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Crime report

By Sarah Willets

June 9, 2014

Thefts


Thomas Ray Lee, of Hardin Road, Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone broke into his car and stole an Apple iPod valued at $200 and two phone chargers valued at $30 each, according to a police report.


Rochelle Chatman, on Pinecrest Drive, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone stole her black Chrysler Town & Country van valued at $2,500, according to a police report.


Helen Hendren, of East 12th Street, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone broke into her house, causing $500 in damage to the door, and stole an XBox gaming console valued at $400 and a 32-inch RCA television valued at $00, according to a police report.


Willie Clark reported Friday that a $30 bottle of cologne was stolen from Belk in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Dorothy McNair, of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone stole her blue 2006 Dodge Caravan, valued at $4,000, from Southeastern Regional Medical Center, according to a police report.


Gustab Landesman, of Harper’s Ferry Road, Maxton, reported Friday that his $200 iPhone was stolen from the Robeson County Public Library on Chestnut Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Tiffany Lindsey, of East Seventh Street, Lumberton, reported Friday that someone stole her $5 wallet and $55 in bank and identification cards, according to a police report.


Stanley Calvin reported Friday that someone stole five wood pallets valued at $5 each from Reddy Ice on Elizabethtown Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Chelsie Patrick, of East South Railroad Street, Clarkton, reported Friday that her $600 iPhone S with a pink case was stolen at Walmart on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Tracey Townsend reported Friday that someone stole $9.78 in cleaning supplies from Wilco Hess on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Megan Renee Powell, of Midway Drive, Whiteville, reported Friday that her $5,000 white Dodge Ram was stolen from Ace Wrecker Service on East Fifth Street in Lumberton during a break-in that caused $2,000 in damage, according to a police report.


Regan Asayseus, of Bradford Street, Lumberton, reported Thursday that someone stole his $50 bicycle, according to a police report.


James Walker Shaw, of Henny Lane, Springs Grove, Pa., reported Friday that his 6-by-16 black trailer, valued at $1,600, was stolen at Country Inn and Suites on Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Shannon Smith reported Friday that $420 in hair extensions were stolen from For U Beauty on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Gregory Matthews, of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone broke into his house and stole a PlayStation 4 gaming console, valued at $2,240; $230 worth of electronics; a $50 computer bag; $300 worth of DVDs; and $150 worth of clothing, according to a police report.


Robert Johnston, of Ausband Drive, McDonough, Ga., reported Monday that someone broke into his car at Comfort Suites on Wintergreen Drive, Lumberton, and stole $6,000 worth of hearing aids, a $125 camera and a $20 leather case, according to a police report.


Vandalism


Deldrick Small, of Cheryl Drive, Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone broke a window on his house, causing $200 in damage, according to a police report.


Annie Chavis Locklear, of Vintage Drive, Shannon, reported Sunday that someone broke a window on her car on East Ninth Street in Lumberton, causing $150 in damage, according to a police report.


Charles Mitchuson reported Sunday that someone broke the windows on seven cars at Partners Auto Sales on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, causing $1,350 in damage, according to a police report.


Sam Davis reported Sunday that $150 in damage was done to a building on Branch Street in Lumberton during a break-in, according to a police report.


Aretha Davis and Charlene Jones, both of High Street, Lumberton, reported Friday that someone knocked over their mailboxes, causing $10 in damage to each, according to a police report.


Jerry Nobles reported Friday that someone broke three windows at Lumberton Dye and Finishing on East First Street, causing $450 in damage, according to a police report.


James Faulkner reported Sunday that $1,100 in damage was done to a power box, a door, a window and wiring at Janie Hargrave Elementary School on Hargrave Street, Lumberton, during a break-in, according to a police report.


Danielle Arnette reported Monday that $300 in damage was done to a window at Minuteman on East Fifth Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Officer Cody Blount reported Monday that $200 in damage was done to a window at Soap City on Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Break-ins


The following break-ins were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:


Town of Proctorville, on Fire Tower Road, Orrum; Keera Scott, of Doman Drive, Maxton; Rosalind Jacobs, of Ronald Boulevard, Lumberton; Stanley Milton Barnes, of Tolarsville Road, St. Pauls; William Horne, of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Lumberton; Janice Skiptworth Hardin, of Chapelwood Circle, Pembroke; Ashley McEachin, of Deep Branch Road, Maxton; Augustine Vendetti, of N.C. 20 West, Lumber Bridge; Charlene Oxendine, of Odum Road, Lumberton; Jay’s Mini Mart, on N.C. 71, Shannon; Ricardo Hernandez, of Hendren’s Pond Drive, Lumberton; Nicole Robinson, of Derby Lane, Partkon; and Alamac Grocery, on Alamac Road, Lumberton