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North Little Rock police beat

Burglaries

Dec. 14

Dana Brennen, 1612 N. Olive St., reported someone broke the tape on a window to gain access. Nothing was reported stolen. The unknown suspect is believed to have entered the premises with a black sweater hoodie.

Latonya Farmer, 104 Walton Circle, said someone broke in and stole a $500 television and $300 PlayStation.

Earl Robinson, 800 N. Beech St., Apt. B3A-69, told police someone caused $50 of damage to the door and lock, gained access and stole $250 worth of game controllers and a game console, nine PS3 games worth $270, $200 worth of clothes and furs, and a $15 gym bag. Damage was also done to the dry wall behind the door totaling $45.

Carlos Mayberry, 4731 E. McCain Blvd., told police someone broke in and stole a 37-inch flat screen television worth $200 and a $100 Sony video game system.

Courtney Phillips, 3705 McCain Park, told police someone broke into her home and stole two 42-inch Sharp flat screen televisions worth $600 apiece.

Willie Austin, 4932 Augusta Circle, said $100 of damage was done to his door frame when someone broke in and stole a $500 35-inch flat screen television, $300 PS3 game system, a Playstation 3 game system and a 35-inch flat screen television.

Russell Cellular, 13236 Crystal Hill Road, said $1,000 of damage was done to the east side door and frame when someone broke in and stole $300 in money and $5,000 worth of cellular phones.

Shundra Shavers, 611 Donovan Briley Blvd., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $20 radio, $1,500 64-inch flat screen Mitsubishi television and a $800 nine-millimeter firearm.

Zandra Chatman, 1116 Park St., told police someone gained access to her home and stole a $1,200 60-inch television, $400 46-inch flat screen television, $120 27-inch flat screen television, $200 desktop computer, and two gaming consoles worth a total of $700.

Dec. 15

Crystal Childress and Michael Parks, 124 Louise St., told police someone broke into their home and stole a $250 safe. Damage totaling $100 was done to their fence.

Evan Thomas, 4416 Atkins St., said $50 of damage was done to his window when someone broke in and stole a 27-inch flat screen television.

Susan May, 3698 McCain Park, reported someone caused $200 of damage to his door frame when her home was broken into which resulted in a $700 39-inch flat screen television and $400 in computer software being stolen.

Joel Holmes and Philip White, 612 Cherry Hill Road, told police $200 worth of damage was done to their kitchen window when someone broke in and stole a $1,000 Cartier watch, $2,500 Rolex watch, $300 suitcase, $50 silver tongs, $400 DVD player, $800 Louis Vuitton bag, $1,000 iPad, $20 Nintendo game bag, and five video Nintendo video games worth $200.

Dec. 17

Earlesha Banks, 1324 W. 22nd St., said $100 of damage was done to the door and $50 of damage to the door knob when someone broke in and stole a $200 Xbox, and two boxes of rifle cartridge.

Jennifer Mikesell, 805 W. 54th St., told police someone caused $100 worth of damage to her window pane. Nothing was reported stolen.

Patrick Pearson, 501 N Cypress St., Apt. A1, told police someone broke into his residence and stole a $300 32-inch Emerson flat screen television with remote, $100 CD/DVD player and a $200 three-piece stereo system.

Lakisha Cogshell and Ceartha Henderson, 5300 Summertree Drive, told police $200 worth of damage was done to their door when someone broke in and stole a $300 video recorder.

Pamela Stephenson, 726 Mills St., said $200 worth of damage was done to her door when someone broke in and stole a $1,000 60-inch Panasonic television, two $10 watches and a $250 gold and black diamond ring.

Anthony Brown, 1830 Arrowhead St., said $50 of damage was done to his door when someone broke in and stole about $1,000 worth of clothes, a $400 32-inch flat screen television and $300 40-caliber Smith and Wesson Taurus firearm.

Dominique Simpson, 711 W. 54th St., told police that $50 worth of damage was done to her window when someone broke in and stole a $600 flat screen Sanyo television and $200 Wii Black.

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