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

• Nov. 6 — Bryan James Wood, 35, of 125 Joy St., Dunn, was charged with two counts of fraud- obtaining money/property by false pretense. Bond set at $7,500; court date is Nov. 17.

• Nov. 6 — Jennifer Rose Wilbourne, 34, of 3085 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton, was charged on out-of-county warrant with misuse of 911 system. Written promise; court date is Nov. 14.

Incidents/investigations

• Nov. 3 — Robert Sinclair Jr. of Clinton reported the larceny of two weed eaters, hedge trimmer and backpack blower, valued at $1,160.

• Nov. 4 — Jane Herring of Newton Grove reported the theft of two TVs and numerous pieces of furniture and appliances, and an oil painting. Items valued at $3,000. Damage to a window air conditioning unit and kitchen sink faucet estimated at $200.

• Nov. 4 — Ralph Dumpson Sr. of Clinton reported the theft of two turn tables and a mixer, valued at $1,350.

• Nov. 6 — Randy Tyndall Farms of Clinton was the victim of theft. Air compressors, a truck, water pump, assorted tools and a .22 rifle were valued at $3,475. Damage to door locks estimated at $25.

• Nov. 6 —Pope and Son Inc. of Clinton reported the theft of two Kawasaki Mules, a pole saw and a 12-foot utility trailer, valued at $14,500.

• Nov. 6 — Sylvia Best of Clinton reported the theft of a utility trailer, valued at $1,500.

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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