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

4/22 – Lisa Simmons, 43, 109 RA Lane, Clinton, simple assault. No bond or court date listed.

4/22 – Johnny Brandon Pope, 32, 386 Lucas Road, Roseboro, failure to appear on charges of driving while license revoked (2 counts). Bond $7,000; court date June 1.

4/22 – Richard Conway Moore, 55, 380 Moore Herring Lane, Clinton, assault on a female. No bond; court date May 19.

4/22 – Juan Antonio Velez, 46, 1901 North Salemburg Hwy., Salemburg, domestic assault by pointing a gun, domestic assault on a female, domestic communicating threats. No bond; court date May 5.

4/22 – J. Martin Sanchez, 23, 310 Sampson St., Clinton, communicating threats, assault with a deadly weapon. No bond; court date May 19.

4/22 – James D’Angelo Raye, 27, 1906 Rose St., Goldsboro, weapon violation. Bond $5,000; court date April 27.

4/22 – Laura Ann Matthews, 35, 1022 Fleet Cooper Road, Roseboro, failure to appear on charges of driving while license revoked (2 counts). Bond $1,000; court date May 12.

4/23 – Dvante Cornelius Robinson, 20, 59 Murphy Newkirk Lane, Rose Hill, shoplifting. Bond $500; court date May 18.

4/23 – Diana Patricia Defalco, 33, 170 Bernice Blanton Drive, Teachey, failure to appear on charges of failing to wear seat belt, revoked tag, expired tag/no registration, no operator’s license. Bond $500; court date May 18.

4/23 – Paige Eleanor Maynard, 26, 32 Bob White Lane, Clinton, failure to appear on driving while license revoked, operate vehicle without insurance. Bond $500; court date May 11.

4/23 – Thomas Lee Owens, 52, 4804 Harnett-Dunn Hwy., Dunn, assault on a female. No bond; court date May 12.

4/23 – Dianna Whitley Strong, 65, 3218 Ozzie Road, Clinton, disturbing the peace. Bond $500; court date May 21.

Incidents

4/22 – A .22-caliber revolver valued at $300 was stolen from a River Road residence.

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