Published in News on September 18, 2006 1:46 PM
Sunday evening, four Goldsboro police officers responded to a breaking and entering call on Central Heights Road. When they arrived at the scene, the victim described a man who had allegedly entered his residence. The suspect fled on foot and was pursued for several blocks by officers Wilson, Hayes, Gilstrap and Smith of the Goldsboro Police Department's B Shift until he was finally detained. Christopher John Giesey, 31, of Pine Street, was charged with first-degree burglary and resisting arrest and was placed in Wayne County Jail under a $100,000 secured bond. Wayne County Sheriff's K-9 Deputy Jayson Hill and K-9 Cora assisted in the pursuit.
These reports are being investigated by Wayne County law enforcement:
*Employees at Sears reported a theft at their store in Berkeley Mall Saturday to Goldsboro police officers. An employee told police that an unidentified black man pretended to be looking around the store and stole a pair of sneakers.
*Employees at Wilco Hess #397, on U.S. 117, reported 18 propane tanks stolen from the store Sunday. The tanks were worth a total of more than $800, they said.
*Employees at the Waffle House on Wayne Memorial Drive reported $35 in food stolen to Goldsboro police officers Sunday. According to their report, five black men had a meal and walked out on the bill without paying.
*Employees at Tractor Supply Co. told police Monday that more than $4,000 in good was stolen from their store, including three go-carts. A security cable outlet valued at close to $1,000 was damaged during the heist, the report said.
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