Police investigate burglaries
The Holly Springs Police Department is investigating some burglaries that took place last week.
Burglary of a dwelling was reported in the 300 block of Cuba Street. Entry was gained through the back door. Three heaters were taken – two valued at $200 and one valued at $150.
Burglary of a dwelling was also reported in the 200 block of East Park Street. Entry was gained through a side window. Nothing was reported missing.
An automobile was burglarized last week in the city. Missing were two purses, a Kodak digital camera valued at $130, a Cobra digital camera valued at $80, a Samsung charger valued at $30 and a Bank of America credit card.
A vehicle was also reported stolen in the 100 block of South Memphis Street.
Chief Robert Pearson reported seven arrests on misdemeanor charges – two for suspended driver’s license, two for disorderly conduct, one for DUI refusal, one for speeding and contempt of court, and one for no license plate and contempt of court.
Other incidents last week, reported by the police department, included – no insurance, 1; speeding, 5; suspended license, 3; DUI, 2; domestic violence/simple assault, 1; disorderly conduct, 2; no driver’s license, 1; disregard for traffic device, 1; aggravated assault, 1; and stalking, 1.
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