Thursday, December 10, 2009
Police make arrests
By BARRY BURLESON
The Holly Springs Police Department made four arrests last week and investigated several thefts, according to chief Robert Pearson.
A report of grand larceny in the 100 block of South Craft Street November 30 was investigated after a Kubota excavator and 16-foot trailer were reported missing.
An attempted burglary was reported in the 100 block of West College Avenue Thursday, Dec. 3, but nothing was found missing.
A break-in was reported in the 500 block of Highway 7 North December 4. Missing following the break-in were two 19-inch flat-screen televisions, two television wall mounts, two red power drills, a computer bag and a camera. Damage to chairs, a power meter base and telephone wiring were also reported.
Three Holly Springs residents were arrested and charged with uttering forgery last week.
Eric Jackson, 43, was arrested and charged with uttering forgery and burglary of a dwelling, Pearson said. Carla Jackson, 27, was also arrested and charged with uttering forgery and burglary of a dwelling, he said. And Katrina Jackson, 30, also of Holly Springs, was arrested and charged with uttering forgery, according to the chief.
Sandy Jenkins, 46, was arrested and charged with robbery, Pearson said.
The arrests of the Jackson subjects were made November 30 while Jenkins was arrested December 1.
Officers reported these additional activities for the week – no driver’s license, 2; no insurance, 1; driving on the wrong side of the road, 1; reckless driving, 1; driving while license suspended, 2; speeding, 4; disregard for traffic device, 1; driving under the influence, 1; possession of marijuana in vehicle, 1; improper equipment, 1; failure to appear, 1; public drunk, 1; malicious mischief, 1; expired/no tag, 2; and willfully trespassing, 1.
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