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RRPD blotter: September 26-29

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The Roanoke Rapids Police Department reported the following, according to Chief Chuck Hasty:

Monday September 26, 2016
At approximately 9 a.m., Investigator G. Williams served Jackie Anstead, 59, of Hollister, with warrants for accessing a computer after she surrendered at the police department.
The charges stem from investigation into a matter reported September 8 where Anstead allegedly accessed a computer system to make some changes to accounts at the business where she worked.
She received a $5,000 bond and November 11 court date.

Wednesday September 28, 2016
At approximately 6 a.m., Officer N. Velazquez responded to the “no hundred” block of Jackson Street about a 911 call where the caller was yelling and cursing.
Velazquez already responded to numerous calls to the residence during the night.
She spoke with the caller, Tashia High Jacobs, 44, of Roanoke Rapids.
During the investigation Velazquez learned Jacobs called 911 about her boyfriend refusing to give her a cigarette.
Jacobs was arrested and charged with misuse of 911.
She received a $500 bond and November 18 court date.

At approximately 8:45 a.m., Williams served Randy Carlos Crawford, 58, of Roanoke Rapids, with warrants for larceny and possession of stolen goods after he surrendered at the police department.
The charges stem from a matter reported on September 24 when Crawford allegedly took items from a business.
He received a $1,000 bond and October 19 court date.

Thursday September 29, 2016
At approximately 3:45 p.m., Lieutenant C.L. Vaught arrested Anthony Logan Childers, 25, of Roanoke Rapids, on outstanding warrants for financial card theft.
The investigation began on September 10.
Childers received a $20,000 bond and November 16 court date.
Captain B.L. Martin assisted.

At approximately 9:45 p.m., Officer R. Cross received information on the location of a vehicle reported stolen on September 28 from a local business.
Cross was flagged down by a friend of the victim, who spotted the vehicle at Food Lion on West Tenth Street.
Cross and Deputy B. Warren of the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office responded, found the vehicle and William Thomas Kidd, 30, of Roanoke Rapids, inside.
Cross arrested and charged Kidd with possession of a stolen motor vehicle.
He received a $1,000 bond and October 21 court date.
Sergeant M. Peck and Officer P. Smith assisted.

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