Among the reports filed by the Conway Police Department:
• Forgery at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
An employee told police a female subject purchased Blue Bell ice cream and paid with a $100 bill.
The cashier and manager both viewed the bill thinking it may have been fake, but when the manager marked the bill with a test pen, it was found to be real.
After looking over the bill carefully, a Conway Police Department officer determined the bill was once a $1 bill, and it had been washed and reprinted on to look like a $100 bill.
The woman had already left the scene, but video of the incident was entered into evidence.
• Breaking or entering at 350 block of Pointe West Drive.
A woman filed a complaint with Conway police after someone entered her vehicle at the 350 block of Pointe West Drive and threw up in a seat overnight.
She said the unknown subject did not take anything, but vomited in her passenger side seat and left an unopened Miller Lite beer can in the driver seat.
The beer can was placed into evidence.
• Breaking or entering at 400 block of Second Street.
The victim told police someone entered her vehicle and stole her Apple iPad Air while her vehicle was parked at Chapel Ridge Apartments. The victim said she left her car unlocked, and the suspect left the iPad case behind in the vehicle.
• Theft of property at 1105 Skyline Drive, Motel 6.
The victim told police a woman who had been staying with him in his hotel room stole his possessions while he was at Walmart. He said he had only known the subject for a few days and had no idea where she could have gone. According to the police report, the subject took his clothing, his telephone, $158 in food items and prescription narcotics.
• Theft of property from a motor vehicle at 860 block of Fendley Drive.
The victim reported someone stole her center caps on the rims of her Cadillac while it was parked in the area. The caps are valued at $80.
• Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
Loss prevention employees stopped a woman who passed all points of sale without paying for clothing items. The woman was found to have a warrant out of Vilonia Police Department. She was arrested and booked at Unit 2.
• Theft of motor fuel at 1030 Skyline Drive, Flash Market Citgo.
An employee reported someone in a dark blue sedan left without paying for $25.04 in fuel.
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