Wake Forest PD arrests: Jan 7-13

From WSJ Staff Reports

The following arrests were made by the Wake Forest Police Department from Jan. 9 through Jan. 11.

Jan. 9

  • Leslie Dawn Davis, 46, 218 Sparrow Dr., Wake Forest; possession drug paraphernalia, sell or deliver heroin, possession w/ intent to manufacture, sell, and distribute methamphetamine; $15,000 secured bond.
  • Quincy Tyrone Boyce, 25, 3712 Pilot Cove Way, Wake Forest; assault officer serious injury, resisting public officers; $10,000 secured bond
  • Angela Michelle Joyner, 26, 3054 Bruce Garner Rd, Creedmoor; order for arrest, probation violation-fenny; $10,000 secured bond 
  • Anna Marie Wallace, 35, 3054 Bruce Garner Rd, Creedmoor; possession of heroin; $3,000 unsecured bond 
  • Leslie Dawn Davis, 46, 218 Sparrow Dr., Wake Forest; order for arrest; $1,000 secured bond 

Jan. 10

  • Trevan Donnell Hayes, 34, 243 Orville St, Henderson; order for arrest; $1,000 secured 
  • Trey Gary Stewart, 27, 3000 Charles Forest Rd., 14, Wake Forest; assault; no bond
  • Nywd Luray Jackson Jr., 28, 3000 Charles Forest Rd., 14, Wake Forest; assault; no bond

Jan. 11

  • Chad Ashley Hooker, 40, 316 Apple Ridge Rd., Greensboro; possession drug paraphernalia, sell or deliver marijuana, possession drug paraphernalia, order for arrest; $5,000 secured bond
  • Karen Marie Kuehm, 55, 1100 Willowgrass Ln., Wake Forest; DWI; No bond reported
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