November 19, 2012
11/15- James McKoy, 48, 125 Clinton Ave., Garland, failure to appear. Bond $1,000; court date Nov. 20.
11/16 - Heather Lee Lopez, 35, 908 W. Roseboro St., Roseboro, cyberstalking, communicating threats. Bond $500; court date Dec. 5.
11/16 - Robert Ragan, 32, 996 Taylor Chapel Road, Dunn, failure to appear on a probation violation. Bond $1,000; court date Dec. 19.
11/16 - Linda Douglas, 41, 205 North St., Roseboro, assault with a deadly weapon. No bond set; court date Dec. 10.
11/17 - Alesia Hairr, 27, 2939 Rabbit St., second degree trespassing, harrassing phone calls. No bond set; court date Dec. 9.
11/17 - Marquis Wendell Bullock, 57, 2660 Lake Artesia Road, Faison, failure to comply. Bond set at $418; court date Dec. 17.
11/17- Bobby P. Moore, 51, 205 Lennon St., Roseboro, resisting public officer. Bond set at $2,500; court date Dec. 5.
11/17 - Steven Lee Byrd, 41, 1194 Hinson Road, Dunn, communicating threats, simple assault. Bond set at $5,000, no court date listed.
11/17 - Jason Scott, Loving, 28, 655 Elbow Road, Salemburg, driving while impaired, driving left of center. Bond set at $3,000; court date Dec. 11.
11/18 - Alton Lee Elder, 59, 97 Elder Lane, Dunn, injury to personal property. Bond set at $200; court date Dec. 18.
11/19 - Ashley Marie Smith, 27, 137 Hargrove Road, Clinton, six counts of financial card fraud, one a felony. Bond set at $5000; court date Dec. 7.
11/16 - Fred Smith Co., Chapel Hill Road, Raleigh, reported that a storage building on Carry Bridge Road in Autryville, owned by the company, was broken into. Taken was a cutting torch valued at $1,000 and a leaf blower valued at $600.
11/16- Priscilla Washington, Cranberry Lane, Clinton, reported that someone took tires and rims valued at $5,000.
11/16 - Brandon Rupert, no address listed, reported that someone broke his vehicle window with a pipe and stole a radio, valued at $100. Damage to the window was estimated at $300.
11/17 - Tracey Sessoms, Mt. Carmel Church Road, Autryville, reported that someone broke a window at her residence, entered the home and took a 42-inch flat screen television valued at $500, a Wii playstation valued at $200, a Playstation II valued at $200, a PC computer valued at $300 and a DVD/VCR combo valued at $150.