Crime Notes: May 14

May 12, 2014 

Sheriff’s Office

•  Juan Rivera Sorto, 41, of 7394 Buffalo Road, Selma, was arrested April 30 and charged with five counts of trafficking in cocaine and conspiring to traffic in cocaine.

•  Adrian Gil Cordova, 36, of 4001 N.C. 96 North, Selma, was arrested April 30 and charged with five counts of trafficking in cocaine, conspiring to traffic in cocaine and possessign drug paraphernalia.

•  Dana Stewart Draper, 64, of 3029 Allenby Drive, Wake County, was arrested April 30 and charged with assaulting a government official and resisting a public officer.

•  Matthew Lee Draper, 28, of 3029 Allenby Drive, Raleigh, was arrested April 30 and charged with assaulting an officer, resisting an officer and injuring real property.

•  On April 30, someone broke into a home on Seafood House Road, Selma, and stole $12,518 in property, including two diamond cluster rings, a wedding band and 10 pocket knives.

•  On April 30, someone stole $5,000 in copper wire from open land on Gilbert Road, Benson. The wire belonged to U.S. Cellular.

•  Larry Alan Thomas, 47, of 2552 Sumter Drive, Garner, was arrested April 29 and charged with resisting an officer and injuring personal property.

•  Anthony Lee Freeman, 42, of 712 E. Sanders St., Four Oaks, was arrested April 28 and charged with five counts of trafficking in opium or heroin.

•  Doris Marie Bridgers, 46, of 513 River Road, Selma, was arrested April 28 and charged with five counts of trafficking in opium or heroin.

•  On April 28, deputies responded to a larceny on South Pleasant-Coates Road, Benson, where someone stole $2,500 in copper from Verizon Wireless.

•  Paul Edwards Morris, 42, of 11549 N.C. 222 West, Middlesex, was arrested April 27 and charged with assault on female and assault on child under 12.

•  Alonso Martinez Gonzales, 28, of 988 Peach Orchard Road, Four Oaks, was arrested April 27 and charged with driving while impaired and driving without a license.

•  Stella Louise Martinez, 63, of 2110 Mamie Road, Benson, was arrested April 27 and charged with assault and injurying personal property.

•  John Harvey Salamoni, 48, of 1842-C County Line Road, Angier, was arrested April 27 and charged with assaulting an officer and resisting an officer.

•  Randy Clinton Hodge, 56, of 15130 N.C. 39, Zebulon, was arrested April 25 and charged with assault with a deadly weapon, burning personal property, first-degree trespassing, interfering with emergency communications and communicating threats.

•  On April 25, someone broke into a home on Country Store Road, Selma, and stole $4,450 in property, including two TVs, a laptop, a bracelet and an iPad.

Smithfield Police

•  Rosalyn Michelle Burns, 30, of 919 West St., Smithfield, was arrested May 1 and charged with assault inflicting serious injury.

•  James Duane Hudson of 2228 Albion Ave., Orlando, Fla., was arrested May 1 and charged with driving while impaired.

•  On May 1, an aggravated assault with a knife happened on West Street in Smithfield.

•  Chris Genelle Boyette, 40, of 3388 S. Bright Leaf Blvd., Smithfield, was arrested April 29 and charged with felony sexual offense with a child and taking indecent liberties with a child.

•  Timothy N. Beatty-Downey, 30, of 749 Warley St., Sumter, S.C., was arrested April 29 and charged with carrying a concealed weapon and possessing marijuana.

•  On April 29, someone broke into the Verizon store on North Bright Leaf Boulevard and stole about $3,700 in telephone equipment.

•  Gloria Nicole Simpson, 21, of 603 North St., Lot D, Smithfield, was arrested April 29 and charged with assault and injuring personal property.

•  On April 28, someone stole $3,400 in property, including a riding lawnmower, from Landmark Drive.

•  Timothy Arthur Byrd, 25, of 1008 W. Oak St., Selma, was arrested April 27 and charged with assault on female and assault inflicting serious injury.

•  Jerkia Michelle Session, 25, of 912 East St., Smithfield, was arrested April 26 and charged with assault by strangulation, simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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