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Burglaries

Nov. 8

Guarionex Decastro, 2800 John Ashley Drive, reported someone used a crow bar to break into his home and upon entry stole a backpack containing tools and a bundle of insulated cooper wire worth $200.

Angela Romes, 623 W. 16th St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $250 Xbox system.

Tommie Hankins, 4107 Lochridge St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $2,850 2003 Kawasaki 650.

Aviance Tucker, 2301 Railroad St., said someone broke in and stole a $100 kitchen sink and $30 worth of copper.

Nov. 10

Deli Mart, 5017 Lynch Drive, reported $200 of damage was done to the front door when someone broke in and stole $275 in cash out of two cash registers which were also stolen. Both registers were valued at $900.

Phillip Lewis, 2223 W. Short 17th St., reported $50 of damage was done to his front door when someone broke in. Nothing was reported missing.

Nov. 11

Martha Davis, 112 W. M Ave., said $300 of damage was done to her front door when someone broke in and upon entry stole $1,800 worth of jewelry.

Brad Co. 3701 E. Progress St., reported someone broke into a Mack truck and stole a $300 GPS system. Damage totaled $5,000.

Chap’s Bar, 2695 Pike Ave., reported $150 of damage was done to the company’s wooden gate door and glass window when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $500 laptop computer and $300 worth of alcohol.

Nov. 13

Latisha Meadows, 2011 Axtec Drive, Building B Apt. 103, reported that someone broke her door frame, causing $100 of damage, and upon entry stole a $300 laptop computer.

Christian Storay, 4712 N. Sycamore St., reported $20 of damage was done to his window fencing when someone broke in and stole a $150 flat screen computer monitor, $200 20-inch flat screen television, $80 in silver coins and a Kennedy half dollar.

Barbara Peer, 1909 Highway 161, reported someone broke into her home by causing $200 of damage to her south side bedroom window. Nothing was reported stolen.

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