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  • November 19, 2018 ] Crime report News

    Monday Nov 19 | via The Robesonian 

    Helen Strickland, of Hines Street in Lumberton, reported to the Lumberton Police Department that someone broke into her residence on Sunday and took a Sanyo 50-inch flat screen television, valued at $300, an Emerson 42-inch flat screen television, valued at $300, and an Omni heater, valued at $300. Billy Wearnes, of Centerville Church Road in Fairmont, reported Sunday to the Lumberton Police Department the theft of two Honda 750cc motorcycle engines, valued at $1,500 each; a motorcycle engine stand, valued at $250; an air compressor, valued at $500; and a lawn mower battery, valued at $40.


    Related Topix: Lumberton, NC, Fairmont, NC

  • Man Attacks Driver Who Struck Family Member, Police Say

    Oct 29, 2018 | via NBC Philadelphia 

    Police say Spruill attacked a 77-year-old driver after the driver crashed into his family member who was walking in Newark, Delaware. Police say the ordeal began Saturday shortly before 8 p.m. when Spruill's family member, a 42-year-old woman, was crossing the roadway on South College Avenue in Newark, Delaware.


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  • A year after Advanced Granite Solutions workplace sh...

    Oct 17, 2018 | via The Baltimore Sun 

    A memorial was set up outside Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood after three employees were shot to death and two others wounded on Oct. 18, 2018. A co-worker charged with the shootings remains in jail in Delaware where he was convicted of another shooting the same day.


    Related Topix: Edgewood, MD, Harford County, MD