Assault inflicting serious injury
Sheriff’s deputies are investigating an assault that sent a Dudley man to the hospital.
Samuel Lashawn Outlaw, 20, of South Running Deer Circle, Dudley, told deputies two men approached him at the Dudley Food Mart around 5 p.m. Monday, according to a Wayne County Sheriff’s Office investigation report. Outlaw identified Daquan Monte Bynum, 18, of South Allegheny Place, Dudley, who reportedly said, “If you don’t give me what you got, I am going to kill you,” and “I’m going to pull this gliccy out.”
Outlaw told deputies he did not see a firearm on either Bynum or the other man, who he described as tall with a beard, the report said. Outlaw told deputies Bynum struck him from behind and he lost consciousness.
Deputies responded to Wayne UNC Health Care to complete a report for Outlaw, who reportedly suffered traumatic ecchymosis of the right orbit as well as a facial and skull fracture, according to the report.
Assault with a deadly weapon
A Goldsboro man was taken to the hospital after he was reportedly assaulted with a knife.
Jesse Wesley Forbes II, 48, of Pine Court, told deputies he was visiting a homeowner on Biltmore Drive around 8 p.m. Tuesday when Jamal Davis, of Central Heights Road, exited the house and confronted him, according to a Wayne County Sheriff’s Office investigation report. Forbes told deputies Davis pulled out a 12-inch kitchen knife from his front pocket during a verbal argument.
Davis reportedly threatened to kill Forbes and struck him around 10 times with the knife, the report said. Emergency Medical Services arrived on scene and took Forbes to Wayne UNC Health Care for treatment of his injuries.
The report made no mention of possible charges.
Damage to property
Dollar General filed a police report regarding property damage after someone threw a concrete block through a glass window.
Goldsboro police responded to a burglar alarm activation at Dollar General, 301 N. George St., around 3 a.m. Wednesday, according to a Goldsboro Police Department incident report. Officers found approximately $50 in property damage to the glass window. A concrete block was found near the window.
Assault by pointing a gun
A Goldsboro man filed charges with the Wayne County magistrate’s office after he was reportedly held at gunpoint.
Kelvin Lavette Cox, 49, of Banks Avenue, told police he was arguing with Starress Davis, 43, of Day Circle, around 9 p.m. Tuesday, according to a Goldsboro Police Department incident report. Cox said Davis then struck him in the face and pointed a shotgun at him, the report said.
Cox went to the Wayne County magistrate’s office and secured charges, according to the report.