A man who lives in the 400 block of East Park Street told Helena-West Helena Police Sunday that he awoke early Sunday morning to find an intruder inside his house
Sunday, June 27
A man who lives in the 400 block of East Park Street told Helena-West Helena Police Sunday that he awoke early Sunday morning to find an intruder inside his house. The man told police he was attempting to reach for a knife when the intruder told him "If you reach for that knife I'll hurt you." The intruder ran out of the man's house.
Entry was gained by kicking open the front door.
A woman, who lives in the 800 block of Northridge, reported to police Sunday, that she heard someone at her front door. She went to investigate and found some juveniles at her front door and garage door. One of the juveniles threw something and broke a window.
Pat Robertson of Helena-West Helena told police Saturday that the Grace Food Pantry on Walnut Street was broken into and most of the frozen meats were taken along with some deli items. The thief left frozen meats scattered on the pantry floor.
A burglary suspect was taken into custody at the scene of his crime at 914 Franklin Street Saturday. The man had been throwing items out a window and was apprehended when he exited the house.
A woman who lives in the 300 block of North Sixth Street told police Saturday, that her residence was entered and a Dell computer was stolen.
A woman who lives in the 400 block of Helen Street reported to police Saturday that a bedroom window was broken out of her residence. Taken in the break-in were two entertainment centers, three tables, a game stand, a microwave oven and a window unit air conditioner.
A man who lives in Helena reported a break-in at Kids for the Future at 515 McDonough St., Saturday. Entry was gained by breaking out a door on the Miller Street side of the building.
Friday, June 27
A Helena man reported that while his 18-wheeler was parked on the old Safeway parking lot Friday night someone broke into a side compartment of the truck.
A woman who lives in the 100 block of Cherrydale told police Friday that her home was broken into and vandalized. Missing is a 42-inch flat screen TV.
A man who lives in the 100 block of Jordan Street reported to police Friday that his residence was broken into. Taken were two TVs, a 50-inch flat screen TV and a 48-inch flat screen TV, two game systems and a touch screen computer.
Entry apparently was gained through the kitchen window.
Helena-West Helena firefighters answered a snake call at 627 North Fourth St. around 10:45 a.m. Saturday. Firefighters killed the snake.