Crime report

By: Staff report

Break in

LAURINBURG – A Laurinburg man reported to police on Tuesday that someone broke into his 2012 Ford Festiva while it was parked at Walmart and stole a cell phone valued at $59.

LAURINBURG – A resident of Nichols Street reported to police on Tuesday that someone attempted to kick in her door leaving $250 in damages.

GIBSON – A resident of Livingston Road reported to the sheriff’s office on Tuesday that someone entered his garage and took a table saw, gas powered trim gun, saw, concrete trowels, and a wheelbarrow for a total value of $1,900.

Larceny

LAURINBURG – A resident of Washington Avenue reported to police on Tuesday that someone stole jewelry, a weed eater, a camera and bag, hedge clippers and bicycle total value $1,500.

LAURINBURG – McQuage Auto Rental on South Main Street reported to police on Tuesday that someone stole a white four-door 2011 Chevrolet Impala valued at $4,000 from the lot.

Fraud

LAURINBURG – Loss prevention officers from Walmart reported to police on Tuesday that a woman entered the store stole merchandise and returned it to customer service in exchange for a gift card. Police are investigating and do have a person of interest.

Recovered property

LAURINBURG – Police have recovered a car reported stolen from Hickory on Tuesday. An officer checked the registration of a 2003 Pontiac Vibe valued at $3,500 that had been parked at Walmart and found that it had been stolen from Speedway Motors Newton.

Arrests

LAURINBURG – Police answered a call for unauthorized use of a vehicle at a residence on Willow Drive Tuesday. Davielle Johnson, 30, of McColl told officers that her boyfriend had taken her car without her permission. Police said they discovered that Johnson had outstanding warrants for fraud and forgery in Cumberland County. Johnson was taken into custody and given a $10,000 bond.

LAUREL HILL – Glenn Eric Pittman, 24, of Blue Bird Lane, was arrested on one misdemeanor count of assault on a female and given a $1,000 secured bond, according to the sheriff’s office.

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Staff report