Robesonian

Crime report

Andrew Burns reported to the Lumberton Police Department that a Glock 42 with a laser sight was stolen from a business on West Great Marsh Church Road in St. Pauls. The estimated value of the handgun was not listed on the report.

Edgar Ruiz reported to the Lumberton Police Department that someone robbed him at gunpoint, punched him and stole his smartphone while he was on Elizabethtown Road. The estimated value of the phone was not listed on the report.

An employee of the Minuteman convenience store on Roberts Avenue reported to the Lumberton Police Department that someone stole two cartons of cigarettes and a bottle of beer from the business. The estimated value of the stolen items was $107.

An employee of the Walmart on Elizabethtown Road reported to the Lumberton Police Department that someone stole 130 candy bars and eight energy drinks from the store. The estimated value of the stolen items was $171.

An employee of K-Land Tire & Service reported to the Lumberton Police Department that a 2002 burgundy Nissan Quest was stolen from the business on Elizabethtown Road. The estimated value of the van was $5,000.

The following incidents of breaking and entering were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:

Nathan Sanderson, Gardenia Drive, Lumberton; Mary McMillian, Sugar Drive, St. Pauls; Aaron Cumming-Hibble, U.S. 74 West, Lumberton; Elaine Nace, East Great Marsh Church Road, St. Pauls; Kenneth Smith, Norment Road, Lumberton; Tony Jacobs, Little Rod Road, Lumberton; Amanda Tatterson, N.C. 72 East, Lumberton; Peggy Jacobs, N.C. 20 East, St. Pauls; and Jerry Bullard, Eddie Road, Pembroke.

The following incidents of larceny were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:

Purdy Enterprises, Corner Oaks Drive, St. Pauls; Carl Bryant, Farm Road, Pembroke; Joseph Kotter, South Elizabeth Road, St. Pauls; Amy Tomlinson, N.C. 72 West/Pine Log Road, Lumberton; Family Dollar, Norment Road, Lumberton; and Jeffery Carter, N.C. 41 North, Lumberton.

The following incidents of larceny of a firearm were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’sOffice:

Joseph Hardin, Old Allenton Road, Lumberton; and Cheyenne Oxendine, Whistling Rufus Road, Pembroke.

Kelvin Chavis reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office that he was the victim of an assault with a deadly weapon while on Humble Drive in Maxton.