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

• Oct. 12 — Jimmy McCoy Rouse, 19, of 503 Tram Road, Clinton, was charged with assault on a female. Bond not listed; court date is Oct. 20.

• Oct. 12 — Spring Monay Stuart, 27, of 10190 Minnie Hall Road, Salemburg, was charged with driving while impaired. Bond set at $2,000; court date is Nov. 18.

• Oct. 12 — Chadwick Ryan Honeycutt, 33, of 304 E. Jackson St., Roseboro, was charged with assault on a government official and resist, delay and obstruct. Bond set at $4,000; court date is Nov. 18.

• Oct. 12 — Jimmy Dale Tew, 52, of 1559 Panhandle Road, Faison, was charged with domestic communicating threats. No bond set; court date is Oct. 14.

Incidents/investigations

• Oct. 12 — Glenna Hairr, Tammy Jarman and Cherish Smith all reported mailboxes damaged on Reedsford Road, Clinton.

• Oct. 12 — Roy Tew of Roseboro reported the theft of assorted jewelry and collectibles, as well as power tools and a motorcycle trailer. Items were valued at roughly $3,000.

• Oct. 12 — James Becton Jr. of Clinton reported 10 pigs killed on his Magnolia property.

• Oct. 12 — John Newkirk of Clinton reported a vehicle fire, which inflicted an estimated $7,000 in damage to his Chevrolet.

• Oct. 12 — Tracey Butler of Clinton reported items stolen, including jewelry, a TV and a firearm, valued at about $4,500.

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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