Crime Notes

December 9, 2013 

Sheriff’s Office

•  Jimmy Rashawn Raiford, 24, of 802 Martin St., Smithfield, was arrested Dec. 5 and charged with selling cocaine.

•  On Dec. 5, someone broke into a home on Carrington Drive in the Cleveland community and stole $3,530 in property, including a Masonic ring, diamond ring and tablet computer.

•  Joshua Blair Kearns, 18, of 149 Allie Drive, Garner, was arrested Dec. 2 and charged with performing a harmful act against a minor and cyberstalking.

•  Aviva Lashauna Mclean, 34, of 145 Buckhorn Drive, Middlesex, was arrested Dec. 2 and charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

•  On Dec. 2, deputies responded to a break-in at a home on Lee-Johnson Road south of Benson. A thief stole $3,800 in property, including a wood stove, refrigerator, typewriter and drill press.

•  On Dec. 2, deputies responded to a larceny from open land on Allen’s Crossroads near Four Oaks. A thief stole $8,950 in property, including a dump trailer, a church bell and a riding mower.

•  On Dec. 2, deputies responded to a larceny from a vehicle in a parking lot on Darryl Drive near Four Oaks. The thief stole $2,342 in property, including leather head rests, a touch screen DVD player and a camera.

•  On Dec. 2, someone stole a 2005 silver Nissan Altima valued at $6,000 from Battlefield Drive near Newton Grove.

•  On Dec. 2, someone broke into a home on Massey-Holt Road, Princeton, and stole $1,255 in property, including a semiautomatic pistol, a handgun and rifle.

•  On Dec. 1, someone broke into a home on N.C. 39, Selma, and stole $1,920 in property, including two TVs, an iPod and two DVD players.

•  On Dec. 1, someone broke into a home on N.C. 96, Selma, and stole $2,949 in property, including a laptop computer and two flat-screen TVs.

•  On Nov. 30, deputies responded to a larceny at a home on U.S. 70 Business west of Smithfield. Someone stole $14,500 in jewelry.

•  On Nov. 29, someone broke into a home on Woodard’s Dairy Road, Middlesex, and stole $3,875 in property, including a diamond ring with blue sapphire, earrings and other jewelry.

• On Nov. 29, deputies responded to a break-in at a home on US 70 Business Highway East in Smithfield where someone stole $15,600 in property, including two drum sets, a bass amp and 32 porcelain dolls.

•  Derrick Deshon Davis, 26, of 161 Core Road, Kenly, was arrested Nov. 27 and charged with making harassing phone calls and cyberstalking.

Smithfield Police

•  On Dec. 5, someone burgled a home on East Street in Smithfield and stole $2,300 in property, including jewelry.

•  On Dec. 4, police responded to a burglary and vandalism at Smithfield-Selma High School. Someone caused $2,000 in damage to the baseball field announcer’s box and stole an $800 radar gun.

•  On Dec. 3, someone committed a robbery near Blount and Martin streets and stole $10 in cash.

•  Michael Quanmine Bizzell, 21, of 408 Caswell St., Smithfield, was arrested Dec. 2 and charged with possessing cocaine and carrying a concealed weapon.

•  Mario Morales-Medellion, 32, of 790 Ileagnes Road, Raleigh, was arrested Dec. 1 and charged with driving while impaired and child abuse.

•  Erica Lee Ware Yankee, 31, of 913 Hobbs St., Clayton, was arrested Dec. 1 and charged with child abuse and misdemeanor larceny.

•  William Joseph Yankee, 28, of 913 Hobbs St., Clayton, was arrested Dec. 1 and charged with child abuse and misdemeanor larceny.

•  On Nov. 30, deputies responded to an aggravated assault and burglary with a knife at a home on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.

•  On Nov. 29, someone with a handgun robbed the Murphy Express on North Bright Leaf Boulevard and stole about $138 in cash.

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