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Crime Watch

North Little Rock

Aggravated robberies

Nov. 15

Jerry Puller, 716 E. Bethany Road, told police someone broke into his home and stole $30 in ammunition and a $400 Ruger pistol.

Nov. 14

James Kittler, 18, and Roderick Walker, 19, told police that a 27-year-old male robbed them with a handgun at 607 W. 21st St.

James Brogdon, 47 Kings River Road, told police someone broke in and stole a $450 table saw and $350 electric pressure washer.

Joshua Myers, 1223 W. 7th St., said $100 of damage was done to his door frame. Upon entry, someone stole a $500 flat screen television, $700 laptop, and $200 Wii video game system.

Mary Mowery, 63 Falling Creek, told police someone broke in and stole a $100 Dremel tool, $10 sheet of laminate and $10 worth of food. She also told police $70 worth of silverware, 10 music CDs and a Collector’s baseball bat were stolen.

Shaveta McKay, 5912 MacArthur Drive, said $25 of damage was done to her window when someone broke in and stole 50 Xbox 360 games worth $500, $150 Sony Playstation 3, and $50 iPod Touch.

Stanley Hawkes, 5502 Green Valley Drive, told police $30 of damage was done to his padlocks when someone gained entry and stole two back pack blowers worth $1,000 and a $300 24-inch hedge trimmer.

Nov. 13

Odus Pack, 324 N. Buckeye St., reported someone stole two forklift batteries valued at $250 apiece.

Nov. 12

Golden Corral, 5001 Warden Road, reported someone broke in by causing $100 worth of damage to the doors. The restaurant is doing an inventory of stolen items.

Marleachia McJunkins, 1912 ½ Parker St. said someone broke in and stole a $100 pair of boots, $300 laptop, and $200 flat screen television.

Derrick Burton, 1603 W. Long 17th St., said someone caused $100 of damage to his door lock when they broke into his home. Nothing was reported stolen.

Nov. 11

Tayna Handcox, 1619 E. Washington Ave., said someone stole four 15-inch tire rims and a $10 chain.

Roberto Perez, 1314 W. 12th St., told police $50 of damage was done to his storage room door when someone broke in and stole $40 worth of tools and a box containing $50 of copper pipes.

Nov. 10

Guanacos Billbards, 3405 Pike Ave., reported someone stole the $300 cash register after breaking into the business. Entry was gained by causing $100 of damage to the back door.

Jerry Johnson, 3200 N. Poplar St., said someone broke in and stole a $120 Craftsman weed eater, $800 Cannon Dale black bike and a Schwinn purple and silver bike.

Burglaries

Nov. 9

Susan Durham, 401 W. D Ave., told police someone caused $50 of damage to her window screen to gain access and upon entry she had several items stolen, including a pack of cigarettes, $100 worth of personal medications, checkbook, $300 in cash, her driver’s license, Social Security card, and a $50 bag.

Pedro Lopez, 920 W. 24th St., told police someone broke the door and frame, causing $100 worth of damage. Upon entry, someone stole a $450 42-inch LCD HD television.

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