By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on July 1, 2008 1:45 PM
*Beatrice Bell of South Andrew Street reported Friday that unknown thieves broke through a glass door and stole about $850 in property, police said.
*Mary Garza of Eddington Drive reported Friday that someone unknown to her broke out a window on her Jeep Laredo, then did damage to the ignition switch. Also on Friday, nearby neighbor Euvonda Rouse reported that a window in her vehicle also was broken and about $385 in property was stolen, a Goldsboro police report showed.
*Tony Hatcher of Griffin Streel told police Friday that someone stole three propane cylinders and a handtruck from the North William Street business sometime on Wednesday, according to a Goldsboro police report.
*Maximino Delgado of South Slocumb Street told police Friday that his push lawmower worth about $180 had been stolen earlier during the week, a city police report shows.
*Eric Reed of Mower King on North Virginia Street told police on Friday that the business had been broken into on Friday evening, with $50 in cash stolen and $100 in door metal damage.
*Clyde Taft of Brook Terrace Road, Dudley, owner of Taft Maintanence and Machine Service on South George Street, reported that five welding cables and power leads, 30 pounds of steel welding wire, a 44-pound roll of welding wire and his security lock were stolen from his sthop sometimes over the weekend, Goldsboro police said.
*Levin Zepeda of 111 Maple Street reported that his 2008 yellow-and-black Rocheta scooter worth $1,650 was stolen from his other residence on Nelson Drive.
*Green's Auto Salvage on N.C. 222 East in Fremont reported a truck, and other vehicle parts worth $5150 stolen from the business, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office said.
*Daniel Cox of Scot Street reported that his black four-door Jeep Cherokee worth $3,500 was stolen from a Racetrack Road, LaGrange property where he keeps another residence, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office said.
*Charles Phillips Jr. of Aycock Dairy Farm Road, Fremont reported Saturday that his Jeep Cherokee was broken into at his home, and $18,855 in valuables stolen from the vehicle, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office said.
*McKinnley Price of DM Price and Sons on N.C. 111 South in Seven Springs reported Friday that a farm trailer , various galvanized three-inch pipe fittings and aluminum loading arms for fuel oil worth $15,200 stolen from his farm on N.C. 111, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office said.
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