Thursday, November 12, 2009
City police officers investigate burglaries
There were burglaries reported on Van Dorn, Hurdle Circle, Highway 178 and Park Avenue last week.
Holly Springs police officers answered a burglary call in the 500 block of Van Dorn, but nothing was found missing.
A burglary of a dwelling in the 100 block of Hurdle Circle was reported with a 37-inch television, a 50-inch television, a laptop computer and a PlayStation 2 missing. The back door was the point of entry.
A burglary in the 600 block of Highway 178 was investigated with items missing including a refrigerator, leather couch and ottoman, a DVD player, a 52-inch RCA Hi-Definition television, three dining room chairs and a gas stove. Two mirrors were broken.
Officers responded to a burglary call at a dwelling in the 300 block of Park Avenue. Reported missing were seven pairs of Air Jordan shoes valued at $1,400, and a PlayStation 3 valued at $500. Entry was made through a side window.
A vehicle was reported stolen in the 100 block of Rust Avenue.
Officers arrested Annekieta Jones, 23, and she was charged with burglary, according to Chief Robert Pearson.
These other activities were reported by officers for last week: grand larceny, 2; improper passing, 1; no insurance, 2; expired/no tag, 1; suspended license, 1; improper turn, 1; aggravated assault, 1; domestic violence, 3; and uttering forgery, 1.
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