Crime Reports for June 15


First Posted: 6/15/2009

RED SPRINGS Someone shot into a vehicle carrying six passengers on Friday, but no one was injured.
According to a sheriffs report, Luis Asencio Ramos, 33, of Hamer, S.C., told deputies that he was traveling south on McBridge Road at about 12:50 p.m. when a vehicle carrying about four people approached. Someone inside the vehicle pointed a handgun and fired several shots, striking the vehicle. The report said deputies found more than one type of shell casing.

FAIRMONT A 22-year-old Proctorville man suffered severe bruising and swelling on Monday when he was assaulted with a battery.
A sheriffs report said that Lee Hunt was outside of a camper trailer on Dolphin Road at about 1 a.m. when man assaulted him, striking him in the face and head. Hunt was taken to St. Eugene Hospital in Dillon, S.C., for treatment.

LUMBERTON Someone broke into a Von Street home on Friday and stole a flatscreen television, a Wii game console, a DVD player, a grill, and jewelry, according to a sheriffs report.
Shana Dee Dockery, 34, told deputies that she came home at about 6:20 p.m. and found the items, valued at about $3,000, missing.

MAXTON More than $5,500 in damage was reported at an Old Baker Road home on Saturday.
According to a sheriffs report, Ray Carleton Jacobs, 27, returned home at about 4:40 p.m. and found holes in the walls and Sheetrock, clothing and furniture slashed with a knife. The power box to the home had also been damaged.

PEMBROKE Someone fired several shots toward a Union Chapel Road home on Sunday, striking a vehicle.
A sheriffs report said that Jimmy Cummings, 69, told deputies that he was inside of his home at about 1:10 p.m. when he heard several gunshots. A 1985 Ford Econoline was struck, causing about $200 in damage.

RED SPRINGS A Yamaha Raptor all-terrain-vehicle was taken from Elvid Resto, 28, of Turtle Drive, on Sunday.
According to a sheriffs report, Resto awoke at about 7:15 a.m. and found the ATV missing from his yard. It was valued at about $3,800.

MAXTON Someone stole a 1998 Chevrolet Prizm from a Lois Ann Drive home on Friday, according to a sheriffs report.
Marvin Tyler, 66, said he came home at about 4 p.m. and found his vehicle missing and his storage building broken into. The burglar also stole a water pump, two watches and a diamond valued at about $1,000. The vehicle was valued at about $4,000.

LUMBERTON A 25-year-old Lumberton woman said a relative attempted to shoot her on Sunday, according to a sheriffs report.
Bridget Jones, of Bobbys Circle, told deputies that she was standing outside of her home at about 11 p.m. when the man came outside and began firing several shots. The report said the man fled into the woods. About $100 in damages was reported to a storage building

LUMBERTON A 45-year-old Snake Road man was shot in the foot while walking early Saturday morning.
According to a sheriffs report, Billie Inzar told deputies that he was walking to Wysteria Mobile Home Park at about 1:50 a.m. when a vehicle slowed down and an occupant fired several shots, striking Inzar in the right foot.
Inzar was taken to Southeastern Regional Medical Center.

LUMBERTON An Evergreen man was robbed at gunpoint on Monday, according to a police report.
Eric Wayne Inman, 30, told officers that he was walking to Hardees at about 2:10 a.m. after being released from Southeastern Regional Medical Center when he was approached by a gunman.
Inman was robbed of his keys and about $70 in cash.

LUMBERTON Someone stole a patio set from Quiznos at 5021 Fayetteville Road on Sunday.
A police report said someone stole a table and eight chairs sometime before 10 a.m. The items were valued at about $630.

LUMBERTON A Fayetteville woman is accused of flooding a room at the Super 8 Motel at 150 Jackson Court on Saturday, according to a police report.
The woman had allegedly complained about cash being stolen from her room before cleaning personnel found a bath tub and sink plugged and overflowing.
The water caused more than $2,000 in damage to walls, ceiling tiles, carpet and flooring.

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