Larceny suspects arrested
On Tuesday loss prevention with Walmart reported to Officer J. Shelburne two suspects entered the store around 2 p.m. They allegedly removed items from their packages and left without paying.
Loss prevention turned over still photographs and video to Shelburne who identified them as Erick Lamonz Hilton, 30, and Troy Antwan Herring, 24, both of Roanoke Rapids.
Warrants for arrest were obtained for larceny and possession of stolen goods.
On Thursday around noon, Hilton and Herring were located at a residence in the 200 block of Monroe Street and taken into custody.
Both received $1,000 bonds and November 17 court dates.
Lieutenant P. Parks, Investigator G. Williams, Master Officer A. Salmon and Officer J. Spragins assisted.
Emporia man faces charges
On Thursday at approximately 4 p.m., Domonique Dante Morgan, 38, of Emporia, came to the police department to be served with warrants for possession of a stolen firearm and obtaining property by false pretense.
The charges stem from an investigation by Lieutenant C.L. Vaught where Morgan allegedly sold a stolen gun to a local business on October 9.
The gun was taken in a breaking and entering in Brunswick County, Virginia.
He received a $2,000 bond and December 6 court date.