The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER AC- CUSED OF SEX WITH STUDENT
The Guilford County Sheriff’s Office arrested former Eastern Guilford High School teacher Roger Brice Redding Williams Jr. and charged him with statutory rape of a child, indecent liberties with a child and sex offense with a student on Jan. 31. The sheriff’s office said Williams had been employed at a teacher at the high school at the time of the offense, which allegedly took place during the 2010-2011 school year. Principal Marilyn Foley sent a phone message to parents on the day of the arrest, according to a news release by Guilford County Schools. Williams is no longer employed by the school district.
GUN AT SCHOOL LEADS TO ARREST FOR FAILURE TO SECURE WEAPON
Winston-Salem police charged a 22-year-old man with failure to secure a weapon to protect a minor after an unloaded .22 caliber pistol was located in a book bag in a classroom at Carver High School. Police arrested and charged Raul Olivera Mejia on Feb. 1. A day earlier a school resource officer had broken up a fight between two students at the school, and learned that one of them had a firearm. The high school was placed on emergency lockdown for 43 minutes before the weapon was located. Police obtained a secure custody order charging the student with possession of a weapon on school property. The student was placed in the Forsyth County Juvenile Detention Center.
WINSTON-SALEM MAN PISTOL-WHIPPED AND SHOT
Rayshawn Antonio Robinson was pistol-whipped by an unidentified black while leaving his friend’s apartment at 2509 Green Oaks Court in southeast Winston-Salem at 9:48 p.m. on Monday. Robinson told police he was at the bottom of an outside stairwell leading to the parking lot when the man pulled a black handgun on him and started beating him. The two men struggled, Robinson was shot in the right arm and the unidentified man fled the area. Robinson was taken to Baptist Hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries.