Officers from the Helena-West Helena Police Department have had a busy schedule keeping up with 10 reports of burglaries during the last two weeks of November.

 

Officers from the Helena-West Helena Police Department have had a busy schedule keeping up with 10 reports of burglaries during the last two weeks of November.
On Nov. 12, a woman in the 500 block of East Garland reported that her roommate moved out taking only her clothes.  The woman told officers that the roommate later returned and kicked in the door taking a 32-inch television with her.  Police investigated the incident and found that the roommate bought the television from EZ Pawn as she claimed. 
A Nov. 13 report indicates that a man from the 1000 block of Holly reported a burglary at his home.  According to reports, the man returned home to find that the back door had been kicked in and a watch, valued at $100, a pair of earrings valued at $50 and another watch valued at $50 was missing.  
Police stated that there are no suspects at this time.
A woman in the 200 block of South Baringo reported that someone forced their way into her bedroom window while she was asleep and took her cell phone and phone cord.  After noticing the cool night air, she woke to find her window open.  She told police that she looked out the window and noticed someone wearing a black jacket and dark pants running away from the house.  The resident said the cell phone was valued at $300 and the cord $20.
On Nov. 19, a woman in the 100 block of Market Alley reported that there was a break-in in progress at her home. Officers checked the area and the residence and found neither a victim nor perpetrator.
Also on Nov. 19, a man in the 300 block of Russ Street reported that a window of the residence was broken out and a 19-inch flat screen television, compact disc player and radio player were taken.  The responding officer investigated the incident and discovered that a rock was used to break the window. 
The victim reported that a man was loitering at the home after the incident.
On Nov. 22, a woman in the 300 block of Profitt Dr. reported that several items were taken from her home.  Officers discovered a broken window with what appeared to be blood on the window seal.   Taken from the residence was a flat screen television valued at $490, a small flat screen television valued at $300, a DVD Player valued at $45, a computer system valued at $1,400, a Blue-Ray DVD player valued at $129, a five-disc stereo valued at $299, a printer valued at $149, a wedding ring set valued at $500, a rope necklace at $180 and a herring bone necklace valued at $225.
On Nov. 23 a woman in the 400 block of Joyner Dr. reported that she saw a young man coming out of the back door of a neighboring home and leaving with some others in a Lincoln Navigator.  The resident said that although the door was found open nothing was taken.  She reported that last week her home also was broken into but nothing was missing.
A man in the 1100 block of Pecan reported that someone broke out a window at his mother’s home.  Neighbors reported that a man was seen running from the residence with a white box. Missing was a 19-inch television.  A suspect was named although the reports did not indicate if police had arrested the individual.
A woman in the 600 block of Beech Street reported that someone entered a window and took a Dell computer and hard drive.  The victim called the following day and named a suspect but reports did not indicate if the police arrested anyone in connection with the burglary.
On Nov. 24 a woman in the 100 block of Spruce Street reported that while she was away from home an unknown person entered her home through the dining room window taking some meat, a ring with four diamonds, two necklaces, earrings, two 19-inch televisions, two pairs of shoes, a laptop computer.  The items were valued at approximately $1,500.