North Little Rock

Burglaries

Feb. 28

Ira Jones, 33, 1500 E. 2nd St., said someone broke into her home by shattering the living room window, causing $150 of damage. Upon entry, someone stole a $500 32-inch Magnavox television. Police were able to retrieve blood/DNA samples at the crime scene.

Gloria Carreon, 115 Latona Lane, said $300 of damage was done to her door when someone broke into her house. She told police a $900 computer and $1,200 worth of electronic equipment were stolen.

March 1

Antonio Robinson, 4932 Augusta Circle, told police someone broke into his home and stole clothes, furs, $50 in money and caused $50 of damage to his door.

Deborah Danchenko, 10 Martin Drive, told police someone caused $50 of damage to her door frame when they broke in and stole a $40 silver tray, a silver coin, and $15 in cash.

March 3

Natalia Woods, 724 Mills Drive, said someone stole her $400 Nintendo gaming system. She also had a $300 television stolen but it was recovered.

Michael Shellabarger, 3601 Ridge Road, said $50 of damage was done to one of his windows when someone broke in and stole a $200 stereo receiver, five gold necklaces worth $500, and one other gold necklace valued at $200.

March 4

Marvin Conn, 2708 Seminole Trail, said $500worth of damage was done to his door and door jam when someone tried to break in. He said someone stole a book of deposit tickets.

Sonja Wafford, 5700 Summertree Drive, said someone broke into her home and stole a $1,800 worth of electronic equipment. Nothing was reported damaged.

Timothy Harris, 1226 W. 10th St., reported someone caused $100 0f damage to one of his windows to gain access to his residence and upon entry stole a $20 necklace and $15 set of earrings.

Robert Stagg, 5016 Calico Creek Cove, said someone broke into his home and stole an $1,800 Mac computer and bag, an $800 Nikon digital camera, $1,800 Apple laptop and $600 Nikon camera lens.

March 6

Brenna Rhodes, 5107 Lochridge Road, said someone broke into her home and stole 50 pieces of assorted jewelry worth $22,000 and a $500 Apple iPhone.

Brandie McCone, 126 Davis St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $500 Westinghouse 40-inch television, $500 Xbox and $300 worth of miscellaneous video games.

Michael Shellabarger, 3601 Ridge Road, said someone broke into his home and stole a $400 pressure washer, $75 in assorted dolls and key chains, a $300 acoustic guitar and a female handbag.