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Hicks Convicted of Narcotics & Firearm Charges

-Press Release, U.S. Dept. of Justice

United States Attorney Robert J. Higdon, Jr. announced that KACEY HICKS, 34, of Henderson, North Carolina was convicted in federal court following a 2-day trial before Chief United States District Judge Terrance W. Boyle. The jury heard evidence that HICKS kept a residence in the Flint Hill neighborhood of Henderson. After receiving a complaint regarding drug activity at that residence, law enforcement conducted an investigation which led to a search warrant of the premises, where HICKS was found hiding under a bed in close physical proximity to a firearm.

Officers seized distributable quantities of cocaine and marijuana, ammunition, two additional firearms, drug paraphernalia, and US currency during the course of their search. The jury found HICKS guilty of possession with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana; felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition; and maintaining a dwelling for drug distribution.

HICKS faces a maximum sentence of 20 years imprisonment followed by no less than 3 years of supervised release on the drug counts, and a maximum sentence 2 of 10 years imprisonment followed by no more than 3 years of supervised release on the firearm count.

This case was brought using the Take Back North Carolina Initiative of The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina. This initiative emphasizes the regional assignment of federal prosecutors to work with law enforcement and District Attorney’s Offices on a sustained basis in those communities to reduce the violent crime rate, drug trafficking, and crimes against law enforcement.

Investigation of this case was conducted by the Henderson Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives (ATF). Assistant United States Attorneys Thomas Crosby and Laura Howard handled the prosecution of this case for the government.

HPD: $800,000 Bond Set in Lynn Haven Ave Drug Arrest

-Press Release, Henderson Police Department

Today at noon, members of the Henderson Police Department’s Narcotics Unit conducted a vehicle stop at the corner of Dabney Drive and Oxford Rd. This traffic stop yielded a quantity of marijuana, heroin, cocaine, and a firearm. These seizures lead to a search warrant of a residence at 2025 Lynn Haven Ave that yielded other firearms, and more narcotics.

Amil K. Davis, age 39 of 2025 Lynn Haven Ave, was arrested and has been charged with the following;

  • 3 counts of Trafficking Heroin

    On May 2, 2019, members of the Henderson Police Department’s Narcotics Unit arrested Amil K. Davis, age 39 of 2025 Lynn Haven Ave, on multiple charges related to drugs. (Photo courtesy HPD)

  • Maintaining a Dwelling
  • PWIMSD Heroin
  • Possession of Heroin
  • 3 counts of Trafficking Cocaine
  • PWIMSD Cocaine
  • Possession of Cocaine
  • Manufacture Cocaine
  • Felony Possession of Marijuana
  • PWIMSD Marijuana
  • Manufacture Marijuana
  • PWIMSD MDMA
  • Possession Schedule I
  • Possession of Firearm by Felon
  • Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon

He is currently being held under an $800,000.00 bond at the Vance County Jail.

Members of the Henderson Police Department’s Narcotics Unit conducted a vehicle stop at the corner of Dabney Drive and Oxford Rd. This traffic stop yielded a quantity of marijuana, heroin, cocaine, and a firearm. These seizures lead to a search warrant of a residence at 2025 Lynn Haven Ave that yielded other firearms, and more narcotics. (Photo courtesy HPD)

 

HPD: Forced Entry at Deer Crossing Court; Resident Injured

-Press Release, Henderson Police Department

On Saturday the 27th of April 2019, around 10:45 p.m., four individuals forced entry to the residence of Adrian Burwell (40) and Rageane Watson (24) at 1422 Deer Crossing Court. Once inside, the suspects searched the residence. It was reported that nothing was taken from the residence.

During the apparent robbery, Rageane Watson was struck by a discharged firearm. Ms. Watson was treated and transported to an area medical facility for further treatment where her condition is listed as stable.

Our investigation into this matter is still ongoing and it should be noted this incident does not appear to be random. This is all of the information we can disclose at this time.

As we follow up on leads, we strongly encourage anyone with information to contact the Henderson Police Department at 252-438-4141, or through Crime Stoppers at 252-492-1925. You can also contact us through Facebook Messenger, or the Henderson-Vance Crime Stoppers P3 app.

Authority: Chief M.W. Barrow

Pair Arguing in Arby’s Parking Lot Arrested, Vehicle Found Stolen

-Information courtesy the Henderson Police Department’s Facebook page

At approximately 5 a.m. on Friday, April 26, officers of the Henderson Police Department were dispatched to the area of Arby’s at 403 Raleigh Road following reports of a male and female arguing.

When officers arrived, they located a 2003 Ford Expedition and quickly discovered it was stolen out of Greenville, NC. They contacted the owner, Cathy Scott of Greenville, and found that her granddaughter, Laure Pollock and her boyfriend were suspected of stealing the vehicle.

Laure Pollock (age 24 of Nashville) was quickly located in the Food Lion parking lot. She was arrested and charged with (f) Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle, and received a bond of $20,000. Her boyfriend, Michael Murphy (age 27 of Goldsboro) was later found in the same vicinity and charged with (f) Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle, and received a bond of $20,000.

 

Drugs, Firearms Among Items Seized in McCoin Ave. Search

-Press Release, Henderson Police Department

On March 12, 2019, members of the Henderson Police Department Special Operations Division along with the Special Response Team executed a search warrant at the residence of 1214 McCoin Ave. Henderson, NC.

During the execution of the search warrant over 1,163 grams of THC butter and edibles, 2.5 grams of cocaine, 7 Ecstasy pills, over $3,000 in US Currency, miscellaneous paraphernalia, two firearms, and several rounds of ammunition were located and seized.

Raheen Kabar Satterfield, 39, of 1214 McCoin Ave. Henderson, NC was arrested and charged.

Satterfield was charged with PWIMSD Cocaine, PWIMSD Marijuana, Manufacturing Schedule II, Manufacturing Schedule VI, Possession of Schedule I, Felony PWIMSD Controlled Substance within 1000 ft of a school, Maintaining a Vehicle/Dwelling.

His bond was set in the amount of $125,000.00 secured.

Raheen Kabar Satterfield, 39, of 1214 McCoin Ave. Henderson, NC was arrested and charged on March 12, 2019, with PWIMSD Cocaine, PWIMSD Marijuana, Manufacturing Schedule II, Manufacturing Schedule VI, Possession of Schedule I, Felony PWIMSD Controlled Substance within 1000 ft of a school, Maintaining a Vehicle/Dwelling. (Photo courtesy HPD)

During the execution of the search warrant at 1214 McCoin Ave. Henderson, NC 1,163 grams of THC butter and edibles, 2.5 grams of cocaine, 7 Ecstasy pills, over $3,000 in US Currency, miscellaneous paraphernalia, two firearms, and several rounds of ammunition were located and seized. (Photo courtesy HPD)

Virginia Pair Arrested for Purse Snatching at Henderson Walmart

-Press Release, Henderson Police Department

On March 6, 2019, around 3:36 p.m., officers with the Henderson Police Department responded to Walmart, 200 N. Cooper Drive, in reference to a purse snatching that had occurred. Arriving officers were able to develop the suspect’s information quickly and this information was provided with surrounding officers.

Within an hour, the suspect was located at Roses, 1245 Dabney Drive, along with a female accomplice using the victim’s credit card. Officers arrested the two Virginia residents: Rodney Eugene French, 49, and Kristina Stewart, 40.

Rodney French was charged with larceny from the person, two counts of obtaining property by false pretenses, and one count of attempted obtaining property by false pretenses. French received a $60,000 secured bond pending a court hearing on March 25, 2019, and no bond for a fugitive warrant from Virginia for Forgery.

Kristina Stewart was charged with felony aid and abet a larceny, and received a $10,000 secured bond pending a court hearing on March 25, 2019.

The items that were taken were returned to the victim after proper processing. Virginia authorities were notified of Rodney French’s arrest.

Rodney French was charged with larceny from the person, two counts of obtaining property by false pretenses, and one count of attempted obtaining property by false pretenses. French received a $60,000 secured bond pending a court hearing on March 25, 2019, and no bond for a fugitive warrant from Virginia for Forgery. (Photo courtesy HPD)

Kristina Stewart was charged with felony aid and abet a larceny, and received a $10,000 secured bond pending a court hearing on March 25, 2019. (Photo courtesy HPD)

 

Anthony Lamont Henderson Arrested on Multiple Counts of Rape, Sex Offense

-Information courtesy the Henderson Police Department’s Facebook page 

On February 14, 2019, 34-year-old Anthony Lamont Henderson was arrested by the Henderson Police Department, with the assistance of The United States Marshal Service, at 127 South Cooper Drive, Apartment 25, Henderson, NC.

Anthony Lamont Henderson was wanted on charges of two counts of 1st Degree Forcible Rape, 1st Degree Forcible Sex Offense, Felonious Restraint, Felony Breaking and Entering, and Assault on a Female from an incident that was reported to have occurred in December 2018.

Anthony Lamont Henderson was also served with warrants from a 2017 case on the offenses of 1st Degree Sex Offense with a Child and Indecent Liberties with a Child.

Anthony Lamont Henderson received a $300,000.00 secured bond on the 2017 charges and was confined to the Vance County Jail without bond on the 2018 offenses because they were domestic in nature.

He was given a $750,000.00 secured bond on those charges when brought before a District Court Judge in Vance County on February 18, 2019.

He is remanded to the Vance County Jail with a combined $1,050,000 secure bond and has a court date of February 27, 2019, in Vance County District Court.

On February 14, 2019, 34-year-old Anthony Lamont Henderson was arrested by the Henderson Police Department, with the assistance of The United States Marshal Service, at 127 South Cooper Drive, Apartment 25, Henderson, NC. Henderson was wanted on charges of two counts of 1st Degree Forcible Rape, 1st Degree Forcible Sex Offense, Felonious Restraint, Felony Breaking and Entering, and Assault on a Female. (Photo courtesy HPD)

West End Community Watch: HPD Provides Tips for Avoiding Break-ins

-Write up courtesy Claire Catherwood, West End Community Watch Group

The West End Community Watch group met on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, in the Fellowship Hall of West End Baptist Church in Henderson.

Sgt. Marti Stewart presented the crime report. There had been the usual home and vehicle break-ins.

Asked what the police do following a home break-in, Stewart said police patrols will be increased in the area. Break-ins occur on homes with and without security systems. Any debris noticed in front of homes should be removed immediately as it had been noticed that bottles and shoes left in yards appear to signal that the house has been “cased” and is a good target for theft.
Thieves take notice of the distance between homes, the presence of dogs, lighting, etc. Break-ins happen at all times of the day.
Vehicles that are break-in targets are usually left unlocked, so lock all vehicles. Generally, locked cars that are broken into had something of value left on a seat where it was visible or there was a jacket or sweater that looked like something may have been left under it. Remove everything from vehicles and lock all doors. Lock up mowers and bikes, too.
It seems car and home break-ins occur in one area of the city, and then the perpetrator moves to another area where they occur, again, for a period of time. Most are believed to be thefts by one person.
Report strangers walking in the neighborhood. Report anything that looks odd, suspicious or just not right. Call 911!
If you will be out-of-town for a period of time, inform the police so they can add patrols to the area. The best way to do this is to ask your area police officers for their cell phone numbers and text them. Include dates the house will be vacant and who, if anyone, has a key.

Harrington Charged With Triple Homicide in 2018 Harrell St. Murders

-Press Release, Henderson Police Department

On February 13, 2019, investigators from the Henderson Police Department and the State Bureau of Investigations served warrants on Antarious Harrington, age 23, for the murders of Devonte Jamal Jones, Tyheem Shabazz Person, and Dyrel Jermal Kittrell that occurred last year on March 14, 2018, at 227 Harrell Street.

Antarious Harrington is currently serving a previously imposed sentence in a North Carolina Department of Corrections facility.

Investigators have worked tirelessly on this case over the past year to find the person(s) responsible for this heinous act. We are greatly appreciative of Vance County Sheriff Curtis Brame, and the SBI for their assistance in this case. The investigation of this case will continue and we are still actively seeking the public’s assistance with any information they may have.

If anyone has any information related to this case, they are urged to contact the Henderson Police Department at 252-438-4141 or 252-492-0202, Crime Stoppers at 252-492-1925, or through the use of the P3 app on a smartphone or tablet device.

Callers may remain anonymous and Crime Stoppers offers rewards for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of suspects involved in criminal acts.

On February 13, 2019, investigators from the Henderson Police Department and the State Bureau of Investigations served warrants on Antarious Harrington, age 23, for the murders of Devonte Jamal Jones, Tyheem Shabazz Person, and Dyrel Jermal Kittrell that occurred last year on March 14, 2018, at 227 Harrell Street. (Photo courtesy HPD)

 

 

Jarvis Dante Perry, Suspect in Vance Co. Murder, Found in Oxford

Henderson Police Chief Marcus Barrow told WIZS News that as of 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 13, 2019, Jarvis Dante Perry was in custody.

Perry is a suspect in a shooting case in Henderson.

According to an earlier press release from Chief Barrow, Saturday, February 9 around 2 a.m. in the 400 block of Charles Street, shots were fired into a vehicle occupied by Ileana Jones, age 37, and two others.

Ileana Jones was struck by the gunfire and later succumbed to her injuries at a medical facility.

Barrow said Wednesday afternoon that Henderson Police received “reliable information that he was located in Oxford. We went and swore out a search warrant for the location in Oxford.”

Barrow said, “Our guys went over there, got up with Oxford PD, and went and executed the search warrant, and took him into custody without issue.”

Wednesday night, Barrow issued the following press statement, “Today, the 13th day of February, the Special Operations Division of the Henderson Police Department developed information that Javius Dan’te Perry was located in the apartment complex on Hillside Drive, Oxford NC. Agents contacted Oxford Police Department and ascended on this location, taking Javius Dan’te Perry into custody. Perry was brought back to Henderson for questioning and will be taken to the Vance County Jail after his appearance before the Magistrate.

“The Henderson Police Department is grateful for the assistance and support received from the SBI, Vance County Sheriff’s Office, the Oxford Police Department, and especially the family of the victim.”