by Jordan Green

The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled by Jordan Green

Yoga studio victimized in break-in

Greensboro police officers responded to a burglary alarm at about 1 a.m. on Jan. 31 at Bikram Yoga on West Market Street. They soon tracked down two suspects, Elijah Johnson and an unnamed juvenile, who were charged with felony breaking and entering.

Man found murdered in home

A nurse making a routine house call contacted the police when 36-year-old Clarence Joseph Hart, who is handicapped and confined to a wheelchair, did not answer his door at 3974 Talcott Avenue. Winston-Salem police arrived at the residence early in the afternoon of Feb. 3 and found Hart dead from an apparent gunshot wound. Hart’s was the first homicide of the year for Winston-Salem. On Monday, detectives arrested Madyson Michelle Renegar for Hart’s murder.

Delivery drivers targeted in string of robberies

Greensboro police reported three robberies of delivery drivers last week. A Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches driver said he mistakenly went to the Campus II Apartments on Spring Garden Street and was confronted in the breezeway by two black men, who stole money and property around midnight on Feb. 1. The suspects were described as wearing dark, hooded sweatshirts and one was said to be armed with a handgun. Papa John’s driver Nicole Carter told police she was returning to her vehicle after making a delivery on Burlingate Drive on the evening of Feb. 3 when two black men, one of whom wore dark clothes and a ski mask, approached her car. She said one of the men ordered her to open the door, and they took her cell phone and cash. Later that night, Domino’s Pizza delivery driver Travis Jordan said he was return- ing to his vehicle on Cunningham Street when a black man wearing dark clothes flashed a handgun at him and demanded cash and then left on foot. Anyone with information about the crimes is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 336.373.1000.