Crime report

First Posted: 6/9/2014

Thefts

Thomas Ray Lee, of Hardin Road, Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone broke into his car and stole an Apple iPod valued at $200 and two phone chargers valued at $30 each, according to a police report.

Rochelle Chatman, on Pinecrest Drive, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone stole her black Chrysler Town & Country van valued at $2,500, according to a police report.

Helen Hendren, of East 12th Street, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone broke into her house, causing $500 in damage to the door, and stole an XBox gaming console valued at $400 and a 32-inch RCA television valued at $00, according to a police report.

Willie Clark reported Friday that a $30 bottle of cologne was stolen from Belk in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Dorothy McNair, of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone stole her blue 2006 Dodge Caravan, valued at $4,000, from Southeastern Regional Medical Center, according to a police report.

Gustab Landesman, of Harper’s Ferry Road, Maxton, reported Friday that his $200 iPhone was stolen from the Robeson County Public Library on Chestnut Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Tiffany Lindsey, of East Seventh Street, Lumberton, reported Friday that someone stole her $5 wallet and $55 in bank and identification cards, according to a police report.

Stanley Calvin reported Friday that someone stole five wood pallets valued at $5 each from Reddy Ice on Elizabethtown Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Chelsie Patrick, of East South Railroad Street, Clarkton, reported Friday that her $600 iPhone S with a pink case was stolen at Walmart on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Tracey Townsend reported Friday that someone stole $9.78 in cleaning supplies from Wilco Hess on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Megan Renee Powell, of Midway Drive, Whiteville, reported Friday that her $5,000 white Dodge Ram was stolen from Ace Wrecker Service on East Fifth Street in Lumberton during a break-in that caused $2,000 in damage, according to a police report.

Regan Asayseus, of Bradford Street, Lumberton, reported Thursday that someone stole his $50 bicycle, according to a police report.

James Walker Shaw, of Henny Lane, Springs Grove, Pa., reported Friday that his 6-by-16 black trailer, valued at $1,600, was stolen at Country Inn and Suites on Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Shannon Smith reported Friday that $420 in hair extensions were stolen from For U Beauty on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Gregory Matthews, of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone broke into his house and stole a PlayStation 4 gaming console, valued at $2,240; $230 worth of electronics; a $50 computer bag; $300 worth of DVDs; and $150 worth of clothing, according to a police report.

Robert Johnston, of Ausband Drive, McDonough, Ga., reported Monday that someone broke into his car at Comfort Suites on Wintergreen Drive, Lumberton, and stole $6,000 worth of hearing aids, a $125 camera and a $20 leather case, according to a police report.

Vandalism

Deldrick Small, of Cheryl Drive, Lumberton, reported Sunday that someone broke a window on his house, causing $200 in damage, according to a police report.

Annie Chavis Locklear, of Vintage Drive, Shannon, reported Sunday that someone broke a window on her car on East Ninth Street in Lumberton, causing $150 in damage, according to a police report.

Charles Mitchuson reported Sunday that someone broke the windows on seven cars at Partners Auto Sales on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, causing $1,350 in damage, according to a police report.

Sam Davis reported Sunday that $150 in damage was done to a building on Branch Street in Lumberton during a break-in, according to a police report.

Aretha Davis and Charlene Jones, both of High Street, Lumberton, reported Friday that someone knocked over their mailboxes, causing $10 in damage to each, according to a police report.

Jerry Nobles reported Friday that someone broke three windows at Lumberton Dye and Finishing on East First Street, causing $450 in damage, according to a police report.

James Faulkner reported Sunday that $1,100 in damage was done to a power box, a door, a window and wiring at Janie Hargrave Elementary School on Hargrave Street, Lumberton, during a break-in, according to a police report.

Danielle Arnette reported Monday that $300 in damage was done to a window at Minuteman on East Fifth Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Officer Cody Blount reported Monday that $200 in damage was done to a window at Soap City on Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Break-ins

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

Town of Proctorville, on Fire Tower Road, Orrum; Keera Scott, of Doman Drive, Maxton; Rosalind Jacobs, of Ronald Boulevard, Lumberton; Stanley Milton Barnes, of Tolarsville Road, St. Pauls; William Horne, of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Lumberton; Janice Skiptworth Hardin, of Chapelwood Circle, Pembroke; Ashley McEachin, of Deep Branch Road, Maxton; Augustine Vendetti, of N.C. 20 West, Lumber Bridge; Charlene Oxendine, of Odum Road, Lumberton; Jay’s Mini Mart, on N.C. 71, Shannon; Ricardo Hernandez, of Hendren’s Pond Drive, Lumberton; Nicole Robinson, of Derby Lane, Partkon; and Alamac Grocery, on Alamac Road, Lumberton