Wake Forest Police Department arrests, Jan. 20-24, 2021

From WSJ Staff Reports

The following arrests were made by the Wake Forest Police Department Jan. 20-24, 2021.

January 20

  • Jimmy Bruce Jones, 49, 3611 Larkspur Dr., Franklinton: order of arrest; $1,000 secured bond.
  • Demetria Mellon, 36, 1855 Garland St., Henderson; possession of controlled substance/jail premises, possession schedule II controlled substance, possession of firearm by felon: $26,000 secured bond.
  • Raheem Kitrell Cooper, 21, 220 S. Cooper Dr., Apt. 7G, Henderson; possession schedule II controlled substance, possession marijuana 1/2-1 1/2 oz.; $6,000 secured bond.

January 21

  • Rudy Vallee Pearce, 27, 487 Leonard Rd., Louisburg; driving while impaired; $1,000 unsecured bond.

January 22

  • Malik Trevon Alston, 23, 1258 Julian Smith Rd., Henderson; obtain property false pretenses, possession of stolen goods felony; $5,000 secured bond.

January 23

  • Cristhian M. Santiago Cruz, 34, 2806 Chicken Dr., Wilson; flee/elude arrest with motor vehicle, speed violation, reckless driving with wanton disregard; $3,000 secured bond.
  • Tory Tyrell Chambers, 35, 1353 Rio Valley Dr., Apt. 304, Raleigh; simple assault, assault on a female; $2,500 unsecured bond.
  • Robert Eugene Wilson, 49, 413 Sagamore Dr., Louisburg; order for arrest; $300 secured bond.
  • Kenneth Leon Fullwood, 21, 6028 River Landings Dr., Raleigh; speed violation, reckless driving wanton disregard; no bond information.

January 24

  • Tonya Lyn Hagwood, 46, 2005 Cindy Ln., Clayton; possession drug paraphernalia, possession schedule II controlled substance; $5,000 unsecured.
  • Sheri Rangel, 46, 7010 Hendry Creek Dr., Fort Meyers, Fla.; possession of heroin; $3,000 unsecured bond.
  • Althea Alston, 40, 4200 Sunset Falls Rd., Wake Forest; driving while impaired, resist, delay, obstruct officer; no bond information.
  • Andrea Simone Hines, 50, 4305 Parrish Manor, Dr., Garner; driving while impaired; $2,000 unsecured bond.
  • Randy Ryan Rangel, 33, 700 Hendry Creek Dr., Fort Myers, Fla.; fugitive warrant; $50,000 secured bond.

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