Thursday was a busy crime day in Wake Forest. From a stolen ring, vehicle, beer, wine and then some worthless checks and embezzlement, the police made up for the slow day before.
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Keep in mind the crime rate in Wake Forest is very, very low. Don’t let the fact some people got into trouble, freak you out. Arrested does not equal convicted. All individuals arrested or charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
- Shoplifting at Kangaroo. 918 Durham Road, Wake Forest. Took Smirnoff packets, e-cigarette.
- Shoplifting at Sheetz. 1895 S. Franklin Street, Wake Forest. Took 25 oz Bud Light and wine.
- Women’s bicycle was found at 4523 Middletown Dr, Wake Forest.
- Ring was stolen from 68 year-old woman who lives in Fayetteville
Wake Forest Crime Map
- Suspect in stolen property above from Kangaroo and another larceny was arrested. Person was a 28 year-old female from Wake Forest.
- A 51 year-old from Kitrell was arrested at 11915 Retail Drive, Wake Forest and charged with embezzlement. Home Depot.
- A 48 year-old male from Henderson wrote a worthless check at 10000 Capital Blvd, Wake Forest. The subject was issued 5 criminal summons and released.
- A 53 year-old male from Wake Forest was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle and obtaining property under false pretenses.