North Little Rock police beat
Radio Shack, 2632 Pike Ave., told police someone caused $300 worth of damage to its glass door, gained access, and stole a $700 computer and a $300 cell phone. An additional $200 worth of damage was done to the display case.
Elwin South, 2200 Division St., said someone caused $100 worth of damage to break a window, gained access and stole a $100 Blackberry cell phone and another $100 cell phone. Police were able to recover shoes and blood samples from the crime scene.
Keya Cooley, 131 Parkview St., told police someone caused $350 of damage to her door, gained access, and stole a $800 laptop, $1,200 diamond ring, $500 white gold ring, $310 kindle fire, and $250 flat screen television.
Zaber Coopwood, 1201 W. Division St., reported someone broke into his home. Nothing was reported stolen.
Shea Stewart, 719 W. 23rd St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $180 digital camera.
Yolanda Webb, 1611 Crutcher St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $900 42-inch Samsung flat screen television. Police were able to lift fingerprints from the crime scene.
Levy Pet Clinic, 424 W. 47th St., told police someone broke their $200 door frame, gained access, and stole a $10 vial of antibiotics.
Tanya Owen, 1420 W. 47th St., told police someone broke in and stole $4,000 in wedding bands, a $100 46-inch television, $600 pair of earrings, $200 pair of earrings, and a $200 bracelet.
Jacqueline Tucker, 2201 Fendley St., told police someone gained access to her home by way of an east-facing living room window and stole a $150 game console with controllers, $450 in various Xbox games, $100 hand-held game system, $100 computer, $600 laptop computer, a T-shirt and a small chest filled with various jewelry items valued at $500.
Karneshia Farmer, 940 Roseclair Ave., said someone broke into her home and stole six pairs of running shoes, two being Jordan brands with the rest being Adidas. Her loss totaled about $600.
Juan Rodriguez, 1700 W. Short 17th St., said $100 worth of damage was done to a laundry room window and a motion detector when someone gained access. Nothing was reported stolen.
Eric Summons, 2400 McCain Blvd., reported someone broke in and stole a $300 flat screen television, $500 Xbox gaming system, $50 DVD player and a $40 USB drive.
Angell & Adams Roofing, 1705 N. Moss St., told police someone broke a $25 heavy duty chain and caused $100 worth of damage to a northeast window to gain access and stole a $250 Dewalt drill set, $100 battery to a camper, $75 car battery, $300 miter saw, $250 lawnmower, $175 saw, $100 power drill, $80 battery and charger, $80 mini refrigerator, a 12-inch camper, $1,000 welder, $800 torch with two propane tanks, $1,000 in assorted tools, and a $50 tool box.
Desiree Clingmon, 1705 Arrowhead Drive, said $100 worth of damage was done to her door frame as a result of someone gaining access and stealing a $200 gaming system, three $90 Wii games, two $60 Xbox games, $475 in rent money, $20 of pills, and a $25 cell phone.
Andrea McElroy, 810 Water St., told police two Wii’s worth $300 and a $289 32-inch Vizio television set was stolen when someone broke into her house.
Christian Means, 704 Valerie St., reported someone broke a $50 window, gained access, and stole a $1,000 42-inch Sony flat screen television set, $300 Xbox, $250 Wii, $299 connection device for the Wii, and a $500 42-inch flat screen television set.
Curtis Jenkins, 1715 Division St., told police $200 worth of damage was done to two of his doors when someone gained access to his home and stole $350 in cash, a $1,861 50-inch Plasma television, $40 DVD player and $1,000 worth of rims and tires.
Teronda Bryant, 701 W. 18th St., said someone borke into her home and stole a $100 DVD player, $50 radio, $100 in perfume, $400 cosmetics palates, $50 in lotion, and a $100 air conditioner. Police were able to lift fingerprints from the crime scene.
Charvas Finch, 7 Amber Lane, told police someone broke in and stole his $300 Xbox 360 video game system and $800 42-inch Plasma Panasonic flat screen television.
Old Mill Wines and Spirits, 2600 Lakewood Village Place, reported someone came into the business with a handgun and stole $1,000 in cash, a $50 cordless phone and two Smart phones.
Kevin Demond told police someone came into the Phillips 66 gas station, 4300 McCain Blvd., and stole an unknown amount of money. The robber used a handgun in the commission of the crime.
Nathaniel Mosley told police four unknown teenage black males used a handgun to rob him at 605 E. Broadway St. He told police they stole his $50 cell phone.
Van Stevens told police someone used a handgun to rob him at the McCain Mall where he had a $200 Iphone stolen.