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Aggravated robberies

Oct. 1

Tiffany Rush, 26, told police someone tried to rob her at 716 E. Broadway St. but nothing was taken.

Redterrious Gardner, 19, told police someone used a handgun to rob him at the McCain Mall, 3929 McCain Blvd., where someone stole a $100 pair of shoes.

Oct. 2

A 14-year-old boy told police he was robbed by two black males in their mid- and late teens who took $5 of cash from him and his $100 iPod.

Burglaries

Sept. 28

Alana Lee, 5121 Velvet Ridge Drive, Apt. 14, told police someone broke into her home and stole a $500 laptop.

Brittany Lea, 5100 Summertree Drive, told police someone broke into her home by busting her $100 front door and stole a $500 television.

Cassondra Spears, 3515 Cypress Drive, told police someone broke in and stole a $1,000 Plasma television, $350 51-inch flat screen television, $350 electronic tablet, $350 flat screen television, two laptops worth $925, $1,000 in cash, a $100 flashlight, $150 CPU tower, a $150 cordless drill and a box of expense receipts.

Kraft Kustom, 4611 W. Bethany Road, reported someone broke in and stole eight rolls of copper wiring valued at $1,600.

Sept. 30

McNutt Motors, 58 Market Plaza, told police someone stole a $21,000 Chevy Corvette, $1,800 worth of cash and a $100 Xbox game system.

Felicia Davenport, 1618 N. Schaer Drive, said a socket wrench was used to help gain entry into her residence and upon entry someone stole a $3,400 air condenser, $250 computer desk, and $800 computer. Entry was gained by a window which sustained $150 worth of damage.

Oct. 1

Tanisha Martin, 936 Greenlea Drive, said $200 worth of damage was done to the exterior door when someone broke into her house. Nothing was taken and she told police the suspect was a black male about 14 years old.

Oct. 2

Sharon Smith, 218 E. 16th St., said someone caused $50 worth of damage to a window on the south side of the building and stole $3,000 worth of jewelry and a $700 camcorder.

Ella Trip, 809 Blossom St., told police someone broke into her home and stole $700 in cash, a $300 52-inch flat screen television and a $400 42-inch flat screen television.

Demetric Settles, 1116 N. Oaks Lane, told police someone broke in and stole $200 worth of quarters from a jar and a $500 Springfield sub compact firearm.

Oct. 3

Russell Cellular, 13236 Crystal Hill Road, reported someone broke into the store and stole 20 assorted Smart phones valued at a total of $10,000. In addition, $160 worth of cash was stolen.

Kasey Rigdon and Bryon Cornelius, 1520 Garland St., told police someone broke into their home and stole a $2,800 52-inch television, $280 surround sound, $150 32-inch television, $180 combo tool set, $250 22-inch television, $160 printer combo with fax and scanner, $150 computer monitor and three Pulaski Tech books worth $500.

Oct. 4

Riders Ready Bicycles, 9831 Maumelle Blvd., said $500 worth of damage was done to the front door glass and upon entry someone stole a $729 Bianchi Pista bicycle.

Jana Holiman, 1603 W. Long 17th St., told police someone caused someone caused $75 worth of damage to the door and stole a $429 40-inch flat screen television.

Christopher Ojukwu, 28 Cliffwood Circle, told police $50 worth of damage was done to his window screen and upon entry his $1,500 60-inch Plasma television was stolen.