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Burglaries

July 4

Helen Spencer, 1505 Marion St., told police someone broke into her home and stole $100 worth of unknown bottles of medications, a $500 Phillips television, $400 Xbox and $500 Andriod tablet.

July 3

John Deere Landscapes, 9 Maumelle Curve Court, reported $300 in cash was missing.

Dena Stoneburner, 4820 Francis St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $400 42-inch flat screen television, $300 Xbox, $800 in Wii games, $250 in cash, and $50 in prescription medications.

Jimmy Reeves, 138 Marvin St., told police someone stole a $300 pair of gold earrings.

Pipe and Tube Supply, 1407 N. Cypress St., told police $150 of damage was done to the business’ wooden doors and $150 of damage to the glass doors when someone broke in. The company currently is compiling an inventory of stolen property.

July 2

Rent UR Ride, 1020 E. Broadway St., reported someone broke into the business and stole two money orders worth $400, a $15 padlock, a $300 .32-caliber semi-automatic handgun and $780 worth of cash. Four window panes were smashed during the incident, resulting in $500 of damage.

Shada Glenn, 904 W. 33rd St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $300 Xbox with Kinnect and a package of hot dog buns.

June 30

Dwayne Stokes, 4813 Atkins St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $750 Fetters air conditioning unit, $300 worth of food from the refrigerator and another $750 Fetters air conditioning unit.

June 25

Rhonda Lewis, 1239 W. 11th St., said $50 of damage was done to her window screen when someone broke in and stole a $300 laptop computer with bag and accessories, $75 cell phone, and piggy bank with $50 in change.

June 24

Coralie Stringham, 7300 Pontiac Drive, told police someone broke into her home and stole about $6,000 worth of jewelry.

Denis Wells, 1406 N. Sycamore Drive, said $100 of damage was done to the wooden door and frame when someone broke in and stole a $200 Wii video game system, $60 game controllers, $150 in video games, two $500 laptop computers, $100 suit case, $400 portable digital recording studio and $100 in assorted jewelry.

Robyn Stewart, 424 Chimney Rock Drive, told police someone attempted to break into her home through the garage door. Damage was done to one of the walls.

June 23

Clifford Ogden, 723 W. 21st St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $500 42-inch television, $300 Sony Playstation 3 game console and $50 video game.

June 22

Mark Daniel, 8004 Beechfield Drive, told police someone broke into his home and stole a $1,000 laptop computer, $400 laptop computer, $300 pearl necklace, $500 gold/pearl necklace, $500 transformer tablet and $150 transformer docking station.

Leon Hickman, 5005 N. Walnut St., said a $30 deadbolt was damaged when someone broke into his home and stole a $50 DVD player and $150 converter box.

June 21

Monica Green, 1501 W. 37th St., said someone broke into her home and stole her $300 Xbox.

Linda Hale, 1504 Allen St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $300 38-inch flat screen television set.

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