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Robberies

Jan. 11

Ryan Bryant, 31, told police someone one robbed and assaulted him at 505 Middle St. where he had stolen a $229 Samsung Galaxy S3 computer tablet.

Pamela Forrester, 59, told police someone used a handgun when she was robbed at 1322 W. 16th St. Nothing was reported stolen.

Jan. 12

John Keller, 28, told police someone used a handgun when he was robbed at 1907 N. Magnolia St. where he had stolen his wallet, $80 in cash, a credit and debit card, and a $600 HTC Inspire cellular phone.

Eunice Barnette, 54, told police someone robbed her at 2611 E. Broadway St. and stole a $800 digital camera and $60 in cash.

Jan. 16

Jammie Irvin, 27, told police an unknown man in his late 20s standing 5’7” and weighing 145 pounds used a handgun to rob him of $1,500 in cash at 1701 ½ N. Schaer St.

Burglaries

Jan. 11

Julia Dickinson, 7649 Vestal Blvd., said $200 in damage was done to her west window when someone gained entry and stole $60 in radios, a $1,500 MAC desktop computer, $1,200 MAC laptop and a $400 Nintendo game system.

Michael Castens, 308 W. Scenic Drive, told police an inventory is currently being conducted when someone broke into his home by causing $150 worth of damage to his door frame. He did report that a $100 video camera was stolen.

Gregory Marsh, 905 W. 20th St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $300 .30-caliber rifle with scope, $200 .38-caliber police revolver, $780 worth Phillips electronic equipment a $400 22-inch computer monitor and a $800 computer hard drive tower.

William Patterson, William Hogan and Caeli Waldron, 206 W. J Ave., said someone broke into their home and stole a $500 42-inch Vizio television, $300 semi-automatic Ruger 9 millimeter firearm, $200 worth of coins in a jar, $137 worth of necklaces, a $600 Coach watch, $250 dance competition ring and a $250 digital video camera.

Winston Murphy, 3803 McCain Park, said someone broke in to his home and stole a $500 46-inch Vizio flat screen television and $200 worth of personal property.

Saiyont Francis, 3900 McCain Blvd., said someone broke into his home and stole a $1,200 Insignia flat screen television, $200 in cash, $500 in miscellaneous clothing, $700 Mavado watch, $270 Insignia television, four pairs of True Religion brand jeans worth $320, more jeans worth another $320, $250 in assorted tools, a $400 Dyson vacuum cleaner and a $174 Apple iPod touch.

Taryn Lightner, 6309 Tall Chief St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $300 Dell laptop computer.

Jan. 12

Howard Atkins, 3900 McCain Blvd., Apt. 130, told police someone broke into his home and stole a $900 laptop computer, a 15-inch Dell laptop computer and a 15-inch gold chain worth $800. Access was gained by causing $100 of damage to the kitchen window.

Jan. 14

Donald Johnson, 1005 N. E Ave., said someone broke into his home and stole a $1,200 60-inch Mitsubishi flat screen television, a $400 32-inch flat screen television, and a $400 .38-caliber semi-automatic pistol.

Marlena Jefferson, 10621 Frenchmen Loop, told police $140 of damage was done to her exterior door when someone gained access and stole a $800 Dell laptop, $200 Cruz tablet, $300 Sony PS3 game system, $800 Samsung 47-inch flat screen television, $500 42-inch Erickson flat screen television, and a $56 Madden PS3 game.

Daayiah Boyd, 706 Gardenia St., told police someone broke into her home and stole $557 in cash, a $500 Samsung television and two $300 game player systems, one being a Nintendo with the second system being a DS model.

Jan. 15

The Tobacco Superstore, 5221 John F. Kennedy Blvd., told police someone unknown to the business broke in and caused $10,000 worth of damage to the roof and ceiling tiles. Nothing was reported stolen.

Travis Anderson, 600 Ellen St., said $100 of damage was done to his door frame when someone broke in and stole a $200 Playstation 3 game system, $500 Dell laptop computer, and a $800 50-inch flat screen television.

Sidney and Laura Dorris, 521 W. F Ave., told police someone broke into their home and stole a $250 Vindicator firearm, $100 toolbox with gun cleaning supplies, debit and credit cards, two $200 watches, $700 in jewelry and a $200 pair of Prada glasses.

Verlee Tate, 201 S. Palm St., told police someone broke into her home and stole two $100 sets of glass top end tables, $50 silverware set, $200 Kenmore dryer, $200 clothing washer, $50 barbecue set and a $20 wind chime.

Jason Browning, 501 Goshen St., told police his door frame was damaged when someone broke into his home and stole $300 in coins and a $5 pillow case.

Jan. 16

Catherine Mathis and Richard Fernald, 4406 N. Orange St., said nothing was taken when someone broke into their home. A total of $75 of damage was done to their door knob.

Bryan Catlett, 4200 N. Maple St., said $200 of damage was done to his window when someone gained access and stole a $200 Toshiba laptop and $400 in assorted jewelry.

Leroy Reynolds, 4105 Rogers ST., said someone broke into his home and stole a $75 12-gauge shotgun and $20 worth of Oxycotin pills.

Shanaka Wheeler, 1901 E. Washington Ave., said her back door was damaged when someone broke into her home and stole a $200 40-inch RCA black flat screen television.

Theresa Turner, 1920 N. Moss St., said $50 of damage was done to her door frame when someone broke in and stole a $500 42-inch Sony flat screen television and $400 32-inch LG flat screen television.

Christina Kinney, 714 W. 22nd St., said $50 of damage was done to her window when someone broke in and stole a $1,000 50-inch flat screen television and $200 32-inch flat screen television.

Misty Evans, 2001 Highway 161, told police $200 worth of damage was done to her door and door frame when someone broke into her home and stole a $500 Sony stereo.

Karen Gentry, 2200 W. Short 17th St., told police $200 of damage was done to her front door when someone broke in and stole three LCD Sanyo televisions, two of which were valued at $300 with the third model worth $600.

Taswann Pouncy, 622 E. 19 St., Apt. A-168, told police someone broke into her home and stole a $270 32-inch LG flat screen television.

Jan. 17

Sandra Pittman, 722 Mills Road, told police $100 of damage was done to her door frame when someone broke in and stole two $800 laptops, $250 game system, 10 Xbox 360 games worth $300, and $3,000 in assorted jewelry.

Eric Fritschie, 5636 Lakeview Drive, told police $300 of damage was done to his wooden door and frame when someone broke in and stole a $250 Pandora bracelet and $240 in cash.

Karen Shelton, 1314 Frank St., told police someone broke into her home and stole two $1,500 televisions, one being a 42-inch Jensen model while the second television being a 32-inch Panasonic flat screen; a $400 24-inch flat screen television, a $1,500 Dell laptop, a $179 VTech kid computer and three $150 gold tennis bracelets with diamond accents.

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