Crime Notes: March 9

March 7, 2014 

Sheriff’s Office

•  Manuel Covarrubias, 33, of 2213 Raintree Drive, Clayton, was arrested Feb. 23 and charged with assault by strangulation.

•  Matthew Patton Hood, 23, of 11268 N.C. 210, Benson, was arrested Feb. 23 and charged while driving while impaired.

•  Terri Lynn Daniels, 24, of 4176 U.S. 70 Business East, Smithfield, was arrested Feb. 22 and charged with assault, assault with a deadly weapon with a minor present and injuring personal property.

•  Justin McCray Whitley, 32, of 157 Buckhorn Drive, Middlesex, was arrested Feb. 21 and charged with assault by strangulation.

•  Reginald Juan Carmichael, 40, of 81 JC Drive, Pine Level, was arrested Feb. 21 and charged with larceny of a motor vehicle.

•  Carlos Jijon-Quinonez, 38, of 106 Nicolet Lane, Smithfield, was arrested Feb. 21 and charged with driving while impaired and driving while his license was revoked.

•  On Feb. 20, deputies responded to a larceny at storage facilities on Country Lane hear Clayton. Someone stole about $6,800 in property, including air handlers, electrical panels and a heat pump.

•  On Feb. 19, deputies responded to a larceny at storage facilities on Kenan Road near Four Oaks. Someone stole $2,900 in property, including wooden wagon wheels, an old mule plow, three lawn mowers and tin.

•  Dennis Dean Benson Jr., 29, of 7553 U.S. 301 South, Four Oaks, was charged Feb. 17 with manufacturing methamphetamine. He had been charged with possession of methamphetamine on Feb. 8.

•  James Larry Avery, 64, of 435 Big Pine Road, Clayton, was arrested Feb. 16 and charged with driving while impaired and possession of a firearm by felon.

•  Carolina Beatriz Argueta, 34, of 610 W. Waddell St., Selma, was arrested Feb. 16 and charged with driving while impaired.

•  Francisco Arrollo Silva, 26, of 2035 Penny Lane, Clayton, was arrested Feb. 15 on six drug-related charges, including trafficking in cocaine by manufacturing.

•  Santos Penaloza Millan, 25, of 512 Park Place, Clayton, was arrested Feb. 15 on five drug-related charges, including trafficking in cocaine by manufacturing.

•  Turia Rose Miller, 34, of 124 Plantation Road, Clayton, was arrested Feb. 15 and charged with driving while impaired and drving left of center.

•  On Feb. 14, deputies respond to a larceny at an open land area on Plain View Church Road near McGee’s Crossroads. Someone stole $15,500 in property, including copper pipe, chicken house motors and chicken house heaters.

•  On Feb. 14, deputies responded to a larceny behind a building on Hidden Acres Drive near Clayton. Someone stole $4,680 in property, including construction scaffolding and steel.

•  Timothy William Strickland, 23, of 414 Jerry Road, Selma, was arrested Feb. 14 and charged with assault inflicting serious injury.

•  Gary Sanders, 44, of 28 S Daisy Drive, Middlesex, was arrested Feb. 14 and charged with assault with a deadly weapon and assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury.

Wilson’s Mills police

Wilson’s Mills police in January issued the following citations and made the following arrests:

Julio Blanco-Mier, driving without a license; Juan Soto-Hernandez, driving while his license was revoked; Edgar Rubio, driving without a license; William Creech, driving while his license was revoked; Benny Joyner, speeding 76 mph in a 55 zone; German Perez Arcos, failure to stop for a red light; Stephanie Mursewick, driving without insurance; Dennis Durham Jr., leaving the scene of an accident involving property damage and failure to stop at a railroad crossing; Gavi Valencia, driving without a license.

Josh Gray, speeding 70 mph in a 55 zone; Brian Plass, driving while his license was revoked; Avery Leonard, driving without registration; Adam Marlow, speeding 54 mph in a 35 zone; Kenneth Green II, failure to wear a seatbelt and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident; Jennifer Bray, failing to stop at a stop sign and driving without registration; Charles Hester, failing to stop at a stop sign; Khalif Carter, possessing marijuana, possessing drug paraphernalia and breaking and entering; Deyquain Sanders, possessing marijuana, possessing drug paraphernalia and breaking and entering.

David Moore, driving while his license was revoked; Naon Castro, possessing an open container of alcohol; Christopher Sanders, driving while his license was revoked and failure to use a child restraint; Rosalinda Beltran, speeding 45 mph in a 35 zone and driving while her license was revoked; Tiare McFadgen, driving while license revoked; Gerell Bogle, driving without insurance; Devonte Brown, speeding 60 mph in a 45 zone;.

Liver Alvarez, driving without a license; Alex Urbano, driving without a license; Jose Barcenas, driving without a license; Racel Halpern, failure to stop at a stop sign; Jeffrey Jones, displaying expired registration, displaying fictitious registration and driving without insurance; Aguliar Mariano, driving without a license; Christopher Leviner, driving while his license was revoked; Karla Cox, driving while her license was revoked; Jesus Marinero, driving without a license.

Smithfield Police

•  On Feb. 25, someone stole $3,500 in tires and rims from Perfect Ride Inc. on North Bright Leaf Boulevard. Damage to vehicles was estimated at $15,000.

•  Kristy Lynn Begley, 23, of 306 S. Main St., Kelford, was arrested Feb. 23 and charged with driving while impaired.

•  On Feb. 23, someone broke into Triangle Premier Women’s Health on North Street and stole a $1,500 flat-screen TV and a $60 lab coat. Damage was estimated at $2,200.

•  Adrian Suarez Perez, 23, of 15 Ideal St., Lot 32, Dunn, was arrested Feb. 22 and charged with driving while impaired and driving without a license.

•  On Feb. 22, an aggravated assault occurred in a parking lot on South Bright Leaf Boulevard.

•  Timothy Sanders Jr., 27, of 3880 N.C. 210, Smithfield, was arrested Feb. 19 and charged with possession with intent to sell or distribute cocaine and carrying a concealed gun.

•  On Feb. 18, an aggravated assault with a knife occurred behind a building on South Bright Leaf Boulevard.

•  On Feb. 18, an aggravated assault occurred on South Fifth Street.

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