Crime Reports for April 8


First Posted: 4/8/2009

LUMBERTON Jermey Locklear, 22, of 856 Hilly Branch Road, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with assault on a female, assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury and injury to personal property, according to a sheriffs report.
Locklear beat 20-year-old Tiffany Haggins during an argument. As another man attempted to break up the fight, Locklear allegedly commanded a pit bull to attack. The man suffered several bite wounds to his arm and legs, according to the report.
After deputies placed Locklear into custody, he kicked out the rear window of a sheriffs vehicle, according to the report. Damages to the car were estimated at about $800, the report said.

LUMBERTON A Lumberton man is accused of breaking into a Regan Church Road home on Tuesday, according to a sheriffs report.
Deputies arrested Lordell Ivey, 51, who told deputies that he broke into the home at about 3:15 a.m. to get away from a man who was chasing him with a gun. The owner of the home, James Lester Jr., 55, apprehended Ivey after a relative heard the door being kicked in and saw Ivey standing in the doorway, the report said.
He was taken to the Robeson County jail and placed under a $50,000 bond for first-degree burglary.

ROWLAND More than $3,000 in damage was reported to a vehicle belonging to Cynthia Ann Oxendine, 33, of Kitchen Street.
A sheriffs report said that Oxendine walked outside at about 6:30 a.m. Monday and found that someone had slashed all four tires, smashed two windows and scratched the paint on her 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee.

ROWLAND Someone broke into the In & Out Small Engine Repair shop on Monday and stole a welder, a refrigeration recovery machine, an air compressor, a pressure washer, a heater and a shop fan.
According to a sheriffs report, the burglar pried open a door and stole the items sometime before 11 a.m. The items were valued at about $11,000.

LUMBERTON A 22-year-old Lumberton man suffered severe cuts when he was assaulted on Monday.
Deputies responded to a call f from Southeastern Regional Medical Center at about 6 p.m. and found Jamie Sampson of Leola Drive receiving treatment for deep cuts across the back.
Sampson told deputies that a man with a knife attacked him at a convenience store on N.C. 72.

LUMBERTON Someone stole an all-terrain vehicle and a go-cart from Jamie Hunts Oakgrove Road home on Monday, according to a sheriffs report.
Hunt, 18, told deputies that he discovered the missing vehicles at about 6:30 p.m.

ST. PAULS Several electronics and a dog were taken from a Whirlwind Drive home Monday night.
Matthew Bryce Lewis, 27, told deputies that he suspected that a relative used a key and stole two televisions, a DVD player, hand tools, a desktop computer and a pit bull pup.
The missing items were valued at about $1,600, according to the report.

LUMBERTON A 2001 Mitsubishi Montero was taken on Monday from a East Ninth Street home.
According to a police report, Leamon Holden, 35, told police that a friend was staying at the home Monday evening. When he awoke on Tuesday at about 10 a.m., Holden saw that the keys, vehicle and friend were gone.
The vehicle was valued at about $5,000, the report said.

LUMBERTON Someone broke into a Page Street home and stole a Toshiba laptop from Tonya Billings, 35.
A police report said the computer was valued at about $1,000.

LUMBERTON William Thomas Rogers, 22, of 1317 Furman Drive, was arrested on Sunday and charged with resisting, delaying, or obstructing arrest, operating without a license, driving without insurance, careless and reckless driving, exceeding the speed limit, stop sign violation and driving an unregistered vehicle.
According to a police report, someone in Davis Heights called police at about 4 p.m. to report that Williams was driving carelessly and recklessly through the neighborhood.
As police attempted to stop Williams, he took off and a brief chase ensued. The report said police ended the chase because of safety concerns.
He was arrested a short time later.

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