Police reports for Sept. 21-23

Published 9:48pm Monday, September 24, 2012

September 21

Incidents

Theft of motor vehicle parts or accessories, South 12th Street

Theft of motor vehicle parts or accessories, Wilson Street

Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, North Main Street

Grand larceny, Pruden Boulevard

Hit and run, North 7th Street

Motor vehicle theft, Myrick Avenue

Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, Beech Street

Destruction of property, Myrtle Street

Breaking and entering into a residence, Nancy Drive

Simple assault, Babbtown Road

Credit card/ATM fraud, College Drive

Grand larceny, Kings Highway

Natural death, Oak Street

Hit and run, North Main Street and Finney Avenue

Possession of marijuana, East Washington Street

Hit and run with property damage, Carolina Road

Larceny – shoplifting, North Main Street

Vandalism of private property, Edinburgh Court

Larceny – shoplifting, North Main Street

Larceny – shoplifting, North Main Street

Theft of motor vehicle parts or accessories, Holland Road

Simple assault, East Washington Street

 Arrests

Thomas Dean Sears, 19, petit larceny

Deshaun Lavoris Bailey, 36, possession of a controlled substance

Wilbur Bernard Cross, 25, receipt of stolen firearm

Byron Jerome Bennett, 35, larceny or theft – third or subsequent offense

Jack Edward Wishon, 41, revocation of suspended sentence

Trucker Deshon Wiggins, 23, contempt of court

Terri Theresa Sawyer, 38, simple assault and battery

Kiera Dawn Farkas, 18, concealment, price alter of merchandise valued at less than $200

Pauline Rawlings, 18, concealment, price alter of merchandise valued at less than $200

Levi Junius Hill, 37, assault and battery of a police officer or firefighter

John Rudolph Babb, 48, petit larceny

Stephanie Josephine James, 27, falsely identify self to a law enforcement officer

Tremane Le’Mount Bowers, 24, failure to comply with support obligations

 September 22

Incidents

Weapons law violations, Wilson Street

Simple assault, Mahan Street

Simple domestic assault, Nancy Drive

Simple assault, Godwin Boulevard

Disorderly conduct, Second Avenue

Hit and run, North Main Street

Larceny – shoplifting, College Drive

Larceny – shoplifting, College Drive

Possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, Webb Street

Simple domestic assault, Mountainside Avenue

Simple domestic assault, South 6th Street

Providing false information to police, Grace Street

Arrests

Demetrius Stephon Bailey, 24, carrying a concealed weapon – first offense

James Kendell Hinton, 35, violate protective order

Calvin Eugene Bazemore, 57, contempt of court

Daryl Henry Ricks, 20, failure to appear on a misdemeanor charge

Luis Adolfo Lopez-Lopez, 32, throwing or depositing certain substances upon a highway

Edward Franklin Fuller, 59, public intoxication

Garet John Watters, 42, sexual battery

Edward Antwan Wilson, 31, contempt of court

Demetrius Markey Harper, 27, simple assault and battery

Richard Clark, 48, assault and battery of a family member

Kirk Morris Bond, 34, driving under the influence of alcohol

 September 23

Incidents

Simple assault, Smith Street

Larceny of animals or poultry, Gunston Drive

Vandalism of private property, Hunter Street

Runaway juvenile, Manning Road

Vandalism of private property, Collier Crescent

Simple domestic assault, Shoal Creek Road

Destruction of property, Wellons Street

Lost or stolen property, North Main Street

Destruction of property, Exchange Road

Larceny of animals or poultry, Saint James Avenue

Simple assault, Holy Neck Road

Simple domestic assault, Wilroy Road

Abandoned vehicle, Eclipse Drive

Vandalism of private property, Finney Avenue

 Arrests

Larry Evans, 41, noise violation – loud music

David Allen Burford, 53, grand larceny

David Lynn Wood, 25, driving under the influence of alcohol

Jason J. Bright, 21, public intoxication

Richard John-Page Crouch, 36, assault and battery of a family member

Virgil Wiggins, 18, motor vehicle theft

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