North Little Rock

Aggravated robberies

Oct. 1

Derek Hoots, 26, told police someone used a shotgun to rob him along West Short 17th Street where he had $260 stolen.

Oct. 4

Joshua Proctor, 30, told police someone used a shotgun to rob him at 6915 John F. Kennedy Blvd. where he had $400 stolen.

Burglaries

Sept. 27

Peter Picard, 4925 School St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $500 1911 pistol and a $50 unknown revolver.

Demetrice Honorable, 715 Gardenia St., told police someone broke into his home and stole a $500 32-inch Insignia television.

Sept. 28

Randy Lee Vanhorn, 1109 W. Long 17th St., said fingerprints and footprints were found on a plastic window covering after someone broke into his home. Upon entry, someone stole a $2,800 television, $300 television, $300 Sony Playstation 3 and $250 television/DVD combo player.

Sept. 29

Brandon Kellar, 1811 Broken Arrow Drive, Apt. C, said someone broke into his apartment unit and stole a $500 Vizio television, $300 Playstation 3 system with two controllers, and two video games valued at $110.

Oct. 2

James Jennings, 4524 N. Olive St., said $50 of damage was done to his door and door lock when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $100 electric drill and $25 battery.

Rachelle Molden and Darius Johnson, 1578 W. 10th St., said $100 of damage was done to a door and frame when someone broke in and stole a $325 flat screen television, $700 flat screen television, $50 pillowcase with electric cords, $475 computer laptop, $800 case containing 17 CDs of video games, and four $160 Xbox controllers.

Oct. 3

Sharon Hillman, 802 N. H St., said someone broke into her home and stole a 50-inch television worth $1,000, a $500 diamond ring, and a $250 stereo.

Ann McElmurry, 105 W. 51st St., said $150 of damage was done to her door and frame when someone broke in and stole a $400 laptop, $200 Iphone, $1,000 in assorted jewelry and $200 Kindle Fire.

Evelynn Heard, 3501 N. Sycamore St., told police someone broke into her home and stole $60 worth of assorted clothing.

Tonya Dabney, 5805 Sonora St., said a padlock was broken when someone broke in and stole $200 worth of electronic equipment and two pillow cases.