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North Little Rock police beat

Oct. 21

Burglaries

Tina Ashford, 713 W. 54th St., told police someone broke into her home and stole $190 Beats Headphones.

Clarence Neal, 1001 W. Scenic Drive, told police someone broke in and stole a $1,100 42-inch flat screen television and $50 cable box. An inventory of stolen property is pending.

Oct. 22

Juan Rodriguez, 1700 W. Short 17th St., told police someone caused $100 worth of damage to his door frame to gain access when they stole a $500 laptop and $300 flat screen television. A window also sustained $100 worth of damage.

Jan Ann Southwell, 1209 W. 41st St., said $50 of damage was caused when someone broke a bedroom window, gained access and stole a $200 Wii and $500 iPod Touch.

Jon Martin, 717 N. Magnolia Drive, told police someone smashed the bedroom window to gain access and stole a $25 20-inch television, $25 Playstation 2, $100 laptop computer and $50 vision assistance monitor.

Oct. 23

Amber Balitmore, 701 W. 18th St., told police someone broke into her residence and stole a $200 Sony Playstation 3.

Tonya Howard, 521 W. 14th St., said a crow bar approximately 12 inches long was used to cause $400 worth of damage to the dry wall as someone broke into her home and stole a $300 22-inch flat screen television, $150 13-inch flat screen television and 15 DVD’s worth $150. A total of $400 worth of damage was done to a window.

Shanna Hines, 4706 Francis St., told police someone broke into her home and stole $400 worth of jewelry.

Oct. 24

Christina Gold, 1806 W. 18th St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $600 laptop computer and $300 9-millimeter pistol. Partial prints were lifted from the crime scene.

Thelma Cox, 2123 Parkway St., reported someone broke in and stole a $325 42-inch flat screen television and $100 in miscellaneous property.

Oct. 25

Curtis Jenkins, 1715 Division St., told police $50 of damage was done to his front door when someone broke in and stole a $1,500 Panasonic television.

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