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Burglaries

May 17

Aneesha Hatchett, 6301 Camp Robinson Road, Apt. A-161, reported someone broke into her residence and stole a $300 Xbox.

Debbie Watson, 306 Boggs St., said said someone broke into her home and stole a $200 gold ring, $700 46-inch flat screen television and $500 42-inch flat screen television.

Lindsey Page, 4924 Augusta Circle, said $15 worth of damage was done to her window screen when someone broke in and stole a $200 Xbox, $200 laptop computer, $250 computer monitor $50 in clothes and a $10 clothes basket.

Walter Harper, 521 Dorothy St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $300 computer, two $190 polo shirts and two $65 pairs of Ken Griffey Jr. shoes.

May 18

Chakila Henderson, 5600 Summertree Drive, Apt. A-27, told police someone caused $25 of damage to her door jam when her home was broken into and upon entry had stolen four chrome rims worth $2,000, a $1,000 42-inch flat screen television and a $1,000 Sony flat screen television.

May 19

Tammela Aaron, 804 Water St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $300 television, ten pieces of jewelry worth $3,000, a $100 amplifier and two $100 speakers.

Pauline Phillips, 1617 W. Short 17th St., said $300 of damage was done to her plate glass windows when someone broke in and stole merchandise worth $200.

May 20

Gregory Marsh, 905 W. 20th St., said $20 of damage was done to one of his windows when someone broke and stole a $500 40-inch flat screen television, $100 window air conditioning unit, four bottles of liquor worth $20, a $200 and a .22-caliber rifle. Marsh also reported that the incident resulted in a collapsed roof in his northwest room.

Tesiha Danner, 622 E. 19th St., reported someone broke into her home and stole a $400 42-inch flat screen television and a $500 60-inch television.

Henry Earl Hodge-Bey, 4708 Massie Road, reported $25 of damage was done to a door hasp when someone broke in and stole a $750 37-inch flat screen television, $30 pair of boots, $65 pair of shoes, a jar full of pennies, $700 man’s watch, and $125 necklace.

LaDonna Holloway and Lashelle Perkins, 5001 N. Woodland St. said someone broke into their home and stole a $300 Xbox gaming system and a paycheck access card.

Clyde Kimmons, 2013 N. Magnolia St., said someone broke into his home and stole four lawn mowers worth $1,330, a $330 electric weed eater and two leaf blowers worth $400.

May 21

William Mijangos, 1523 N. Maple St., said $100 worth of damage was done when someone pried open his storage shed and upon entry stole an $800 television, $1,000 air compressor, two 3.2-volt electric compressor worth $1,000, and three $200 rotating nail guns.

Kenneth Young, 109 W. 51st St., said $50 of damage was done to his front door when someone broke into his home and stole a $200 22-inch flat screen television.

Raven McFadden, 1915 W. 20th St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $200 32-inch flat screen television, $200 Wii game system, $300 Playstation 2, four $500 gold rings, $20 set of gaming cords, credit card, debit card, $25 lock box and $5 picture frame.

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