On Friday around 4 p.m., officers H. Grimes and M. Hunsucker responded to Great Falls Shopping Center about a person who allegedly took a phone and damaged it.
The victim told officers Born Allah, 46, of Garysburg, cleaned their vehicle’s headlight without asking and demanded payment.
The victim recorded the ordeal on their phone. Allah grabbed the phone from the victim and demanded payment.
Hasty said the phone was broken when Allah allegedly slammed it on the ground.
Grimes arrested and charged Allah with common law robbery and damage to property.
He received a $10,000 bond and January 3 court date.
On Friday at approximately 10 p.m., Officer J. Spragins conducted a traffic stop for a violation on Roanoke Avenue at Jackson Street.
The driver of the vehicle, Stanley Mason Johnson Jr., 61, of Littleton, was found in possession narcotics.
Johnson was arrested and charged with failing to stop for steady red light, drive left of center and possession of marijuana.
He received a $500 bond and January 12 court date.
Officer R. Cross assisted.
On Sunday at approximately 12:15 p.m., Master Officer G. Colson and Hunsucker responded to the 900 block of Jackson Street about a person urinating in public.
When officers arrived they found Cornell Travis Pender, 31, of Roanoke Rapids.
The victim told officers they observed Pender urinating and he grabbed the victim’s buttocks while inside the building.
Hunsucker arrested and charged Pender with sexual battery, indecent exposure and intoxicated/disruptive behavior.
He received a $10,000 bond and January 26 court date.
Lieutenant J. Baggett and Officer J. DeSare assisted.
On Sunday at approximately 12:15 p.m., Grimes responded to Walmart about a fraud.
Loss prevention told Grimes Karlus Lamonte Faulcon, 40, of Littleton, took a microwave from the store on December 23 and returned it for a refund.
Grimes arrested and charged Faulcon with obtaining property by false pretense, larceny and possession of stolen goods.
He received a $1,000 bond and January 3 court date.
On Sunday at approximately 8:47 p.m., Master Officer A. Salmon and Cross responded to the 1800 block of Birdsong Street about a disturbance.
Derrick Jermaine Harvey, 32, of Garysburg, was found intoxicated and making threats.
After numerous threats were made, Harvey was arrested and charged with communicating threats.
He received a $1,500 bond and January 12 court date.
On Monday at approximately 10:45 a.m., Officer E. Johnson arrested Stanford Sequoia Daniels, 35, of Roanoke Rapids, on outstanding warrants for financial card theft, two counts of identity theft and possession of stolen goods.
He received a $ 10,000 bond and January 3 court date.
The charges stem from an investigation by Baggett reported on December 22.
Halifax Regional Chief of Security D. Daniels reported an employee had their debit/credit cards stolen while at work.
Chief Daniels stated the crime was captured on video and showed Stanford Daniels reportedly going through the employee’s personal property and removing the card.
Daniels used the card a several different locations in Roanoke Rapids. Hasty said less than $500 was charged on the card.
On Monday at approximately 10:45 a.m., Master Officer G. Morris responded to a residence in the 700 block of Williams Street about an assault.
The victim reported Pamela Jean Gay, 47, of Roanoke Rapids, trespassed and assaulted them while two children were present.
Warrants were obtained for breaking and entering to terrorize, assault and battery, assault with minors present, trespassing and damage to property.
Gay was arrested at approximately 4 p.m. at a residence in the 1200 block of Carolina Street without trouble.
She received a $5,000 bond and February 7 court date.
The victim did not require medical attention. It was unclear what prompted the matter.
Sergeant M. Peck assisted.