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Arrests


MAXTON — Robert Seals, 43, of 2927 Red Hill Road was arrested Sunday at Dollar General for the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, according to a sheriff’s report.


LAUREL HILL — Henry Smith, 45, of 9109 Dawson St. was arrested Monday for injury to personal property, according to a sheriff’s report. He was held under a $300 bond.


LAUREL HILL — Ronald McNair, 42, of 1417 Hickory St. was arrested on Friday for a probation violation, according to a sheriff’s report. He was held under a $5,000 bond.


LAURINBURG — Ervin Dixon, 44, of 9221 Price St. was arrested on Sunday for failure to appear in court, according to a sheriff’s report. He was held under a $512 bond.


Theft


LAURINBURG — Latifah McFayden of Gamble Street reported an attempted burglary at her residence on Sunday, according to a police report. Nothing was reported stolen or damaged.


LAURINBURG — Henry Carmichael reported Sunday that someone stole a flat bed trailer in the old Winn-Dixie parking lot on 401 Bypass/West Boulevard, according to a police report.


LAURINBURG — Laura Wynn of Pearsall Road in Red Springs reported on Sunday that someone stole copper wire and wiring from a heating/air conditioning unit from a building at 112 Second St., according to a police report.


LAURINBURG — Collin Moody of Maxton reported on Sunday that he parked his vehicle at a Waffle House on Scotland Crossing Drive and someone broke into his car and stole the stereo, according to a police report. The stereo is worth about $100 and $30 worth of damage was done to the console of his vehicle.


LAURINBURG — Susan Messer reported on Saturday that someone stole $235 worth of Food Lion gift cards from an office at the Church of Nazarene on South Turnpike Road, according to a police report.


LAURINBURG — Earl McLean Jr. of Salley McNair Road reported Saturday that someone robbed him on Biggs Street, according to a police report. A black male wearing a blue jean jacket and white cap had a gun on him and stole $200 from McLean.


Break-ins


LAURINBURG — The Mystik Ink Tattoo on South Main Street reported on Sunday that someone broke into the business and stole a computer, television, Xbox and tattoo equipment, according to a police report. The stolen items are valued at $4,200.


LAURINBURG — An employee of Scotland County Parks and Recreation reported a larceny and breaking and entering on Sunday at the Morgan Recreation Complex, according to a police report. A 15-year-old boy broke a window and ate $300 worth of food, according to a police report.


LAURINBURG — John Speller of McGirts Bridge Road reported oSunday that someone broke into a storage building and took an assortment of household goods, according to a police report.


LAURINBURG — Danielle Williams of Beta Street reported Saturday that someone broke into her residence and stole a television, computer, gaming console and video games and damaged her window pane, according to a police report. The stolen items are valued at $1,100.


LAURINBURG — Jessica White of Second Street reported Saturday that someone broke into her residence and stole a living room set, air conditioning unit, television, microwave, two fans, assorted candles and two mirrors, according to a police report. The stolen items are valued at $3,600.


LAURINBURG — Lorelei Dean of Hammond Drive reported Saturday that someone broke into her residence and took assorted medication, an Internet tablet, headboard to a bed, computer and condoms, according to a police report. The stolen items were valued at $900.


LAURINBURG — Osmar Kelly of Hammond Drive reported Friday that someone broke into the residence and stole a PlayStation and damaged a statue, according to a police report.


LAURINBURG — Henry Elliott of Roosevelt Street reported that someone damaged the door frame of his residence on Saturday, according to a police report. It is unknown whether anything was taken at this time.


Vandalism


LAURINBURG — Tyesha Leggett of Carver Street reported that someone broke a window at her residence Sunday, according to a police report. The estimated cost of damages done to the window was $20.


LAURINBURG — Charles McDonald reported a vandalism Sunday on Cypress Street, according to a police report. Someone spray-painted the exterior siding of a residence.

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