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North Little Rock crime watch

Armed robberies

Aug. 10

Ruiner Singh of Joyce’s Food Mart, 4414 E. Broadway St., North Little Rock, said someone committed an armed robbery at 7:47 p.m. and stole two Snickers bars.

Aug. 11

A handgun was used to commit an aggravated residential burglary at 12717 Secretariat Drive, North Little Rock, the home of Phyllis Webster, Lagworian Leonard, and Jaimie King, along with two children. An inventory of stolen property is currently being compiled, according to the police report.

Aug. 14

A handgun was used to commit an aggravated robbery at Silver City Courts, 701 W. 18th St., North Little Rock. Tristen Bryant, 19, had stolen her $12,000 GMC Yukon, $40 in cash and $200 cell phone.

Aug. 15

A handgun was used to commit an aggravated robbery at 805 W. 19th St., North Little Rock, where Michael Porchia had stolen some clothes, $100 cell phone and his wallet.

Burglaries

Aug. 6

Brenda Green, 1511 E. Second St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole a $1,000 47-inch television and a $500 air conditioning window unit.

Aug. 7

Mary Smith, 4301 N. Willow St., North Little Rock, said someone broke through the front door to gain entry and steal $200 in charms, $300 class ring, and a $400 laptop.

James Blue, 1618 N. Locust St., North Little Rock, reported someone gained entry into his home through the north living room window. Nothing was reported stolen.

Favorite Cleaners, 3900 Camp Robinson Road, North Little Rock, reported the theft of $60 in cash and some miscellaneous bank paperwork.

Quaneila Bradford, 701 W. 18th St., North Little Rock,, said she had a $100 window air conditioning unit stolen.

Aug. 8

Jeremy Buhro, 4505 Lynn Lane, North Little Rock, told police someone stole his $200 Playstation 3 and $100 worth of PS3 games. Police were able to lift fingerprints from the crime scene as well as obtain DNA samples.

Kenneth Ware, 726 Healy St., North Little Rock, said $50 worth of damage was done to his door frame by someone who gained access and stole his $300 26-inch flat screen television.

Mary Tolbert, 503 W. 34th St., North Little Rock, said her home was broken into which resulted in the theft of two televisions worth $500, $400 in rings from the bedroom, eight pairs of Nike shoes each worth $100, and a $250 Playstation 3.

Aug. 11

Elizabeth James, 2402 Wilshire Ave., North Little Rock, some someone broke through a window and stole a $100 VCR, $100 stereo, $100 worth of tools, $20 wicker cabinet, plastic container, $30 coffee maker, $100 VCR, $300 worth of shoes, $400 set of eyeglasses and $300 in clothes.

Nicholas Baker, 2501 Franklin St., North Little Rock, said someone stole a $100 window air conditioner, checkbook, $100 cable box, and $400 laptop computer.

Mikralyn Flenoy, 627 Donovan Briley Blvd., North Little Rock, said somebody stole her $500 television.

Sharon Williams, 503 Middle St., North Little Rock, said her home got broken into where her $300 32-inch flat screen television, $300 in video games and $300 video game system got stolen.

Kathy Gadberry, 12003 Paul Eells Drive, North Little Rock, said her home got broken into but nothing was stolen.

Aug. 12

John Marble, 531 Water St., North Little Rock, said his door jamb was broken, giving someone access to his home where his $400 television and another $650 television were stolen.

Dennis Harrison, 1205 W. .43rd St., North Little Rock, his home was broken into by someone smashing one of his windows. He had $90 in cash stolen, a safety box, and boxes of blank checks as well as blank deposit slips.

Aug. 13

Sarah Albright, 905 Greenlea Drive, North Little Rock, said someone gained entry into her home and stole a $2,500 56-inch Sony television.

Aug. 14

Kimberly Hood, 800 Beech St., North Little Rock, said her door frame received $100 worth of damage when someone broke into her apartment. Nothing was reported stolen.

The Flash Market, 8701 Maumelle Blvd., North Little Rock, said $400 worth of damage was done to the glass front door where someone broke in and stole lighters, change, beer and cigarettes.

Valerie Jacobs, 3805 Mellene St., North Little Rock, said someone caused $50 worth of damage to her door frame, gained access, and stole $75 in cash.

Christopher James, 4822 Augusta Circle, North Little Rock, said someone broke into his home and stole $1,200.

Aug. 15

Danny Corsbishley, 1927 Fort Roots St., North Little Rock, said someone broke into his house and stole 40 rounds of ammunition, a $100 window air conditioning unit and a $300 revolver.

James Powell, 1321 W. 22nd St., North Little Rock, said his door and door frame was damaged by someone who broke into his home and stole $8 in change and a $400 Comcast cable box.

Aug. 16

Susan Williams, 300 E. 13th St., North Little Rock, said her west rear door was damaged when someone broke into her home and stole $2,000 worth of miscellaneous items and 60 Oxycotin pills worth $6.50.

Roy Rundell, 502 Gordon St., North Little Rock, said his door sustained $500 in damage when his home was burglarized. Nothing was reported missing.

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