From Conway Police Department reports
Woman says mirror damaged in road rage incident
A woman reported a man driving a motorcycle knocked one of the review mirrors off her vehicle during a road rage incident Thursday night.
According to an incident report, the woman was westbound on Siebenmorgen Road when the incident occurred. In her statement, she said the driver in front of her slowed to turn into the Conway Human Development Center when the motorcycle driving behind her drove around her. As the suspect cyclist passed her, she honked her horn at him.
"The suspect [then] pulled to the right side of the roadway and stopped until [the victim] passed," the incident report reads. "After [the victim] had passed the suspect, the suspect accelerated past her again on the left hand side. While passing, the suspect slapped the driver's side mirror of the vehicle. The mirror fell off and [the] plastic casing fell off the vehicle."
The woman was unable to give a description of the suspect "due to the current lighting conditions."
Chick-Fil-A employees not egg-cited about prank
Authorities we called out to the Chick-Fil-A on Oak Street on Friday after the restaurant was reportedly egged over night.
According to an incident report, the main door along with the drive-thru window were egged sometime between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m.
The restaurant manager who called police did not report any damages to the structure of the building, "just [that it was] a mess that had to be cleaned up before the store was opened."
The restaurant manager said she was unsure of who the suspect was and that she "thinks it may stem from a customer being upset with an employee," noting there was "something on Snapchat about it" from what she's heard.
Teen reports money, game system stolen
An 18-year-old woman reportedly woke up Friday afternoon to three men rummaging through her home.
According to an incident report, the woman was sleeping around 3:30 p.m. in the "farthest bedroom" of her Fendley Drive apartment "when a black male with short black hair and an orange shirt opened the bedroom door."
The woman told police she woke up when she heard her bedroom door opened and that she saw three males "approximately 18 to 21 years of age" flee her apartment after learning she was there. When the woman's 18-year-old roommate got home, "the two discovered that $800 in cash was missing from [the victim's] nightstand." According to the incident report, they also found a Nintendo gaming system was also gone.
The victim, who said the apartment was unlocked when the unknown males intruded, was unable to give officers a detailed description of the suspects.
The officer asked the woman to call the police department if she thought of anything after he left that could help with this case.
Suspicious items found outside of bowling alley
Conway police reportedly seized items found under a fuse box at the bowling alley Friday night.
According to an incident report, a customer leaving the Conway Family Bowling Center on Friday noticed some items "that were slightly tucked behind the lower fuse box" and alerted the assistant manager.
After finding the items — a pair of bolt cutters that were approximately 18 inches long, a black Coyote Ugly T-shirt and a gray toboggan with "what looked like [two] eye holes cut out" of it — the manager immediately called authorities.
The responding officer seized the items as evidence and provided staff with the report number linked to the incident before leaving the scene Friday night.