Crime Reports for Dec. 4


First Posted: 12/4/2009

LUMBERTON David Britt, 47, of Beulah Church Road, reported on Wednesday that someone broke into his home and stole property, according to a sheriffs report.
Missing were $500 in cash, $439 in guns, a $300 X-Box, and $20 in knives.

LUMBERTON Bridgett Smith, 29, of Bovine Drive, reported on Wednesday that someone attempted to break into her home and stole her 2000 Ford F150 truck from her driveway, according to a sheriffs report.
It was valued at $7,000. Damage to a front door was $100.

ROWLAND Curtis Blue, 57, of Sandra Lane, reported on Wednesday that someone broke into his home and stole $1,925 in chain saws, according to a sheriffs report.
Damage to a lock was $5.

ROWLAND Ashley Baker, 23, of Gerald Road, reported on Wednesday that someone stole her 2002 Ford Lincoln from her home, according to a sheriffs report.
It was valued at $8,000.

LUMBERTON Tashika Powell, 19, of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, reported on Wednesday that someone broke into her home and stole her $1,400 television, according to a sheriffs report.

PEMBROKE Joann Seals, 53, of Hidden Valley Lane, reported on Wednesday that someone stole her 1994 Honda Accord from her home, according to a sheriffs report.
It was valued at $3,500. It was later found by deputies wrecked on Canal Road.

MAXTON Anthony Barton, 48, of Preston Road, reported on Wednesday that someone stole a 2003 Honda ATV from his home, according to a sheriffs report.
It was valued at $1,500.

LUMBERTON Ruby Tuesdays on Fayetteville Road reported on Wednesday that someone stole $1,020 from the restaurant, according to a police report.

LUMBERTON Ramona Lewis, 24, of Beech Center, reported on Wednesday that someone broke into her home and stole $2,190 in electronics, according to a police report.

LUMBERTON Dianne McNair, 58, of Schoolview Mobile Home Park, reported on Wednesday that someone broke into her home and stole property, according to a police report.
Missing were $400 in electronics, a $100 pit bull, a $50 dog kennel, $50 in medications, and a $25 jewelry box. Damage to a front door was $200.

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