November 4, 2013
• Nov. 1 — Christina Dawn Beckett, 32, of 862 Maynard Road, Godwin, was charged with trespassing. No bond was set; court date is Nov. 25.
• Nov. 1 — Ricky McLamb, 53, was charged with drunk and disruptive. No bond was given.
• Nov. 2 — Glenwood Earl Owens, 20, of 49 Tuckers Lane, Salemburg, was charged with court violations and fraud-worthless check. Bond was set at $500; court date is Nov. 27.
• Nov. 2 — Sherik Renna McNeil, 28, of 1821 Harrells Hwy., Garland, was charged with simple assault and driving while license revoked. Bond was set at $1,000; court date is Nov. 25.
• Nov. 3 — Jayme Noel Nance, 28, of 95 Falling Leaves Lane, Roseboro, was charged with driving while impaired. Bond was set at $1,500; court date is Dec. 5.
• Nov. 4 — Reta Michelle Dixon, 46, of 613 Williams St., was charged with misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon, simple assault and injury to personal property. Bond was set at $2,500; court date is Dec. 3.
• Nov. 4 — Henry Louis Hobbs Jr., 20, of 531 Edgar St., Clinton, was charged with simple assault. Bond was set at $1,000; court date is Dec.3.
• Nov. 1 — Diane Autry of Autryville reported several items taken from her yard. Metal steps, an old cast iron pot, a water pump and a broken washing machine were valued at $750.
• Nov. 1 — Deneen Martin of Roseboro reported a residential break-in, with numerous items taken. A laptop computer, collectibles and various tools were among those stolen, the total value of which was approximately $2,700.
• Nov. 1 — WRRZ Radio Co. on Southeast Boulevard reported support cables were cut, causing damage to the radio antenna. Damage was estimated at $70,000.
• Nov. 1 — Murd Starling of Autryville reported various metals and other implements taken from his property. Steel rods, a trough, porcelain bowls and other items were valued at several thousand dollars.
• Nov. 3 — Tiffany Wilson of Clinton reported a break-in to her home and several items taken, including two iPods, a tablet, cash and nine miscellaneous bags of snacks such as honey buns and fudge rounds. The items were valued at approximately $1,040.
• Nov. 3 — Vann’s Grocery on U.S. 421 North, Clinton, was the site of vandalism, with a window broken out. The damage was estimated at $800.
• Nov. 3 — The Victory Temple Church parsonage, located on Harrells Highway, Garland, was the site of vandalism. There were two broken windows, a hole in the wall and carpet removed. Damage was estimated at $1,700.