A sheriff’s report said Hunt was taken to the Robeson County jail and placed under a $30,000 bond.
ROWLAND — A burglar was caught shortly after he robbed a home on N.C. 710 South on Monday, according to a sheriff’s report.
According to a sheriff’s report, deputies responded to an alarm at the home of Eric Fuels, 30, after a neighbor told Fuels that she saw a man in his yard at about 10:45 a.m. The report said authorities found the man hiding in a closet two houses down.
LUMBERTON — Someone stole a 2000 Chevrolet 2500 truck from Rea Contracting on Monday, according to a sheriff’s report.
The truck, which displays a “Rea Contracting” emblem on its side, was valued at about $2,000.
PARKTON — A 1991 Porche 944 was stolen from a gas station on N.C. 71 North, according to a sheriff’s report.
Norris Lipsy, 45, told deputies that he left his vehicle at the business on Friday when it had a flat tire. Lipsy said the vehicle was missing when he returned about 6:30 p.m. Monday.
The vehicle was worth about $9,000, the report said.
LUMBERTON — About $700 in jewelry was taken from a Lummie Drive home on Monday.
A sheriff’s report said Brittany Danielle Wynn, 20, believed a relative entered the home through a faulty door and stole the jewelry and a Toshiba laptop valued at about $900.
LUMBERTON — Southeastern Concrete reported to police on Monday that someone had tried to cash a counterfeit check using the business name.
A police report said an employee of Stock’s Food store contacted the business and said a man had tried to cash a check for $386.50.
The man fled the store when confronted, leaving behind his identification card and an ink thumbprint, according to the report.
LUMBERTON — Someone broke into a change machine at Ronnie’s Tint and Window at 4445 Fayetteville Road.
An employee told officers that the vandal stole about $150 from the machine.
LUMBERTON — A Dell HP/COMPAQ computer was taken from a classroom at Robeson Community College, according to a police report.
A student informed the instructor about the missing equipment. The computer is valued at about $1,207, the report said.