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Aggravated robberies

Sept. 13

Milton Parker Jr. told police he was robbed at gunpoint along Glenview Boulevard and $3 was stolen.

Krogers, 4401 Camp Robinson Road, and two people, Kerrick Collier and Eulan Fortson, were robbed. According to the incident report, the two men were assaulted. The suspects were described as black males between the ages of 16 and 17. Items stolen were a toothbrush, bag of chips, soap, T-shirt and socks.

McDonald’s, 600 E. Broadway St., reported that it had been robbed with the use of a firearm. Nothing was reported stolen and the assailant was described as a black male of an unknown age.

Sept. 10

Clark Raynor told police he was robbed at gunpoint at 4810 Coral St. where his $200 cell phone and $62 in cash were taken.

Sept. 8

Walter Giller told police he was held up at knifepoint at Motel 6, 400 W. 29th St. Nothing was reported stolen.

Sept. 7

Samrech Kong told police he was robbed at gunpoint at 111 W. Pershing Ave. His $10,000 Toyota Sequoia was stolen along with $200 in cash and his wallet.

Louis Mack said someone used a handgun to rob him at 2500 E. Broadway St. where his Dodge Ram 1500 was stolen. His vehicle is valued at $20,000.

Burglaries

Sept. 13

Alexis Lee, 2000 Parkway St., Apt. 514-A, told police someone broke in and stole a $400 Playstation 3 system.

Juan Rodrieguez, 1700 W. Short 17th St., told police $10 worth of damage was done to his glass door when someone broke into his home. Nothing was reported stolen.

Mitchell Webb, 1523 Marion St., told police someone broke into his residence and stole $300 worth of rims and tires, a $300 Playstation 3, $200 television and $250 Nintendo Wii.

Glenda Crawley, 1514 W. 16th St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $50 industrial fan.

April Henderson, 3421 Flora St., told police $100 worth of damage was done to her door. Upon entry, someone stole two televisions worth a total of $650.

Sept. 12

Ray Auto Sales, 1422 E. Broadway St., told police $20 worth of damage was done to one of the windows. Upon entry, someone stole an unspecified number of tools. Police were able to locate gloves at the crime scene.

Dornormeyell Jordan, 519 W. 17th St., told police someone broke in and stole a $300 pistol and $20 hat. Damage was done to a window worth $50.

Shalisha Strickland, 1905 W. 20th St., told police someone caused $30 worth of damage to the rear glass door, gained access, and stole $300 worth of baby clothes and a $35 DVD player. Damage was also done to the rear frame door worth $150.

Dana Brannen, 1612 N. Olive St., told police $25 worth of damage was done to the deadbolt where someone one gained access and stole a $200 game system and $300 air compressor.

Roy Cavalier, 535 Water St., told police someone broke in and stole $30 in cash, a purse, $20 in pepper spray and a set of keys.

Sept. 11

Cassandra Gillam, 805 Blossom Road, told police someone caused $100 worth of damage to her door frame and stole four $500 flat screen televisions, $50 radio, $500 laptop, $300 lawnmower, $300 game and $50 weed eater.

Robert Hawk, 3900 McCain Park, told police someone broke in and stole a $300 Playstation 3, $1,200 flat screen television and $400 stereo system.

Dannie Mitchell, 1604 N. Schaer St.,, told police someone came to his home and stole an unspecified amount of copper tubing from his hot water heater.

Jereamy Aubuchon, ,2400 McCain Blvd., Apt. 10-B, told police $50 worth of damage was done to the door and upon entry someone stole a $200 video gaming system and $300 in Xbox games.

Sept. 10

Santasha Roy, 3812 Mellene St., said someone broke into her home and stole eight baseball caps worth $35 apiece and $600 in other clothes such as tennis shoes and furs. The culprit also stole a $300 gaming system.

Betty Lewis, 1912 Franklin St., told police someone caused $100 worth of damage to the west side door to bust in and stole a $1,000 flat screen television and $500 digital camcorder.

Shawana Boyd, 5200 Marion St., told police someone broke in and stole $1,000 worth of televisions and radios, $300 Playstation, $300 Xbox, $230 stereo receiver and other personal documents.

Diane Walker, 1012 Graham St., said someone broke in and stole a $350 television, $300 gaming system, $200 Tablet and $150 gaming system.

Sept. 9

Marlo Jones, 2001 Highway 161, told police $100 worth of damage was done to his door and frame and upon entry someone stole $650 worth of computer software and $2,100 in televisions, radios and electronic equipment.

Sept. 8

Sharilyn Patterson, 512 Parkdale St., told police someone broke in and stole a $2,000 flat screen television and a sleeveless shirt.

Sept. 7

Tejuana Johnson, 302 Mills St., told police someone damaged the lock and security door, causing a $150 loss and stole a $500 plasma television and $300 Playstation 3.

Donna Twiggs, 2115 W. Short 17th St., told police someone caused $100 worth of damage to her back door, broke in and stole $30 worth of Hydracodone tablets.

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