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Aggravated robberies

Aug. 11

Stephen Ware, 50, told police someone used a handgun to rob him at 3925 Freeman Circle. Nothing was reported stolen.

Aug. 12

Nathaniel Gordon, 26, told police someone used a shotgun to rob him at 2550 Highway 161 where he had stolen $50 in cash and a set of keys.

A 15-year-old male told police someone used a handgun to steal his $400 Apple cell phone at 1408 Magnolia Drive.

Aug. 14

Samantha Grabher, 38, told police someone robbed Wal-Mart, 4450 McCain Blvd., where two towels, laundry soap, and Wal-Mart receipts were stolen.

Metropolitan National Bank, 3901 Camp Robinson Road, reported someone used a handgun to steal an undisclosed amount of money.

Riaz Adeal, 27, told police someone used a handgun at 4614 E. Broadway St. to steal $1,200 in cash, four credit cards, one debit card, a wallet, and medication.

Aug. 15

Rodney Bell, 56, said someone used a handgun at 5010 Velvet Ridge to steal his wallet and $300 iPhone.

Aug. 16

Courtney Petroff, 26; Stephen Taylor, 26; and Lewis Taylor, 28; told police someone stole her cell phone case at Wal-Mart, 12001 Maumelle Blvd.

Burglaries

Aug. 9

Jamon Stewart, 4919 Coral Drive, said someone caused $25 of damage to his window pane and upon entry stole a $300 Vizio television, $400 laptop computer, and a $300 digital camera.

Aug. 12

Robert Stevenson, 1904 N. Magnolia Drive, said $175 of damage was done to his north facing windows when someone broke in and stole a $1,900 65-inch flat screen television, $300 in men’s pants and a $500 outside air conditioning unit.

Aaron Fitzgerald, 710 N. Olive St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $100 portable DVD player, $200 Playstation 3, $300 27-inch flat screen television, $400 laptop and 12 Playstation 3 games totaling $600.

Cordia Smith, 3900 McCain Park, said $200 of damage was done to her front door and frame when someone broke in and stole a $300 laptop computer and $1,500 flat screen television.

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