Crime report


Shots fired

LAURINBURG — A Wagram man is wanted by police for allegedly shooting at an occupied vehicle on X-Way Road, according to a police report.

Around 9 p.m. on Monday, 17-year-old Andrew Herring and 16-year-old Terry Bell, Jr. were driving on X-Way Road near Lytch Drive when they heard three gunshots. Upon later investigation they discovered that their vehicle had been hit near the registration plate, on the driver’s side fender, and in a tire.

Police are seeking Donald Ray Williams of 25104 Hillcreek Road for discharging a weapon at an occupied vehicle, discharging a weapon into an enclosure to incite fear, and discharging a weapon in the city limits.

Vehicle chase

LAURINBURG — Roosevelt Robinson, 27, of Raeford was arrested on Sunday after leading authorities on a chase down Blues Farm Road exceeding 100 mph.

According to police, Robinson turned onto Blues Farm Road around 2:45 a.m. to avoid a license checkpoint on U.S. 401. The chase ended when Robinson drove across X-Way Road into a field. Robinson was charged with driving 100 mph in a 45 zone, careless and reckless driving, driving while license revoked, and felonious speeding to elude arrest.

He was placed under a $4,000 secured bond and his vehicle was seized in accordance with state law.

Assault

LAURINBURG — An employee of Washington Park Convenience Store on East Vance Street was severely injured in a Friday assault, according to a police report. The employee, 27-year-old Abdulaziz Alseraiha, was transported to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte for head injuries after he was assaulted in the store parking lot, but was later released.

Break-ins

LAURINBURG —A resident of Warren Avenue reported a breaking and entering and larceny on Sunday, according to a police report. A pair of men broke into the home through the rear door around 7 p.m. and stole 80 suboxone strips, 15 doses of Xanax, cell phones, and a debit card. Both residents were at home, but neither were injured.

LAURINBURG — A resident of Highland Drive reported that someone broke into the home on Saturday, according to a police report. A Toshiba laptop and five firearms were reported stolen.

LAURINBURG — A break-in was reported to a vehicle on Huntington Drive on Saturday, according to a police report. A pair of 12-inch subwoofers was reported stolen.

LAURINBURG — Home Credit Corporation on U.S. 401 Bypass reported a break-in on Monday, according to a police report.

LAURINBURG — A break-in was reported to a vehicle on East Church Street on Monday, according to a police report. A handbag, debit card, checkbook, and Social Security card were reported stolen.

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