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Oct. 12

Taniko Turner, 1419 W. 9th St., reported someone broke into her home through the east side window into a bedroom and upon entry stole a $1,500 flat screen television, and a $200 game console.

Regina May, 2001 W. 20th St., told police someone caused $100 worth of damage to her back door window to gain access and upon entry someone stole a $150 Dell laptop computer and some meat.

Kandace Pearson, 5200 Summertree Drive, reported her window sustained $100 worth of damage when someone gained entry and stole a $150 television, $300 television, and $120 Nintendo game system.

Oct. 13

Angela Johnson, 2408 Ella Court, said $100 worth of damage was done to her door by someone who broke in and stole a $200 iPod Touch, $1,200 laptop computer, $1,900 hard drive and monitor, $800 iPad 2, $500 32-inch flat screen television, $250 25-inch flat screen television, $700 in cash, and about $200 worth of jewelry.

Oct. 14

Amber Davis, 3900 McCain Park Drive, said someone broke into her home and stole a $300 laptop computer, $200 Kindle Fire and $50 check.

Oct. 15

C.M.G., 4513 Lynch Drive, reported someone broke in and stole a $250 Cybershot Sony camera, $300 R300 Epson printer, six HP laptops worth a total of $2,400, and a $800 DVD/Blue Ray Duplicator.

Riverside Medical Distribution Inc., 1101 E. 5th St., reported someone broke in and stole a small $150 flat screen television and 20 blank checks. A total of $100 worth of damage was done to the entry point wall and $50 more in damage to the door and frame.

Oct. 16

Loretta Oudthone, 2614 Lincoln St., told police an unknown man about 50 years old who had been drinking gained access to her residence and stole two leather coats worth a total of $500 in addition to a $50 DVD player.

Monidarrel Barnum, 404 W. 16th St., reported $100 worth of damage was done to his door frame when someone forced their way in and stole a $300 Xbox, $800 Asus laptop and $580 Vizio flat screen television.

Alicia Jones, 2011 Aztec Drive, Apt. 20B, said $150 worth of damage was done to the door when someone broke in and stole a $350 Sony Playstation 3 and $500 laptop computer.

Freddy Hernandez, 617 Curtis Sykes Drive, reported his front door sustained $100 of damage when someone broke in and stole $40 in cash. Police were able to lift fingerprints from the crime scene.

Oct. 18

Robert Neill, 517 Silverwood Trail, told police someone broke into his home and stole a $300 .22-caliber handgun, $450 Stihl chainsaw and a $3,000 all-terrain Polaris 425 CC Sportsman vehicle.

William Brown, 4023 Pike Drive, told police someone broke into his home, caused $50 of damage to his door, and stole his $300 32-inch flat screen Phillips television set and a $400 Franklin Mint poker chips set.

Armed robberies

Oct. 12

Brian Johnson, 36, told police an unknown man he described as 5’8,” 220 pounds, and black used a 12-gauge shotgun to rob him of $50. The armed robbery took place at 212 E. 8th St. at 7:20 p.m.

A 14-year-old juvenile boy said an unnamed 15-year-old black male assaulted him at Lakewood Middle School, 2300 Lakeview Drive, and stole $2 in cash.

Oct. 13

Christopher Ojukwu, 24, told police an unknown man in his mid-30s, 5’7,” weighing 145 pounds and black robbed him at gunpoint at 3805 MacArthur at 2:40 a.m. and stole his wallet which had his credit/debit cards.

Pierre Jones Jr., 37, reported an unknown person used a handgun to steal his $10,000 Chevy Equinox at 5:30 p.m. at 1800 Pike Ave.

Oct. 15

Kanisha Washington, 22, told police an unknown person used a handgun to rob her of $20 in cash while she was at 4834 North Hills Blvd. at 11 p.m.

Oct. 18

A 9-year-old juvenile boy told police that someone used a knife/cutting instrument to rob him of his $300 iPhone while he was at 400 W. 35th St., at 7:55 a.m.

Oct. 19

Odis Wilson, 52, told police someone used a handgun to steal $45 in cash from him while he was at 1700 Nona St. at 3:30 a.m.

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