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OCT. 21\ Incident: Larceny\ Address: 1900\ Brentwood St.\ Victim: John L. Smith\ What happened: The victim reported that someone stole his gun from the glove compartment of his vehicle. The gun was valued at $200.\

OCT. 20\ Incident: Burglary\ Address: 2703 Friends Ave.\ Victim: Lacy Kevin Carter\ What happened: The victim reported that someone burglarized his home and stole several items valued at $1,416.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 411 Tomlinson St.\ Victim: Larry Milan\ What happened: The victim called police after noticing several items missing from his showroom. The stolen items were valued at $598.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 1301 S. Main St.\ Victim: Jean Nelson\ What happened: The victim reported that someone stole several items, valued at $1,780, from her boat while it was at South Main Auto-Marine.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 912 Kroll Lane\ Victim: Queen McFadden Mackie\ What happened: The victim reported that someone stole her rear tires and rims, valued at $375, from her vehicle in front of her home.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 1107 E. Green St.\ Victim: Shirley C. Smith\ What happened: The victim reported that someone broke into her truck and stole several items valued at $355.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 133 Montlieu Ave.\ Victim: Shirley White McIntyre\ What happened: The victim reported that while shopping at Cloverleaf Grocery Store, a male stole her purse from her shopping cart and ran out of the store. The stolen item was valued at $38.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 3013-H Ingleside Drive\ Victim: Anthony Devon Johnson\ What happened: The victim reported that someone broke the window of his vehicle and stole a speaker valued at $50.\

Incident: Vandalism\ Address: 133 Montlieu Ave.\ Victim: Jim Clifton Spivey\ What happened: The victim reported that someone painted ``Mind Control' on the side of his truck. The damage was estimated at $600.\

OCT. 19\ Incident: Burglary\ Address: 2001 McGuinn St.\ Victim: Rhonda Parrish\ What happened: The victim's neighbor notified police after witnessing a break-in at the above residence. The suspects attempted to steal several items, valued at $1,600, but they were arrested after leaving.\

Incident: Motor vehicle theft\ Address: 327 S. Wrenn St.\ Victim: The Hertz Corp.\ What happened: The victim reported that someone stole Lee Wilder's vehicle from the parking lot at the above location. The vehicle, a two-door 1992 Ford Thunderbird, is valued at $10,000.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 2413 S. Main St.\ Victim: Shane McKague\ What happened: The victim reported that someone burglarized his vehicle while it was in the parking lot of Burton's Auto Repair shop. The stolen items were valued at $510; damages estimated at $350.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 511 Westover Drive\ Victim: James B. Allison\ What happened: The victim reported that someone stole building materials valued at $1,500 from in front of a residence, which is under construction.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 1205 Ragn St.\ Victim: ClaudetteHartsell\ What happened: The victim reported that someone entered her residence and stole her coat and a radio, valued at $450.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 3734 Rolling Road\ Victim: Tony Darrell Clark\ What happened: The victim reported that someone stole a .44-caliber revolver from his home. The gun was valued at $500.\

OCT. 17\ Incident: Larceny\ Address: 313 Phillips Ave.\ Victim: Douglas Delk\ What happened: The victim reported that a diamond cluster ring valued at $1,400 was stolen from his bedroom dresser.\

Incident: Larceny\ Address: 2200 Westchester Drive\ Victim: Barbara Grimes\ What happened: The victim reported that someone stole 1,500 race car driver cards and a Seiko watch valued at $2,750 from her pickup truck.

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