The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled by Karen Phillips
CHILD MOLESTER ARRESTED
On Aug 9, detectives with the Winston-Salem Police Department received information that a child was being molested by an adult family member. After further investigation by the detectives with the criminal investigations division, John Wilk was identified as the suspect. On Sept. 18, Wilk was arrested for five counts of indecent liberties with a minor, and two counts of sexual offense by a substitute parent. Wilk is in the Forsyth County Detention Center with a $400,000 dollar bond.
MAN ARRESTED FOR TRIPLE SHOOTING
Around 12:40 a.m. on Sept. 20, Greensboro police went to investigate a call about a shooting on the 700 block of Fulton Street. After further investigation, police found out that several people were arguing about a towed vehicle in the area, which escalated into gunfire. Darion Dolberry, 21, Kenneth Maxwell II, 21, and Darrell Lassiter, 26, were taken to Cone hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Rasheed Syheed-Jamil Harris is charged with three counts of attempted murder and confined in the Guilford County Detention Center in Greensboro on a $500,000 secured bond.
SECURITY OFFICER FIRES WEAPON AFTER LOSING FINGER
After monitoring some suspicious activity between two cars in the parking lot in Greensboro on Sept. 21, Lankford security officer Charles Sleuter went to investigate. While attempting to interrogate somone in one of the cars, Sleuter was hit by the car and lost part of his index finger. Sleuter fired multiple shots at the vehicle, but the driver managed to flee the scene going west on East Washington Street. Patrol officers later saw the car at Lee and Aycock streets and conducted a vehicle stop. The driver, Airan Maynard, has been arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, and a hit and run. Isaac Maynard III, 21, the passenger in the front seat, is in police custody for a probation violation. The third occupant of the vehicle fled the scene.