Man charged with assault on a woman

From WSJ Staff Reports

A Raleigh man was charged with assault on female.

James Edward Harrell, 38, 512 Grosvenor, Dr., Raleigh was arrested on Nov. 9 by the Wake Forest Police Department. Harrell was placed under a $4,000 secured bond.

Other arrests made Nov. 5 thru 9 by the Wake Forest Police Department are below.

Nov. 5

• Anthony Moses Alston, 32, 469 Airport Rd., Warrenton, Psisd/marijuana, poss drug paraphernalia; $6,000 secured bond.

•Myron Skipwith, 33, 701 High St., Henderson, Order for arrest;$300 secured bond.

Nov. 6

• Terrell Tillery Strickland, 44, 827 E NC Hwy. 97, Wilson, order for arrest: $1,000 secured bond.

Nov. 7

• Marvin Lopez Lopez, 31, 421 Pearce Ave., Wake Forest, Driving while impaired, designated lane violation; No bond information.

• Clydarious Demont Henderson, 19, 1043 N Pinkston St., Henderson, Awdwikisi, weapon offense, order for arrest; $200,000 secured bond.

• Rikwavis Dontrel Drumgold, 25, 128 North St., Henderson, Failure to appear-misdemeanor; $200 secured bond.

• Humberto Perez-Vasquez, 31, 3016 Holloway St, Durham, order for arrest; $10,000 secured bond.

• Amanda Renee Lilly, 45, 6510 Golden Lantern Ct Apt 201, Raleigh, concealment shoplifting, poss drug paraphernalia, intoxicated and disruptive; $500 secured bond.

• Mary Elizabeth Fredley, 34, 308 S Raleigh St, Angier, driving while impaired;  No bond information.

Nov. 8

• Wendy Reeves Brooker, 56, 2307 Carriage Oaks Dr., Raleigh, DWI-level 5; No bond information.

• Joshua Dee Fuller, 31, 733 Beaver Dam Run, Durham, order for arrest, $1,000 secured bond.

• Sedarius Artez Boyd, 24, 105 Fox Run, Henderson, order for arrest: %500 secured bond.

• Shaquille Denzal Fuller, 25, 4013 W Antioch Dr., Oxford, poss of firearm by felon, carrying concealed weapon: No bond.

Nov. 9

• Marvin Ruinous Brown, 49, 5732 Forest Point Rd., Raleigh, failure to appear-misdeamor; $25,000 secured bond.

• James Edward Harrell, 38, 512 Grosvenor, Dr., Raleigh, possess sch Ii cs, rising public officers, dwi; $14,000 secured bond.

• Benita Donta Lynch, 35, 529 Powell Dr., Rocky Mount, possession of cocaine-felony; $3,000 secured bond.

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