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Burglaries

Sept. 21

Rosalyn Hourston, 900 W. Scenic Drive, told police someone broke into her home by causing $100 of damage to the front door and stole a 47-inch television, $1,000 47-inch LCD television and a $500 Xbox with two controllers and microphone.

Willie Best III, 2815 Parkway St., said someone broke into his home and stole his checkbook, $300 Sony game system, $200 Nintendo game system, $900 55-inch flat screen television and $600 laptop.

Latrisha Webb, 5100 Summertree Drive, said $100 of damage was caused to her door when someone broke in and stole a $700 74-inch flat screen television.

Sabra Sowell, 5200 Summertree Drive, said $50 of damage was done to the living room window where someone gained access to her home and stole $300 Samsung, $300 in cash, $50 Iphone, $400 Emachine laptop, $300 cheerleading championship ring, jewelry, and another $50 Iphone.

Sept. 23

Paul Rice, 809 W. 51st St., said $50 of damage was done to the door where someone gained entry and stole a $500 black nine-shot .22 caliber eight-inch barrel revolver, $500 bag of coins, $20 in ammunition and a $50 cell phone.

Sept. 24

William Dixon, 1212 Parkway St., said $100 of damage was done to a rear window to his home where someone broke in and stole three $500 firearms, three watches with a combined value of $1,500, $500 gold ring bought in Europe and a $500 camera.

Melody Shackleford, 4617 Haywood St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $800 42-inch flat panel television.

Christopher Ealy, 610 W. 25th St., said $50 of damage was done to the west side door frame where someone gained access and stole a 50-inch flat screen television.

Sept. 25

Ashley Webster, 6301 Camp Robinson Road Apt. AG-134, said someone busted a $100 window glass with the use of a screwdriver to gain access and stole a $400 50-inch flat screen television.

Sept. 26

Wanda Huddle, 420 Sierra Drive, said $100 of damage was done to the glass door to gain access where someone stole her $1,200 50-inch flat screen television and his wallet which had personal information and credit cards.

Clarence Allison, 2215 W. 16th St., said $100 of damage was done to the north side window of his home with the use of a small black pry bar to gain access and stole an undetermined amount of money, $500 flat screen television. Allison’s rear door sustained $150 of damage.

Sara Holmes, 6626 Farmstead St., said her double-pane window sustained $200 of damage when someone broke in and stole two $200 kids mountain bikes, $250 Wii game console, $120 pair of kids tennis shoes, $500 in miscellaneous kids clothes, $20 Nintendo games, $250 Nintendo game system, $300 iPod and $250 32-inch Visio television.

Jessica Tripp, 808 W. 34th St., said someone tore off the screen to an east side window of her home with the use of a tire tool and stole a $600 LG flat screen television and $300 Sharp 42-inch flat screen television.

Christy Smith, 622 E. 19th St., Apt. A-72, said someone broke into her home by braking a $10 glass plate and stole a $7 glass bottle of Tobasco sauce.

Pecola Oliver, 1520 Flora St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $200 Wii system, $40 DVD player, $25 Wii controller, and $40 in food.

Tawanda Carter, 2020 Allen St., said $20 of damage was done to her window screen when someone broke in and stole a $200 Sony flat screen television, $60- game console and 150 DVD movies valued at $200.

Toshonda Goforth, 718 Blossom St., told police $100 of damage was done to her doorframe when someone broke into her home and stole a $100 broken television, $800 42-inch LCD television, $300 game console, $250 laptop and $300 32-inch LCD television.

Armed robberies

Sept. 21

Jennifer Bran, 20, told police someone robbed her with the use of a handgun at the Indian Hills Shopping Center, 6929 John F. Kennedy Blvd., and stole her purse and wallet valued at $200 which had her $200 Iphone, $900 in cash, credit cards, and her vehicle’s bill of sale.

Sept. 22

Akiya Egeston, 29, said someone used a handgun to rob her of an unknown amount of money when she was at 3600 MacArthur Drive.

Trace Nassar, 21, said two people used a handgun to steal his vehicle keys when he was at 4450 McCain Blvd. Police reported it was a black male in his early 20’s with a white female in her late teens.

Demetrius Adkins, 20, told police someone robbed him of $20 when he was at 1600 Chandler St.

Sept. 23

Three 13-year-old boys told police that two black teens between the ages of 16-17 used a handgun to rob them of a $100 cell phone, $200 pair of shoes, $20 pair of sandals, $100 cell phone and $100 cell phone. The armed robbery took place at 3900 Pike Ave.

Sept. 24

A 14-year-old boy told police someone used a handgun when they robbed him and stole $20 in cash when he was at 5200 Camp Robinson Road.

Albert Spencer, 40, told police someone used a handgun when he was robbed and had stolen his beer.

Sept. 26

Tiffany Corp, 26, told police someone used a handgun to take her wallet when she was at 4401 Camp Robinson Road. Her wallet had $5 in cash, medical cards and other personal information.

Sept. 27

Natasha Malone of Hardee’s Restaurant, 4901 John F. Kennedy Blvd., told police someone caused $100 of damage to a restaurant glass door pane and stole a bank bag containing $488 in cash.

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