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Arrests


11/19 - Johnny Brandon Pope, 30, 386 Lucas Road, Roseboro, failure to appear on injury to real property and second degree trespass. Bond $22,000; court date Nov. 28.


11/19 - Sean Foster, 43, 12864 Hwy. 39, Zebulon, simple possession marijuana. Bond $500; no court date listed.


11/20 - Nicholad Devon White, 26, 317 Precythe St., Faison, order for arrest from Duplin County on probation violation. Bond $5,000; court date Dec. 11.


11/21 - Harrison Stroup Butler, 19, 704 W. Roseboro St., Roseboro, provisional driving while impaired. No bond set and no court date listed.


Incidents


11/20 - Jed Hannigan, Clinton, reported that the home he rented on Ebeneezer Forest Road, Garland — the same one burned nearly two weeks ago — was broken into for the second time. Stolen during the break-in was a gas stove valued at $300, a tiller valued at $200; a welder valued at $250, a boat battery valued at $120, a jig saw valued at $40, a wheel barrow valued at $30 and a tool box containing tools valued at $500.



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