Arrest made in Hillcrest burglaries | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Arrest made in Hillcrest burglaries

Posted By on Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 1:30 PM

The LRPD says an arrest has been made in the spate of home burglaries reported during daylight hours Monday in Hillcrest and the Heights. Break-ins while occupants were away resulted in thefts of computers, silverware and French champagne, among others.

Bryant Anthony Billings, 40, was charged with burglary and theft in a break-n at 4809 North Lookout, Sgt. Cassandra Davis. Detectives apparently got a tip that led them to the arrest. Further charges are being investigated.

UPDATE: A second suspect, Philip Hatton, has been arrested in a Hillcrest burglary. Police reports indicate the arrest of Hatton and Billigns were made in investigation of yet another burglary, on Valentine Street, in which one man did the break-in and another drove a getaway car.

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