Crime report


First Posted: 8/21/2014

Thefts

Paula McMillan, of the Lumberton Police Department, reported Wednesday that someone broke into a car belonging to the city of Lumberton and stole a Taser, according to a police report.

Leveta Haman reported Wednesday that a $30 registration plate was stolen off of a car at Car City on Elizabethtown Road and that several other vehicles had been driven without authorization, according to a police report.

David McGill, of East Seventh Street, Lumberton, reported Wednesday that his Smith & Wesson .40-caliber semi-automatic handgun, valued at $339.95, and a $20 holster were stolen from him at Bo’s Food Store on East Fifth Street, according to a police report.

Vandalism

Gertie Murray, of Rowland Avenue, reported Wednesday that the front glass door of her home was broken, totaling $100 in damage, according to a police report.

Break-ins

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

Mike Locklear, of Mount Zion Church Road, Maxton; Mortgage Contracting Services, on Renee Circle, Lumberton; Nathan Groves, of McLeod Drive, Maxton; Jack Pait Strickland, of East Raynham Road, Fairmont; Shannon Cribb, of Old Stage Road, Fairmont; Steve Lowry, of Tracey Sampson Road, Pembroke; Marcus Keith Locklear, of Oakgrove Church Road, Lumberton; and Linda Caulder, of Arthur Road, Red Springs.

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