Arrests

LAUREL HILL — Kenneth Ryan Chavis, 25, of Pate Street was arrested on Monday for felonious larceny and resist, delay, or obstruction of an officer, according to a sheriff’s report. Chavis was placed under a $70,000 bond.

WAGRAM — Heather Hegler, 31, of Airbase Road was arrested on Monday for breaking and entering and attempted larceny, according to a sheriff’s report. Hegler was held without bond as she was on probation at the time of the arrest.

LAURINBURG — Centrall Lamar Williams, 24, of 13970 Railroad St., Gibson was arrested on Thursday for first degree trespassing and the larceny of a riding lawn mower, according to a sheriff’s report. Williams was placed under a $750 secured bond.

LAURINBURG — Joshua Grooms, 26, of 17280 Lees Mill Rd., Kurt King, 27, of 10723 S. Turnpike Rd. and Billie Jo Lane, 41, of Old Rockingham Road, Laurel Hill were all arrested on Tuesday in reference to fugitive warrants from the Marlboro County Sheriff’s Office, according to a sheriff’s report. They have been placed under a $25,000 secured bond.

LAURINBURG — Lester Anderson, 50, of Laurinburg was arrested on Wednesday for two counts of felonious breaking and entering and two counts of misdemeanor larceny, according to a police report. Anderson was placed under a $5,000 secured bond.

Break-ins

MAXTON — County Line Grocery on Highway 71 reported that someone broke in through the roof on Saturday morning, according to a sheriff’s report. In addition to damage to the building’s interior and exterior, six smartphones and $629 in cash were reported stolen.

LAURINBURG — A resident of State Line Road reported that a water pump and a water tank were stolen from his yard on Friday, according to a sheriff’s report.

LAUREL HILL — A Pate Street resident reported an assault at his home on Saturday, in which he received a bite to the face, according to a sheriff’s report.

LAUREL HILL — A resident of Hunt Road reported a breaking and entering and larceny on Sunday, according to a sheriff’s report. A Kawasaki dirtbike valued at $4,000 was reported stolen.

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