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Aggravated Robberies

May 11

Best Shot Liquor, 5312 MacArthur Drive, reported someone entered the business with a rifle and stole an 18-pack of Miller Light worth $16 and $200 in cash.

May 13

The Forge, 3000 Pike Ave., reported someone entered the business with a handgun and rifle and stole about $300 worth of cash.

May 15

David Dodson, 51, said someone used a handgun and stole $100 of cash from him at 4824 John F. Kennedy Blvd.


May 15

Steve Washington, 1700 Frank St., reported someone broke into his home. He is currently taking an inventory of stolen property.

LaPorcha Tenner, 6301 Camp Robinson Road, Apt. A-141, told police someone broke into her home and stole a $700 television, $600 Playstation with video games, $20 woman’s wallet and her credit and debit cards.

Catalina Fuentes, 608 W. 23rd St., said $50 of damage was done to her east side door when someone broke in and stole a $75 air conditioner.

May 13

Frederick Weed II, 3604 N. Sycamore St., reported someone broke into his home and stole a $450 flat screen television and $350 gaming system and games, along with a $200 iPod. Damage was also caused to a rear door window and a kitchen door window.

May 12

Kristina Taolple and Allan Haminton, 4828 Rogers St., reported someone broke into their home and stole a container with $200, a $50 cell phone, and a purse.

May 11

Robert Scales, 2613 E. 2nd St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $1,000 32-inch television, a $300 laptop computer and his $600 iPad.

Dickey Stephens Ball Park, 400 W. Broadway St., reported someone broke into the park and stole a $10 baseball cap. The unknown person(s) gained access by causing $50 of damage to a chain link fence.

May 10

Winston Murphy Jr., 3803 McCain Park, Apt. A, told police someone damaged his $3,500 Chevy Corvette. A window pane sustained $100 worth of damage.

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