The following information was taken from incident reports filed by officers at UCAPD. The reports are made available by university police after they are approved by a supervisor. That process takes a few days, which delays our report. This is a complete report of incidents filed for March 31- April 1.
- Nonstudent Dennis Strom, 56, of Conway contacted officers to report someone had vandalized the away teams dugout on Monday at about 7:48 a.m. Strom showed officers that the visiting teams toilet had been damaged. A baseball bat laid in front of the toilet. Strom told officers that the toilet was fine the previous weekend and that the UCA baseball team had been playing an away game at that time. The damage is estimated at one hundred dollars.
- Student Bradley Dillenberger reported that his text books were stolen on Monday at about 2:18 p.m. Dillenberger said that he parked his car between the baseball house and the parking lot of the baseball field on March 27. He left to go play with the baseball team and when he returned he noticed someone had broken into his car. He saw that the three of his texts books were missing. The books were estimated at $280.
- Student Joshua Bennett, 26, of Conway was arrested for violating a protection order on Monday. Officers made a traffic stop near the UCA soccer field. Bennett was in the car with Ashley Stone, 19, of Conway. After running their drivers licenses, officers found out that Stone had a protection order out against Bennett. Officers found that the order went into effect in California. Bennett and Stone told officers that the order was only valid in California. The officers told them that wasn’t true and arrested Bennett.
- Student Callie Clifton, 20, of Conway contacted officers to let them know that she accidentally hit another car on Tuesday. Clifton told officers that while she was backing out of the North Overflow parking lot she accidentally hit a car belonging to Marliyn Osborne. Damages to Clifton’s car were estimated at $300 and damages to Osborne’s car were estimated at $200.
- Student Christian Banks, 22, of Conway reported his car had been damaged on Tuesday at about 3:53 p.m. Banks told officers that he noticed his passenger side taillight had been scuffed and had black streaks on it.