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Deputies busy with break-ins, larcenies / April 12, 2010
The Halifax County Sheriff’s Department is continuing to get calls about recent break-ins and larcenies. Last week Lawrence Ewell of 5099 Birch Elmo Road, South Boston, reported to Sgt. Darnell Barksdale that someone had stolen his red garden tiller sometime during the early part of the week.

Also Deputy Grey Nunn was called to the home of Tonya Hudson at 104 Love Shop Park Road to investigate a break-in. Numerous Nintendo game systems, accessories, games and movies had been stolen. It is unclear how entry was gained.

Cpl. Chris Yeatts is investigating a report from Melvin Barbour of 1559 Golden Leaf Road, Nathalie, who said that someone stole a chrome metal tailgate guard from the rear of his 1986 Ford pickup sometime over the last few days.

Officials with the North Halifax Volunteer Fire Department reported that someone had shot through a PVC fire hydrant located in the 3000 block of Tobacco Road, Nathalie recently. This has made the hydrant inoperable. Deputy Jeff Burton is the investigating officer.

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