Subscribe Register Login

Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 4:15 p.m.
Top Picks - Mobile App

Six Conway teens arrested in vehicle break-in

By David Harten

This article was published January 17, 2014 at 11:42 a.m.

Cordario Williams, 18.

Stevie Brown, 18.

Six teenagers ranging in age from 13 to 18 were arrested Thursday night after they were caught breaking into at least one vehicle in Conway, authorities said Friday.

The suspects were caught about 9 p.m., when officers were alerted to an area around South Mitchell and Hillman streets in regard to some people wearing hooded sweatshirts who were “looking into” vehicles, the Conway Police Department said in a statement.

Police arrived to find six teens there, and two 18-year-olds in the group told a officers they were “on their way home” when they came across a group of youths breaking into cars, police say.

An investigation revealed several items, including a wallet, sunglasses and a GPS device, lying on the ground near where a suspected car break-in occurred, police said. Those items were later found to have been stolen out of a car on Mitchell Street. A stolen iPhone was also recovered at the scene from one of the suspects, police said.

Police arrested the two 18-year-old men, Cordario Williams and Stevie Brown, along with the four minors. All six have been charged with breaking and entering, Conway Police Department spokesman Officer LeTresha Woodruff said.

Williams and Brown were taken to the Faulkner County jail, while three of the teenagers were released to their parents, police said. The fourth teenager was taken to a juvenile detention facility over a probation violation.

Conway police said they are investigating whether the teens were responsible for other car break-ins around the city.

Comments on: Six Conway teens arrested in vehicle break-in

To report abuse or misuse of this area please hit the "Suggest Removal" link in the comment to alert our online managers. Read our Terms of Use policy.

Subscribe Register Login

You must login to make comments.

Displaying 1 - 3 of 3 total comments

HM2 says... January 17, 2014 at 8:23 p.m.

All black , all wearing hoodies. What a bunch of useless crap.

( | suggest removal )

Fdworfe says... January 17, 2014 at 9:08 p.m.

Still another in an endless stream of acts of sheer stupidity. The irony is as baffling as it is remarkable. A certain part of our culture has shut itself off—a most blatant kind of separation, self-segregation, if you will—from the rest of the world. It rejects progress of any kind, sneers at opportunity, legitimate authority, order, stability, class, ethics, gainful employment, education, manners, family responsibility—any and all manifestations of civility that contain or lead to hope for a normal and productive life. Slice it how you will, the ugly facts are what they are. If it acts like a disease, spreads like disease, debilitates like a disease, it’s probably a disease. Worse, it’s fast becoming epidemic, maybe pandemic in its stratum. But we don’t like to talk about it. Just a few simple words—a very short phrase or two in far too many instances—have wrecked careers, ruined reputations, virtually bankrupted some who dared to say how bad this problem is and put the blame where it should be—on those headed for their own private hell in a hand basket seemingly incapable of facing responsibility for their actions or accepting even the most basic of truths.

( | suggest removal )

flipflop says... January 18, 2014 at 6:24 a.m.

Just more ghetto monkeys brought into the world by unwed baby mommas for a EBT increase and a welfare check, but wait--day could have been Osama's sons, or even Clinton's

( | suggest removal )

  • page
  • 1
Click here to make a comment

To report abuse or misuse of this area please hit the "Suggest Removal" link in the comment to alert our online managers. Read our Terms of Use policy.

TOP JOBS

  • Therapist

    vantage point of northwest arkansas Is expanding and seeking...
    FAYETTEVILLE, AR

  • Nurse practitioner

    ma/scribe for busy cardiology clinic. Email resume to rbrist...
    LITTLE ROCK, AR

  • Do&pa,apn&np

    do , apn, pa, & Nurse practitionerFax resume 501-771-4885 or...
    NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR

  • Agriculture

    agricultureroyal C Farms, LLC, Crossett, AR is now hiring 75...
    CROSSETT, AR

  • Nationalsalesmanager

    National Sales ManagerKATV-TV, a leading ABC affiliate and s...
    LITTLE ROCK, AR

Search 801 jobs >

Top Picks - Mobile App
Arkansas Online