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Police reports for February 7 and 8

Incidents

February 7

Forgery, College Drive

Check forgery, College Drive

Check forgery, College Drive

Check forgery, College Drive

Petit larceny, Freeman Mill Road

Theft from a motor vehicle, Stacey Drive

Simple assault, N. Main Street

Destruction of property, Kilby Avenue

Destruction of property, S. Main Street

Hit and run with property damage, N. Saratoga Street and W. Finney Avenue

Petit larceny, Webb Street

Vandalism of private property, N. Main Street

Recovered stolen vehicle, Tyson Court and Carolina Road

Simple domestic assault, E. Washington Street

Hit and run, Katherine Street

Attempted suicide, Pelican Crescent North

Simple assault, Steeple Drive

Simple assault, Canaan Circle

Possession of cocaine, Kenyon Road

Simple assault, Sumner Street

Shooting into an occupied dwelling, York Street

February 8

Lost or stolen property, College Drive

Check forgery, College Drive

Check forgery, College Drive

Check forgery, College Drive

Check forgery, College Drive

Brandishing a firearm, Majestic Drive

Simple domestic assault, Water Pointe Way

Identity theft, Everets Road

Lost property, Old S. Quay Road

Hit and run, E. Constance Road

Lost or stolen property, Henley Place

Arrests

February 7

Todd Matthew Faison, 24, driving under the influence of alcohol

Cassandra Patillo, 28, petit larceny

Rahn Allen McLawhorn, 32, driving under the influence of alcohol

Lee Ann Shelton-Matthews, 46, driving under the influence of alcohol

February 8

Dominique Dima Coleman, 24, driving under the influence of alcohol

Shamika Shuna Dirtion, 32, contempt of court

Chuck Terrell Earl Eley, 34, revocation of suspended sentence

Gracie Rebecca Jordan, 53, petit larceny

William Garfield Hutchinson, 32, revocation of suspended sentence

Gary Lewis Boykins, 48, aggravated sexual battery

Laura Y. Cook, 56, issuing bad checks for more than $200

Henry Dlemond Tynes, 39, driving under the influence of alcohol

Barrie Deion Faltz, 23, concealment, price alter of merchandise valued at more than $200