PLAYER’S CLUB SHOOTER TURNS HIMSELF IN
Greensboro police showed up at Player’s Club to break up a fight at about 2:45 a.m. on Feb. 18. Upon arrival, authorities discovered that a security guard had been shot and later died from his wound. Over the weekend, police identified Robert Teon Ingram as the lone homicide suspect. On Monday, with the assistance of lawyers Joe Williams and Bruce Lee, Ingram turned himself in to Greensboro police detectives. He is currently being held in the Guilford County Jail without bond.
BOOZE BUNGALOW BUSTED
Greensboro police raided apartments off Cedar Fork Drive during the morning hours of Feb. 17 after receiving information that an illegal liquor house was being operated. The vice/ narcotics squad seized over 100 bottles of liquor and cases of beer along with other contraband. Anthony Worthington, 36, and Jason Stewart, 31, were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and other illegal drugs. Warrants were obtained on the tenant, Quinton Vernon Lumpkin, 42. The investigation is ongoing.
MULTI-AGENCY INVESTIGATION RESULTS IN ARREST
Greensboro police, with assistance from the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the State Bureau of Investigation and Immigration and Custom Enforcement, arrested and charged Shaun Donovan Hibner with six counts of second degree exploitation of a minor and six counts of third degree exploitation of a minor. Hibner is currently being held in the Guilford County Jail in Greensboro under a $250,000 bond. The investigation is ongoing.
POWER TOOL BURGLAR APPREHENDED
Winston-Salem police arrested Michael Jerome Bulgar on Feb. 18 at 7:10 p.m. after an armed robbery call at Harbor Freight Tools on Peters Creek Parkway. Bulgar is accused of stealing a multi-function power tool while brandishing a weapon. Police learned that Bulgar attempted to steal tools from the K-Mart in the same shopping center only moments prior.