Crime report


Samuel McDougald, of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone broke into his residence and stole his 32-inch Vizio flat screen television, valued at $300, and a 43-inch Vizio flat screen television.

Crystal Mitchell, of Cedar Street in Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone stole her 16-foot utility trailer, valued at $6,000.

Maria Saiazar, of Cabinet Shop Road in Rowland, reported Sunday that someone stole her Mitsubishi Eclipse, valued at $8,000.

Hugo Amaya, of Hollywood Drive in Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone broke into his vehicle and stole his driver’s license, valued at $15; Social Security card, valued at $30; and $500 in cash.

Denise Carmichael, of Nelson Way in Lumberton, reported Friday that someone stole her 14 karat diamond cross pendant, valued at $2,495.

Tracy Viclal, of Woodcliff Drive in Lumberton, reported Friday that someone stole her 2017 Toyota Corolla, valued at $20,000.

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

Raymond Huff, Cowpen Swamp Road in Fairmont; Metcon Construction, N.C. 711 in Pembroke; Betty Oxendine, N.C. 71 North in Maxton; Miranda Hunt, Garrett Drive in Fairmont; Patricia Locklear, Cunningham Circle in Lumberton; Sidney Chavis, Red Hill Road in Maxton; James Revels, Kite Road in Lumberton; Sharon Hicks, Folks Drive in Red Springs; Jack Oxendine, Newman Drive in Lumberton; Casandra Hunt, Elijah Road in Orrum; Thomas Gardner, Fire Tower Road in Orrum; Shauna Locklear, Sammy Road in Fairmont; Chasity Jacobs, Dallas Road in Lumberton; and Lori Sampson, Ashley Road in Red Springs.

The following vehicle thefts were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:

William Lowery, on Flamingo Drive in Lumberton, Sandra Locklear, on Dakota Road in Maxton, and Terry Stewart, on Pretty Lane in Lumberton.

The following firearm thefts were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:

Tony Lawson, on Sandy Road in Fairmont, and Carol Floyd, on Old Stage Road in Fairmont.

Jonathan Locklear reported Friday to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office that he was robbed by someone armed with a deadly weapon on Fairley Road in Maxton.

Craig Stevens reported Saturday to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office that he was assaulted by someone who pointed a firearm at him on U.S. 301 South in Rowland.

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