North Little Rock
Charles O’Neal, 29, told police he was robbed by someone with a handgun at 300 Main St. His wallet was stolen, $200 in cash and a $10 courier bag.
Broderick Donnell, 34, told police someone robbed him of five $20 bills at 400 S. Jones Drive.
The Wyndham Riverfront Hotel, 2 Riverfront Drive, reported someone came into the hotel with a handgun and stole $400 in cash.
Bryan Porter, 42, reported someone robbed him of a $150 pair of athletic shoes and $30 in cash at 809 W. Pershing Blvd.
Patsey Boerner, 54, told police someone used a handgun and stole $266.65 in cash at 1412 Main St.
David Thomas, 24, told police someone used a knife to rob him at 2221 E. Second St. The robber was described as a black male in his early 30s, standing 5’8" and weighing 160 pounds.
Chad Burroughs, 38, told police someone robbed him at 4600 N. Gum St. and took his credit card.
RB Auto, 34 Market Plaza, said someone caused $500 of damage to the overhead door, gained entry into the business, and stole $800 in cash, $600 in automotive tools and a $4,000 scanning tool.
Margaret Rainey, 623 N. Hickory St., said someone broke into her home and stole a wave cap and a set of sterling silver flat ware in a wooden box.
Melissa Davis, 5517 MacArthur Drive, said someone broke into her home and stole a bottle of Adderal, Diazepam and Hydrocodone, each having 60 pills for a total loss of $75.
Argenta Motors, 108 W. 8th St., reported a break in. Nothing was reported stolen.
Kanisha Magsby, 1701 Arrowhead Drive, reported $50 of damage was done to an exterior window when someone gained entry and stole a $500 51-inch flat screen television, $200 32-inch flat screen television, $200 video game console, $300 laptop computer, a $180 pair of shoes, $30 Dallas Mavericks cap and $30 Philadelphia Flyers cap. She later reported an additional two pairs of shoes valued at $340 and 10 additional ball caps valued at $350 were stolen.
Evan Thomas, 4416 Atkins St., said someone broke in and stole a $1,000 laptop, $100 PS2, $20 game disc, $300 notebook and $60 in cash.
Patrick Coughlin, 1920 W. 16th St., reported someone broke in and stole a $368 42-inch flat screen television, $900 laptop computer, $55 DVD player and $80 wireless keyboard after entry was gained when $200 of damage was done to the back door and its frame.
Theressa Turner, 1920 N. Moss St., reported someone broke in and stole a $800 television, $200 television, $700 laptop, and a $300 game system.
Monica Wright, 1503 N. Willow St., told police someone broke in and stole a $300 Sprint Galaxy cell phone.