Wake Forest man arrested for indecent exposure

Wake Forest arrests for Jan. 27-31

From WSJ Staff Reports

Wake Forest police arrested a Wake Forest man for indecent exposure on Wednesday Jan. 27.

Jalen Cristofer Lee, 23, of 712 Tree Green Lane, Wake Forest, was charged for an incident that happened in Morrisville. No bond information is available.

Other arrests made by the Wake Forest Police Department between Jan. 27-31 are:

January 27

• Kelly Wayne Roberts,62, homeless, three charges of order for arrest, $11,000 secured bond.

• Valerie Denise Dotson, 63, 1218 Carlton Ave. Apt. 104, Raleigh; worthless check, $500 secured bond.

January 28

• Ronald Kenneth Williams, 23, 204 Mitchell Ave.. Franklinton; order for arrest, $300  secured bond.

January 29

• Vincent Nicholas Watson, 43, 302 W. Oak Ave., Wake Forest; possession with intent to sell or deliver marijuana, possession with intent to sell or deliver cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia; $6,000 secured bond.

• Antione Terrell Taylor, 41, 26 Mulberry Ct., Durham; death by vehicle, $5,000 unsecured.

January 30

• Rshad Javon Micael Yarborough, 29, 2680 W. River Rd., Franklinton; resisting public officers, driving while license revoked; $1,500 secured bond.

January 31

• Hunter Ray Flores, 19, 550 Old Dairy Dr., Wake Forest; possession schedule I controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia. $5,000 unsecured bond.

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