Samrech Kong told police he was robbed with the help of a firearm at 1:27 a.m. at 111 W. Pershing Road where stolen property included his $10,000 Toyota Sequoia, his wallet which had a credit card and $200 in cash.
Courtney Laster told police she was robbed at Hemlock Courts, 400 N. Palm St., and had $600 in cash stolen by two black males at 1 p.m. One culprit is described to be about 200 pounds.
George Smith told police someone robbed him at the Rose City Shopping Center, 4109 E. Broadway St., and took $300.
Christopher Harms and Roxann Apjohn told police they were robbed by someone with the use of some sort of firearm at Hobby Lobby, 4700 John F. Kennedy Blvd., at 12:31 p.m. Stolen property included a Ford Mustang, a video disk and $100 worth of jewelry.
Joseph Breland and Charvis Blue, 1502 ½ W. 17th St. , North Little Rock, told police they were held up at gunpoint where someone stole a $10 pair of headphones.
Domino’s Pizza, 4909 John F. Kennedy Blvd., North Little Rock, and two of its employees reported that the business was held up at gunpoint at 11:16 p.m. where $670.11 was stolen.
Antonio Malone, 4904 Parker St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into his home and stole a $250 laptop, $300 Playstation 3, and $1,300 in miscellaneous computers and televisions.
Deandre and Tyronda Griffin, 700 Graham Road, North Little Rock, said someone broke into their home, causing $100 worth of damage to a window. Nothing was reported stolen.
Sharon Porch, 613 Dorothy St., North Little Rock, told police $50 worth of damage was done to the front door when someone broke in at 3:43 p.m. Upon entry, someone stole a $100 digital camera and $200 Playstation 3.
Glenda Crawley, 1514 W. 16th St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into the shed of her home at 10:20 a.m. and stole $80 worth of shoes, $60 in jeans and a $375 lawn mower.
Tamara Henderson, 5901 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Apt. B-27, said $20,000 worth of jewelry was stolen when someone broke in at 1 p.m. She also told police about $100 worth of prescription medications were stolen.
Travis Baltimore, 1621 ½ W. Short 17th St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke a window, causing $150 in damage to break into his home and stole a $100 air conditioner.
Phillip Robley, 4801 N. Locust St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into his home. Nothing was reported stolen.
Trendia Horton, 116 W. 14th St., North Little Rock, said someone cracked the wood door frame at 7:30 a.m. to break in and upon entry stole a $700 television and $600 Playstation 3.
Lasha Guess, 1408 N. Maple St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into her home and stole a $500 flat screen television.
TRC, 5031 E. Broadway St., North Little Rock, told police someone caused $20 worth of damage when he broke in through a rear window and stole a $290 air compressor and $100 air house.
Shakambral Hillery, 622 E. 19th St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into her home at 1:18 a.m. and stole her $800 47-inch flat screen television.
Laurie Watson, 1320 W. 24th St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into her home and stole her government cell phone, $300 laptop, and $300 flat screen television. Entry was gained by causing $20 worth of damage to the door and frame.
Reginald Washington, 4200 Rogers St., North Little Rock, told police someone at 12 p.m. stole his wallet and $120 DVD player in his home.
Tiffany Gist, 6200 Summertree Drive, North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home at 2 p.m. and stole a $500 flat screen television and $200 PS3 player.
Jessie Miller and Yolanda Porch, 1818 W. 36th St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into the house at 5 p.m. by breaking $500 worth of windows and screens. Upon entry, someone stole a $600 laptop computer, $1,000 cash, $800 flat screen television, $200 comforter in the son’s bedroom, $200 comforter in the master bedroom, $600 semiautomatic weapon, and $1,300 earrings.
Ferral Gas., 424 N. Smothers St., North Little Rock, reported someone at 1 a.m. caused $800 worth of damage to the front door glass. The unknown person(s) left a pair of reddish brown pants, blood and some change.
Radio Shack reported unknown persons at 12:23 a.m. caused $300 worth of damage when they broke the glass door and stole a $700 computer and $300 iPhone. The display case also sustained $200 worth of damage.
Jennifer Lind, 114 W. D Ave., North Little Rock, said someone broke the door to the residence, causing $200 worth of damage and stole $400 worth computer equipment. Damage to the door totaled $200.
Paul Kinsey, 6510 Farmstead St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke into his home at 7 p.m. and stole his $300 computer, two $200 televisions and a $300 flat screen television.