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TMCNet:  Richmond County Sheriff's Office - complaints for Jan. 18, 2013

[January 18, 2013]

Richmond County Sheriff's Office - complaints for Jan. 18, 2013

Jan 18, 2013 (Richmond County Daily Journal - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- Recent incident reports from the Richmond County Sheriff's Office include: --Breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering was reported at a residence on Mill Road.


--Assault was reported at the intersection of Mizpah Road and Airport Road.

--Larceny of medicine was reported at a residence on Safie 2nd Street.

--A vehicle fire was reported on Fourth Street in Ellerbe.

--Communicating threats was reported at a residence on Spring Street.

--Assault was reported at a residence on Baltimore Drive in Hamlet.

--Larceny was reported on Boyd Lake Road.

--Domestic dispute was reported at a residence on McGee Road.

--A domestic, assault on a female, and communicating threats was reported at a residence on Crawford Road in Ellerbe.

--Damage to property was reported at a residence on Raven Hill Drive in Cordova.

--Breaking and entering of motor vehicle was reported at a residence on Leader Lane in Hoffman.

--Breaking and entering was reported at a residence on North School Street.

--First degree burglary, larceny after burglary, and assault on a female was reported at a residence on Ghio Road.

--Injury to personal property was reported at Richmond Village on Green Street.

--Larceny of tires and rims was reported on Highway U.S. 1 South near Hamer Mill Road.

--Assault was reported on Highway U.S. 1 South.

--Breaking and entering and larceny was reported at a residence on Wiregrass Road.

--Discharging weapon in an occupied vehicle and damage to property was reported on Collins Church Road.

--Assault was reported at a residence on McGee Road.

--Damage to real property and communicating threats was reported at a residence on Jay Drive in Hamlet.

--Assault with deadly weapon inflicting serious injury was reported at a residence on Old Gibson Road.

--Larceny was reported at a residence on Wilson Street.

--Trespassing was reported at a building on Airport Road.

--Break and entering at a residence was report on Highway 220 North in Ellerbe.

--Larceny was reported at a residence on Sandhill Road.

--Larceny and breaking and entering was reported at a residence on Creek Run Lane.

--Breaking and entering was reported at a residence on Charles McDonald Road.

--Breaking and entering and larceny was reported at a residence on Center Street in Cordova.

--Assault inflicting serious injury was reported at a residence on Ledbetter Road.

--Larceny was reported at a business on Highway U.S. 1 North.

--Larceny and damage to property was reported at a residence on North Eagle Lane in Ellerbe.

--Assault was reported at a residence on Pineleigh Avenue.

--Larceny was reported at a residence on Knight Street in Hoffman.

--Common law robbery was reported at a business at Heena Corner.

--Larceny of a gun and larceny was reported at a residence on Carlisle Drive.

--Assault on a female and larceny was reported at a residence on NC Highway 381 in Hamlet.

--First degree rape, first degree kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon was reported at a residence on Calvert Street.

--Breaking and entering and larceny of motor vehicles at a residence on Starling Drive in Hoffman.

--Breaking and entering and larceny of motor vehicle was reported at a location on Bowen Street in Hoffman.

--Attempted breaking and entering and injury to real property was reported at a business on Yates Hill Road.

--Domestic argument was reported at a residence on Battley Dairy Road.

--Larceny was reported on U.S. Highway 1 North.

--Breaking and Entering and Larceny was reported at a residence on First Street in Cordova.

--Larceny of pine straw and larceny was reported on Hoot N Holler Road in Hamlet.

--Breaking and entering of motor vehicle and larceny of a firearm at a residence on Plum Lane in Hamlet.

--Violation of domestic violence order was reported at a residence on Pine Street in Hamlet.

--Breaking and entering and damage to property was reported at a residence on Wiregrass Road.

--Domestic dispute was reporting at a residence on Needle Lane.

--Breaking and entering and larceny of firearm was reported at a residence on Azalea Lane in Ellerbe.

--Breaking and entering and damage to property was reported at a residence on School Street.

--Stolen vehicle and larceny was reported at a residence on Harrington Road.

--Lost weapon was reported at a business on Sportsmans Drive in Hamlet.

--Larceny was reported at a business on Airport Road.

--Larceny was reported at a residence on Ratliff Road.

--Injury to personal property was reported at a residence on Spivey Street.

--Larceny was reported at a residence on Ledbetter Street.

--Communicating threats and harassing phone calls was reported at a residence on Perneal Drive.

--Shooting into an occupied dwelling was reported at a residence on Mizpah Road.

--Trespassing was reported at a residence on Jimmy Moore Lane in Hoffman.

--Larceny was reported on Mill Road.

--Assault of a female, assault by pointing a gun, and communicating threats was reported at a residence on Robinson Drive.

--Breaking and entering of building and larceny after breaking and entering was reported at a residence on Ellerbe Grover Church Road.

--Unauthorized use of motor vehicle was reported at a residence on Hickory Street.

--Breaking and entering and larceny was reported at a business on Sandy Lane in Hamlet.

--Communicating threats was reported at a residence on Bullard Street.

--Disturbance was reported at a residence on Dakota Drive.

--Domestic was reported at a residence on Luther Street.

--Domestic disturbance was reported at a residence on Philadelphia Drive.

--Sexual assault was reported at a business in Ellerbe.

--A domestic violence protective order was served and reported at a residence on Dogwood Lane in Ellerbe.

Incident reports published in the Richmond County Daily Journal are copied from local law enforcement records.People charged are presumed innocent until determined to be guilty by a court of law.

___ (c)2013 the Richmond County Daily Journal (Rockingham, N.C.) Visit the Richmond County Daily Journal (Rockingham, N.C.) at www.yourdailyjournal.com Distributed by MCT Information Services

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