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Police log

May 2, 2019 at 4:00 a.m.

April 29

State Beauty Supply, 3812 Central Ave., reported a burglary. Missing was a cellphone.

Tonya Johnson reported a theft of a license plate at 434 Broadway St.

Marseandreka Smith reported a theft of a white 1992 Toyota Camry at 730 Spring St.

Moriah J. Ward reported a burglary at Holiday Motel, 642 Ouachita Ave. Missing were a gold woman's watch and women's clothing.

Jamie Chavelas reported a theft of a wallet, ID, money and debit card at 100 Cornerstone Blvd.

Austin J. Mayberry reported a break-in to a vehicle at 301 Mineral St. Missing were a red mower, gas can and money.

Angel Wallace reported a theft of a license plate at 265 Pond St.

April 30

Shari D. Curtis and Betty Ann Trubey reported a break-in to a vehicle at 102 Alta Vista St. Missing was money.

Walmart, 1601 Albert Pike, reported a theft of miscellaneous merchandise.

Charles Garens reported a break-in at Red Dot Storage, 415 Golf Links Road. Missing were miscellaneous tools, mini-refrigerator, purse, a television and collectible dish.

Aaron M. Bruce reported a burglary at 206 Oakcliff St. Missing were an X-box with controllers and a game.

Steve H. Glisson, Glisson's, 920 Hobson Ave., reported a theft of a homemade black trailer.

Stephanie Haynes reported a theft of a beige 2005 Ford Focus at 760 Park Ave.

Silas Turner reported a burglary at 115 Ranch St. Nothing was noted missing in the report.

May 1

Barbara Ballard reported a theft of a gold 2009 Chevrolet HHR at 239 Central Ave.

Local on 05/02/2019

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