North Little Rock

Burglaries

March 29

Lisa Walton, 1004 Park St., said $100 of damage was done to her plate glass window when someone broke and stole $600 in cash, and two Wii games worth $400.

Lashawn Nelson, 615 Water St., said someone broke into her home and stole two television worth a total of $250.

John Reed, 4701 Lynn Lane, said a window was broken when someone gained access to his home and stole a $200 shotgun and $150 rifle.

Kimberly Robinson, 1725 McCain Blvd., said someone broke into her home and stole a $70 DVD player, $500 Sony video game system, and $350 Emerson flat screen television.

March 30

My Touch Barber, 2524 E. Broadway St., reported someone broke into the business and stole a $800 46-inch television, $200 portable heater and $600 hair clippers.

Clarice Hatter, 1616 N. Magnolia St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $2,100 60-inch flat screen television and $250 Xbox. Access was gained to the home when someone caused $500 of damage to a storm door and door frame.

March 31

Ann Haney, 93 Somerset Drive, told police someone broke into her home and stole a $800 flat screen television. Police were told it is believed the culprit is a black female in her late 20s.

Tonja Treadway, 6620 Pioneer Drive, said someone broke into her home and stole a $200 Nintendo gaming system, $220 Nintendo game system and a $350 32-inch television.

April 2

James Barnes, 103 W. 51st St., said $100 of damage was done to his east side door when someone broke in and stole a $90 E Reader and $50 iPhone 3.

Willie McNeal Jr., 6608 Stonehedge Road, said someone broke into his home and stole a $400 37-inch Sony television.

April 3

Kimberly and Sharon Johnson, 101 Cochise St., reported someone stole three diamond necklaces worth $1,500, a $100 necklace and two $600 rings.

April 4

Chari Agnew, 809 Blossom St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $350 kindle fire, $100 watch, $200 in cash, $675 Money Gram, $400 Playstation, and $400 Xbox.

Myesha Boyd, 4708 Massie Road, said someone broke into her home and stole a $1,000 52-inch Phillips plasma television.

Willie McNeal Jr., 6608 Stonehedge Drive, reported someone broke into his home and stole a $200 .38-caliber revolver and an $800 television after a $100 window had been broken out.

Aggravated robbery

March 29

Lucas Shore, 19, told police he was robbed by someone using a knife at 600 W. Scenic Drive. He had his pocket knife, $200 Android cell phone and $35 in cash stolen.

March 31

Summer England, 5004 Fleming Lane, said someone robbed her of $4,200 in cash and took her $199 Android cell phone.

April 1

Police were told that someone robbed McDonalds, 600 E. Broadway St. where $108 in cash was stolen and $80 worth of clothes.

April 2

Austin Davis, 22, told police he was robbed by someone using a blunt instrument at 4201 Evenfall Lane where $20 in cash and his $300 Android cell phone were stolen.