Thursday, September 24, 2009
City police make four arrests
Chief Robert Pearson reported the arrest of four individuals for the week ending September 21.
Carlos Ford, 27, of Holly Springs was arrested Thursday, September 17, and charged with aggravated assault, Pearson said. Ford’s bond was set at $25,000.
Toulie Boatwright Jr., 50, of Holly Springs, was arrested September 17 and charged with intimidating a witness, Pearson said. Bond was set at $10,000.
Kendrick Brown, 27, of Holly Springs, was arrested on Friday, September 18, and charged with aggravated assault, the chief said. Bond was set at $25,000.
Corenzo Walker, 21, of Holly Springs, was arrested Saturday, September 19, and charged with robbery and resisting arrest, Pearson said.
Three burglaries were reported for the week.
A commercial building in the 100 block of Gholson Avenue was burglarized Saturday, September 19. Vending machines were vandalized and cash was taken throughout the building, Pearson said. Entry was made through a rear window.
A coin collection was missing following a burglary of a dwelling in the 100 block of West Woodward, Saturday, September 19. Entery was through a rear window.
Nothing appeared to be missing after a burglary of a dwelling in the 300 block of East College, September 20. Entry was gained through a rear window.
Officers issued the following citations - speeding (4); failure to yield (1); no insurance (4); no driver’s license (4); improper passing (1); no tag/expired tag (2); suspended driver’s license (2); speeding in school zone (1); careless driving (1); driving without headlights (1).
The following misdemeanors were issued - domestic violence (3); petit larceny (3); gas drive-off (1); malicious mischief (3); grand larceny (1); and discharge of weapon (1).
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