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Burglaries

June 14

Willie Martin Jr., 4922 N. Willow St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $1,000 60-inch plasma television, $500 46-inch television and $250 32-inch television.

June 15

Carl Alexander, 3720 Burks Drive, said someone broke into his home and stole 30 DVDs valued at $400, 30 Xbox games worth $400, a $300 Xbox and an $800 42-inch flat screen television.

June 16

Daniel Porscha, 4450 E. McCain Blvd., said someone broke into his car and stole a $169 car radio and caused $100 of damage to the steering column.

June 17

Dennise Rodriguez, 4605 Arlington Road, told police someone broke into her residence and stole a $100 luggage bag, $1,000 camera, $300 camera, 200 wrist watch, $100 pair of sunglasses, $450 video recorder, $100 perfume set, $120 women’s watch, $120 four-bottle set of whiskey, 150 in assorted DVDs, two gift cards, a credit card and a Social Security card.

Harold Sullivan, 2207 N. Poplar St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $100 window air conditioning unit and $150 lawn mower. Access was gained when someone caused $50 of damage to the west-facing rear door.

June 18

Tyson Jeffers, 1124 W. 23rd St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $300 Xbox, two $100 controllers, five Xbox games worth $250, and five assorted DVDs worth $50.

Felecia Harris, 403 W. 4th St., told police $150 worth of damage was done to the door and door frame when someone broke in and stole a $600 flat screen television.

June 20

Barbara Watson, 1714 W. 16th St., said $100 of damage was done to her rear door and frame when someone broke in and stole a $25 fan, $10 jar of nickels, $50 worth of silverware and $300 flat screen 26-inch flat screen television.

Vera Brown, 1417 W. 20th St., told police $75 worth of damage was done to the north-facing rear door and frame when someone broke in and stole a $70 portable DVD player and $50 tazer.

Monica Green, 1501 W. 37th St., said $25 of damage was done to her front window when someone broke in and stole a $20 purse.

Amalia Gabriel, 112 Parkdale Drive, said $250 of damage was done to her door frame and wooden door when someone broke in and stole a $1,000 42-inch television.

Angelita Brazle, 800 N. Beech St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $200 Apple cell phone and $600 47-inch flat screen television.

Aggravated robberies

June 13

Two male juveniles, ages 15 and 16, told police someone used a handgun when they were robbed. They told police stolen property included $20 in cash, a $300 Smart phone, $200 cell phone with sliding keyboard and $20 clear frisbee with a red light.

June 15

Alexander Klourmann, 29, said someone used a handgun to rob him and stole his wallet, student identification and bank cards.

Karon Lairy, 20, and Donna Ferguson, 41, told police someone robbed them at 5055 Velvet Ridge Road where a $100 window was broken and a $400 cell phone was stolen.

June 18

A 10-year-old male juvenile told police he was robbed at 4700 Camp Robinson Road where someone stole his $400 cell phone.

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