By Lee Williams
Published in News on October 5, 2006 1:47 PM
Goldsboro police are investigating these reports:
*Prentice James Fullwood reported someone he knew stabbed him with a letter opener during an argument.
*Roderick Rajon Warren reported someone he knew stabbed him with a kitchen knife during an argument.
*Laketta Williams and Daniel David O'brien reported someone asked them for money. When they refused the suspect attacked Williams and strangled O'brien.
The Wayne County Sheriff's Department filed these charges:
*John H. Bell III, 21, Mount Olive, failure to pay child support, $1,900 bond.
*Melvin Brandon Brantley, 18, Vail Road, Pikeville, failure to appear, $1,000 bond.
*Jose Juan Cano, 38, Hummingbird Lane, failure to appear, $500 bond.
*Jeffrey Lynn Carter, 39, Andress Lane, LaGrange, failure to pay child support, $300 bond.
*Marcus Antoine Dixon, 29, Merritt Lane, failure to appear, $1,000 bond.
*Clifford Donald Doster, 22, E. Main Street, Mount Olive, failure to appear, $3,000 bond.
*Brian Lee Ferebee, 27, Fox Court, Dudley, failure to appear, $500 bond.
*Tammy Carter Mooring, 35, Vail Road, failure to appear, $500 bond.
*Eckard Lewis Newsome, 50, Old Smithfield Road, Princeton, warrant for injury to real property, $2,000 bond.
*Christopher Michael Tracey, 25, Lisa Drive, Pikeville, failure to appear, $1,000 bond.
*Jeff Carter, 39, Andress Lane, LaGrange, assault, communicating threats, $2,500 bond.
*Maria Salazor, 37, Old Mount Olive Highway, Dudley, identity theft, obtain property by false pretense. Bond information unavailable.
*Ahmad Stewart, 24, Franklin Street, Mount Olive, possession of cocaine, $3,000 bond.
*Demetrius Deshaun Cogdell, 22, N.C. 403 West, Mount Olive, possession of marijuana with intent to sell or distribute, $50,000 bond.
*Randy Allen Blizzard, 38, Daleview Drive, failure to pay child support, $2,350 bond.
*Jerry Mack Hill II, 29, Grantham School Road, Mount Olive, failure to appear, $500 bond.
*Diane Belinda Lewis, 43, Belton Circle, injury to personal property, written promise.
*Suan Carlos Quintero, 33, Riverwood Drive, Mulberry, Fla., failure to appear, $600 bond.
*Douglas Earl Wynn, 19, Herring Road, failure to appear, $600 bond.
*Tyrone Alfred Dowers, 40, Gena Road, Dudley, communicating threats, $1,000 bond.
*Amy Denette Ortiz, 21, failure to appear, $500 bond.
*Allen Ray Sutton, 60, White Oak Trailer Park, failure to appear, $500 bond.
The Goldsboro Police Department filed these charges:
*Laquette Lavette Jones, 27, Evergreen Avenue, was charged with identity theft for allegedly using an elderly woman's identification to obtain several credit cards. Jones was being held at the Wayne County Jail on a $6,000 bond.
*Dominic Antone McClendon, 23, Miller Chapel Road, was charged with breaking and entering, larceny, injury to real property, for allegedly breaking into Family Dollar, 185 Hwy. 111 South. McClendon was being held at the Wayne County Jail on a $5,000 bond.
*Brandon Wyman Hill, 18, A Street, failure to appear, $500 bond.
*Anthony Marcello Brewington, 31, W. Chestnut Street, resisting a public officer, possession of Schedule VI narcotics, driving on a revoked license, $5,00 bond.
*Terrance Raheem Darden, 17, N. Center Street, affray, communicating threats, $1,000 bond.
*Antwan L. Pope, 16, Olivia Lane, affray, custody release.
*Michael Jerome Barber, 32, Carver Drive, failure to appear, possession of stolen property, driving on a revoked license, operating a vehicle without insurance, $2,600 bond.
*Ronald Ray Jones, 40, S. Madison Avenue, assault by pointing a gun at another, assault on female, $1,000 bond.
*David Lee, 28, Central Heights Road, assault, $500 bond.
*Justin Barry Smith, 23, Wayne Memorial Drive, possession of marijuana, $500 bond.
*Sakima Jivin Ethridge, 38, N. Madison Ave., assault on female, communicating threats, $10,000 bond.
*Linwood Brewington, 27, W. Chestnut Street, resist, delay, obstruct a government officer, disorderly conduct, $1,000 bond.
*Trenez Briggs, 16, Courtyard Circle, assault, written promise.
*Monica Miranda Davis, 33, Courtyard Circle, assault, written promise.
*Iona Thorsteinsson, 34, Everittesville Road, failure to appear (five counts), $30,000 bond.
*Melvin Hudgins, 26, E. New Hope Road, injury to real property, communicating threats, $1,000 bond.
*Gloria Yelverton, 54, White Oak Street, larceny, custody release.
*Chquavery Montrell Bynum, 22, W. Seymour Drive, second-degree trespassing, $4,000 bond.
*Richard Allen Eason, 26, Eddington Drive, violation of domestic violence protective order, no bond.
*Tony Oliver, 32, Vanderbilt Circle, second-degree trespassing, resist, delay, obstruct a government officer (two counts), assault on government official, $20,000 bond.
*Joseph Lewis Haskins, 25, E. Walnut Street, motor vehicle theft, $5,000 bond.
Wayne County law enforcement officers charged these people with driving while impaired:
*Tammy R. Combs, 30, Clingman Street, and failure to stop after accident, $500 bond.
*Wilmer P. Diaz, 26, Doug Drive, Dudley, and no operator's license, no insurance, $15,000 bond.
Crime of the Week
An armed robbery and kidnapping has been selected by Goldsboro-Wayne County Crime Stoppers as this week's "Crime of the Week."
A Goldsboro man reported he was approached by two white men as he was leaving for work in the 400 block of West Holly Street. The men flashed a handgun. One of the suspects got into the victim's car and ordered him to drive. The second suspect followed in a small white two-door vehicle. The victim was ordered to drive down a dirt path in the 1600 block of Salem Church Road. The victim was then punched and kicked. The suspects stole his wallet and drove away in an unknown direction of travel. Both men appeared to be about 20 years old.
Anyone with information on this crime or any other crimes in Wayne County is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 735-2255. Callers may remain anonymous, and they may be eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000, if their information leads to arrests in felony cases.
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