November 12, 2013
Charles Grantham, of West 29th Street, Lumberton, reported that his debit card was stolen and used to make $1,118 worth of fraudulent transactions, according to a police report.
Tamica Jones, of Lambeth Street, Lumberton, reported that a refrigerator valued at $200 was stolen from a vacant residence she was in the process of moving out of, according to a police report.
Brenda Poinsette, an employee of Lumberton City Hall, reported that a box containing a cell phone valued at $299 and a pouch valued at $14 was stolen from her desk at work, according to a police report.
Howard Locklear, of Starlite Drive, Lumberton, reported his vehicle’s tags stolen on Tuesday, according to a police report.
The following break-ins were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:
Willie Smith, of N.C. 130, Maxton; Billy Ray Locklear Ministries, on Oak Grove Church Road, Pembroke; Clifton Paul Bass, of Old Whiteville Road, Lumberton; Marshall Eugene Smiling, of N.C. 130, Maxton.