Looks like we had a rash of motor vehicle break-ins lately. The Wake Forest Police Department state the best thing you can do to avoid losing stuff from your vehicle is to lock the doors. You would be surprised how many people leave valuable stuff in unlocked vehicles.
It was also a bad stretch for people being arrested for driving while impaired.
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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.
- Motor vehicle break in at 3204 Heritage Trade Drive on March 13.
- Motor vehicle break in at 11685 Northpark Drive on March 13.
- Motor vehicle break in at 932 Gateway Commons Cir on March 13.
- Motor vehicle break in at 2021 Rainy Lake Street on March 15.
Wake Forest Crime Map
- March 14, 2014 – Officer Webb cited a 22 year-old Wake Forest man with 5 grams of weed and released him. He was arrested at 2117 S. Main Street, Wake Forest. The WFPD Officer then arrested the guy again a few hours latter.
- March 15, 2014 – Officer Webb arrested a 22 year-old Wake Forest man was arrested and charged with DWI, possession of drug paraphernalia, and reckless driving.
- March 15, 2014 – Officer Hayes arrested a 33 year-old Wake Forest man and charged him with DWI and driving with a revoked license.
- March 16, 2014 – Officer Webb was busy again. This time arresting a 36 year-old woman with very bloodshot eyes from Youngsville. She was charged with DWI and hauled down to be booked.