— Shots fired
FAIRMONT — Two people were injured and $900 damage was reported in a shooting on Tuesday, according to a sheriff’s report.
Sonja Elise Stuart, 25, of Pinehurst Avenue, and Orlando Gaddy, of Owl Run Road in Pembroke, were in Stuart’s home when shots entered the house from the outside. Gaddy and Stuart then drove themselves to Southeastern Regional Medical Center in a Pontiac Grand Prix that had $300 damage from gunfire, according to the report.
They were both treated and released at the medical center.
A bullet passed through the walls of Stuart’s home and entered the home of Tracy Townsend, where it came to rest inside of a closet. Bullets also peirced the skirting of the trailer, according to the report.
ROWLAND — Raymond Locklear, of Sausage Lane, reported on Friday that someone he knew fired shots into his home, according to a sheriff’s report.
Acording to the report, bullets peirced the walls of Locklear’s home, entered the master bedroom and became lodged in clothing. Mary Beth Cleveland, who was in the home at the time, suffered a gunshot wound to her hand and later drove herself to Scotland County Hospital.
Locklear reported that after hearing the gunshots, he ran outside and got into his truck and followed the shooters in a vehicle chase down Midway Road to Cabinet Shop Road, then turned around and headed back to his home to call 911.
Damage to the home was reported at $3,000, and damage to clothing was reported at $400.
LUMBERTON — Trey Ivey, of Mud Alley Road in Lumberton, reported on Thursday that a man entered his home and shot at him, according to a sheriff’s report.
Ivey reported that a man walked through his unlocked door and asked him if he wanted to buy a .40-caliber pistol. He said he was not interested, and the man fired a shot at him, which grazed his head, and then ran out of the door.
Ivey reported that he then got his weapon and fired at the man as he fled in a white car. An ambulance responded but Ivey was not transported to the hospital.
LUMBERTON — Mary Williams, of Norment Road, reported on Friday that someone she knew entered her home and cut her and a man, Courtland Moody, on the hand with a knife taken from her kitchen, according to a sheriff’s report.
Moody and Williams were cut in a struggle over the knife when Moody attempted to take the knife from the man and Williams jumped in, according to the report. No medical attention was sought.
LUMBERTON — Cherry Miles, of All Occasions & Bridal at 312 N. Elm St., reported on Thursday that someone took a prom dress valued at $600, according to a police report.
The following people reported break-ins to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:
Herman Jacobs, of Buie Philadelphius Road in Red Springs; Peggy Strickland, of U.S. 74 in Lumberton; and Amber Brewer, of Resa Loop Drive in Lumberton.