On September 8, the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office responded to Snow Tractor & Equipment at Hwy 11 Ayden in reference to a breaking and entering.
When arriving to the business at 8:00 a.m., employees discovered that the lock on the gate was missing and that two lawn mowers, Grass Hopper 327 Fuel Injected 27HP Kohler motor worth $11,735 and a Gravely Pro-Turn 60” 25HP Briggs and Stratton Motor worth $6,799 had been stolen.
A double axel Harley Davidson enclosed Trailer wa...s stolen by suspects are using to transport the equipment. This trailer was stolen the same night from the Harley-Davidson dealership in Winterville.
The three male suspects are driving a Pewter (Gold/Silver) color 1998-1999 Chevy Silverado Z71 extended Cab.
Suspect A is describe as 6’2” to 6’4”and heavy set. Suspect B is described as 5’10” – 6’ and medium build according to video surveillance cameras from the tractor business. Suspect C is undetermined.
If anyone has information, please contact Crime Stoppers at (252) 758-7777 or the PCSO at (252) 830-4141.
|Crime:||Assault With A Deadly Weapon Inflicting Serious Injury, Discharge Fire|
|Location:||1008 Graves Street and 100 Kristin Drive|
|Date:||11/05/2013 at 9PM-12AM|
The Greenville Police Department is investigating two incidents where a firearm was discharged within the city overnight. One of which resulted in a 22 year old male being shot in the shoulder while standing in his yard in the 100 block of Kristin Drive at 2130 hours. In that incident, the victim suffered a single shot to the shoulder and the injury is considered to be non life threatening. Additional shots were fired into a vehicle in the yard. The second incident occurred at 1008 Graves Street at approximately midnight. In that incident, the home was struck by gunfire multiple times, but there were no reported injuries in the incident.
Both cases are similar in nature and investigators are following up on developing leads this morning.
Anyone with information on either of these incidents should call the Greenville Police Department, at 252-329-4315, or Pitt-Greenville CrimeStoppers, at 252-758-7777.