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Aggravated robberies

Oct. 6

James, 66, and Lorraine Ann Youngman, 67, along with Odell Spires Jr., 21, told police they were robbed at gunpoint at Taco Bell, 901 E. Broadway St. Police reported that the victims had a purse stolen with some miscellaneous content totaling $40 and $1 in cash.

Regelio Hernandez, 35, and Francisco Molina Ramirez, 28, told police they were robbed at gunpoint at 4405 N. Maple St. where someone stole a $100 Hi Point C F-380 handgun and 380 rounds of ammunition plus a black T-shirt and blue hoodie.

Burglaries

Oct. 5

Joshua Freels and Jimason Thomas, 3 Lenwood Court, said someone broke into their residence and stole $50 worth of computer software, 12 video games valued at $300, $200 iPod, $200 iPhone 4S, 20 Polo shirts worth $60, $120 in cash, $100 wireless headphones and one $50 diamond stud earning.

Teresa Westfaul, 6303 Chippewa Drive, reported someone caused $100 worth of damage to her home by breaking some glass. Nothing was reported stolen.

Temesha Gibson, 4909 Arrowhead Place, reported someone broke into her home and stole $50 in miscellaneous food items, a $500 37-inch Sanyo flat screen television, $250 Sony Playstation 3, $100 DVD player with external speakers, $500 Dell laptop and a $50 iPod Touch.

Oct. 6

Frank Goodwin, 3705 Sevier Drive, said $100 worth of damage was done to the carport door frame when someone broke in and stole a $1,500 .75-karat diamond ring and $300 RCA television. Police were able to lift fingerprints from the crime scene.

Oct. 7

Patricia Parker, 2209 N. Berkley St., said she is currently doing an inventory after her house was burglarized.

Joanne Brown, 3 Martin Lane, said someone broke into her home and stole a $300 32-inch television, $500 Zenith flat screen television, $10 television remote and $10 television power cord. Police were able to lift a partial print from the crime scene.

Daniel Brasher, 6909 Flintrock Road, said someone caused $200 worth of damage to his door frame to gain entry. Nothing was reported stolen.

Brenda Parker, 1215 W. 43rd St., said $50 of damage was done to his door when someone gained entry and stole a $60 DVD player.

Patricia Jackson, 508 Parkdale St., said someone broke in and stole a $300 Emerson flat panel television. Police were able to lift fingerprints from the crime scene.

Oct. 8

East Belt Liquor, 8100 Baucum Pike, reported $900 worth of damage was done to the business’ bullet proof window when someone broke in and stole $300 in alcohol and a $250 hard drive. Police found fingerprints on a metal window grate.

Richard Dunkle, 319 W. 47th St., reported someone broke in and stole a $300 hot water heater. The suspect was described as a male in his early 30s weighing about 210 pounds and standing 5’7.”

Keith and Jennifer Helton, 1300 W. 49th St., told police someone broke in and stole a $200 .22-caliber revolver, .22-caliber Rossi firearm, $500 Marin 30-30, $3,000 women’s engagement ring, two more women’s rings worth $800, $300 Dell laptop, $600 Toshiba laptop, $500 32-inch RCA television, checkbooks, and $100 U.S. M.C. Kabar survival knife.

Roberto Perez, 1314 W. 12th St., said someone stole $40 in cash from his home.

Cheryl Avance 707 W. 45th St., said $25 worth of damage was done to her window when someone broke in and stole seven different types of assorted prescription medications valued at $100.

Oct. 9

Ernetta Whittington, 807 N. Hickory St., said entry was gained by someone causing $100 of damage to the door frame and upon entry he or she stole $100 in miscellaneous food, a $100 19-inch flat screen television, $250 desktop computer, $100 laptop computer, $300 Sony Playstation 3 game console, $900 Wifi USB, and $5 handkerchief.

Pamela Haynie, 606 Water St., told police someone broke in and stole a $750 42-inch flat screen television.

Oct. 10

Nwamaka Maduagwu, 5025 Velvet Ridge Drive, reported someone broke her door frame, causing $200 in damage, and upon entry her purse was stolen which had $260 in cash and debit cards.

BCI, 21 Collins Industrial Place, told police someone tried to break into the business with an undetermined amount of damage done to some heavy construction equipment, tin container and cardboard pieces.

Bryan Flowers, 1523 N. Sycamore St., said someone tried breaking into the home through the south-facing porch. Nothing was stolen.

Oct. 11

Dornormeyell Jordon, 519 W. 17th St., reported $50 of damage was done to the door frame when someone broke in and stole a $800 60-inch flat screen television. Police found fingerprints and shoe prints.

Barby Oliver, 701 Dorothy Lane, told police a window screen was torn when someone broke in and stole a $200 42-inch flat screen television and three debit/credit cards.

Angela Gary, 505 Kay St., said someone broke in and stole a $500 42-inch flat screen television, $150 Sansui 24-inch television, $60 watch and $12.25 charm bracelet.

Kathleen Blackman, 111 Latona Lane, said someone caused $100 of damage to her back door to break in. Nothing was reported stolen.

Maritza Fernandez, 2512 South St., said her $50 door lock was broken when someone burglarized her home and stole $100 worth of various hand tools, $100 in electronic equipment, and $100 worth of clothing.

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