Robeson County crime report


Latisha Jackson, of McBridge Road, Red Springs, reported Sunday that her $300 iPhone and $5 phone case were stolen at Nails 910 on North Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Jonathan Smith, of Willis Avenue, Lumberton, reported Sunday that $1,150 worth of items, including a compound bow, bow case, back pack, tools and a cooler, were stolen from his driveway, according to a police report.

Voyles Ray, of Salem, Indiana, reported Sunday that a $6,000 dump trailer belonging to American Contracting Services was stolen on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Alawdi Mansoor reported Monday that someone broke into FM Tobacco and Vapor on Elizabethtown Road in Lumberton, causing an unknown amount of damage to the door, windows and cash register, and stole $100 in cash and $500 worth of cigarettes, according to a police report.

Maxine Townsend, of Collins Drive, Lumberton, reported Saturday that her $50 purse, containing $3,000 in cash as well as IDs, bank cards and keys, were stolen at Aldi on Fayetteville Road, according to a police report.


Palton and Emma Brooks, of West 34th Street, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone broke into their car, causing $700 in damage to the windows, according to a police report.

Jenifer Walters reported Sunday that someone broke into Sun Do on East Fifth Street, Lumberton, causing $500 in damage, according to a police report.


The following break-ins were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:

Amy Clark, of Aaron Road, Pembroke; Tammy Jones, of Barber Shop Road, Lumberton; James Locklear, of Old Springs Road, Maxton; Derrick Williamson, of N.C. 72 East, Lumberton; Tyonia Thompson, of Karissa Street, Lumberton; Wallace Cox, of N.C. 41 North, Lumberton; Sheila Morris, of Thomas Drive, Lumberton; Linwood Locklear, of Elrod Road, Maxton; Sharon Hicks, of Folks Drive, Red Springs; Written Epistle Church, on Stackhouse Road, Fairmont; Leonard Thomas, of West Carthage Road, Lumberton; McCarter Construction, on N.C. 71 North, Maxton; and William Byrd, of Pampas Grass Road, Fairmont.

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