Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Shoplifting at 2560 Donaghey Ave., Dollar General.
An employee told police two females with three small children attempted to leave the business with unpaid merchandise. According to the Conway Police Department incident report, one of the subjects was checking out and allegedly distracting the employee while the other subject left with the property. The employee attempted to stop the two subjects, but was unable to stop them before they left the area. While leaving, one of the subjects dropped some store property. The stolen goods included children's clothing valued at around $54.
2. Shoplifting at 501 Elsinger Blvd., Target.
Loss prevention employees detained a female for attempting to steal a cell phone. According to employees, the female subject concealed a Net10 cell phone and passed all points of sale without paying. The cell phone, valued at $30, was returned to the store. The subject was arrested.
3. Harassing communications.
A woman filed a complaint with Conway police after she said she received about 20 calls in two weeks from someone who claims the victim has lost her debit card. According to the victim, the phone calls come late at night or early in the morning. A cross-reference revealed the number is registered to a cell phone in Ghana.
4. Careless and prohibited driving at 1800 Bill Lucy Drive.
A woman called police after she said a white truck drive through her neighborhood at a high rate of speed and almost hit one of her children. The woman told police when the truck came back through the neighborhood, she went into the street and attempted to stop the vehicle, but the motorist drove into and through the yard and crossed the ditch before driving back onto the road. The woman advised her daughter was standing between the roadway and where the subject drove through the yard. The woman gave police license plate information, and she was advised of the warrants process.