March 22, 2008
– Larry Southerland, of Franklin Fencing, reported that someone broke into their business and stole three truck batteries ($230), miscellaneous tools, chain link fence, and conduit pipe.
– Alonzo White reported that someone went into his secured locker at the YMCA and took money from is wallet.
– Rebecca Mason reported that somebody scratched her vehicle while it was parked at a residence on Pinkston Street.
– Plummer Johnson reported that someone stole the registration plate from his vehicle while it was parked at a residence on Hamilton Street.
– James Copley reported that someone went into his secured locker at the YMCA and took money from his wallet.
– Shannon Bandurant, of Advance Auto Parts, reported that someone stole a Quicksilver Rocker Pin Stripe kit valued at $16.95.
– Denise Davis reported that someone stole the registration plate off her vehicle while it was parked in the parking lot of 380 N. Cooper Drive.
– Curtis Glenn Davis reported someone stole a BMX dirt bike valued at $90 from a residence on East Avenue.
– Sharon Bryant of Tyme Transportation, reported that someone broke the front plate glass window of the business on Nicholas Street valued at $200. She also reported that the business next to her (Beauty Nook Saloon) also had the plate glass window broken out ($200).
– William Bullock reported that someone shot him twice in the leg while he was on Clark Street near E. Andrews Avenue.
March 23, 2008
– Kenneth Hargrove and Bryan Walker reported that someone assaulted them while they were on Chestnut Street.
– Louis Wheeling reported that someone assaulted him while he was on Orange Street.
– Horace Hicks reported that someone threw a rock through a window on his door. The 15”X6” window pane was valued at $25.
– Essami A. Al-Bori, of Gate City Foods, reported that someone passed a $50 counterfeit bill.
– Quentin Tuck reported that someone hit him in the face with a beer bottle while he was at the America’s Best Bet Inn on Parham Road.
– Maye H. Chek reported that someone broke in her house on Pinkston Street and stole a desk top computer ($1,000) and a video game console and controller ($400).
– Chimere Hopkins reported that someone pointed a weapon at her near the intersection of Raleigh Road and Dorsey Avenue.
– Emanuel Williams reported that someone broke in his house on High Street and caused $80 damage to the wood door frame. No item were reported missing.
– Dwayne Davis reported that someone broke in his house on Montgomery Street and stole a Highpoint handgun valued at $145 dollars.
– Henrietta Durham reported that someone took her Highpoint handgun ($180) without permission and threatened her with bodily harm.
– Maquita Blue reported that someone assaulted Stephen Ragland, causing serious injuries. Mr. Ragland’s prescription glasses were also damaged.
– William Bumpers, of Wal-Mart, reported that someone called in a bomb threat to the store.