Rockingham Police Department – arrests, complaints for Feb. 17, 2012


First Posted: 2/16/2012

The Rockingham Police Department recently arrested Shannon Jermaine Everett, 33, of 110 N. Stewart St., Rockingham, on charges of selling marijuana, maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance and possession with intent to sell/deliver marijuana, according to a police report. The Richmond County SWAT team executed a search warrant at the residence after receiving information from a reliable source who completed a controlled buy of marijuana at the same residence, police said. The items and drugs were seized and Everett was placed in the Richmond County Jail under a secure bond of $50,000.

Other recent arrests from the Rockingham Police Department include:

— Linette Cheris McNeal, 32, 316 S. Grove St., Hamlet, was arrested for assault and battery. No bond was issued.

— George Kelvin McNeill, 25, 1891 Parker Lane, Rockingham, was arrested for obtaining property by false pretenses. He was released on a written promise to appear in court.

— Isaac B. McLaughlin, 32, 104 Jackson St., Ellerbe, was arrested for domestic trespassing. No bond was issued.

— Danny Carroll Liles, 30, 136 Southwood Drive, Rockingham, was arrested for larceny. A secure bond was set in the amount of $500.

— Eric James Jones, 29, 432-A S. Caroline St., Rockingham, was arrested for assault on a female.

— Arthur Lee Galloway, 51, 1 Patton St., Bennettsville, was arrested for failure to appear – driving while intoxicated. A secure bond was set in the amount of $2,500.

Arvell Devon Nealy, 29, 419 Outing Club Road, Aiken, S.C., was arrested for driving while intoxicated, driving without license/registration and open container. He was released on a written promise to appear in court.

— Lucas Barbour, 33, Ellerbe Springs Room 14, Ellerbe, was arrested for failure to appear – seat belt and failure to appear – driving without license/registration. A secure bond was set in the amount of $500.

Other recent reports made to the Rockingham Police Department include:

— Larceny of a firearm was reported at a residence on North Randolph Street.

— Breaking and entering and larceny were reported at a residence on Eastside Drive.

— Breaking and entering and larceny were reported at a business on Shannon Drive.

— Larceny of medication was reported at a residence on Blewitt Avenue.

— Domestic assault, disorderly conduct and damage to property were reported in a business parking lot on East Broad Avenue.

— Larceny was reported at a residence on Richmond Road.

— Breaking and entering and larceny were reported at a motel on South Hancock Street.

— Larceny of a dog was reported at a residence on Leak Street.

Arrest reports published in the Richmond County Daily Journal are copied from local law enforcement records. Reports include both arrests and criminal summons such as citations. The Daily Journal lists them all as arrests. People charged are presumed innocent until determined to be guilty by a court of law.

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