North Little Rock
Rita Pifer, 57; Martha Hill, 55; Tidas Claxton, 24, and a five-year-old girl were robbed by someone using a handgun at 721 W. 36th St. Three cell phones valued at $500 were stolen.
Ali Yafai, 22; and a 13-year-old boy were robbed at the Exxon gas station, 3800 Camp Robinson Road. A 30-pack of Bud lite was stolen.
Donnell Flowers Jr., 53, was robbed with the help of a knife at 124 Eureka Gardens Road where he had $150 in cash and a cell phone stolen.
James Jennings Jr., 41, told police he was robbed at 1717 W. Long 17th St., where some of his recordings and audio-visual equipment were stolen.
Myron Wright, 20, told police someone used a handgun to rob him at 4700 Allen Drive where he had stole $28 in cash, his wallet, a Wal-Mart uniform and a black back pack.
Linda Wood, 52, told police she was robbed at 398 W. 44th St., where someone stole her purse.
Sheila Adams, 51, told police someone used a blunt object to rob her at 823 W. 45th St. where she had stolen a $10 flip phone and a set of keys.
Kristy Neely, 4405 N. Locust St., reported someone broke into her home and stole $255 in cash.
A 16-year-old boy told police that 3509 N. Willow St. had been broken into where someone stole a $400 Xbox, $250 Playstation 3, $20 cooler and $150 Black Microsoft PSP.
Terri Walker, 4613 N. Magnolia St., told police $100 of damage was done to her door when someone broke in and upon entry someone stole a $100 digital camera, $500 laptop, and about $10,000 worth of jewelry.
Iamaman Rufus, 1118 N. H St., said someone broke into his home and stole three $300 Playstation III game systems, $400 television, 10 movies worth a total of $200, and $200 in video games.
Anita Singleton, 111 Farmere Circle, told police $25 of damage was done to her door when someone broke in and stole two flat screen televisions worth $500, $100 sound bar and $45 DVD player.
Jenelle Sullivan, 1217 W. 13th St., said someone broke into her home and stole her $50 DVD player and a set of car keys.
Thomas Sullivan, 1109 Park St., said $150 of damage was done to his window when someone broke in and stole a $700 laptop, $195 watch, two other watches worth $150, $169 semi-automatic firearm, $209 drum machine, five bottles of cologne worth $300.
Nellie Mosley, 5600 Southwind Drive, said someone broke into her home and stole an umbrella and $20 in change.
Willie Johnson, 5015 Velvet Ridge, said $75 of damage was caused to his door frame when someone broke in and stole seven pairs of athletic shoes valued at $700, two $300 televisions, $500 pad, $500 laptop and $200 game system.