CONWAY — Police have arrested four Conway residents, one of them a juvenile, and charged them with multiple thefts and break-ins, according to information from the Conway Police Department.
The men were charged after investigators found multiple items reported stolen from various residences and vehicles on a warrant to search for items stolen from an Oak Street location.
The men and their charges include:
• Phil Graham, 21, charged with possession of stolen property and obtaining goods under false pretenses in connection with an I Pad that was stolen Sept. 3 from a vehicle on Bayside Avenue and later sold at a local game store. Graham also was found to be absent without leave from the military for not reporting back to his assigned duty station, the police report said.
• Levi Hills, 18, charged with possession of stolen property for jewelry he had that was reported stolen Sept. 22 form a residence on Ernest Finney Avenue. Hills had a small amount of marijuana on him when he was arrested, the report said, and was subsequently charged with simple possession of marijuana.
• Roshad Baldwin, 17, charged with petit larceny, pointing and presenting a firearm and possession of stolen property from an Aug. 3 incident where it was reported he pointed a handgun at a victim, took the victim’s I Pad and threatened to kill him if he told anyone. Baldwin had several plastic bags of marijuana when he was arrested and also was charged the possession with the intent to distribute marijuana.
• A 15-year-old who was charged with burglary from an Aug. 12 break-in at a residence on Aaron Street. He was released to his mother.
The four further were charged with a number of other thefts and break-ins, the report said.
Contact STEVE JONES at 444-1765.