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The Helena Arkansas Daily World - Helena, AR
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  • On June 25, police responded to the 900 block of Alabama Street in reference to a criminal mischief complaint. The caller noted that he heard glass shatter and when he exited him home he noticed a mailbox in his yard. Upon further investigation he noticed that the rear window of his vehicle was broken out.
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  • On June 25, police responded to the 900 block of Alabama Street in reference to a criminal mischief complaint.  The caller noted that he heard glass shatter and when he exited him home he noticed a mailbox in his yard.  Upon further investigation he noticed that the rear window of his vehicle was broken out.
    On June 26, officers were dispatched to Parkdale Street in reference shots fired.  A resident told police that his home was targeted and upon further investigation police found several bullet holes in the south side of his home.  No shell casings were found on the scene and no suspects were identified.
    On June 26, police were called to the 400 block of Kentucky Street in reference to a criminal mischief complaint.  Upon arrival police noted that a brick had been thrown through a window of the residence.  No suspects were identified. 
    On June 26, PD was called to Christopher Circle to take a report of the theft of a lawn table set that was stolen from the patio.  No suspects were identified and the report was handed over to BRAT Division for further investigation.
    On June 26 police were dispatched to the 100 block of South 10th Street in reference to a criminal mischief complaint.  Upon arrival, the resident told police that they had been away from home for 2-3 hours.  When they returned the living room window was busted out and a bedroom window was cracked.  Upon investigation there appeared to be nothing missing from the residence.  No suspects were identified.
    On June 26, officers responded to the 300 bock of South 5th Street in reference to a stolen bicycle.  The bike was a girl’s Trouble bicycle, pink in color with neon green.  No suspects were identified.
    Officers responded to the 1100 block of Franklin Street on June 28 in reference to an altercation.  Officers noted that upon arrival the caller noted that her boyfriend cut her leg and took her keys.  Before leaving the suspect broke out the window in the victim’s back door. 
    Helena-West Helena Police responded to the Helena Regional Medical Center to take a report of a gunshot would on June 26.  The victim, 15 years old, noted that he was playing basketball at the basketball court at Sacred Heart.  The teen stated that two males were playing basketball when an argument erupted over the game and a small gray handgun was brandished.  A shot was fired striking the victim. 
    The victim ran down Phillips Street toward the downtown area while the shooter ran the opposite direction from the park.  The shooter was described as a black male, approximately 5’5”, dark complexion, low hair cut, and he was wearing a white t-shirt, black basketball shorts, and black flip flops.  The second suspect was described as a black male, 5’7”, light complexion, also with a low haircut and wearing a white t-shirt with gray basketball shorts and black tennis shoes.
    Page 2 of 2 - The bullet was removed by an emergency room physician.  The bullet that struck the victim appeared to be .25 cal.
    On June 27, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of South 4th in West Helena.  The caller noted that two black males were stealing lawn equipment.  Upon arrival, the officer noticed two black males dressed alike wearing white t-shirts, black shorts, black and white shoes, and white socks.  The men were carrying a green weed eater while the other was pushing a gray lawn mower.  As the suspects noticed the police, they began to flee.  After running after the suspects, the officer caught up with one of the men across Plaza Street.  Steve Jackson was apprehended and transported to the PD where he bonded out.  
    On June 27, a patrolman pulled over a vehicle with a missing taillight. As the driver got out of the car to see the tail light the officer pulled her over for, she spoke to another H-WH police officer that noticed an unusual bulge in her bra.  The officer performed a Terry frisk on the driver and found a bag of white icy substance.  Also found was a prescription bottle with no label that was full of a liquid.  The driver was arrested and transported to the H-WH police station.  While at the station, the driver’s purse was searched and police found a clear piece of plastic that contained a white rock-like substance and a digital scale.  Officers tested the white icy-looking substance and it tested positive as 3.7 grams of Methamphetamine and the other rock-like substance tested positive for cocaine weighing .2 grams.
    On June 28 officers responded to the 200 block of North 7th Street in reference to a residential break-in.  The resident noted that while he was out of town, his 27-inch Sony TV and $15 cash was stolen from his home.  The intruder gained access through the north door of the residence.
    On June 29 police responded to an alarm on the 1000 block of Park Hill.  An intruder gained entry to the residence through a 2nd floor window.  A witness told police that they saw a white Cadillac leaving the scene a few minutes before the police arrived.  The suspect was a black male about 6’ tall with a low fade cut.
    Police responded to a robber on June 29 in the area of Walker Levee.  The victim told police that while he was walking home on Walker Levee between Cherry and Ohio Streets, three black males approached him and stole his wallet containing $16 in cash.  While they were robbing him, the suspects asked the victim, “why he didn’t buy his marijuana from them”, the police report noted.

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