North Little Rock
A 17-year-old boy told police he was robbed by another 17-year-old male standing 5’8” and weighing 140 pounds at 200 Mills Road where his $200 Smart phone Apple iPhone was stolen.
Charles Witcher, 1119 W. 7th St., told police someone caused $50 worth of damage to his southern-facing door and upon entry he had stolen $800 in cash.
Keyonna Barnes, 5021 Velvet Ridge, Apt. BLA-12, told police $100 of damage was done to her front door when someone broke in and stole a two $200 Apple iPhone 4’s and a $3,000 60-inch Mitsubishi television.
Shaqueenia Jones, 1501 N. Sycamore St., told police someone broke in and stole eight pairs of pants worth $600, 12 shirts worth $100, three pairs of Jordan tennis shoes worth $100, three pairs of Polo boots worth $100, a $1,000 63-inch flat screen television and a $200 19-inch flat screen television. Police listed her complaint as a second-degree false imprisonment report. Besides herself, a one-year-old girl was present during the break-in.
Natividad Lopez, 920 W. 24th St., reported that $200 worth of damage was done to his door frame when someone broke in and stole a $300 surround sound stereo system, $150 Playstation 2, 30 DVD’s worth $500, 15 Playstation 2 games worth $400, a $800 42-inch flat screen television, 12 articles of clothing worth $500, five pairs of shoes worth $300, $50 toddler bicycle, 30 sets of baby clothes worth $300 and a $50 women’s perfume gift set.
Delphine Bradshaw, 804 W. 22nd St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $20 clock and $10 pocket knife.
Rhonda Lewis, 1239 W. 11th St., told police $50 of damage was done to her wooden door frame when someone broke in and stole a $500 laptop computer, $600 Hewlett Packard laptop computer, $80 cable box, $60 DVD player, and $30 digital weight scale.
Exxon Gas Station, 418 E. Broadway St., said someone broke into the business at about 3:44 a.m. by busting out a $300 glass door and upon entry stole $40 worth of cigarettes.
Deon Hayes and Arsenio Brooks, 800 N. Beech St., Apt. 133, reported someone stole a $50 video game, $300 PS3 gaming system and $374 in cash.
Yolanda Washington, 1403 W. 20th St., said someone broke in and stole a $200 game console, 32-inch plasma television, three pairs of jeans worth $165 and a $299 game console.
Derrick Burton, 1603 W. Long 17th St., told police someone caused $50 of damage to the west-facing window to the southwest room and upon entry stole eight hats worth $160 and four sweaters worth $360.
Daniel Pettus, 1616 Crutcher Road, told police someone broke into his home and stole seven pairs of Nike Air Max tennis shoes, a $250 Playstation 3 game console, $40 DVD player and a $175 bottle of Giorgio Armani cologne.
Nasruddin Bhimani of the Citgo Gas Station, 6116 Crystal Hill Road, reported $1,000 of damage was caused when someone broke in through the front double-glass window. An additional $200 of damage was caused when the burglars broke the glass cigar case.
Devin Jefferson, 5211 Allen St., reported $50 of damage was done to the front door when someone broke in and stole a $300 Xbox, $150 connect system for the Xbox and a $250 Acer laptop.
Tamika Hawthorne, 1805 W. 16th St., reported someone broke into her house and stole a $300 Coby flat screen television, $400 HP laptop, $200 gold hoop earrings, $50 gold Dolphin earrings, $50 Figario link ankle bracelet, $100 20-inch gold rope necklace, $500 man and woman wedding ring set, $1,600 solid gold dog bone pendant, $800 gold sandal pendant $500 gold stud earrings, $50 class ring, $300 gold and diamond pinky ring, $220 in cash, a $50 Black Century safe and a $50 Nikon Cool pix digital camera.
Ronald Anderson and Corey Grant, 405 W. 19th St., reported someone broke into their home and stole two jackets worth $50, a $50 coat, $15 in cash and a debit card, $300 Rossi .357 revolver, $800 55-inch Samsung television, $600 42-inch television, $450 37-inch television, $1,000 Dell laptop, a $1,000 Toshiba laptop and $200 in coins.
Kelli Ross, 800 N. Beech St., Apt. A-142, reported someone broke into her apartment and stole a $50 back pack, $10 long sleeve shirt, $30 pair of shoes, $30 bottle of cologne and a $10 bottle of alcohol.
D&L Food Mart, 1802 Main St., reported someone broke into the business and stole $50 worth of Newport cigarettes.
Eddie Glosson and Betty Johnson, 1900 W. 18th St., reported $100 worth of damage was done to their door when someone gained access and stole a $300 stereo, $400 computer and laptop, five jeans worth $500, two leather bags with clippers worth $200, $39 DVD player, $10 worth of unknown medications, 55 Hydrocodone pills, 90 Codeine pills, 90 Oxycodone pills and a $50 purse.
Pierre Grimes and Thomas Sanders, 1904 W. 13th St., reported $100 worth of damage as done to the glass of the south side sliding door when someone gained access and stole a $800 42-inch Toshiba flat screen television, $400 32-inch flat screen television, $30 Dallas Cowboys wrist watch, $30 in cash and a $25 duffel bag.
Zandria Chatman, 1116 Park St., reported someone broke into her home and stole a $1,457.55 60-inch flat screen LG television, $216 Wii, and $200 black semi-automatic weapon.
Danny Jackson, 400 N Palm St., Apt. A-68, reported someone broke into his unit and stole $37 from his wallet, a $240 floor jack, two $100 jackets, a $29.88 DVD player, a $27.95 Magnavox DVD player, and two $15 Verizon cell phones.
Gerome Chism, 217 Texas St., reported $75 of damage was caused when someone shattered a kitchen window to gain access and steal a $399 Sony Playstation 3, $900 laptop and $600 .380-caliber chrome plated Taurus pistol.
Steve Chun of Pike Avenue Convenience Store, 2300 Pike Ave. reported to police that $500 of damage was caused when someone broke into the business through the rear outer metal door. Nothing was reported stolen.
Tamesha Gibson, 4909 Arrowhead Place, reported that a $200 Toshia laptop computer was stolen when someone broke into her unit at Ridgeview Apartments. The door frame and lock sustained $200 of damage.
Kevin Romes, 2039 Buffalo Trail, told police $200 of damage was caused to his window when someone broke in and stole a $350 Sony flat screen television, $100 Emerson television and $100 in cash.
Jeffery Jackson, 1300 W. 11th ST., Apt. A-1, reported someone broke in to his unit and stole a $1,200 60-inch flat screen LG television and caused $100 worth of damage to the dwelling.
Jeremy Buhro, 4505 Lynn Lane, said $50 of damage was done to his door frame when someone broke in and stole $600 in electronic equipment.