First Posted: 1/8/2009
RED SPRINGS A man was assaulted on Tuesday when he found two men breaking into his home, according to a sheriffs report.
Jimmy Dean Hicks, 20, of Mt. Tabor Road, told deputies that he returned home at about 6:35 p.m. and saw a vehicle in his yard. After the vehicle fled, he found the two men inside of his home.
The men, whom Hicks said he knew, assaulted him and fled through the front door. The report said the burglars stole a 42-inch flat screen TV, a stereo, speakers, a PS2 game console, video games, and DVDs. The items were valued at about $1,500.
FAIRMONT Jaime Lynn Chavis, 34, of 332 Peanut Drive, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, and possession of stolen goods.
Chavis was taken to the Robeson County jail and placed under a $5,000 bond.
LUMBERTON Ronnie Wayne Jones, 44, of 4832 Cabinet Shop Road, Rowland, was arrested and charged with assault, inflicting serious injury and obtaining property by false pretenses.
Jones was taken to the Robeson County jail and placed under a $7,000 bond.
LUMBERTON Myron Blake Maynor, 30, of 8192 N.C. 72, Pembroke, was placed under a $25,000 bond on Tuesday for armed robbery charges.
A sheriffs report said Maynor was charged with robbing the Maynor Gas Mart.
LUMBERTON Mark Vincent Dwyer, 26, of 588 W. Horne Road, Rowland, was arrested Wednesday and charged with attempted kidnapping and common law robbery.
He was taken to the Robeson County jail and placed under a $5,000 bond.
MAXTON Someone stole a 1998 Dodge Neon from a home on Revels Road.
According to a sheriffs report, the vehicle belonged to Sabrina Castameda, 30, of Elrod Road, Maxton. Castameda told deputies that she had started her car at about 10:30 p.m. and went back inside the Revels Road home. She then heard a noise, looked out of the window and saw someone driving away in the vehicle. A suspect was listed on the report.
LUMBERTON Someone broke into a Beverly Circle home on Tuesday and stole several items.
A sheriffs report said Richard Williams, 34, returned home at about 12:20 p.m. and found his home ransacked. The burglar stole two guns, two PSP game consoles, a PS2, video games, two MP3 players, a cell phone and several movies.
The missing items were valued at about $3,150, according to the report.