By From staff reports
Published in News on April 9, 2012 1:46 PM
Goldsboro police investigated these reports:
*Lillie Lofton, 57, of South John Street, told police $2,300 worth of jewelry was taken from her residence.
*Jamaine Mills, 38, of Olivia Lane, said he went to pick up some of his belongings from a residence on National Drive Saturday around 1:30 a.m. and a 47-year-old female struck him in the head with a gun. The two argued and when he asked for his ID card, she gave it to him and he left the premises. He was advised to secure a warrant.
*A robbery was reported in a parking lot at 2106 U.S. 117 around 1:45 a.m. Friday. Brad Bertholf, 26, of Warsaw, said he was approached by three males who demanded everything he had, which included two cell phones, a car console tray, $100 worth of clothing and $80 cash.
*Karen Creech, of North Leslie Street, reported a break-in at her home. Among items taken were 32-inch and 42-inch flatscreen TVs, a $2,000 tennis bracelet, two diamond rings, a Nintendo Wii, sewing machine and jewelry box.
*Kim Davis, 43, of West New Hope Road, reported the theft of a laptop computer and suitcase that contained clothing.
*Jimmy Lynn Twiggs, 67, of Spence Avenue, said a $300 GPS was taken from an unsecured vehicle parked in his driveway on Thursday.
*Over the last couple of months, several items have reportedly been removed from an office only accessible by maintenance workers at Day Circle, Greg Hawkins told police. Among the items taken were a $279 pressure washer, $459 key machine and $79 refrigerator gauge.