Lance Jones, of Pleasant Hope Road, Fairmont, reported Sunday that someone broke into his car at Econo Lodge on Kahn Drive in Lumberton, and stole his registration, $200 worth of cologne and a $100 radio transmitter, according to a police report.
Demerrias Rivers, of East Ninth Street, Lumberton, reported Saturday that his $200 Samsung camera was stolen from his home during a break-in, according to a police report.
Jimmy Pittman, of Bragg Street, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone broke into his house, causing $600 in damage to a window and a door, and stole $1,071 worth of items, including a television, a DVD player, camera, a laptop, a laptop bag, a stereo and an iPad, according to a police report.
Julia Rich, of North Elm Street, Lumberton, reported Saturday that her 2008 silver Dodge Avenger, valued at $12,000, was stolen from her residence, according to a police report.
Johnny Walters reported Friday that someone broke into a vacant residence belonging to Laiken Rentals on Meadow Road in Lumberton, causing $290 in damage to the door, door frame and lock, according to a police report. Walters also reported that someone broke into another Laiken Rentals property on Meadow Road, rented by Yusheka Holbrook, causing $250 in damage to the door, according to a police report.
The following break-ins were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:
Payton Hunt, of Sanderson Road, Maxton; Linda Locklear, of R&M Drive, Red Springs; Carol Hunt, of Seventh Street Road, Lumberton; Joseph Bullard, of Harleyville Road, Rowland; Shanelle Jones, of Lads Drive, Shannon; Linda Holloman, of West Parkton Tobemory Road, Parkton; Stuart Monroe, of Barker Ten Mile Road, St. Pauls; and Stephen Hammonds, of East McRainey Road, St. Pauls.