Loss prevention employees at Walmart, 1155 Skyline Drive, contacted police when a man was observed opening a pack of fuses and placing some in his pocket.
An officer waited with a loss prevention employee for the subject to exit the store, and when he was approached, the subject denied concealing the items.
According to a Conway Police Department incident report, the man's wallet was removed from his pocket by police, and officers found a large amount of cash, cards, and several of the concealed auto fuses.
The report states the subject began to fall to the floor and said he was going to faint when the officer attempted to search the subject's other pockets.
"I continued to try to search him and every time I tried to remove the contents of his right front pocket he either grabbed at my hand, or tried to put his hand in his pocket on top of mine," the report states. "I told him several times to stand still and keep his hands on the cabinet. Everytime I told him this he started acting like he was fainting."
The officer wrote the subject continued to flop and squirm and fell to the floor.
The officer rolled the subject over and placed him in handcuffs, according to the report.
The officer then searched the subject's pockets, but found nothing illegal in them, the report stated.
The subject asked police if he could call his girlfriend to come pick up the cart of groceries he had already purchased so that they did not spoil.
When the woman arrived, she showed to have an active warrant out of Mayflower, and she was also arrested.
A friend of the two who was waiting in the parking lot took the groceries, according to the report.