Last updated: October 31. 2013 2:04PM

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Arrests


10/30 - Danniel Ras Maynor, 38, 26 Electrician Lane, Clinton, failure to comply/child support. Bond $1,500; no court date listed.


10/30 - Delbert Wayne Long, 42, 714 Needmore Road, Turkey, possess/distribute of meth precursor, possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond $27,000; court date Nov. 8.


10/30 - Michael Linwood Jones, 40, 460 Apple Lane, Newton Grove, possess/distribute meth precursor, possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond $27,000; court date Nov. 8.


10/30 - Heather Nicole Williams, 26, 309 Sandhill Drive, Goldsboro, possess/distribute meth precursor, possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond $27,000; court date Nov. 8.


10/30 - Jeffrey Paul Flores, 27, 103 Coach Trail Court, Columbia, S.C., driving while impaired. Bond $1,000; court date Nov. 20.


10/30 - Ricky Johnson Hairr, 57, Laurel Lake Campground, Salemburg, failure to appear/child support, possession drug paraphernalia and possession marijuana (1 ounce). Bond $300; court date Nov. 5.


10/30 - Bobby Louis Rich, 30, 596 Lakewood School Road, Salemburg, failure to appear/child support and failure to appear on charges of driving while license revoked and driving while impaired. Bond $500; court date Dec. 2.


10/30 - Jaquilla Latoya Williams, 18, 91 Retirement Lane, Salemburg, assault with a deadly weapon and simple assault. Bond $5,000; court date Nov. 19.


10/30 - Jerry Adam Holder, 23, 306 Falling Leaves Lane, Roseboro, driving while impaired, probation violation, fraud-unauthorized use of conveyance, injury to personal property, communicating threats. Bond $8,000; court date Dec. 16.


10/30 - Ervin Rondale Smith, 34, 1771 Turkey Hwy., Clinton, failure to comply/child support. Bond $300; court date Nov. 5.


10/30 - Rickie Johnson Hairr, 57, Laurel Lake Campground, non-support. Bond $300; court date Nov. 5.


Incidents


10/30 - An air compressor valued at $800 was stolen from underneath a carport on Eldon Thornton Road.


10/30 - A 65-inch LCD television valued at $2,706, telephone equipment valued at $200 and narcotics valued at $50 were stolen from a home on Elizabethtown Highway. Entry was gained by prying a back door open. No damage was reported.

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