By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on January 11, 2009 2:00 AM
An estimated $1,425 worth of items were reportedly stolen from the Wayne County Animal Shelter on Clingman Street sometime between Dec. 1 and Jan. 5, according to a report filed by Wayne Benton with Goldsboro police.
Access was gained from the Brick Road entrance, Benton said. Among the items missing were an aluminum dog box, a three-compartment steel cat box and five metal pet carriers.
A Laurinburg woman was ticketed after she moved her vehicle ahead in traffic to make way for an oncoming emergency vehicle Saturday morning, and collided with another vehicle in an intersection.
Callie Nan Bustamonte, 37, was stopped at a traffic light at Royall Avenue and Jefferson Street when the rescue vehicle approached from behind with lights activated. Her vehicle received $2,500 in damages and a vehicle driven by Stephanie Devone Brewington, 46, Alabama Avenue, received $3,000 worth of damage. Ms. Bustamonte was cited for failure to see before starting.
Goldsboro police investigated the following reports:
*Bradley Gross of Hines Drive reported a break-in at his residence on Friday, during which a 9 millimeter handgun worth $135 and 32-inch TV worth $800, along with $120 in cash were taken.
*Clifton Earl Dickens of Rudolph Street told police he was assaulted by three unknown black males on the 500 block of North Herman Street Friday around 6:22 p.m. He was struck about the head and body but refused medical treatment.
*On the 1200 block of North Jefferson Avenue, Tim Buchanan of Massachusetts reported a break-in and larceny to his brother's vehicle. A rear window of the SUV was broken to gain entry, with a TV and speakers valued at $1,350 taken.
Goldsboro police filed these charges:
*James Brown Jackson, 21, Perkins Road, no operator's license, no bond.
*Theresa Shiver, 16, Par Drive, damage to property, no bond.
*Wanda Dean Barnes, 47, S. Slocumb Street, communicating threats, no bond.
*Daishia Ingram, 18, S. John Street, unauthorized use of motor vehicle, no bond.
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