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North Little Rock

Aggravated robberies

July 27

Arthur Owens, 55, of North Little Rock was robbed at 10:22 p.m. at gunpoint at 4188 E. McCain Blvd., North Little Rock, where $50 was stolen.

July 29

Alvin Caffrey, 54, of North Little Rock had his wallet stolen at 12:10 a.m. at 210 E. Washington St., North Little Rock. It contained $40 in cash.

Aug. 2

Brandy Williams, 59, of North Little Rock was robbed at 2:59 p.m. at gunpoint at 4925 Velvet Ridge, North Little Rock, where $160 was stolen.

Family Dollar, 2633 Pike Ave., North Little Rock, reported that an unknown 42-year-old black male standing 6-1, weighing 175 pounds, stole three packages of Hanes T-shirts at 8:28 p.m.

Larry Norman, 64, of North Little Rock reported someone broke into his home at 205 E. “G” Ave. by causing $100 of damage to the exterior door. Blood samples were left. A handgun was used in the robbery, which resulted in the theft of a $1,000 men’s gold nugget ring.

Burglaries

July 27

Ashley Miller, 2804 E. Lincoln Ave., North Little Rock, said someone broke in and stole her $200 game system and $500 LCD television.

Emmanuel Tanner, 1713 Arrowhead Drive, North Little Rock, reported someone broke his door frame, gained access and stole a 43-inch, $430 flat-screen television, $200 Xbox system and $400 desktop computer.

Fingerprints were lifted at the crime scene at the home of Ian Mann, 2306 Railroad St., North Little Rock, where he reported the theft of a $1,000 laptop, six $100 Samurai swords, $200 worth of CDs, a $300 gaming console, a $100 DVR unit and an $800 40-inch television.

July 28

Verndray Williams, 1605 W. Short St., North Little Rock, reported entry was gained through breaking a window, resulting in the theft of a $300 laptop computer, $200 television, $50 DVD player, seven DVD movies, and a $20 suitcase.

ABC Preparatory Academy, 910 W. 25th St., North Little Rock, reported that a $100 pink bicycle and a $35 large box of lunch meat were stolen. Police were able to lift seven sets of fingerprints from the crime scene.

Davidea Simpson, 60301 Camp Robinson Road, Apt. 208, North Little Rock, said someone broke in and stole her $30 DVD player.

Iman Mann, 2306 Railroad St., North Little Rock, told police someone broke in and stole a $100 exercise tape and two air-conditioning units worth $200 apiece.

July 29

Vernecia Monique, 1616 Crutcher St., North Little Rock, said someone broke in and stole a $100 cell phone, $250 Xbox, $100 in DVDs, a $20 DVD player and a $50 DVD/VHS combo player. She described the thieves as a black man and woman, both in the mid-20s, with the man standing 5-11 and weighing about 220 pounds.

Jonas Marks and Mary Calva, 4600 Lynn Lane, North Little Rock, told police their residence was broken into, resulting in the theft of a $500 Dell laptop computer, $400 32-inch flat-screen television, $400 garnet ring, $100 Blu-Ray disc player, $400 cell phone, $300 mountain bike, $190 push lawn mower, and a $40 duffel bag.

Teresa White, 4416 Lynn Lane, North Little Rock, said someone broke into her home and stole a $500 37-inch high-definition TV.

Stephanie McCarthy, 913 W. 54th St., North Little Rock, said her home was broken into, resulting in the theft of a $500 flat-screen television, $400 Xbox game system and a $6 pack of beer. Police lifted fingerprints from the scene.

July 30

Kimberly Chattmes, 605 Dorothy St., North Little Rock, said burglars caused $200 worth of damage entering the back door. An inventory of stolen property is being compiled.

Rent-UR-Ride, no address given, told police someone broke into the business through the north side of the building and stole a $400 Acer laptop computer and a $40 cordless phone.

July 31

Gina Nelson, 1929 Lenell Drive, North Little Rock, reported that burglars broke in and stole a $500 T-Mobile Slate tablet computer, $300 game system, $30 DVD player, three watches worth $100 apiece, $200 game system, $50 worth of Xbox games, $50 of Nintendo games, $300 laptop computer and a $35 Atlanta Braves baseball cap.

Beverly Hervey, 4610 Boyer St., North Little Rock, said burglars broke in and stole a $165 air conditioner. The suspect left a black T-shirt.

Sherwood

Thefts

July 25

Tressie Jackson, 117 Manson Road, Apt. 130, Sherwood, told police that on July 23 at about 1 p.m. she notice her son’s $40 bicycle missing from her patio.

Eliza Arias, 1 Larkwood St., Sherwood, said she went to California in March and upon her return she noticed about $3,800 worth of her jewelry missing. She told police that her son had several kids spending the night while she was in California.

Charles and Lois Hagerup, 708 Autumnbrook Circle, Sherwood, told police that when Lois came home she found that the glass on the back door had been shattered. Missing property included $10,000 worth of jewelry and golf clubs, game console, laptop computer, a wrist watch and glass ring from George Mason University. The Hagerups told police they do not know the serial numbers of the missing property.

Arrests

July 25

Timothy Rooney, 57, of Little Rock was arrested on charges of false evidence of registration (felony), crossing the fog line and driving with an expired license after police stopped his vehicle because it crossed the fog line as he was driving on Brookswood Road near Jan Road.

Accidents

July 26

Tiffany Luckadue, 113 Manson Road, Apt. 101, Sherwood, told police she was in the drive through lane of the Indianhead Shopping Center McDonald’s drive-in, waiting, when her vehicle was struck from behind, leaving $250 worth of scratches to her rear bumper. Her vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Greg Tober, no address given.

Catherine Johnson of Little Rock said she was at the EZ Mart gas pumps on Kiehl Avenue facing westward, backed up, when a vehicle driven by Leonard Kemp of Sherwood pulled behind her and stopped. Johnson’s vehicle sustained no damage when a minor collision ensued, but Kemp’s vehicle received $500 of damage.

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