Aberdeen Police Reports Through Jan. 13
The Aberdeen Police Department provided the following information.
Jan. 8: Cameron Paige Caulk, 23, of West End, larceny from motor vehicle and possessing/concealing stolen merchandise; David Terrell Sinkler, 33, of Whiteville, felony drug possession, felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell or distribute drugs and maintain vehicle or dwelling place for controlled substance.
Jan. 9: Bri’ana Lenecia McNair, 19, of Southern Pines, larceny-shoplifting and possessing/concealing stolen property.
Jan. 10: Joshua Gonzalez, 21, of Aberdeen, shoplifting concealment of goods (order for arrest).
Jan. 12: Peter John Dela Cruz, 40, of Raeford, larceny-shoplifting and escape from custody-resist arrest; Currie Le Chavez, 16, of Seven Lakes, drug possession; Austin William Sample, 18, of Pinehurst, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jan. 7: An employee of Alco, 10870 N.C. 211, reported the passing of a counterfeit bill at the business; Male, 57, reported the theft of a generator and a four-wheeler frame from a home in the 700 block of North Chapin Road; An employee of Walmart, 250 Turner St., reported an unknown subject pushed a buggy filled with merchandise out of the store without paying for the items; Police responded to a home in the 1000 block of Churchill Downs Road, for a kitchen fire caused while someone was cooking.
Jan. 9: An employee of H&H Homes, Fayetteville, reported the theft of copper and the vandalism of concrete from a residence on Lacey Lane; Male, 84, reported the theft of money by false pretense.
Jan. 10: Male, 61, reported the theft of coins and inhaler medications after a break-in at a home in the 700 block of Barnell Drive; Aberdeen; An employee of Tobacco Road Outlet, 1818 N. Sandhills Blvd., reported the theft of four cartons of cigarettes.
Jan. 11: Female, 60, reported another took cash left behind at Dollar General, 1369 N. Sandhills Blvd.; An employee of Southern Landscape Group, 290 Ridgline Road, Aberdeen, reported the theft of lawn care equipment from the business.
Jan. 13: An employees of Best Buy, 11088 U.S. 15-501, reported the theft of six video game controllers.
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