Crime Report for Oct. 19

First Posted: 10/19/2012

n Break-ins

LUMBERTON — Sasha Gilcrest, of McDougald Street, reported on Wednesday that someone broke into her home causing $300 damage to a door, according to a police report.

LUMBERTON — Tonya Ransom, of Fat Abs Barbecue at 1023 W. Fifth St., reported on Wednesday that someone broke into the business and stole two electrical cords valued at $125, according to a police report.

LUMBERTON — Sheila Morris and Mary McKoy, both of Sinclair Street, reported on Wednesday that someone broke into Morris’ apartment and stole a $30 converter box, according to a police report. Damage to the apartment is estimated at $4,800.

LUMBERTON — Leon Carter and Larry Bowen, of Dobb’s Motors at 2502 W. Fifth St., reported on Wednesday that someone cut a hole in afence behind the business and stole a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado, according to a police report. The truck was found parked on the train tracks at West Fifth Street. Damage to the fence is estimated at $500.

n Theft

LUMBERTON — Thomas Priester, of Time Warner Cable at 6202 Raeford Road, Fayetteville, reported on Wednesday that someone at Warwick Mill Road was stealing cable service valued at $300, according to a police report.

LUMBERTON — Herman Deval Dingle Jr., of Jerome Street, and Eric Campbell, of Suggs Road, reported on Wednesday that someone had stolen two scooters valued at $650, according to a police report.

n Vandalism

LUMBERTON — Joanna Powell, of Walnut Street, reported on Wednesday that someone broke the passenger window of a truck belonging to her husband, Marvin Powell, according to a police report. Damage to the window is estimated at $500.

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

Michael Dwayne Walker, of Seventh Street Road, Lumberton; and Ruth Jones Moreno, of Papas Drive, Maxton.