Crimewatch


(The public reports listed below are provided by the Sampson County Sheriff’s Office, the Clinton Police Department and the N.C. Highway Patrol via the Sheriff’s Office daily jail report.)

Arrests/citations

• June 10 — Thomas Michael Carlson, 21, of 1937 Southeast Blvd., Clinton, was charged with simple possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance. Bond set at $500; court date is July 11.

• June 10 — Tajone Lamont Thompson, 26, of 415 Jacobs St., Clinton, was charged with possession of a controlled substance in jail premises, simple possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance and failure to appear and show cause on an out-of-county charge. Bond set at $5,500; court date is June 17.

• June 10 — Ramel Tyshaun McIntyre, 20, of 915 Southeast Blvd., Clinton, was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and fleeing to elude arrest. Bond set at $5,000; court date is July 5.

• June 10 — Ronnie Lynn Norris III, 40, of 1365 W. Core Road, Dunn, was charged with trespassing. Written promise; court date is June 29.

• June 10 — Amy Martinez Soliz, 36, of 5011 Barbrey Ave., Clinton, was charged with possession of marijuana. Bond set at $2,500; court date is June 17.

• June 10 — Hector Reynoso Vasquez, 37, of 114 Underwood St., Clinton, was charged with simple physical assault. No bond set; court date is July 19.

• June 11 — Ruben Davis, 32, of 165 Old Brick Mill Road, Roseboro, was charged with possession of cocaine, simple possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance, two counts of carrying a concealed gun and possession of open container in passenger area. Bond set at $8,000; court date is June 17.

• June 11 — Russell Condell Bell Jr., 26, of 173 Home Place Lane, Clinton, was charged with assault on a government official. Bond set at $1,500; court date is July 27.

• June 11 — Manuel Sortos Victor, 18, of Garland, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Bond set at $1,000; court date is July 5.

• June 11 —Kenneth Darnell Pate, 49, of 2769 Hunter Road, Clinton, was charged with trespassing and larceny. Bond set at $1,000; court date is July 5.

• June 12 — Gilbert Charles Keller, 65, of 1436 Peter Cromartie Road, Garland, was charged with driving while impaired. No bond or court date listed.

• June 12 — Michael Ray Horne, 41, of 2519 Herring Road, Rose Hill, was charged with driving while impaired. Bond set at $1,500; court date is Aug. 10.

Incidents/investigations

• June 10 — Tony Spell of Clinton reported a gun safe broken into and eight firearms stolen. The value of the guns was $1.950.

• June 10 — Rachel Grantham of Clinton reported a 9mm handgun, valued at $500, taken from her vehicle.

• June 10 — Ethan Livesay of Angier reported the theft of a 2004 Ford Coupe, valued at $14,000, from the Newton Grove area.

• June 11 — Jackie Daughtry of Clinton reported the theft of copper wiring and DVDs, valued at just $90. Damage to a panel box, wiring and dry wall was estimated at $1,100.

• June 11 — Eric Nunnery of Autryville reported the theft of two TVs, an Xbox One and headphones from his home. Items were valued at $1,700.

• June 12 — Gregory Harrell of Clinton reported a break-in and theft of numerous hand and power tools, as well as fishing rods and reels, from his property. Items were valued at approximately $5,800.

• June 12 — Seth Garber of Roseboro reported a break-in and theft of numerous semi-automatic handguns and rifles, a shotgun and a Civil War-era musket. An Xbox One and assorted loose change was also taken. Items were valued at a total of $5,150.

Anyone with information about any of these incidents is asked to call law enforcement at 910-592-4141 (Sheriff’s Office) or 910-592-3105 (Clinton Police). Individuals can also text anonymous tips to the Clinton PD at 847411, beginning text with tipcpd.

Anyone with information about any of these incidents is asked to call law enforcement at 910-592-4141 (Sheriff’s Office) or 910-592-3105 (Clinton Police). Individuals can also text anonymous tips to the Clinton PD at 847411, beginning text with tipcpd.

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