vehicle had been moved.
No possible suspects were listed in either report.
• Public intoxication, Conway Boulevard and Bruce Street.
Conway police arrested a 30-year-old local woman for public intoxication, who was reported by residents to be drinking and walking around in the area of Conway Boulevard and Bruce Street.
Officers made contact with the woman around 10:21 p.m. Saturday.
Police noted the woman’s slurred and mumbled speech, and troubles with her balance in the police report.
The woman initially told officers she had one beer and two different types of prescribed medicine, but later admitted to having more than one beer, in addition to the medication.
While speaking with the woman, officers said “her level of intoxication seemed to go up, to the point she couldn’t tell us how old her kids were, and she almost fell down,” the police report states.
The woman was then taken into custody for public intoxication and transported to the Faulkner County jail.
• Fraudulent use of a credit card, Chesnut Street.
A Conway woman says she recently discovered multiple unauthorized transactions on her bank account, according to a Conway Police Department incident report.
The 43-year-old victim filed the report with police Friday after noticing $580 in charges on her account.
• Theft of property, Davis Street.
A Conway man says more than $400 in tools were recently stolen from his residence in the 500 block of Davis Street.
Police made contact with the 50-year-old victim around 11:06 a.m. Saturday.
The victim believes the tools, which included a leaf blower and hedge trimmer, were stolen from his front yard between 11 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday.
Police were unable to obtain evidence from the scene. The victim stated that none of the items were locked or secured.
• Vehicle breaking or entering, Bellemeade Drive.
A Conway man says locks were recently broken off his trailer, and more than $700 worth of tools were stolen.
The 24-year-old victim told police the items missing included a hedge trimmer, weed eater and leaf blower. The victim said the trailer, from which the items were stolen, was parked in his car port, with locks on both doors.
Police said the trailer had a large cage with doors on both sides of the front end of the trailer. Officers were unable to locate cut locks on the ground, and the victim stated he had not seen them.
The items in the police report were valued at $738.98.
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