Crime report


Thefts

Ricky Clemmons reported Sunday that someone broke into his car on Legend Drive and stole a $580 Tarus Judge Revolver and a $350 LG Optimus phone, according to a police report.

Lisa Palamer, of West 19th Street, reported Sunday that someone broke into her car and stole her $200 GPS unit, according to a police report.

Joseph Clark reported Sunday that someone broke into his home on Hedge Drive and stole a pocket knife, silver necklace, DVD player, six prescription medications and U.S. currency, all valued at $665, according to a police report.

Tracey Freeman reported Sunday that someone stole a gold necklace, gold cross charm, Jesus charm and a two-toned chain, all valued at $2,750, from her home on East Fifth Street, according to a police report.

Sadie Jones, of Riverside Avenue, reported Saturday that someone broke into her vehicle and stole a laptop and laptop bag, valued at $560, according to a police report.

Allen Townsend, of East 11th Street, reported Friday that someone broke into his home and stole his Xbox 360 console, Xbox games and turn table, all valued at $1,100, according to a police report.

Kevin Parker, of East 11th Street, reported Friday that someone stole two bikes, valued at $200, from outside of his home, according to a police report.

Wanda Crump reported Friday that someone stole a castle bouncing house and a 27-foot water slide, worth $11,000, from her residence, according to a police report.

An employee at McNeill’s Jewelry on North Elm Street reported Friday that someone stole $1,000 worth of gold and silver diamond rings, according to a police report.

Vandalism

Keyonia Walker reported Sunday that someone did $1,000 in damage to her vehicle on Hay Street after repeatedly denting the car, according to a police report.

Laqnawda Banks, of Lee Circle, reported Sunday that someone caused $600 in damages to two rims and tires on her vehicle, according to a police report.

Leonara Preston said that someone scratched both sides of her car and damaged a window screen on Sinclair Street, causing $1,030 in damages, according to a police report.

The city of Lumberton filed a report on Saturday that stated that someone has cut security seals from a meter box on North Roberts Avenue, causing $200 in damages, according to a police report.

Hazel Ang, of North Floyd Avenue, reported Saturday that someone broke into her home, causing $1,000 in damages to a door, according to a police report.

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