Havelock Police Department reports of recent incidents include:


Incidents



Havelock Police Department reports of recent incidents include:



Dec. 16



Injury to real property reported on Ives Street



Dec. 17



Breaking and entering (felony); larceny after breaking and entering reported on Perkins Street



Larceny - shoplifting; trespass, second degree reported on U.S. 70



Assault on a female reported on Main Street



Dec. 18



Simple assault reported on Sherwood Drive



Larceny - misdemeanor reported on Bryan Boulevard



Breaking and entering (misdemeanor) reported on Leslie Lane



Identification fraud (military, passport, alien registration, government) reported on U.S. 70



Arson reported on Twin Wood Drive



Dec. 19



Assault on a female; burglary reported on Marsha’s Way



Harassing phone calls reported on McCotter Boulevard



Simple assault reported on Willow Lane



Arrests and citations



Arrests and charges do not reflect guilt or innocence, which is determined  through subsequent judicial proceedings. Havelock Police Department reports of recent arrests include:



Dec. 1



Kimberly Renee Melville, 42, Havelock, charged with maintaining a vehicle, dwelling or place for a controlled substance.



Dec. 15



Jennifer Anne Adney, 36, Havelock, charged with assault with a deadly weapon



Dec. 17



Phylicia Livingston, 23, Havelock, order for arrest - arrested, released and failure to appear



Donna Crudup, 54, Newport, failure to appear



Bryant Waggoner, 26, Cherry Point, order for arrest - failure to appear



Thomas Estes, 23, Newport, charged with larceny - misdemeanor; obtaining property by false pretenses;



Jason Watson, 33, Beaufort, charged with larceny - shoplifting; trespass, second degree; failure to appear



Brian Baker, 36, Hillsborough, charged with assault on a female



Dec. 19



Marisita Grundy, 46, Havelock, order for arrest - failure to appear



Theresa Wright, 38, Havelock, charged with obtaining property by false pretenses



Note



The Havelock News does not report arrests for worthless checks.