Officers are investigating a suspicious home fire, according to a police report.
The property, located on 151 Hickory Street, was an abandoned mobile home, according to the report.
The report said that electricity was not running to the home and it is uncertain what caused the fire. Fire officials told officers the fire appears to have begun under the home near the kitchen.
The report listed the value of the home at $15,000.
No one was injured in the fire.
Man charged with drug equipment
A Lumberton man was in custody after deputies found digital scales and cash on his person, according to a sheriff's report.
James Lewis Campbell, Jr. 37, of Cherokee Street, was arrested on Sierra Street in Laurinburg. He is charged with possession of drug equipment, the report said.
Campbell is in Scotland County jail under a $25,000 secured bond, the report said.
According to DOC records, Campbell has spent two years in prison on drug charges. He has been convicted of 15 drug charges, all in Scotland County.
Drug suspect charged
A 27-year old Maxton man is accused of skipping court, according to a Robeson County sheriff's report.
Nathaniel Ray Locklear, of Fairley Road, was arrested and charged with failure to appear in court, according to the report.
Locklear was charged in April 2007 with possession with the intent to sell and deliver marijuana, felony possession of cocaine and trafficking in opium/heroin. The report said he was taken to the Robeson County jail and placed under a $30,000 bond.
Someone broke into a Chardonay Drive home in Maxton and stole a 50-inch television and jewelry.
According to the report, Eileen F. Rankin, 26, told deputies that she returned home at about 7:20 p.m. and found a back door pried open and the items missing.
The report listed the items' value at about $3,000.