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Butner Public Safety report: April 22-May 5

Posted on May 10, 2022

Updated on May 15, 2022

Crime

The following is a list of incidents and arrests from April 22-May 5 by Butner Public Safety officers. All information is from public law enforcement records.
April 22
• A larceny was reported on East Lyon Station Road. The perpetrator entered the business and stole several packages of Tide Pods.      
April 23
• A larceny was reported on Central Avenue. The perpetrator entered the business and stole a biscuit. As a result of the incident, PSO C. B. Slate issued a citation to Eric Wendell Seward, 51, of Manson, charging him with larceny.   
• Attempted fraud was reported on Central Avenue. The suspect attempted to pass a counterfeit $100-dollar bill.   
• PSO D. T. George arrested Kellie Blotzer Sayer, 46, of High Point, and charged her with DWI. Sayer was issued a $1,000 secured bond by Magistrate H. G. Herring Jr. and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.   
April 24
• An assault was reported on West C Street. As a result of the incident, PSO T. C. Campbell arrested Sabreena Renee Bass, 35, of Butner, and charged her with assault. Bass was issued no bond by Magistrate C. F. Knott and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.       
April 25
• Property damage was reported on West B Street. The perpetrator(s) spray painted graffiti on the property.   
• Breaking and entering, larceny and property damage was reported at 309 Central Ave. (Quality Drugs). The suspects used a small sledgehammer to break the front glass door to enter the building. Once inside the suspects stole bottles of medicine.   
• Breaking and entering and larceny was reported on Veazey Road. The perpetrator(s) entered an unlocked motor vehicle and stole the victim’s cell phone.     
• PSO M. B. Butler arrested Shannon West, 32, of Creedmoor, for an outstanding warrant for possession of heroin. West was issued a secured bond of $7,000 by Magistrate C. P. Bostic and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.    
April 26
• PSO C. B. Slate arrested Tony Oryan Hunter, 41, of Enfield, for an outstanding warrant for violation of a domestic violence protection order and resist, delay, and obstruct an officer.  Hunter was issued no bond by Magistrate C. F. Knott and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.   
• Fraud was reported on East Lyon Station Road. The perpetrator(s) sent out fraudulent invoices in attempt to obtain money.   
April 28
• PSO C. B. Slate arrested Christopher Michael Hassey, 41, of Butner, and charged him with DWI failure to burn headlights. Hassey was issued a written bond by Magistrate C. F. Knott and was released.
April 29
• A breaking and entering, property damage and larceny was reported at 315 Central Ave. (Jack’s Best Buy). As a result of an investigation, Sgt. B. T. Lomena obtained warrants on Tyrell Keshausn Person, 31, of Henderson, Dezmond Gemal Russell, 35, of Henderson, and Arnold Terrance Alston, 55, of Henderson, charging them all with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of burglary tools, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, possession of stolen goods, and property damage. On May 4, Sgt. Lomena arrested Alston in Henderson. Alston was issued a secured bond of $75,000 by Magistrate H. G. Herring Jr. and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.       
• A larceny of a motor vehicle was reported on West Lyon Station Road. A 2015 Yellow Peterbilt Truck was stolen.    
April 30
• Property damage was reported on West Lyon Station Road. The perpetrator damaged a picture in a hotel room.
May 1 
• PSO D. T. George arrest Kendall Monique Moss, 27, of Butner, for an outstanding failure to appear. Moss was issued a secured bond of $100 by Magistrate R. R. Roberts Jr. and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.    
May 2
• PSO C. B. Slate arrested Lucas Wayne Winters, 21, of Stem, for an outstanding order for arrest. Winters was issued a secured bond of $10,000 by Magistrate H. G. Herring Jr. and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.        
• Property damage was reported on 8th Street. The perpetrator(s) scratched the victim’s vehicle.    
• A larceny was reported on East Lyon Station Road. As a result of the incident, PSO D. Toral arrested Shawn Demont Smith, 45, of Creedmoor, and charged him with larceny. Smith was issued a secured bond of $500 by Magistrate C. F. Knott and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.    
May 4
• PSO J. A. Aaron served a criminal summons on Cavaricci Edwards, 29, of Butner, for stalking. Edwards was issued a court date and ordered to appear in court.      
• PSO C. B. Slate arrested Donald Ray Thompson, 36, of Danville, VA, for an outstanding warrant for possession with intent to distribute Schedule I & II, and distribution of marijuana.  Thompson was issued no bond by Magistrate R. R. Roberts Jr. and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.    
• Property damage was reported on Highway 56. The perpetrator(s) scratched the victim’s vehicle.
• PSO D. T. George arrested Kedric Jamon Hester, 33, of Stem, and charged him with disorderly conduct.  Mr. Hester was issued a secured bond of $2,000 by Magistrate C. F. Knott and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.    
May 5
• Property damage was reported on Flint Court. The perpetrator(s) damaged a window on the victim’s vehicle.    
Special events/notices
On the second Thursday of every month Butner Public Safety will host its monthly Community Watch meetings at Butner Town Hall. Butner Public Safety urges the public to attend these meetings to learn vital information pertaining to the safety of their neighborhoods. During each of these meeting’s information such as recent arrests, crimes, and safety concerns are addressed to the public. Butner Public Safety also accepts any and all information or concerns from the public so that they can be resolved or addressed. For more information, contact Sgt. N. Williams at 919-575-6561 ext. 111. The next scheduled meeting will be determined at a later date. Butner Public Safety encourages everyone to keep their parked vehicles locked.

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