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Person County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a break-in Thursday night at 870 Younger Road.
In the process of securing the home, the deputy discovered multiple firearms in shambles, a broken window and an unlocked front door.
Brandon McDurmon, 22, no current address, allegedly stole several thousand of dollars in electronics, five firearms and $200.
He was charged with three counts of possession of a firearm by felon, one count of breaking and entering, one count of larceny, three counts of larceny of a firearm, one count of injury to real property, one count of obtaining property by false pretenses and one count of probation violation.
McDurmon is being held in the Person County Jail under a $159,000 bond.
All items were later recovered.
Breaking and entering
On Friday night, Roxboro police officers responded to a reported breaking and entering at 411 Ellen St.
Curtains and rods, a bed bench, a dog bed and a dresser were reported missing by the victim.
Investigators believe the victim’s former roommate may be a person of interest.
Investigators are following up on leads.
Roxboro man released on assault charge
Thursday night Person County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Blalock Dairy Road in reference to a domestic disturbance.
Timothy Oakes, 23, 408 Blalock Diary Road, allegedly caught the victim with his girlfriend and assaulted the victim.
Oakes was charged with one count of assault of serious injury.
He was being held in the Person County Jail under a $35,000 bond.
He has since been released.
Altercation leads to an arrest
Sunday night Person County Sheriff’s deputies responded to 3787 Pixley Pritchard Road, in reference to an assault by a minor.
The minor allegedly got into an altercation with the victim over not being allowed to have a beer.
According to the report, the minor resisted while being placed under arrest.
He was cited as a juvenile.
Larceny at Walmart
According to the Roxboro Police Department, officers responded to a larceny at Walmart on Friday night after an Asset Protection officer stopped an unidentified male who was seen leaving the self-checkout with several unpaid items.
According to the Roxboro Police Department, the male left the merchandise behind after being stopped, then left the store in a vehicle.
Officers were not able to locate the vehicle or identify the offender.