Thursday, July 22, 2010
Police respond to burglaries, more
Thirteen incidents were investigated by Holly Springs police officers for the week ending July 19, according to chief Robert Pearson.
Sunday, July 11
• trespassing and simple assault by threat were reported in the 100 block of Park Avenue.
• a burglary of a dwelling was reported in the 300 block of Salem Ave. Missing were several valuable pieces of jewelry, a Wii game and 25 Wii games.
Tuesday, July 13
• a telephone harassment was reported in the 200 block of Walthall.
Wednesday, July 14
• a simple assault was reported in the 300 block of Oakwood Cove.
• a simple assault was reported in the area of Neeley.
Thursday, July 15
• a petit larceny was reported in the 200 block of Slayden. A purse containing a wallet and several personal items, two cell phones and one pair of shoes was stolen.
• a shoplifting was reported in the 500 block of Craft Street.
Friday, July 16
• a burglary of a dwelling was reported in the 900 block of Highway 4. Three drills, a saw, a leaf blower, a jig saw, a hedge trimmer, a nail gun, a box of nails and a tool box containing assorted tools were taken.
Saturday, July 17
• a simple assault was reported in the area of Van Dorn Avenue.
• a burglary of a dwelling was reported in the 100 block of West Woodward. A 19-inch television and a purse were stolen.
• a petit larceny was reported in the 100 block of Clarice Drive. A license plate was stolen.
• an assault was reported in the 100 block of Park Avenue.
• police arrested Sammy James Jones, 26, on felony domestic assault, according to Chief Pearson.
Officers reported these additional activities - speeding, 7; driving while license suspended, 2; no license, expired license, 2; disregard for traffic device, 1; careless driving, 1; improper parking, 3; no proof of insurance, 3; DUI, 1; other, 1.
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