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Aggravated robberies

Jan. 7

A 15-year-old male told police someone stole $100 in cash, his house shoes, a $100 cell phone and a wallet when a handgun was used to rob him at 3900 Foxhill Road.

Jan. 9

Someone used a firearm to rob the Valero Station, 605 E. Broadway St. Nothing was reported stolen.

Burglary

Jan. 3

Jimmy Elders, 705 Mills St., reported someone broke into his home and stole a $300 laptop computer.

Jan. 4

AT&T Mobility, 2617 Lakewood Village Place, reported someone broke into the business and stole a $530 cell phone, $525 cell phone, and $1,200 in computer software after entry was gained by causing $250 in damage to glass pane of the front door.

Eugene and Katina Lamay, 4916 Atkins Road, reported someone broke into their home and stole a $300 32-inch flat screen television.

Foundation Pro, 1500 N. Locust St., reported $500 of damage was done to the garage door when someone broke in and stole $12 worth of beer.

Just to Bless You Resale, 3411 Parker St., reported $200 of damage was done to the door and frame when someone broke in and stole a $50 Sponge Bob kids jacket. An additional $300 of damage was done to the brick wall.

Jan. 6

Residential Real Estate, 807 Greenlea Drive, reported someone broke into the business and stole $100 hot water heater and $100 air conditioning coil.

Jan. 7

Mary Smith, 5606 Lakeview Drive, reported that her $100 watch was stolen.

Carolyn Thompson, 701 Healy Road, reported someone broke into her home and stole $400 worth of jewelry and another $400 in electronic equipment.

Michael Richard, 24 Cottage Court, reported someone stole his $500 laptop computer and a $12 pack of beer after his home was burglarized.

Jan. 9

Shea Wood, 1925 Topf St., said $100 of damage was done to her door frame when someone broke in and stole a $1,500 video camera, $600 camera and $500 50-inch flat screen television.

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