Heber police receive reports of various break-ins
On November 19, a woman on W. Walnut reported someone entered her home and took several pieces of inexpensive jewelry.
On November 20, police received a report of lumber being stolen from F.L. Davis.
Also on November 20, an officer stopped a vehicle for no taillights. After running the 39-year-old man’s information, police learned that he had a suspended drivers license and active warrants out of Faulkner and Washington counties. Faulkner advised police that they would come get the man and he was arrested on the warrant and cited for driving on a suspended drivers license. A check on the female passenger in the car revealed she also had a suspended drivers license and a warrant out of Baxter County, but was released when Baxter County said they would not come pick her up on the warrant.
On November 23, police received a report of two vehicles that were vandalized and/or broken into at the Heber Springs Airport.
On November 25, a man on W. Quitman reported someone entered his home and stole his laptop and PS3 game console.
Also on November 25, a woman on Rock Products reported someone entered her home and stole $200 from her wallet. There were no signs of forced entry, so the woman believes it was someone that has a key to her home.