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Burglaries

Jan. 12

Steven Rhodes,800 E. 17th St., told police someone caused $500 of damage to the door frame when his residence was burglarized and $1,550 worth of televisions and electronic equipment was stolen.

Jan. 13

Teaira Galloway, 2000 Parkway St., said someone broke into her home and stole $1,200 worth of televisions.

Jan. 14

Cassandra Brock, 4304 School Drive, said someone broke into her home and stole a $300 video game console and five Xbox video games valued at $200.

Dianne Walker, 1012 Graham Road, reported someone stole $10 from her.

Rosanne Hale, 2011 Aztec Drive, Apt. B-18, said someone broke into her unit and stole a $150 video game system, $450 television, $25 remote, $50 computer monitor and $35 keyboard.

Lakeisha Page-Harden, 719 E. 16th St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $705 50-inch flat screen television.

Jan. 15

Gregory Armstrong, 1024 Roseclair St., reported three flat screen televisions valued at $900 were stolen when someone broke into his home.

Kendra Brown, 800 N. Beech St., Apt. A-41, said three televisions worth $1,500, a $200 Xbox system and 10 XBox video games valued at $400 were stolen. Entry was gained by causing $50 of damage to the wood door frame.

Jan. 16

Pam Hunter, 6612 Wippoorwill Lane, reported $20 of damage was done to her door frame when someone broke in and stole a $300 Xbox, two televisions worth $1,400 and a $700 computer.

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