Crime Notes

November 4, 2013 

Sheriff’s Office

• William Daniel McPherson, 51, of 3774 Caraway Mountain Road, Sophia, was arrested Nov. 1 and charged with felony assault inflicting serious injury.

• Timothy Duran Strickland Jr., 35, of 1201 Jack Road, Clayton, was arrested Nov. 1 and charged with felony assault by strangulation.

• Donnie Ashley Massey, 39, of 118 Crabapple Lane, Wayne County, was arrested Nov. 1 and charged with driving while impaired.

• Charles Justin Simms, 30, of 304 E. Bank St., Petersburg, Va., was arrested Oct. 31 and charged with misdemeanor assault on female.

• Alexis Nicollette Freeman, 19, of 7128 Beamon Court, Wendell, was arrested Oct. 31 on charges including felony possession of cocaine.

• Angel Arreil McMillon, 19, of 3900 Neeley St., Raleigh, was arrested Oct. 31 on charges including felony possession of cocaine.

• Chase Alexander Lewis, 25, of 378 East Gordon Road, Selma, was arrested Oct. 31 on three counts of misdemeanor assault on female.

• Johnathan P Mathis, 37, of 166 Noah Road, Benson, was arrested Oct. 31 on charges including felony larceny of a motor vehicle.

• Conrad Jerome Avent, 41, of 374-B Thorne Road, Selma, was arrested Oct. 30 on charges including violating a domestic violence protection order violation, stalking and making harassing phone calls.

• Nekko Andre Ewell, 21, of 1104 Rains Crossroads Road, Princeton, was arrested Oct. 30 and charged with assault inflicting serious injury and communicating threats.

• On Oct. 28, deputies responded to a breaking and entering at a home on Parrish Road hear Benson. The thief took $1,300 in property, including clothing and children’s toys.

• Gary Jay Benson, 49, of 332 Falls Drive, Clayton, was arrested Oct. 26 and charged with false imprisonment and misdemeanor assault on a female.

• Martin Tocarise Stewart, 27, of 5067 U.S. 301 South, Four Oaks, was arrested Oct. 25 on charges including obtaining property by false pretense.

• On Oct. 25, someone broke into a home on Sullivan Road in Selma and stole about $3,500 in property, including a handgun, ammo, electronic keyboard and TV.

Smithfield Police

• Moriah Lamonica Mangum, 22, of 702-A Martin Luther King Drive was arrested Oct. 31 and charged with cyberstalking, stalking and second-degree trespassing.

• Chris Lamerk Johnson, 36, of 71 Townbridge Drive was arrested Oct. 30 and charged with carrying a concealed gun.

• On Oct. 30, a robbery and aggravated assault occurred at Timberland Outlet on Industrial Park Drive. The robber took $480 in property, including shoes, jeans, jackets, shirts and belts.

• Melissa Dawn Oakley, 28, of 302 Laurel Avenue was arrested Oct. 29 on charges including larceny after breaking and entering.

• Eric Brandon Liles, 24, of 1914 W. Market St. was arrested Oct. 28 and charged with felony larceny of a motor vehicle. On Oct. 30, he was charged with felony breaking and entering.

• Lorenzo Terrence Smith, 29, of 85 Montgomery Heights Road, Selma, was arrested Oct. 27 and charged with driving while impaired and driving while his license was revoked.

• Brian Irving Piedra, 21, of 60 Waber Court was arrested Oct. 26 and charged with driving while impaired.

• Miguel Angel Vasquez Macias, 31, of 295 Jumping Run Road, Dunn, was arrested Oct. 26 on charges including driving while impaired and misdemeanor driving while his license was revoked.

• Jimmy Ray Stevens, 31, of 1565 Grabtown Road was arrested Oct. 26 and charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill.

• Eddie Lee Deyounks Jr., 47, of 6162 Swift Creek Road, Lot 33, was arrested Oct. 26 and charged with driving while impaired and driving while his license was revoked.

• Deldrick Montel Crowell, 23, of 703 S. Magnolia Ave., Dunn, was arrested Oct. 25 on charges including possession with intent to sell or distribute cocaine.

• On Oct. 25, an aggravated assault occurred at a home on South Seventh Street.

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