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Butner Public Safety report: June 2-9

Posted on June 14, 2022

Updated on June 19, 2022

Crime

The following is a list of incidents and arrests from June 2-9 by Butner Public Safety officers. All information is from public law enforcement records.
June 2
• Larceny was reported on Highway 56. The perpetrator stole the victim’s wallet.
June 3
• PSO J. R. Shelton arrested Da’Michael Rasheem Haskins, 25, of Durham, for an outstanding warrant for communicating threats. Haskins was issued a no bond by Magistrate C. F. Knott and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.      
• Sgt. K. M. Rigsbee arrested Gregory Thomas Kelly, 34, of Creedmoor, for an outstanding warrant for possession of cocaine and an outstanding failure to appear. Kelly was issued a secured bond of $11,000 by Magistrate C. P. Bostic and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.    
• PSO A. R. Spitzer arrested Jose Antonio Vasquez-Perez, 41, of Creedmoor, and charged him with DWI and DWLR. Perez was issued a written promise to appear in court by Magistrate R. R. Roberts Jr. and released.    
June 4
• Communicating threats was reported on Central Avenue. The perpetrator threatened the victim.  
• PSO D. Toral arrested Charlotte Pilgrim, 51, of Creedmoor, for an outstanding order for arrest. Pilgrim was issued a secured bond of $1,500 by Magistrate R. W. Pearce and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.  
June 5
• Breaking and entering and larceny were reported in the Granville Oaks Apartments. Twenty-five vehicles were broken into, and wallets, purses and cash were stolen. All the vehicles were unlocked.    
• Property damage was reported on 30th Street. The perpetrator(s) damaged the victim’s vehicle.    
• Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported on East F Street. The victim let a family member drive his vehicle and the family member didn’t return the vehicle.  
June 6
• A breaking and entering and larceny was reported on East D Street. The perpetrator entered the property and stole tires and rims.  
• Two reports of breaking and entering, larceny, and property damage were reported at Central Regional Hospital (CRH). The perpetrator broke the windows on two vehicles and stole purses.  As a result of the investigation, Sgt. N. Williams obtained warrants on Demario Devon Mclean, 31, of Durham, charging him with two counts of breaking and entering, two counts of larceny, two counts of possession of stolen goods, and two counts of injury to personal property.  
• PSO M. B. Butler arrested Eddieberto Manuel Coriano, 24, of Butner, and charged him with speeding to elude arrest and resist, delay, and obstruct. Coriano also had an outstanding failure to appear. Coriano was issued a secured bond of $22,000 by Magistrate C. F. Knott and placed in the Granville County Detention Center.    
June 7 
• Property damage was reported on Arnhem Lane. The perpetrator(s) broke a window on the victim’s vehicle.  
June 8 
• Two reports of larceny of motor vehicle were reported on 28th Street. The perpetrator(s) stole two disabled vehicles from the victim’s yard.    
June 9
• PSO J. R. Shelton served three criminal summons on Kathylean Burnette Harris, 57, of Creedmoor, for assault and two counts of communicating threats. Burnette was issued a court date and ordered to appear in court. 
Special events and 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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