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Chatham County arrest blotter for March 2006Chatham County arrest blotter for March 2006
[Apr. 4, 2006] A summary of March 2006's felonious and serious arrests by the Chatham County Sheriff's department.
Kidnapping suspects arrested in Chatham CountyKidnapping suspects arrested in Chatham County
[Mar. 30, 2006] Three dangerous fugitives were arrested on Wednesday morning after an intense investigation that originated in Robeson County came to a close. The U. S. Marshalls notified the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office that they were investigating an Armed Robbery-Kidnapping of a teenage boy on Monday and they had received information that they were in Chatham County.
Deputies arrest Bear Creek man on drug chargesDeputies arrest Bear Creek man on drug charges
[Mar. 29, 2006] The Chatham County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit conducted a month long undercover drug operation in the Bear Creek area and arrested Marcus Craven, 35, of 799 May’s Chapel Road, Bear Creek on Felony Narcotics charges on Thursday.
Chatham stores cited for underaged alcohol salesChatham stores cited for underaged alcohol sales
[Mar. 29, 2006] The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office conducted an undercover alcohol violations operation across Chatham County last week and out of 9 stores, 4 sold alcohol to an under aged person. In Northern Chatham County, all three stores sold alcohol to a 20-year-old minor during the operation.
Bynum woman arrested on drug chargesBynum woman arrested on drug charges
[Mar. 24, 2006] The Chatham County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Unit arrested Candace Abagail White-Clark, 25, of 334 Bynum Church Road, Bynum on Tuesday afternoon. Clark was charged with 2 counts of Felonious Maintaining a Dwelling for Controlled Substances and 2 counts of Felonious Conspiracy to Traffic Cocaine.
Lillington man arrested on drug chargesLillington man arrested on drug charges
[Mar. 23, 2006] The Chatham County Sheriff's Office arrested Milan Rowe Jr., 52, of 629 Bayles Road, Lillington on a felony cocaine charge Wednesday morning. The arrest was a result of an investigation into a cell phone call from a concerned citizen that a man was slumped over the wheel of a gray minivan on Hwy 42 near Corinth.
Two arrested for breaking and enteringTwo arrested for breaking and entering
[Mar. 23, 2006] Two men have been arrested in connection with a Breaking and Entering that occurred at 241 Graham Moore Road, Staley. On February 2, Joyce Goldston of 241 Graham Moore Road, Staley reported the break in of her residence to the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office.
Graham man arrested on forgery chargesGraham man arrested on forgery charges
[Mar. 21, 2006] Chatham County Sheriff’s detectives have arrested Joseph Herring, 23, of Graham, North Carolina on a Felony Larceny charge pursuant to an incident that occurred in February. The original case was reported to the Sheriff’s Office last month when deputies responded to a report of a larceny of several items that included scrap metal, a Mossberg 12 gauge shotgun and several checks from the residence of Robert Thomas of Rives Chapel Road, Siler City.
Former Chatham County employee arrested on kickback caseFormer Chatham County employee arrested on kickback case
[Mar. 18, 2006] Randie Russell, 50, of 411 Greenhill Drive, Siler City, and a former Chatham County Animal Control employee was arrested on Thursday afternoon by the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office. Russell is accused of taking kickbacks from a Florida cleaning supply company in return for buying its products at inflated prices.
Sheriff's ICE team makes narcotics arrestSheriff's ICE team makes narcotics arrest
[Mar. 18, 2006] Deputies from the Chatham County Sheriff’s Interstate Criminal Enforcement (ICE) team charged an Apex man with drug violations after a traffic stop was conducted on Thursday. Deputies stopped Chad Clark, 29, of 42B West Chatham Street, Apex after he and another passenger pulled up to a checkpoint on Mount Gilead Church Road near Pittsboro.
Robbins woman arrested for B&ERobbins woman arrested for B&E
[Mar. 18, 2006] Russell Creason of Creason Road, Siler City reported to the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office a breaking and entering to his residence on December 26. He stated that a Ruger 7MM Bolt Action rifle, valued at $700.00 was stolen.
Operation Safe Street conducted on Thursday eveningOperation Safe Street conducted on Thursday evening
[Mar. 18, 2006] Officers from the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office took to the road for another round of Operation Safe Street Thursday night. While in the past deputies have concentrated on things such as criminal enforcement measures and warrant service, a different approach was used Thursday to help criminal investigators and drug agents in their roles.
Shooting suspect turns himself inShooting suspect turns himself in
[Mar. 16, 2006] Benjamin Uhlenberg, 25, of 804 Shady Lawn Road, Chapel Hill, turned himself in to authorities Wednesday for a shooting that occurred more than three months ago.
ABC store robbery suspect soughtABC store robbery suspect sought
[Mar. 15, 2006] Chatham County Deputies are looking for a man who robbed the ABC Store on Governors Drive in Northern Chatham County on Monday evening.
Bonlee man arrested for auto theftBonlee man arrested for auto theft
[Mar. 9, 2006] The North Carolina State Highway Patrol recovered a stolen 1992 Honda Accord in Randolph County near Ramseur after investigating a traffic accident at that location. The vehicle was stolen earlier that morning from Troy Blankenship II of 114 South Tenth Avenue, Siler City.

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