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North Little Rock Police Beat

Burglaries

Dec. 7

Ron Pack Carpet, 1501 Highway 161, reported someone broke into the business, busted a $100 pair of French doors and another $200 set of French double doors, and left the premises stealing $40 in cash.

Tyronda Griffin, 700 Graham Road, gained entry by breaking through a window, causing $30 of damage. Once inside, someone stole a $200 Xbox, $100 home alarm system, and $100 television.

Irvin Daniel, 1622 Waterside Drive, told police someone broke into his home and stole two $900 LCD televisions.

Judy Woods, 6536 Whippoorwill Lane, said someone broke in and stole a $1,000 flat screen television.

Angela Garner, 417 E. 20th St., said someone broke in and stole $80 in cash, $400 ring and $100 portable DVD player.

Brett Wilson, 110 Belmont St., said $50 of damage was done to his door when someone gained entry and stole a $200 guitar, $350 flat screen television and a $20 Flexfit. A total of $800 of damage was done to the wood finish.

Osibee Johnson, 508 W. 18th St., said $20 of damage was done when her window was broken as a result of someone gaining access and stealing two $500 flat screen televisions. She also had $100 of damage done to the kitchen door and door frame from the garage.

Felicia Allen, 1501 W. 11th St., said someone broke in and stole a 200 game console, $1,500 laptop computer, $250 MP3 music player, and $60 worth of various disc games and game consoles.

Killis Parsons, 5021 Velvet Ridge Drive, Apt. AL-13, reported her door frame was damaged when someone broke into her residence and stole a $650 52-inch flat screen television.

Larry Rollins and Joshua Thomas, 5011 Velvet Ridge Road, Apt., BJA-13, reported $200 of damage was done to their back door when someone broke in and stole a $75 Sony Playstation 2, $200 Gameboy, $100 iPod Nano, $250 in cash, $300 Xbox, $220 22-inch flat screen television and $450 in miscellaneous clothing.

Brandi Nelson, 5011 Velvet Ridge Road, Apt. BJA-14, reported $150 of damage was done to her door when someone broke in and stole a 32-inch flat screen television worth $300, 220 DVD movies, $1,000 laptop, and $100 in miscellaneous other property.

Arkansas Hearing Aid Service, 406 W. 26th St., said someone broke through the front door and frame. Upon entry, someone stole two hearing aid sets worth $2,400, two other sets of hearing aids worth $4,000, $350 flat screen television, $30 in candy, and about $500 worth of other property. Police found pry marks and $20 worth of damage to the front door and frame.

Dec. 8

Patricia Nixon, 1205 W. 43rd St., said $1,500 worth of damage was done to her sliding glass door when someone broke in and stole a $800 laptop computer.

Jessica Stagg, 4606 Lakeshore Drive, reported $400 of damage was done to her door and storm door when someone broke in and stole a 52-inch flat screen television worth $900, $150 DVD player, $650 rifle with scope, .22-caliber rifle worth $400, $200 in jewelry, and $600 iPad.

Johnny Jackson, 5020 E. Broadway St., reported $100 of damage was done to his back door when someone broke in and stole three televisions worth $600 and three $100 radios.

Guanacos Billiard’s, 3405 Pike Ave., reported someone caused $100 of damage to the back door when they broke in and stole the $300 cash register.

Dec. 9

Susan Durham, 401 W. D Ave., said $50 of damage was done to his window screen when someone broke in and stole $300 in cash, some documents with his personal information, $100 in personal medications and a $5 pack of cigarettes.

Petro Lopez and the city of North Little Rock, 920 W. 24th St., reported someone broke in and stole a $450 television and broke a $100 window with the use of a pocket knife.

Dec. 11

Joshua Myers, 1223 W. 7th St., said $100 of damage was done to the door when someone broke in and stole a $500 flat screen television, $700 laptop, $200 Wii video game system, $80 speaker system, $200 Think pad, $200 GPS unit, $60 hand GPS unit, three workout shirts, two $100 Smart phones, and a $90 pair of hiking backpacks.

Dec. 12

The Golden Corral, 5001 Warden Road, reported someone broke in and caused $100 worth of damage to the doors. The restaurant is currently conducting an inventory.

Marleachina McJunkins, 1912 Parker St., said someone broke in and stole a $200 flat screen television, $300 laptop and $100 pair of boots.

Shaveta McKay, 5912 MacArthur Drive, said $25 of damage was done to her window when someone broke in and stole a $500 worth of Xbox 360 games, $150 PS3 system, and $50 iPod Touch.

Nov. 14

Carola Johnson, 5100 Summertree Drive, Apt. BS-13, reported someone broke in and stole 50 audio CDs, 200 DVD movies, two $300 laptops, four video games worth $60, a $200 Wii, $300 Xbox, $300 flat screen television and a $200 Blue Ray player.

Aggravated robberies

Dec. 7

Gino’s Pizzria and Philly Steaks, 2000 Pike Ave., reported someone came into the business with a handgun and stole $2,500.

Dec. 8

Three teenage juveniles ages 15-16 told police a male about 17 years old robbed them and took $245 in cash and one of their credit cards at 4134 E. McCain Blvd.

Dec. 10

OK Food Mart, 5624 Fairfax Ave., said someone with a handgun came in and stole $500 in cash.

Dec. 13

Amy Almagaleh of the Exxon gas station, 3800 Camp Robinson Road, reported someone with a handgun came in and stole $700 in cash.

Theopolis Chunn, 29; Brittanya Blakely, 21; and Darby Williams Jr., 22, reported someone came into their home at 2114 Fendlley Ave. and robbed them with a handgun. Items stolen include $4,000 in cash, $200 in shoes, $100 backpack, $50 duffel bag, a wallet, $10 more in cash, $600 flat screen television, and papers with their personal information on it.

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