By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on August 4, 2006 1:45 PM
Officials from the Wayne County Sheriff's Office arrested a 15-year-old from Dudley Thursday. The juvenile was charged with two counts of breaking and entering and larceny. Both break-ins took place in Dudley and involved the theft of firearms, a news release from the office said. The first charge involved a break-in on Holloman Lane. The youth allegedly broke into a parked car and stole a handgun. The second incident occurred on Burke Street and involved thefts of a video camera and single barrel shotgun.
These reports are being investigated by Goldsboro and Wayne County law enforcement officers:
*Ruth Hart of Stephens Street told police that her car was damaged as she was traveling down Elm Street. She said that as she was driving, she heard a loud "boom," and when she stopped the car noticed that an unknown object had shattered right rear window. She estimated the damage at $600.
*George Ritko of Mulberry Street said someone did $200 worth of damage to a vinyl fence at his home.
*Michelle Teague told police she was shopping at the Food Lion on Grantham Street and left her wallet in the shopping cart. When she realized she had forgotten the wallet, she returned to find it gone. She someone stole it and used her ID to forge a check, she said.
*Corey Tune, of Brook Meadow Lane, told police he entered his black Chevrolet to find that it had been broken into and $600 in items had been stolen. The items missing include a cassette receiver, six-disc CD changer and a flashlight, he said.
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