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Local, federal dragnet catches six fugitives

Posted on June 18, 2022

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Lindsey Kenisha Carrol

Lindsey Kenisha Carrol

Antwan Elijah High

Antwan Elijah High

Lakiya Keneitra Royster

Lakiya Keneitra Royster

Quadree Deonte Arrington

Quadree Deonte Arrington

Chancey Quarmain Whitehead

Chancey Quarmain Whitehead

Sherman Levon Hatch

Sherman Levon Hatch

Lindsey Kenisha Carrol

Lindsey Kenisha Carrol

Antwan Elijah High

Antwan Elijah High

ROCKY MOUNT — City police and federal agencies conducted a fugitive warrant round-up last week, netting six suspects charged with various crimes.

“We appreciate the assistance from our federal partners as the men and women of the RMPD actively and courageously continue to deliver a proactive approach to crime reduction and creating a safer environment in Rocky Mount,” said Capt. Tim Bunt, interim commander for the Special Operations Division of the Rocky Mount Police Department.

Participating federal agencies included the U.S. Marshal’s Eastern Regional Fugitive Task Force, the Department of Homeland Security and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

• Chancey Quarmaine Whitehead, 31, faces a charges of six counts of first-degree sex offense.

• Sherman Levon Hatch, 43, faces a charge of assault with serious bodily injuries.

• Lindsey Kenisha Carroll, 37, faces charges of felony larceny by employee, carrying a concealed weapon, two counts of uttering forged instruments and obtaining property by false pretense.

• Antwan Elijah High, 23, faces charges of failure to heed light or siren, fleeing to elude arrest with a motor vehicle, driving while license revoked not impaired, hit-and-run leaving the scene with property damage, felony breaking and entering, communicating threats, failure to stop at a steady red light, speed in excess of 65 mph and reckless driving to endanger.

• Quadree Deonte Arrington, 28, faces a charge of larceny by employee. 

• Lakiya Keneitra Royster, 18, faces a charge of with larceny by employee.

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