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Aggravated robberies

June 7

Keysher Green, 30, and Kris McIntosh, 24, told police that someone used a handgun to rob them at 2700 Pike Ave. where someone stole $100 in cash, $200 in cell phones and $60 in various keys.

June 10

Courtney Brock, 30, told police she was robbed at 400 W. 44th St., when someone stole $20 in cash and a $150 cell phone.

Burglaries

June 9

Gabriel Ward, 5218 Nelson St., said someone broke into his home. He reported nothing stolen.

June 10

Dennis Farmer, 60 Desoto Circle, told police someone broke into his home and stole $430 in cash, a $200 watch, $600 stainless watch, a $300 Ducks Unlimited Watch, and several of his credit cards.

Patricia Frantz, 720 Spriggs Road, told police someone broke into her home and stole a .22-caliber rifle, $300 television, $300 in cash, and a $100 DVD player. Entry was gained by committing $200 of damage to her door frame.

June 11

Genni Higginbotham, 709 W. 21st St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $750 Sanyo flat screen television and $750 red laptop.

Tiffany Brevard, 4311 N. Locust St., told police $200 of damage was done to her door and door frame when someone broke in and stole a $600 19-inch Toshiba laptop and $275 32-inch flat screen television.

June 12

Robbin Walsh, 5419 Arthur Drive, said $100 of damage was done to the southern door when someone broke in and upon entry stole $1,200 worth of computer equipment, a $400 pearl necklace, $500 in custom jewelry, $200 in precious metals jewelry, tools, and a $250 iPod.

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