LUMBERTON — The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a Lumberton teenager who faces charges of stealing dogs and a Parkton man who has failed to appear in court for communicating threats, according to sheriff’s Maj. Howard Branch.
Corey Dewayne Chavis, 16, of 516 Mt. Olive Church Road, is charged with two counts of larceny of a canine, according to Branch. He has previously been charged with injury to personal property, communicating threats, and larceny.
Ronald Wesley Leviner, 20, of 1033 South Fork Road in Parkton, is charged with failure to appear in court for a charge of communicating threats, according to Branch. Levinar is also is charged with conspiracy to break and enter, breaking and entering, and larceny after breaking and entering. Levinar’s parents live in Fayetteville, Branch said.