Last updated: July 30. 2013 12:15PM - 104 Views

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Arrests


• 7/24 — Kimberly Bradshaw, 35, of 2760 Hobbton Hwy., Clinton, was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Bond $500; trial date Aug. 29.


• 7/24 — Alberto Malonado, 41, of 106 Sams Lane, Faison, was charged with two counts of second degree trespassing. Bond $1,000; trial date Aug. 7.


• 7/24 — Melvin Carr, 44, of 423 Long View Lake Road, Garland, was charged with communicating threats. Trial date Sept. 7.


• 7/24 — Mary Harshall, 29, of 404 Royal Lane, Clinton, was charged with damage to property. Given a written promise; trial date Aug. 23.


• 7/24 — Tammy Jacobs, 40, of 416 Royal Lane, Clinton, was charged with simple physical assault. Given a written promise; trial date is Aug. 7.


• 7/25 — Jennifer Bass, 28, of 22 Stanbourne Lane, Clinton, was charged with being intoxicated and disruptive. Bond $1,000; trial date Aug. 6.


Incidents/Investigations


• 7/24 — Jimmy Godwin, of Dunn, reported a larceny. Reported stolne was a John Deere Gator valued at $9,062.


• 7/24 — Gary Godwin, of Dunn, reported a breaking, entering and larceny. Reported stolen was a tool punch valued at $200; drop cords valued at $200; and rolls of electrical wire.


• 7/24 — Lana Knowles, of Dunn, reported a breaking, entering and larceny. Reported stolen was six packs of cigarettes; a roll of quarters; and a pool stick.


• 7/24 — David Owens, Jr., of Autryville, reported a breaking, entering and larceny. Reported stolen were tools; a radio; a tool box; a jug and piston for a dirt bike; and a wrench.


• 7/24 — Pam Tew, of Dunn, reported a breaking, entering and larceny. Reported stolen was five assorted flower pots valued at $200.


• 7/24 — James Herring, of Clinton, reported a larceny. Reported stolen was two water tanks valued at $500.


• 7/24 — Charles Duplechien, of Autryville, reported a breaking, entering and larceny. Reported stolen was a color tablet; alcohol; and an undisclosed amount of cash.


• 7/24 — Melinda Faircloth, of Clinton, reported a breaking, entering and larceny. Reported stolen was jewelry valued at $700. Damaged was a window screen.

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