County Crime Report: April 12

April 5

ROCKINGHAM — At 7:58 pm, police responded to a convenience store on Roberdel Road following a report of a suspect driving while impaired. The Rockingham Police Department charged Matthew Dalton Howard.

April 6

HAMLET — At 1:23 pm, deputies responded to a residence on Ghio Road following a report of $142.86 being taken from a Walmart debit card. The case is closed by means other than arrest.

April 7

ROCKINGHAM — At 2:22 pm, deputies responded to a residence on Safee Third Street following a report of stolen identity. The case is active.

April 8

ROCKINGHAM — At 7:22 am, deputies responded to a residence on Park Street following a report of a suspect taking a victim’s Toyota Camry, valued at $5,000. The case is closed by means other than arrest.

HAMLET — At 6:42 pm, deputies responded to North Street following a report of a found NC license plate on a highway. The case is closed by means other than arrest.

ROCKINGHAM — At 7:57 am, deputies responded to a residence on Mill Street following a report of a suspect attempting to steal two car batteries, valued at $100, and possessing nine grams of crystal meth, valued at $900, one ounce of marijuana, valued at $20, and drug paraphernalia. The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office charged Tiffany Lee Parker.

ROCKINGHAM — At 5:24 pm, deputies responded to the Richmond County Jail following a report of a suspect bringing in .01 grams of heroin. The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office charged Amanda Danielle Evans.

ROCKINGHAM — At 11:17 am, police responded to a vehicle on Crow Run following a report of a stolen catalytic converter, valued at $2,667. The case is inactive.

ROCKINGHAM — At 8:41 am, police responded to Lindsey’s Tire Center on Biltmore Drive following a report of stolen copper wire, valued at $20,000, and a chop saw, valued at $50. The case is active.

ROCKINGHAM — At 10:02 pm, police responded to La Cabana on West Broad Avenue following a report of a suspect keying and kicking a victim’s Ford Escape. The case is inactive.

April 9

ROCKINGHAM — At 2:26 pm, deputies responded to Liberty Store on Airport Road following a report of a physical altercation involving two suspects. The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office charged Otis Alexander Jarrell and Jimmy Allison Horne Jr.

ROCKINGHAM — At 9:41 am, deputies responded to a residence on Entwistle Third Street following a report of a suspect breaking into a home and damaging an exterior door frame, valued at $100. The case is active.

ROCKINGHAM — At 2:41 pm, deputies responded to a residence on Rosalyn Road following a report of a suspect removing a catalytic converter, valued at $400, from a Dodge vehicle. The case is active.

ROCKINGHAM — At 5:35 pm, police responded to La Cabana on West Broad Avenue following a report of a suspect not paying for food worth $45.88. The case is active.

ROCKINGHAM — At 6:10 pm, police responded to L’eggs Hanes Bali Factory Outlet following a report of a suspect stealing Champion leggings, valued at $20, and unknown various clothing items, valued at $50. The case is inactive.

April 10

ROCKINGHAM — At 6:47 pm, deputies responded to a residence on Billy Covington Road following a report of a stolen red GMC Sierra, valued at $5,000. The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office charged Tony Wayne Mauldin.

HAMLET — At 9:24 am, deputies responded to a residence on Tartan Drive following a report of a suspect breaking into a building and stealing a chainsaw, valued at $400, and a drill, valued at $100. The case is active.

April 11

ROCKINGHAM — At 7:17 am, deputies responded to a residence on Dockery Road following a report of a stray dog ​​killing 25 chickens, valued at $10 total by police estimate. The case is closed by means other than arrest.

ROCKINGHAM — At 5:29 pm, deputies responded to a residence on Dockery Road following a report of a suspect forcibly breaking into a residence and damaging a basement door, valued at $200, a basement side window, valued at $200, a door frame to basement, valued at $50, a window on storage building, valued at $200, causing a hole in back bedroom wall, valued at $100, and stealing a Whirlpool microwave, valued at $350, a Craftsman generator, valued at $350, and a 20′ piece of copper tubing, valued at $50. The case is active.

ROCKINGHAM — At 8:08 am, police responded to Fairfield Inn & Suites on West Greene Street following a report of a suspect busting a window, valued at $200, and breaking and entering into a vehicle. The case is active.

ROCKINGHAM — At 4:32 pm, police responded to Providence Baptist Church on East Washington Street following a report of a suspect damaging a door frame, valued at $100, and breaking and entering into the church. The case is active.

ROCKINGHAM — At 4:43 pm, police responded to an apartment on Steele Street following a report of a suspect breaking into a residence and stealing a 42 inch Vizio television, valued at $200, a 60 inch Sony television, valued at $400, a 32 inch Sony television, valued at $60, a baby Yoda piggy bank, valued at $6, $100 in assorted change and bills. a window unit, valued at $160, and a window screen, valued at $30. The case is active.

April 12

ROCKINGHAM — At 12:19 am, deputies responded to a residence on Bay Street following a report of a suspect stealing a Duke Energy power meter, valued at $500. The case is active.

ROCKINGHAM — At 4:32 am, police responded to a residence on Pineridge Drive following a report of a suspect stealing black and red Jordan’s, valued at $150, and entering into the residence. The case is active.

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