Among the reports filed by the Conway Police Department:
• Found property at 2550 Prince St. (Walmart Neighborhood Market)
Police made contact with the store manager, who stated he located a small, clear bag with a “green vegetable matter” that appeared to be marijuana at about 11:15 p.m. near the exit door. The police labeled the value of the substance at $10.
• Public intoxication at 2125 Harkrider St. (Conway Coin Laundry).
Police made contact with a man lying under a table in the laundrymat. When the officer asked him to stand, the man attempted to, but nearly fell over. He had a strong odor of intoxicants, and he contained bloodshot eyes. He slurred when he spoke. When asked questions, he would mumble things that made no sense. When the officer asked his name, the man stared back at him. Police located a library card with his name, and they placed him in custody.
• Residential burglary at the 3100 block of Irby Drive.
Police made contact with a woman who was in the process of moving items to another location when she discovered that someone entered her apartment and stole several items. When she entered the residence, she noticed the wooden chest in the kitchen area had been emptied out onto the floor, and a wooden trunk was missing. She also reported several electronic items were missing as well. Police noted there was no forced entry to the residence.
• Public intoxication at 235 Farris Rd. (Bears Den Pizza).
Officers were dispatched to Bears Den Pizza after a report of a fight. When police arrived, they found many people in the parking lot shouting and yelling at each other. Two black males not wearing shirts were yelling at a group of white males, who were yelling back.
Officers made contact with the victim, who stated that a man took a swing at a bouncer, and when he tried to break up the confrontation, he was struck in the left eye.
The manager stated they were trying to empty the establishment so they could close at about 3 a.m., but some still remained. When the employees began to become more forceful, the black males became agitated and aggressive.
The man accused of striking the victim said that the bouncer had called him a racial slur and tried to push him out the door while he was trying to find his disabled brother.
Officers tried to place the man under arrest, due to the level of intoxication and the actions witnessed, but he got in the back of his brother’s car and would not get out. Other officers arrived and removed him from the car, placing him under arrest for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and resisting arrest.