Crime notes, Oct. 18

October 18, 2013 

Chapel Hill

• David Hooper Schultz, 21, of 319 McCauley St., Apt. B, was charged Oct. 9 with felony second-degree sexual offense, police reported.

• Michael Conway Fowler, 50, of1160 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd was charged Oct. 7 with felony credit card larceny and four counts of misdemeanor failure to appear, police reported.

• Police reported residential break-ins:

- on the 300 block of Wesley Drive Oct. 10.

- on the 100 block of Hogan Ridge Court Oct. 9.

- on the 1300 block of Willow Drive Oct. 8 in which a side door was kicked in and electronics and jewelry valued at $15,650 was stolen.

- on the 1800 block of Legion Road Oct. 7 in which a slide door was forced open and the home ransacked.

- on the 1100 block of N.C. 54 bypass Oct. 5.

• Police reported the larceny of scooters from a parking lot on the 1100 block of N.C. 54 West and from behind a home on Hamilton Road between Oct. 6-7.

• Police reported the larceny of auto parts and accessories from a business on the 100 block of Ephesus Church Road between Oct. 5-7 in which rims, plates and lug nuts were removed fromvehicles.

Carrboro

• Heather Michelle Adams, 39, was charged Oct. 5 with felony possession of methamphetamine, felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance, misdemeanor marijuana possession and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, police reported.

• Mario Decenti Davis, 33, was charged Oct. 4 with felony possession with intent to sell or deliver marijuana and felony selling or delivering marijuana, police reported.

• Police reported four vehicle break-ins on the 100 block of Brewer Lane Oct. 9 and another on the 100 block of Shadow Ridge Place between Oct. 8-9.

Compiled by correspondent Carlton Koonce

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