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June 16

Galya Landreth, 46, and Karen Duncan, 42, told police someone robbed them at 2 Riverfront Place where the following items were reported stolen: $50 purse, $20 wallet, credit cards, check book, $100 in cash, car keys, $100 worth of prescription medications, $50 gift card, and T-shirt.

A 17-year-old female told police that someone broke into her home at 4821 Alpha St. and upon entry destroyed various pieces of furniture. Nothing was reported missing.

Courtney Rhodes, 308 Ben St., said $150 worth of damage was done when someone kicked the door in and upon entry stole 50 assorted polo shirts worth $2,000, 10 pairs of shores valued at $700, 25 bottles of cologne worth $1,500 a $900 television, and $300 wrist watch.

Robert Lee Coates of North Little Rock told police someone broke into his home at 210 Kay St. and upon entry stole $300 worth of meat and caused $5 of damage to his screen door.

Jermain Bryant ,6628 Whippoorwill Lane, said someone broke into his home and upon entry stole a $25 ball cap, $250 window mounted air conditioner and $250 worth of coins.

Kimball & Thompson, 1 Market Plaza, reported someone broke into the business and stole a$514 check from Browning’s Mexican Grill, $102.60 in cash from Firehouse in Conway, a $18.85 check from Gusano’s, $17.40 in cash from Johnson’s Tasty, a $22.40 check from LeStarr Pizzaria, a $100.73 check from Naru, $47.90 in cash from Pizza Pro in Cabot and a $84.07 check from Quizno’s in Cabot.

No items were reported stolen when someone broke into the home of Alfred Sanders, 1904 Crutcher St., when a screw driver was used to gain entry. Nothing was reported damaged.

A $600 leaf blower was reported stolen by Arrington Apartments, 6301 Camp Robinson Road. Nothing was reported damage at the time of the theft.

Jon Sexton, 1499 Doyle Venable Drive, reported $100 of damage was done when someone broke into his $70,000 International Pro Star vehicle and upon entry stole $300 in various tools which were in a toolbox and a $300 CB radio.

Bobby Brown, 4900 Haywood St., told police someone damaged his floor when his home was burglarized. Nothing was reported stolen.

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