The Weldon Police Department reported the following, according to Chief Christopher Davis:
On Sunday shortly before 11:15 p.m. Corporal S. McKimmey responded to a trespassing call at a restaurant in the 1600 block of Julian R. Allsbrook Highway.
The night manager told the officer he had asked Angela Dorene Mitchum, 41, to leave the property. The Roanoke Rapids woman refused to do so.
She was again asked to leave in the presence of the officer and did so but returned a short time later. She was charged with second-degree trespassing and has a June 14 court date.
Officer A. Dickens assisted.
On May 10 shortly before 11 p.m. Officer I. Smith responded to a trespassing call at a business located in the 1500 block of Julian R. Allsbrook Highway.
Smith encountered Charles Howard Rice, 73, of Roanoke Rapids, who was advised to leave the premises.
The next day the owner told Davis that Rice had taken an advertising sign the night before.
Smith obtained a warrant for misdemeanor larceny and second-degree trespassing.
Davis located Rice shortly before 10 a.m. on May 11 at a business in the 1400 block of Julian R. Allsbrook Highway.
Rice has a May 24 court date.
Lieutenant L. Melton assisted.
On May 8 shortly before 9:30 a.m. Dickens responded to a larceny call at a store located in the 1600 block of Julian R. Allsbrook Highway.
The store clerk gave a description and Dickens located Claire Allison Haraway, 27, of Greenville, South Carolina, at an outdoor shed business across the highway.
The items stolen from the store were located in one of the sheds and Haraway was taken into custody but started having medical issues.
She was transported to ECU Health North by Halifax County EMS.
Dickens determined that Haraway was wanted out of New Jersey for armed robbery.
After she was medically cleared, Haraway was taken before a magistrate and charged locally with misdemeanor larceny and possession of stolen goods. She also received a fugitive warrant from New Jersey for which she was jailed without the opportunity for bond.
She has a June 14 court date in Halifax.
On May 7 shortly after 12:30 a.m. Dickens responded to a disturbance call at a business located in the 50 block of Sycamore Street.
Adam Hewitt Jockell, 38, of Merritt Island, Florida, and Edwin Alexander Rubi, 36, of Albertson, had been asked to leave but refused to do so.
Both men were arrested and taken before a magistrate. They were charged with second-degree trespassing and intoxicated-disruptive behavior.
They have June 14 court dates.