By: From local law enforcement

Break-in

WAGRAM— A resident of Horseshoe Road reported to the sheriff’s office Tuesday that unknown persons had broken into the residence and stole several items. The items included an air-conditioning unit, a heating furnace, a stove and a refrigerator totaling $5,400.

LAURINBURG — A representative of Galilee United Methodist Church reported to the police department on Tuesday there was damage to an interior door frame. There was no damage to the exterior door and nothing was reported missing.

LAURINBURG — The owner of a rental property on Old Lumberton Road reported to the police department on Tuesday that unknown persons had broken into the empty rental. The suspect caused $300 of damage to a window and stole a water heater valued at $150.

Counterfeit

LAURINBURG — Taco Bell employees reported to the police department on Tuesday that someone had tried to use two counterfeit $20 bills at the drive-through. The only description given was a grey or black four-door vehicle.

Fraud

LAURINBURG — Scotland Memorial Hospital officials reported to the police department on Tuesday that two females came into the pediatric ward complaining of contractions. The nurses told one woman to go to the emergency room and sign in. The woman did so using the other woman’s name and when she was tested it turned out she wasn’t pregnant. Nurses were unable to locate her and the second woman had no idea her name was being used. The incident is under investigation.

Vandalism

LAURINBURG — A resident of Crestline Road reported to the sheriff’s office Tuesday that someone had thrown a rock through her window.

Arrests

LAURINBURG — Howard Lamont McNair, 40, of McGirts Bridge Road was given a criminal summons Tuesday for assault on a government official.

LAURINBURG —Sheila D. Baldwin, 45, of Sally McNair Road was arrested Tuesday for simple assault. She wasn’t given a bond.

LAURINBURG — DeAngelo Cummings, 29, of Elliot Drive was arrested Tuesday for a failure to appear and order for arrest. He was given a $100 bond.

LAURINBURG — Taquella Tyson, 28, of Beta Street was arrested Tuesday after a fraud investigation. She was charged with five counts of financial card theft, five counts of obtaining property by false pretense, two counts of attempted obtaining property by false pretense, seven counts of identity theft, seven counts of misdemeanor financial card fraud, and misdemeanor larceny. She was given a $50,000 bond.

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From local law enforcement