Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Vehicle breaking or entering, Grandview Heights Drive.
Two residents on Grandview Heights Drive reported items stolen from their vehicles between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, resulting in more than $25,000 worth of stolen property.
More than $24,000 worth of the stolen property occurred when a Southwestern Energy employee said his company vehicle was entered, and several work tools and equipment was stolen.
The victim, who lives in the 600 block of Grandview Heights Drive, said he did not notice the items missing until arriving on a job site Wednesday.
The stolen items included a GPS antenna and case, and a pipeline locator. The items totaled $24,250 in value, the police report states.
The police report does not state if the vehicle was locked.
A Conway man says more than $800 worth of items was stolen when his vehicle, located in the 100 block of Grandview Heights Drive, was entered.
The 41-year-old victim said he discovered his vehicle had been entered Wednesday. A bag of Kobalt tools, radio wiring connections and radio equipment, all valuing $845, was stolen.
Police said suspects also damaged the carpet and door molding when tearing out radio wiring.
The victim said he locked his door around 7:15 p.m., however, the victim also said his keyless entry reaches from inside his residence, and he may have accidentally unlocked the vehicle.
Police said no signs of forced entry were found.
•First-degree criminal mischief, Old Morrilton Highway.
Police say Aaron’s, located at 1340 Old Morrilton Highway, was vandalized with graffiti between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
A store employee told police he noticed the graffiti, on the east and west sides of the building, when he opened the store at 9 a.m.
Police said it appeared suspects climbed up a roof access ladder to vandalize the store. Shoe marks were visible on the wall and ladder, the police report states.
The vandalization resulted in $300 worth of damage, according to the police report.
•Public intoxication, Main Street.
A Benton man was arrested early Wednesday morning for public intoxication by Conway police after being found asleep in the back of his car in the Regions Bank parking lot on Main Street.
Police located the man around 2:44 a.m., and stated he was asleep, face down, in the back seat of his vehicle. Police noted there was drool and vomit on the side of the door.
“I could also smell a strong odor of intoxicants coming from the subject,” an officer wrote in the police report.
Police attempted to wake the 26-year-old man several times, but were unsuccessful. MEMS was dispatched to check on the individual, the police report states.
MEMS advised police the man was fine, answered all questions and refused to go to the hospital.
The police report states it took multiple officers to help the man from his vehicle, “since he was unable to get out under his own power.”
The man was then transported to the Faulkner County jail before being sent to the hospital for an examination. After being cleared by hospital staff, the man was transported back to jail, the police report states.
•Fraudulent use of credit card, Chestnut Street.
A Conway man says he recently discovered more than $1,000 in unauthorized charges on his bank account.
The 23-year-old victims said he noticed the charges while checking his online bank statement, and discovered several charges to online retailers. In all, the charges totaled $1,093.63.
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