Crime Reports for Sept. 1


First Posted: 9/1/2010

ROWLAND Johnny Jones, 90, of Justin Road, reported more than $600 worth of cash and guns were stolen from his home Sunday, according to a sheriffs report.
Missing were $400 in cash, a .38-caliber revolver valued at $100 and a .22-caliber revolver valued at $100.

LUMBERTON Martin Brown, 41, of Hardin Road, reported more than $1,700 worth of electronics were stolen from his home Sunday, according to a police report.
Missing were a Wii valued at $200, an Xbox valued at $400, an HP laptop valued at $250, a 32-inch Polaroid flatscreen television valued at $400, a Sony Vaio laptop valued at $450 and a bank bag valued at $25.

LUMBERTON Tajenda Kamika Smith, of Warwick Mill Road, reported a CD player was stolen out of her 200 Pontiac Grand Am Saturday, according to a police report.
The Pyle radio, CD/TV player was valued at $500. Damage to the car was estimated at $50.

LUMBERTON Wayne Johnson, 44, an employee of Epes Transport System, Inc., reported more than $600 worth of electronics were stolen from a company car parked on Kendrick Drive, according to a police report.
Missing were a VCR combo player valued at $120, two satellite radios valued at $85, a CD valued at $20, 15 DVDs valued at $150 and a GPS valued at $250. Damage to a window was estimated at $400.

LUMBERTON Sherry Bridgeman, 46, of 2565 E. Fifth St., was arrested Friday and charged with writing a worthless check, according to a police report.
Bridgeman was jailed under an unsecured bond of $8,000.

LUMBERTON Jason Locklear, 29, of Pinecrest Drive, reported more than $3,200 worth of electronics were stolen from his apartment Sunday, according to a police report.
Missing were a 47-inch LG television valued at $1,100, a 37-inch Vizio television valued at $450, a Wii valued at $300, 10 Wii games valued at $300, a 16-inch Toshiba laptop valued at $600, an Xbox 360 valued at $200, six Xbox games valued at $350, a Remington 12-gauge shotgun valued at $500 and a watch.

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