Pinehurst Police Reports Through Nov. 13
The Pinehurst Police Department supplied the following information.
Oct. 29: Johnathan James Volez, 26, St. Louis, out of state warrants.
Oct. 29: Male, 55, reported he was threatened with physical harm by a subject at the victim’s home on Apawamis Road; Female, 18, reported someone took a video game console and video games from a home on Randolph Court.
Oct. 30: Male, 46, reported someone took a radar detector from his home on Wicker Place; Male, 66, reported someone took a satellite radio receiver from his 2002 Honda that was parked in the 200 block of Oakmont Circle; Female, 42, reported receiving harassing phone calls at her home on Furlong Place.
Oct. 31: Male, 68, reported receiving hate mail at a church on the Village Green; Male, 32, reported someone damaged a mailbox at his home on Spring Lake Drive.
Nov. 6: Female, 66, of Pawleys Island, S.C., reported damage to a car window on a 2004 Toyota that was parked on Community Road; Female, 53, reported someone broke into a storage shed on Medlin Road and stole two lawnmowers.
Nov. 7: Female, 26, reported someone forcibly entered her home on Spring Lake Drive.
Nov. 8: Male, 53, reported someone knocked holes in walls of an unoccupied home on Stoneykirk Drive; Male, 58, reported damage to the bumper of his 2008 Vokswagen while it was parked at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital.
Nov. 9: Male, 64, reported someone entered his 2011 BMW that was parked on S. Catalpa Lane and removed a radar detector.
Nov. 10: Female, 36, reported that someone pulled into her driveway on Vixen Lane and acted suspiciously.
Nov. 11: Male, 35, reported that someone broke into his 2005 Honda while it was parked on Ridgewood Road and stole a GPS; An employee at the Short Stop gas station and convenience store, 345 Beulah Hill Road, reported a subject assaulted another individual while inside the store; Male, 40, reported a subject stole his wallet while he was Pinehurst Outpatient Rehab, 12 Aviemore Drive; Female, 28, reported a rock struck the passenger side window of her 1998 Buick while it was at the railroad crossing near St. Andrews Drive; Males, ages 60 and 70, reported someone entered their vehicles parked on St. Andrews Drive and removed headphones, cash, CDs, a bracelet and a money clip.
Nov. 13: Female, 42, reported that someone illegally dumped yard debris on a vacant lot on Juniper Creek Blvd.; An employee with the Village of Pinehurst reported the theft of a Crystal Court road sign.
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