Thursday, November 27, 2008
Police probe theft, charge one with assault
Holly Springs police reported one arrest and a residential theft for the week ending November 21.
A homeowner reported a property theft at a residence in the 500 block of Robbindale Lane Monday, Nov. 17, according to chief Robert Pearson. Stolen were a black Murray Select/Twin 42-inch riding lawn mower, a red Poulan 44S Pro limb trimmer, a blue Echo SRM 210 weedeater and one red Honda Peace ATV.
Officers made one arrest for the week. Jamon Moton, 27, of Holly Springs, was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated assault/use of deadly weapon, Wednesday, Nov. 19, Pearson said.
Officers responded to the following activities for the week - no driver's license/expired license (three); driving while license suspended (five); no proof of insurance (four); expired tag (four); speeding (four); and disregard for traffic device (two).
Pearson reminds the public to take precautions for safety during the holiday.
“Be safe while out shopping or partying this holiday season,” he said.
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