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The Weldon Police Department reported the following, according to Chief Chris Davis:

Tuesday shortly after 12:45 p.m., Davis was in the 1600 block of Julian R. Allsbrook Highway when he noticed a woman who had outstanding warrants. 

Davis identified the woman as Alyssa Katharyn Hedspeth, 29, of Weldon, and discovered she was wanted in Chesapeake, Virginia, for a probation violation. She had three warrants for arrest from Pasquotank County and one from Hyde County.

She was arrested and taken before a magistrate.

She faces two counts of larceny of a motor vehicle, two counts of misdemeanor financial card fraud and a fugitive warrant.

She received a $1,000 secured bond and October 2 court date for Hyde County; a $2,000 secured bond and September 26 court date for Pasquotank County and was jailed without opportunity for bond for the Virginia fugitive warrant.

Officer N. Coles assisted.

Wednesday shortly before 4 p.m., Officer T. Revis responded to the 1000 block of Allen Street  on a larceny call.

Dennis Bradley Jr., 28, of Weldon, reportedly stole a power cord belonging to the victim. 

A warrant was obtained on Bradley and he was later placed under arrest and taken before a magistrate. 

He was charged with misdemeanor larceny and had an outstanding warrant from Northampton County.

He received a $750 secured bond and September 26 court date for Northampton County and a written promise to appear in court on October 8 for the misdemeanor larceny count. 

Davis assisted.