By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on January 14, 2009 1:46 PM
Clothes, jewelry, other items burned
According to a Wayne County Sheriff's Office report, Jennifer Deanna Pittman, 22, Nahunta Road, said that someone had burned $20,000 worth of property belonging to her. Burned were clothing, jewelry, shoes, belts, purses, wallets, a jewelry box and other items as well as eyeglasses and contacts.
Counterfeit twenties found
According to a Goldsboro police report, Harold D. Haskins, 56, Rollingwood Drive, Dudley, was contacted by officials at Community Federal Credit Union after he made a cash deposit. Bank officials told Haskins that two of the $20 bills he had deposited were counterfeit. Haskins found more bogus money after checking other $20 bills he had.
Clarence Cleveland Boswell, 58, Whispering Lane, Dudley, reported to the Wayne County Sheriff's Office that he had been assaulted and robbed of $300 in cash and a $7 wallet that also contained personal papers.
Video game theft
Sean Eric Devaughn, 32, West Grantham Street, reported to the Goldsboro Police Department the theft of 30 video games valued at $1,500. Also stolen were a video game system valued at $450 and a $25 DVD player. Damages totaled $400 to a rear door at his residence.
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