By Bonnie Edwards
Published in News on February 9, 2009 1:46 PM
Goldsboro police investigated the vandalism Saturday of an empty house on Wilmington Avenue, the former home of the owner, Myra Brewington, who now lives in Evless, Texas. A witness said the vandalism occurred in May. The report said the vandals did $1,143 worth of damage by tearing up the plumbing lines under the house, breaking two back windows and the front and back glass doors and putting water into the oil drum.
Lashausa Shanae Graham told Goldsboro police Friday night she was bitten by a dog while in the 600 block of Slaughter Street. Miss Graham, who lives on North Jefferson Avenue, said the dog was brown with orange stripes and appeared to be a stray. Miss Graham was treated and released at Wayne Memorial Hospital. The dog was not found, according to the report.
A clerk at the Hasty Mart at 2401 N. William St. told police a customer passed a counterfeit $20 bill.
The Goldsboro Police Department has reported these charges:
*Bethany Capps, 23, Country Run Lane, financial card theft and fraud, $3,000 bond.
*Timothy Lewis, 38, Raleigh, misdemeanor larceny, $1,000 bond.
*Jesse Wesley Forbes III, 38, Pine Court, DWI, custody release.
*Nathan Lewis Brinson Jr., Clarkston, Ga., DWI, custody release.
*Ronald Marion Flanagan, 35, Beston Road, DWI, custody release.
*Jordan J. MacKeverican, 19, of Pa., DWI, $500 bond.
*Anthony Jerome Lee, 40, Maple Street, possession of a firearm by a felon, $75,000 bond.
*Domiko Darrell Davis, 30, Guilford Street, order for arrest, $400 bond.
*Micheal Chiyo Butler, 27, Courtyard Circle, simple drug possession, $1,000 bond.
*Nathan Jesse Trent, 27, Royall Avenue, harassing phone call, communicating threats, order for arrest on five other charges, $8,500 bond.
*William Tyron Howard, 33, Rollingwood Drive, trafficking cocaine and conspiracy, $50,000 bond.
*Paxton Elroy Best, 37, East Walnut Street, drug trafficking, $10,000 bond.
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