LAURINBURG — Rodriques McRae, 31, of 1214 North Main St., was arrested at a traffic stop on Friday for warrants of obtaining property by false pretenses and larceny of a motor vehicle, according to a police report. He was held under a $5,000 bond.
LAURINBURG — Jeffery Amerson, 24, of 2511 East Main St. in Durham, was arrested Friday for having a warrant for larceny and probation violations from another county and later charged with resisting arrest from the Laurinburg Police Department when officers had to pursue him on foot on Washington Street, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — Lindsay McPherson, 28, of 505 Butler Street was arrested for an outstanding warrant for trespassing after an officer pulled her over on U.S. 401 and discovered she was driving without a license , according to a police report. She was held under a $100 bond.
LAURINBURG — Aaron Blake Smith, 23, and Jonnie Revels, 24, of 410 Maple St. were arrested on Saturday and charged with larceny at Walmart, according to a police report. Smith was held under a $2,500 secured bond and Revels was held under a $1,500 bond.
LAURINBURG — Keyoka Douglas, 24, of 18760 Salley McNair Road received an order for arrest on Monday and held under a $100 bond, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — Stephen Locklear, 25, of 17520 Gulfport Road received an order for his arrest on Sunday in reference to disorderly conduct and first degree trespassing, according to a sheriff’s report. He was held under a $4,000 bond.
LAURINBURG — Ariel Hunt, 22, of 17520 Gulfport Road received an order for arrest on Sunday for failure to appear in court and was held under a $400 bond, according to a sheriff’s report.
LAURINBURG – William Hasty, 62, of Milton Street received a citation Friday for simple possession, according to a sheriff’s report. He was charged with possession of schedule four, marijuana from the Scotland County Sheriff’s Office and alcohol permit violations from the Alcohol Law Enforcement under the supervision of Scotland County Sheriff’s Office authorities. Officers seized about $175 worth of alcoholic beverages that he was selling illegally and less than one half ounce of marijuana from his residence. His court date has been set for February.
LAURINBURG — Safeway Motors, at North Main Street, reported Friday that someone forced their way inside the building, damaging an exhaust fan in order to gain entry, and stole keys to a vehicle and the keys to the gate of the business, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — Brenda Gay of Blues Farm Road reported on Friday that someone kicked in the door to her home, causing damage to the exterior door and frame, and took a television valued at about $900, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — James Price of East Vance Street reported Friday that someone damaged the front door window pane and broke into his residence but didn’t take anything, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — John and Linda Troutman of Sycamore Lane reported Saturday that someone entered her 2005 Toyota and stole the vehicle that had a spare key inside and entered John’s silver 2013 Nissan and stole a Fuji camera valued at $270, according to a police report. The Toyota is valued at about $6,000 and was recovered within the same day. A highway trooper found the damaged vehicle on McQueen Road after it was involved in an accident but the driver had left prior to the trooper’s arrival. The investigation for the case is still ongoing.
LAURINBURG — Helping Hands Learning Academy, at McKay Street, reported on Saturday that someone stole a compact computer valued at about $500 and a utility trailer that was outside on the business’ property valued around $300, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — Billie Austin of Anne Street reported that someone broke into his home and stole a television valued at $1,300 and caused about $50 worth of damages to a window, according to a police report.
LAUREL HILL — Old Wire Convenience Store, at Old Wire Road, reported Sunday that someone threw a brick and broke the glass door to the building and stole about $1,728 worth of cigarettes, according to a sheriff’s report. Damages were estimated at $1,000.
LAURINBURG — Ronnie Graves of Oakwood Drive reported Saturday that someone stole a Santa Claus lawn ornament and a Christmas tree yard ornament from his residence, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — William Breeden of Old Lumberton Road reported on Friday that someone threw a brick at his window, causing about $150 worth of damages, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — Farrah Pegues of Willow Drive reported Saturday that someone broke a window to her residence with an unknown object, according to a police report. The estimated cost of damage is $120.
LAURINBURG — Joseph Tyner and Bobby Whitehead of Maplewood Drive reported on Saturday that someone damaged their individual mailboxes and wooden posts, according to a police report.
LAURINBURG — Wanda Johnson of Ross Street and Michael Johnson of Village Drive reported on Sunday that someone fired a shot into a vehicle while they were still inside, according to a sheriff’s report. No one was injured and $300 damage was caused to the back glass window of the vehicle.
LAURINBURG — Richmond Community College, on McLean Street, reported Friday that narcotics were discovered in a classroom at the Honeycutt Center, according to a police report. An officer responded to the school and seized one gram of crack cocaine in a plastic bag and a half gram of powder cocaine that was in a separate small bag. The case is still under investigation.