Burglary/Theft of Property
On Friday, December 21, 2012 at about 11:55 a.m. deputies were dispatched to 506 Hempstead 108 in reference to a residential burglary.
Upon arrival, deputies met with the victim, who said that someone had broken into his residence and stole some items.
Deputies discovered someone had broken the back door window. The victim told deputies that he had found several items that had been stolen from inside the residence.
The victim told deputies that the following was stolen from his residence: A Ruger revolver model, GP-100, cal. 357, silver in color with six-inch barrel, Packmyer design on hand grip; a computer monitor, gray,and black in color, brand and serial number unknown at this time; X-Box 360, white and black in color, just the console, may have a game inside it, but is not sure; PlayStation 2, just the console, black in color, unknown serial numbers; three Hope, Water and Light service pins, all gold, one 10-years, one 15-years, and one 20-years of employment; $250.00 in cash; two Timex wrist watches, silver in color with black faces and black wrist bands; one Rolex wrist watch, gold in color; two 4-inch, Buck knives, wooden handles with brass on the ends of them; one quilt, striped, gold in color, queen size; one queen-size blanket, light yellow in color; one queen-size bed sheet, brown in color; old coins, unknown quantity; pocket knives; pens; solid silver cup; family photographs; and a small wooden jewelry box with drawers containing miscellaneous amounts of jewelry including 10 rings, one of which was a ruby shaped into a heart, gold in color, 1 or 2-karat solitary; a tear drop ring with pave diamonds, gold in color; a 14-karat gold bracelet with little white gold circles and gold bars as the design; one 14-karat gold chain necklace with open heart pendant; one flat gold in color necklace; one gold in color rope chain necklace, 14-karat gold, 24 inch; three pairs of diamond earrings, yellow gold in color; and a pair of diamond earrings, 14-karat gold, and each earring is ½-karat solitary.
The victim said that all the rings are a 7 or 8 in size.
If you saw anyone around or near the residence at 506 Hempstead 108 on December 21, 2012, please give the Criminal Investigation Division a call at 870-777-6727. All information will be kept confidential.
Theft of Property
On Sunday, December 23, 2012, at approximately 1 p.m. deputies were dispatched to 1231 Highway 195 South in reference to a breaking and entering.
Upon arrival Deputy Matt Dunham spoke with the victim who said that someone stole a gun out of his truck. The victim told deputy Dunham that he believes the gun was stolen sometime between 9 p.m. on Saturday, December 22, 2012 and 8 a.m. on Sunday, December 23, 2012.
The victim told Deputy Dunham that he came home from hog hunting around 9 p.m. and just left all his gear in his truck. The victim stated that when he went to his truck the next morning he noticed that his gun was missing.
The victim described the gun as a Howa model 1600 in a 270 caliber. He stated that it is green in color with a 3×10 green Nighteater scope with an Elusive Wildlife; model XLR 250, flashlight on top of the scope.
The gun was entered into NCIC as stolen
Theft of Property
On Monday, December 24, 2012, Deputy Charlie Featherston was contacted in reference to theft of duck decoys.
Upon arrival Deputy Featherston spoke with the victim who said that he had three dozen duck decoys taken out of his boat at his residence at 272 Hempstead 36 sometime during the late hours of Sunday, December 23, 2012. He said that one dozen of the decoys were in a tan decoy mesh bag and the other two dozen were in a dark brown cabala’s decoy bag. The victim said that he had his name on the bottom side of some of the decoys.
The victim said the decoys and the bags were worth about $350.