The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled by Christian Bryant
SUSPECTS APPREHENDED FOR FIRST DEGREE BURGLARY
Greensboro police have apprehended two suspects, Jeremmy Shields and Monique Fox, who are believed to be involved in a burglary on July 8. Phyliber Clarkson told police that Shields and two others forced their way into his Lees Chapel Road residence and took property from him while brandishing a handgun. The suspects then fled in a car. Shields and Fox are being held on bond.
HOMICIDE AT COOK OUT
Greensboro police responded to a stabbing at the Summit Avenue Cook Out on Sunday. The victim was later identified as Tyrone Lamont Lott, 35. Lott was pronounced dead at Moses Cone hospital. The investigation is ongoing.
ICE CREAM MAN SHOT EN ROUTE
Greensboro police reported that a man was shot while driving an ice cream truck at West Florida Street and Luray Drive on July 8. Carl Jarrell had just finished his route when two men with handguns approached him. Jarrell attempted to get away in the ice cream truck but was shot. He was later treated for non-life threatening injuries. The investigation is ongoing.
BARRICADED WOMAN SURRENDERS AFTER FIVE-HOUR STANDOFF
Greensboro police reported that a woman had barricaded herself inside a Cardella Drive residence and was threatening to kill her family members and commit suicide on Sunday. Upon arrival, police officers observed Carol Christy Miller with a firearm. After five hours, Miller surrendered and the family members left unharmed. Reasons for the initial threats are unknown and the investigation continues.