Crime Reports for April 29


First Posted: 4/28/2010

LUMBER BRIDGE Cheryl Hardin-McMillian, 40, of Fayetteville, reported on Tuesday that someone stole her 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt while it was parked on N.C. 71, according to a sheriffs report.
The $9,000 vehicle was later recovered. Missing were $300 in clothes and a $100 CD player. Damage to the front drivers side window was $200.

LUMBERTON Ronnie Davis, 56, of Pinelog Road, reported on Tuesday that someone broke into a rental property, also on Pinelog Road, according to a sheriffs report.
Missing were $1,000 in copper wire, a $500 furnace, a $300 water heater, a $200 kitchen sink, a $200 tub, a $100 toilet, and $30 in bathroom fixtures. Damages were $2,000 to the mobile home, $250 to a stove, $250 to a window, and $100 to a toilet.

LUMBERTON Jonathan Zurcher, 20, of Alamac Village Drive, reported on Tuesday that someone shot him in the lower leg, according to a sheriffs report.
Zurcher suffered minor injuries.

SHANNON Troylenia Chavis, 27, of Rennert Road, and Jolene Chavis, of Truck Lane, reported on Tuesday that someone shot at them with a birdshot while they were walking down Rennert Road.
They suffered minor injuries.

LUMBERTON Southeastern Regional Medical Center reported on Wednesday that someone broke into a hospital van and set the inside on fire, according to a police report.
Damage to the 1999 Ford van was $1,500.

LUMBERTON Billy Brooks, 52, of Dallas Road, reported on Tuesday that someone broke into his home and stole property, according to a police report.
Missing were a $1,000 computer, a $300 handgun, a $35 computer bag, and a $20 wallet.

LUMBERTON Rhonda Locklear, 50, of Ambay Road, Pembroke, reported on Tuesday that someone attempted to break into her 2006 Dodge Charger while it was parked at Peterson Toyota on Fayetteville Road, according to a police report.
Damage to the trunk was $550.

LUMBERTON Blockbuster Video on Fayetteville Road reported on Tuesday that someone stole $760 in Blu-ray DVDs, according to a police report.

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