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Robberies

Feb. 21

Steven Watson, 56, told police someone robbed him of $100 while he was at 1400 Main St.

Feb. 24

Willie Pitts, 79, told police someone robbed him at 8100 Baucum Pike. According to the police, a white female believed to be in her 40s stole his $5,000 Buick LeSabre, $117 in cash and his $50 cell phone.

Feb. 27

Charles Abraham Jr., 31, told police someone used a handgun to rob him at 1414 N. Magnolia St. Nothing was reported stolen.

Burglaries

Feb. 21

H&H Enterprise, 1801 W. 37th Place, reported someone broke into the business and stole a $200 Porta-Band saw, $600 110-volt welder, $1,100 Thermal Dynamic Plasma Center, $900 suitcase welder, $150 Hilti hammer, two $150 Saw-Z-Alls, $1,100 suitcase sticking welder, $350 110-volt wire welder, and $200 wireless drill.

Feb. 22

Tierra Johnson, 1401 W. 16th St., said $50 of damage was done when someone broke into her home and stole a $300 flat screen television and $550 laptop computer.

Eva Harrison, 602 W. K Ave., said $100 of damage was done to her window when someone broke into her home and stole $10 in change and her income tax records. The window was broken by the use of a brick.

Ulysses Ricks, 2506 Parker St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $500 46-inch television, $300 19-inch television, $200 of jewelry and a checkbook with checks.

Feb. 23

Brenda Jacques, 4808 Greenway St., said $100 of damage was done to his door frame when someone broke into her house. Nothing was reported stolen.

Camisha Jones, 4611 Haywood St., said $250 of damage was done to her rear door and glass kitchen door when someone broke in and stole a $900 television.

Feb. 24

Sade McFadden, 6301 Camp Robinson Road, Apt. B-114, told police someone broke into her residence and stole a 46-inch flat screen television worth $568, a $268 32-inch flat screen television, $115 in boys and girls clothes and a $200 laptop.

Dennis Wise, 205 Wisteria St., said someone caused $100 of damage to his window and upon entry stole a $450 Taurus handgun.

Melissa Davis-Purtle, 317 Dixie Lane, said $50 of damage was done to her window when someone broke in and stole a $200 computer laptop, $410 flat screen television, and another Acer laptop.

Feb. 25

Pablo Valan, 1104 W. 26th St., said someone stole his $50 window air conditioning unit and $600 in cash.

Paul Kelly, 1232 W. 10th St., said someone broke into his home but stole nothing.

David Deahl, 1701 McCain Blvd., said $100 of damage was done to his door frame when someone broke in and stole his $1,700 computer.

Donald Barker, 6201 Chippewa St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $300 firearm, $300 42-inch plasma television and two $600 40-inch flat screen televisions.

Jimmie Fox III, 113 College Park Circle, said $150 of damage was done to his sliding glass window when someone broke in and stole $250 in cash.

Feb. 26

Robert Miller, 537 Silverwood Trail, said someone broke into his home and stole a $2,000 12-guage shotgun, $350 binoculars, $250 range finder, and two $50 back packs.

Vic’s Construction, 1200 Main St., reported someone broke into the business and stole a 40-inch television worth $600 and a $2,500 HP Touchsmart computer.

Feb. 27

Joel Reyes Sanchez, 1106 W. 26th St., said someone broke into his home and stole $800 in cash.

Sammy Rogers, 3524 N. Magnolia St., said someone into his home but nothing was stolen.

Steven Alderman, 3509 N. Willow St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $400 39-inch flat screen television.

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