Aberdeen Police Reports Through Oct 5
The Aberdeen Police Department provided the following information.
Oct. 1: Mollie Samantha Saunders, 24, of Biscoe, trespass and larceny-shoplifting; Yurshea Catrina Stancil, 34, of Aberdeen, contempt of court-perjury, and fraud- worthless checks; Patrick Dewayne Bledsoe, 20, of Lumberton, drug violations.
Oct. 2: Duane Malcolm Jackson, 26, of Carthage, break and enter building and trespassing.
Oct. 3: Eva Murphy Camp, 48, of Southern Pines, larceny-shoplifting, possessing/concealing stolen property and drunk and disruptive; Nico-Lachad Monroe, 21 of Aberdeen, resisting a public officer, speeding; Robert Alan Mackey, 18, of Carthage, underage drinking; Anna Dixon Davis, 19, of Aberdeen, underage drinking; Joshua Andrew Bolton, 20, of Warrenton, under age drinking.
Oct. 4: Thomas Atkins Tuner Jr., 43, of Southern Pines, true bill of indictment, possession of a firearm by a felon; Yolanda Lillie Annie E. Mack, 27, of Aberdeen, injury to real property; Herschel Vincent Goodman, 33, of Pinebluff, drug possession.
Oct. 2: Male, 56, reported a known subject used victim’s Social Security money and bought items.
Oct. 3: Male, 73, reported someone broke the passenger side window on a 2010 Chevy parked in the 200 block of Turner Street; Female, 22, reported a known person stole her identity.
Oct. 4: An employee of Shoe Show, 11109 U.S. 15-501, Suite D, reported someone approached patrons and acted in a lewd manner; An employee of Tuesday Morning, 1375 N. Sandhills Blvd., reported that a known person approached patrons there and at Big Lots, 1377 N. Sandhills Blvd., and acted in a lewd manner; Female, 53, reported someone shot into the victim’s home in the 200 block of Kinloch Way; Female, 54, reported a known subject stole a registration plate from victim’s vehicle in the 700 block of Saunders Boulevard; Officers investigated a report that someone obtained property by false pretense at Food Lion, 1832 N. Sandhills Blvd.
Oct. 5: An employee of Kangaroo Express, 11495 U.S. 15-501, reported two suspects took two cartons of cigarettes from the store without paying for them.
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