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The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled by Joe Murphy

Kidnapping and vehicular larceny arrest in Winston-Salem

Raymond Levi Roberts, 41, was arrested and charged with first-degree kidnapping, vehicular larceny, reckless driving and hit-and-run after an incident at about 5 p.m. on Sept. 2. Police found a stolen car, containing a two-year-old child, crashed near the intersection of 5 th Street and Dunleith Avenue. Winston-Salem police located Roberts in the area. He was positively identified by a witness and placed under a $250,000 bond. The toddler was treated for minor injuries by an emergency response team and released to the care of a guardian. Robert’s court date is Sept. 24.

Breaking and entering arrests in Greensboro

Joseph Collier, 33, was arrested Sept. 1 for several breaking and entering incidents that occurred on Randleman Road between June 29 and July 29. He was subsequently charged with 15 counts of breaking and entering and larceny and put in Guilford County jail under $5,000 bond. Greensboro police also arrested Kelsey Deonte McRae, 17, on Sept. 2 for several breakins on Randleman that occurred between Aug. 10 and Aug. 27. McRae was charged with four counts of breaking and entering, transported to Guilford County jail and later released.

Robbery in Winston-Salem foiled

Winston-Salem police responded to a robbery in progress at Syd’s Tobacco Outlet on Silas Creek Parkway at about 8 p.m. on Sept. 1. After establishing a perimeter around the area, police located and arrested Jo Bryant Hernandez, 21. Further investigation led to the arrests of Hasam Kaid, 19, and Yvette Alcantara, 29, in connection with the incident. All three were charged with commonlaw robbery, and Alcantara was also charged with marijuana and paraphernalia possession. Kaid and Alcantara were placed in Forsyth County jail under $250,000 bond with a Sept. 15 court date. No bond or court date has been set for Hernandez at this time. The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 336.727.2800.

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