Crime Reports for Dec. 10

First Posted: 1/15/2009

SHANNON — A man and his child were assaulted and threatened with weapons during a home invasion on Monday.
According to a sheriff’s report, Timothy Davis, 36, told deputies that a woman who lived in the Shannon Road residence let two unknown men who brandished a knife and a hammer in the home at about 11:10 p.m.
The report said the men struck a 6-year-old during the altercation. The woman and the two men then fled the home.

MAXTON — Five bullets struck a home on Tuesday on McGirt Road while a family was inside, according to a sheriff’s report.
Mackampa M. Nyekudi, 55, said he was in the shower at about 12:50 a.m. when he heard a loud noise and found a bullet on the floor near the shower.
Nyekudi said three family members were asleep in the home at the time of the shooting.

MAXTON — Robert Barnes, 24, reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Monday that someone had fired shots toward his home on Cabinet Shop Road.
Barnes told deputies that he was inside of his home with friends when they heard shots being fired at about 11:45 p.m. The report said the passenger door on Barnes’ 1994 Chevrolet Caprice was struck, causing about $200 damage.

LUMBERTON — Kelsey Maitland, 23, said that someone broke into her Popes Crossing Road home on Monday night and stole several items.
According to a sheriff’s report, Maitland returned home from work at about 10:30 p.m. and noticed her front door kicked in and her home in disarray. Missing were a laptop computer, digital camera, jewelry and clothing valued at about $970, according to the report.

ROWLAND — Deputies responded to a domestic dispute on Monday morning after a woman reported being choked, according to a sheriff’s report.
Corey Barton, 23, of Wesley Road, told deputies that a man who was at the home began choking her during an argument about finances. Barton suffered minor injuries, the report said.

LUMBERTON — Someone stole $100 from the Burger King at 5017 Fayetteville Road on Tuesday, a store manager reported.
A police report said the employee said tool marks were found on a locked office door where the drive-through cash drawer was located. A restaurant employee was listed as a suspect, according to the report.

LUMBERTON — A friend notified Andre McKinley, 28, that his home had been broken into while he was at work on Monday, according to a police report.
Missing items include a Dell desktop computer, Playstation 3 game console, and clothing worth about $1,200, the report said. There were no signs of forced entry.

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