Aberdeen Police Reports Through Dec. 30
The Aberdeen Police Department provided the following information.
Dec. 17: Jacob Ryan Adams, 20, of Carthage, aggravated possession of marijuana; Jonathan Michael Waddell, 20, of Asheboro, drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Dec. 19: Secoya Shenay Marsh, 22, of Carthage, driving while impaired, driving left of center.
Dec. 21: Gary Spencer Garner, 21, of Carthage, breaking and entering a motor vehicle, larceny from a motor vehicle and possessing/concealing stolen property, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/distrubuted a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Dec. 22: Angela Shiron Bouldin, 39, of Southern Pines, larceny by an employee.
Dec. 23: Clayton Thomas Davidson, 23, of Aberdeen, simple physical assault; James Lander McLeod, 27, of Hoffman, trespassing and resist, delay, obstruct a public officer; Jonathan Vaughn, 34, of Southern Pines, driving while license revoked, aggressive driving, careless and reckless driving; Karen Pegues Haith, 35, of Southern Pines, larceny-shoplifting; Jason Antoine Adamson, 30, of Pinehurst, larceny-shoplifting.
Dec. 24: Michael Nixon Ellis, 60, fraud-attempting to obtain a controlled substance.
Dec. 25: Timothy Aaron McRae, 20, of Hoffman, order for arrest.
Dec. 27: Richard Warren Hilding, 50, of John’s Island, S.C., driving while impaired, speeding and open container; Clayton Thomas Davidson, 23, of Aberdeen, simple physical assault; Regina Lynn Sheffield, 35, of Aberdeen, larceny-shoplifting.
Dec. 28: Karen Jeanne Scarborough, 35, of Raeford, fighting (affray); Mary Ann Leach, 45, of Wagram, fighting (affray).
Dec. 30: Rebecca Kristine Zielinski, 20, of Whispering Pines, driving while impaired, using consuming tax paid liquor; Cole McKay Parris, 20, consuming alcohol under 21.
Dec. 19: Male, 44, reported someone broke into Pinnacle Furnishings, 10570 Highway 211 E, and stole two recreational vehicles, 10 motorcycle tires, four helmets, two chest protectors, 75 riding gloves, 10 hand levers, 17 ball caps, two exhaust pipes, 50 dirt bike racing suits and 17 T-shirts; Female, 58, reported someone took a credit card from her and used it without permission at Wal-Mart, 250 Turner Street; An employee with Wilco-Hess, 1206 N. Sandhills Blvd. reported a subject drove off with a gas nozzle still in the vehicle’s tank.
Dec. 20: A town employee, 52, reported someone damaged 10 electric fence stakes at 301 Lake Park Crossing.
Dec. 21: Male, 63, reported someone stole two heating and air-conditioning units from a commercial office building on Jordan Place; An employee, 44, with Dollar General, 1345 N. Sandhills Blvd, reported someone set fire to cardboard boxes that damaged the store building; Female, 35, reported receiving threatening calls from her ex-husband; Female, 48, of Sante Fe, N.M., reported that someone vandalized her 2000 Toyota while it was parked at the Motel 6, 1408 N. Sandhills Blvd.;
Dec. 22: Female, 53, reported a subject broke into her 2005 Ford SUV and stole her purse, various forms of identification, a checkbook, cash and credit cards.
Dec. 23: Female, 23, reported she was assaulted by a known subject during an incident at her home on Laurendale Court; An employee with Wal-Mart, 250 Turner Street, reported someone stole two vacuum cleaners, a set of dishes, an electric scooter and another scooter; Female, 43, reported someone stole her cell phone while she was at Wal-Mart, 250 Turner Street.
Dec. 24: Female, 45, reported someone attempted to gain entry into her home on Ample Pines Drive by removing a window screen.
Dec. 26: Female, 23, reported a known subject made harassing phone calls to her at her home on Sanborn Street.
Dec. 27: Female, 86, reported someone broke into a home on John McQueen Road and stole assorted coins and costume jewelry.
Dec. 28: An employee with Moore County Schools reported someone broke a lock on a vending machine at Aberdeen Primary, 310 Keyser Street, and stole currency and assorted candy bars and honey buns.
Dec. 29: Male, 59, reported a subject forged and uttered checks at Wood Forest Bank, 250 Turner Street.
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