Crime report for Nov. 20
LAURINBURG — James Seals, 40, of 1219 Sunset Drive was arrested on Monday and served with an order for arrest, according to a police report. He was charged with failure to appear in court, unauthorized use of a motorized vehicle, vandalism and was held under a $3,300 bond.
LAURINBURG — Trey Bethea, 24, of 316 Cleveland St. was arrested on Monday and charged with simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a police report. Officers responded to a call about a fight occurring on Anne Street and when they arrived the fight was over and the suspects were gone. Bethea was standing nearby and the officers could smelled marijuana on him. After a search, they found marijuana on his person and arrested him on the spot.
LAURINBURG — Heather Heglar, 29, of 21521 Airbase Road was served with a warrant, arrested and charged with larceny on Monday, according to a sheriff’s report. She was held under a $2,500 bond.
LAURINBURG — Jamel Smith, 28, of 132 Pleasant Valley Drive in Hamlet received an order for arrest on Monday and charged with a felony for possession of a firearm, according to a sheriff’s report.
LAURINBURG — Tyrus Simmons of Williams Street reported on Monday that his laptop went missing sometime after 11 p.m. after he hosted a party at his house, according to a police report. The laptop is valued at about $1,100.
LAURINBURG — David Dial of East Covington Street reported Monday that someone damaged the lock on his outside storage unit but did not gain entry, according to a police report. The suspect then stole assorted metals on Dial’s storage trailer valued at about $100.
LAURINBURG — Cyber Jolt, at McColl Road, reported on Monday that someone took two heating and air units from the property, according to a sheriff’s report. The heating and air units, together, are valued at about $15,000.
LAURINBURG — First Bank, at 601 South Main St., reported on Monday that someone tried to deposit a counterfeit $20 bill, according to a police report.
WAGRAM — Ashly Berry of Harold Morris Road reported her sister, Tara McGrew, missing on Monday, according to a sheriff’s report. McGrew had not been seen or heard from in a few days.
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