Thursday, June 4, 2009
City police respond to burglaries
The Holly Springs police station is scheduled to begin moving to its new headquarters at 538 J.M. Ash Drive in Holly Springs on June 5.
All telephone numbers will remain the same, according to chief Robert Pearson.
A grand opening and free tour of the station is set for June 29.
In crime news, police are investigating the report of a 2006 white Cheverlot Cobalt missing from the 100 block of McMillan Drive since Wednesday, May 27. The owner reported she parked her vehicle on Tuesday around 10 p.m. and woke Wednesday around 5:30 a.m. to discover her car was gone.
A homeowner reported a property theft in the 300 block of S.W. Boundary on Wednesday, May 27. Missing were two washers and one dryer.
Police investigated a burglary call in the 100 block of East Falconer on Thursday, May 28. Entry to the business was made by knocking a hole in the front door glass. Taken was a cash register and $600, 20 pairs of short jeans, 15 pairs of jeans pants, 20 necklace sets, a watch and a grill.
Officers investigated a burglary in the 100 block of East Gholson on Friday, May 29. Nothing was found missing.
Sanchez Holloway, 24, of Holly Springs was arrested on Friday, May 29, on charges of possession of narcotics with intent to distribute.
Other activities reported for the week included – speeding, 2; driving while license suspended, 2; no driver’s license, 3; expired driver’s license, 2; no proof of insurance, 2; no proof of insurance, 9; seatbelt violation, 2; no tag, 2; possession of a controlled substance, 1; reckless driving, 1; failure to yield to blue lights, 1; handicapped parking, 1; domestic violence/simple assault, 1; simple assault, 1; malicious mischief, 3; petit larceny, 2; disorderly conduct, 1; and stalking, 1.
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