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Nov. 23

Burglaries

The Dodge Store, 2910 E. Broadway St., reported someone burglarized the business. An inventory is taking place. Damage was done to an air vent in the amount of $300.

Pamela Johnson, Judy Rio and Kwontha Little, 4920 Augusta Circle, told police someone broke in and stole 50 VCR’s valued at $500 and a DVD player worth $40.

Keith Morisette, 4301 Alma St., told police someone caused $50 worth of damage to the kitchen window to gain access and upon entry removed a $750 television, $500 laptop, $500 laptop, $400 game player, $500 handgun and $500 worth of clothes.

Fernando Barajas, 112 Water St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $350 television, $700 big screen television and caused $200 worth of damage to the carport door.

Kenneth Matlock, 4900 Augusta Circle, told police $50 worth of damage was done to his window where someone gained access and stole a $100 Xbox and $327 laptop computer.

Suzanne Greene, 7605 Vestal Blvd., Apt. A-20, told police someone broke in and stole a $200 Wi gaming system, $40 in Xbox games, 10 Wii games worth $200 and two Wii controllers valued at $60.

Shakaishon Hutchinson, 1910 W. 18th St., someone caused $75 worth of damage to her north facing window and upon entry stole a $340 Sony Playstation 3, $212 12-guage shotgun and $20 backpack.

Nov. 24

Sharonica Wright, 2100 W. Long 17th St., said someone broke in and stole a $500 laptop computer.

Faye Parker, 1609 Ben St., told police $100 worth of damage was done to her door frame when someone broke in and stole an undetermined number of items. An inventory is currently being done.

Marsha Sandall, 409 W. 55th St., said someone broke in and stole a jar of pennies containing $20, $50 in assorted jewelry a $800 flat screen television and $500 laptop.

Nov. 25

Tammy Armstead, 2301 Division St., Apt. 1104, told police someone broke in and stole three televisions worth $1,500, $200 Xbox 360, $200 PS3 system, PS3 games worth $200 and a $10 DVD movie.

Nov. 26

Shane O’Cain, 414 Pickwick St., said someone broke in and stole $3,200 worth of electronic equipment, $400 Xbox, and an Xbox360.

Joey Taylor, 6513 Wind Hill St., told police $100 worth of damage was done to his door when someone broke in and stole his $10,000 Chevrolet Avalanche, $800 50-inch HDTV and $300 .32-caliber revolver.

Nov. 27

Russell Cellular, 13236 Crystal Hill Road, reported someone stole $200 in cash.

Richard Page, 901 Scenic Drive, said someone broke into his home and stole a $200 firearm, $20 worth of ammunition, $400 laptop, $400 laptop, and $400 flat screen television, along with a $100 safe containing his personal information.

Marsha McKinley, 202 Bluebell St., told police someone caused $200 of damage to the door, gained access, and stole a $700 flat screen television, $400 in video games, $500 flat screen television, and $500 laptop.

Sara Castleberry, 15 Lori Lane, told police someone broke into her home and stole a $400 television, $300 Xbox, two laptops worth $2,200, another $100 Xbox, a $200 revolver, and a $100 mini laptop.

Keon Utsey, 1315 N. Franklin St., said $50 of damage was done to his window and upon entry someone stole a $560 Sony television. Police were able to obtain blood samples at the crime scene.

Samantha Rainey, 1831 Broken Arrow Drive, said someone broke in and stole a $325 laptop and $100 cell phone.

Nov. 28

Susan Bryant, 4817 Arlington Road, said $300 worth of damage was done to her front door frame when someone broke in and stole $750 worth of computer software, $700 of electronic equipment and paper documents.

David Powis-Dow, 3701 Avondale Road, said $100 of damage was caused to his window when someone broke in and stole two laptops worth $1,000, $700 laptop, $50 in cash and a $200 E-reader.

Bryan Flowers, 1523 N. Sycamore St., said $100 of damage was done to his window screen and $100 to his window pane when someone broke in and stole a $250 20-gauge pump shotgun, $500 flat screen television, $400 flat screen television, $800 laptop computer and $130 pair of tennis shoes.

Jeffrey Brown, 9202 Highway 165, said someone broke in and stole a 46-inch television valued at $1,000, 10 coats worth $1,000, another 46-inch television set and a $300 remote control car.

Nov. 29

Willa Frazier, 4900 Augusta Circle, said $100 of damage was done to her door and frame when someone broke in and stole a jar containing coins and $400 silver diamond engagement/wedding ring.

LaCrystal Huckey, 1101 Healy St., said three flat screen televisions were stolen worth $950, $200 iPad, $50 DVD player, $400 laptop, $300 silver necklace, and a $30 suitcase after someone broke in.

Waylon Franklin, 1418 W. 23rd St., said a window was broken out when someone burglarized his home and upon entry someone stole a $300 flat screen television, $400 laptop, $300 Playstation 3, $100 firearm, and $300 in DVDs and CDs.

Nov. 30

Margaret Rainey, 623 N. Hickory St., said someone broke in and stole a set of sterling silver flatware in a wooden box.

Aggravated robberies

Aug. 27

Jenneth Jeffries, a pizza delivery driver for Dominos, told police someone stole $22 in cash and $48 worth of pizzas and soft drinks at 5120 Summertree Drive, Apt. 12. A handgun was used during the incident.

Nov. 28

Linda Rollins of Shell Gas Station, 2522 Highway 161, told police someone using a handgun came into the business and stole $200 in cash.

Crystal Cross, 26, told police someone robbed her of $45 worth of pizzas at 5120 Summertree Drive.

Nov. 29

Kelly Boswell, 42, told police she was robbed at 4110 Health Care Drive when her purse was stolen which had debit cards, $100 iPhone and $7 in cash.

Brian Porter, 42, told police an unknown male robbed him at 3804 Camp Robinson Road when they took $30 in cash.

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