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

• Sept. 25 — Karla Yadira Dubon, 41, of 614 Ferrell St., Clinton, was charged with misdemeanor stalking. Bond set at $500; court date is Oct. 10.

• Sept. 27 — Percy Sherman Chestnutt, 44, of 115 Darkwood Lane, Clinton, was charged with possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance. Bond set at $500; court date is Oct. 26.

• Sept. 27 — Vadiyier Labristol Graham, 40, of 631 Williams St., Clinton, was charged with larceny. Bond set at $500; court date is Oct. 5.

• Sept. 28 — Keith Ray Capps, 57, of 541 Jordan Road, Autryville, was charged with failing to work after paid. Bond set at $500; court date is Nov. 1.

• Sept. 28 — Daesia Victoria Fennell, 16, of 201 Justice St., Roseboro, was charged with simple affray. Written promise; court date is Oct. 26.

• Sept. 28 — Tomorro Christine Brunson, 16, of 5 Payne St., Roseboro, was charged with simple affray. Written promise; court date is Oct. 26.

Incidents/investigations

• Sept. 28 — Naomi Autry of Clinton reported a break-in to her storage building, with two generators and a 100-gallon air compressor stolen. Items valued at $1,800.

• Sept. 28 — Makayla Ball of Dunn and Lloyd Herring of Benson were listed as victims in a break-in and theft of Ball’s laptop, valued at $1,500. Damage to a wooden door casing was estimated at $300.

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 textwith 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 textwith tipcpd.

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