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October 4, 2012

Man arrested for warrants during disturbance

ORANGE — City of Orange police officers responded to a disturbance call at approximately 11:30 p.m. Monday at the 200 block of Morrell.

A man involved in the disturbance left the scene before the officers arrived.

Officers located the individual five minutes later near 4th and Burton.

The man was arrested for public intoxication due to his slurred speech and appearing unsteady on his feet, according to police reports.

While en route to jail, the officers were informed the man had two warrants.

The man was also charged with felony assault, bond $5,000, and criminal mischief, no bond.

Threats leaves woman in fear

A woman went to the Orange Police Department on Monday to report her life was threaten on Thursday at the 1400 block of 4th Street.

The woman, according to police reports, was on her porch when she was approached by three individuals who started threatening her.

The report also states that two of the individuals stated ‘that her life would be taken.’

The case remains under investigation.



Boarded up window helps officers locate two men with outstanding warrants

An Orange woman called police to complain two men had boarded up her window and was unable to look into her backyard located at the 1400 block of Hart at approximately 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

An officer located the men nearby to speak with them.

A check on the individuals showed they both had outstanding warrants for their arrest.

The first male was taken into custody for Expired Motor Vehicle Inspection in Orange and Pinehurst as well as for a Failure to Appear in Court in Pinehurst.

The second male was taken into custody for Hinder Creditor warrant for Orange County.

Orange man’s home burglarized

An officer from the City of Orange Police Department met with a man at 4:12 p.m. on Tuesday, in reference to his residence being burglarized.

According to police reports several items were stolen including a computer valued at $500, 1100 Semi Auto 12 gauge valued at $800, Single shot 12 gauge shotgun valued at $200, semi automatic pistol valued at $200, and jewelry at an unknown value.

The case remains under investigation.

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