By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on May 5, 2008 1:45 PM
Goldsboro police are investigating these reports:
*A vehicle bumper was reportedly pulled from a 2003 Ford and the grill was damaged by unknown means Saturday morning. James Sullenger IV of Harrisburg, Virginia said his car received about $1,000 worth of damage.
*Sterling Butner of N. Oleander Avenue told police he and a roommate discovered both their vehicles had flat tires on Saturday morning, and that his vehicle also had been broken into and a CD player was taken.
*A 2008 silver Yamaha motorcycle worth $11,000 was reported stolen from a parking lot on Fallin Blvd. by resident Jason P. John, 29.
*Alexia Williams of Brookshire Drive said her residence was broken into and among items taken were a laptop computer, Playstation and games.
*A 19-year-old female at Wal-Mart on Spence Avenue was accused by a store official of undercharging a customer for $2,554 worth of store merchandise, with a second 19-year-old female also under investigation.
*A Lockhaven Drive man reported $6,100 worth of property taken from his home while he and his wife were out of town. Ian Ceains told police a CD player, DVD player, CDs and DVDs, as well as a lava lamp, $500 coat and $300 coat were missing.
*On the 700 block of Pou Street, Ralph Merritt, 82, reported the theft of $1,150 worth of lawn equipment from a shed at his home.
*Glenda Davis of North Drive reported the theft of a camera and attachments, all worth $237.
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