Arrested were three agents of RE/MAX Tri City Realty, Rockingham:
Wendy Robson Massagee, 43, Rice Street, Hamlet.
Kim Dawn Whitley, 40, Hollow Trail, Rockingham.
Jamie Moss-Godfrey, 41, Foushee Street, Rockingham.
The charge for all three was misdemeanor accessing computers.
All three were released on written promises to appear in Richmond County District Court on April 23. Moss-Godfrey and Whitley are listed as owners of the business on the RE/MAX Web site.
Police seized 13 electronic machines from the RE/MAX office at 1227 Rockingham Road based on a search warrant signed by Richmond County Magistrate Robert Bristow.
The warrants for the women said they “unlawfully and willfully did without authorization access a computer program, a paid Hotmail account, and viewed private and personal business E-mail belonging to Nicole Hayden of Exit Realty by using Hayden’s username and password without permission to do so.”
The warrant said offenses occurred between March 1 and March 20.
The women were served warrants at 4 p.m. Thursday at the Richmond County Magistrate’s Office in Rockingham.
Hayden of Exit Realty Platinum Friday morning said she was “still in shock.”
She said, “We didn’t know about it until we were informed, and the police did their job.”
Eddie Meacham of Pinehurst, an attorney representing Massagee, Whitley and Moss-Godfrey, said they do not wish to make any comments on the charges at this time.
“The warrants have been served, and we will go forward at this point,” he said.
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Other arrests by Rockingham police include:
n Lillie Gibson Williams, 64, Paul McLendon Street, Rockingham, was arrested on misdemeanor charges of larceny and conspiracy. Bond was set at $500.
Fred Douglas McBride, 28, North Skipper Street, Rockingham, was issued a citation on misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Darius Jarrau Bowden, 22, Park Street, Ellerbe, was arrested on a felony charge of possession of marijuana with intent to sell or deliver and resisting arrest. Bond was set at $10,000.
Kimberly Marie Adams, 34, Quicktown, Hamlet, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of larceny. Bond was set at $500.
Christine Elizabeth Hayes, 18, Gibson, was arrested on two counts of misdemeanor larceny. Bond was set at $500.
Willena Renee Patterson, 30, County Home Road, Rockingham, was arrested on two misdemeanor charges of worthless check and on an order for arrest for violation of a handicapped parking space. Bond was set at $1,000.
David Wayne Taylor, 45, Ashley Street, Rockingham, was arrested for resisting arrest. Bond was set at $500.
Jeremy Terell Flowers, 22, Chance Drive, Rockingham, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of trespassing. Bond was set at $500.
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Incidents reported to Rockingham police include:
A $20 counterfeit bill was found in the cash drawer of a business on Fayetteville Road, Rockingham.
A Hamlet women told police her wallet was stolen at a store at Falling Creek Shopping Center, Rockingham. It was later found in a bathroom missing $160.
A guardrail at a business on Fayetteville Road, Rockingham, was pulled out of concrete causing $1,500 damage.
Over $396 worth of items were stolen and recovered at a store at Falling Creek Shopping Center.
Someone did $500 damage to a window of a vehicle parked at a house on South Skipper Street, Rockingham, and stole $260 worth of property.
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Incidents reported to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office include:
A Rockingham man told deputies he paid $2,950 for an item which he has not received.
A cabinet valued at $200 was stolen from a house on 1st Street, Safie, Rockingham.
On Ponderosa Drive, Hamlet, someone did $920 damage to property at a house and stole $860 worth of property, which included a shotgun and pistol.
At a residence on 8th Avenue, Aleo, someone did $600 damage to a parked vehicle.
A man was bitten on his left hand during an assault at a house on 7th Avenue, Aleo, Rockingham.
A woman was hit by a suspect’s fist in an assault at a house on 7th Avenue, Aleo.
There was an attempted burglary at a house on 9th Avenue, Aleo, Rockingham, in which $200 damage was done to a door.
Information on criminal activity may be reported anonymously to Richmond County Crime Stoppers at 997-5454.
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