North Little Rock
Randal Garrett, 1804 W. 47th St., said $200 of damage was done to his door when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $800 flat screen television.
Jimmy Ashley, 4100 E. McCain Blvd., reported someone stole $350 worth of medications and clothes from his duffel bag.
David Aycock, 1220 Graham Road, said someone broke into his home and stole a $1,200 47-inch flat screen television, $300 Xbox and 65 Xbox games worth $1,000.
James and Jean Strawn, 100 Garner St., said $300 of damage was done to their door and frame when someone broke in and stole $2,000 worth of rings and necklaces, a $600 72-inch flat screen television, $400 42-inch flat screen television, $300 vacuum, a $300 acoustic guitar and $200 tool set.
Kristy Williams, 203 W. I Ave., said someone broke into her home and stole 30 pieces of assorted undergarments valued at $75.
Scott Cooper, 5616 Foxboro Drive, reported someone broke into his home and stole a $40 cell phone, $200 worth of assorted jewelry, $500 Wii and assorted games, a $600 Xbox with games and a $300 32-inch flat screen television.
Demetric Settles, 2104 Main St., said someone broke into his home and stole $1,500 in cash, a $300 flat screen television, $200 video console, $250 laptop computer, and two $30 firearm magazines. Access was gained by damaging two glass windows worth $100.
Burger King, 11941 Maumelle Blvd., reported a $500 glass door was damaged when someone broke in and stole $1,905.26 in cash.
J Mart, 1513 E. Washington St., reported $300 of damage was done when someone broke the front glass door to gain entry and stole long style shorts and $50 in cigarettes.
Channette Reed, 706 Gardenia Ave., said someone broke into his home and stole a $90 watch, 20 Oxycotin pills worth $1,000, a $450 32-inch television and $450 60-inch television.
Hardy Post reported that someone used a handgun to rob the Corner Store Valero, 9600 Arkansas 165 where two cases of beer were stolen, $100 in cash and a $200 cell phone.
Alfred Aquil said she was robbed by an unknown man at 2401 Parker St. where she had $75 in cash and a $15 cell phone stolen.
Stellas Liquor Store, 4816 E. Broadway St., reported someone used a firearm to try and rob the business. Nothing was reported stolen but left at the scene were broken pieces of dentures, three bullets/BBs, the suspect’s watch, a BB gun, an aluminum baseball bat, a hat, and jacket. The suspect was described as a black male about 69 years old, standing 5’10” and weighing 200 pounds.
Erica Pierce of Shorter College Gardens, 800 N, Beech St., told police she was assaulted. The unknown perpetrator was described as a 26-year-old black male just under six feet tall and 190 pounds.