BP station on Waughtown Street victim of armed robbery

"Winston-Salem Police Officers responded at 8:10pm on Nov. 25 to the BP gas station at 900 Waughtown Street on an Armed Robbery call.  Reports state that, Two black males entered the business and one pointed a handgun at the employee and demanded cash. The suspects fled on foot with an unknown amount of money. Subject one is discribed at being wearing a black hooded sweat shirt and jean. Subject 2 was wearing a red hooded jacket and black sweat pants. Both are discribed as being between 16 and 19 years old. There were no injuries. The case will be referred to CID."

- A Police Report

Subway store robbed by armed gunman

"At 6:21 p.m. on 11/25/2015—Police responded to Subway located at 1046 Summit Ave. Greensboro  in reference to a robbery from business.  The suspect entered the business brandishing a firearm and demanded money.   After obtaining an undisclosed amount of money the suspect fled the businesss. No injuries were reported.

The suspect was described as a B/M, 20’s, 5’6”, wearing a brown hoodie, jeans and black mask.

The investigation is ongoing.

The name and address of the victim is being withheld temporarily.

Authority : Lt. T.K. Brown, Watch Commander

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000. "

- A Press Release

Fight in Ziggy's parking lot. Gunshots from an 'unknown nearby location'

"The Winston-Salem Police Department responded to a reported Affray and Discharging a Firearm in the City Limits call at Ziggy’s, located at 170 West 9th Street. Officers located subjects fighting in the parking lot as the club was closing for the night. While officers were trying to disperse the large crowd and stop the subjects from continuing to fight, multiple gun shots were heard by the officers from an unknown nearby location. No injuries or property damage was reported and no suspects have been identified at this time. The crowd was able to be dispersed as additional officers arrived on the scene.

A short time later, Kristy Young, 26, of 616 Dana Court in Winston-Salem, reported to officers that she was robbed at gun point by the above listed suspect as she was leaving Ziggy’s for the night. Ms. Young said the suspect approached her as was walking to her vehicle and displayed a handgun before taking her wallet along with her cell phone. The suspect then ran from the area. Ms. Young was not injured and this investigation is continuing.

Anyone with any information regarding this incident or similar crimes is asked to call the Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700 or Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800.  En Espanol: (336) 728-3904."

- A Police Report

Early morning crowd causes downtown disturbance and road closure

"The Winston-Salem Police Department responded to a large crowd gathering outside of Club Lollipops, located at 515 N. Cherry Street in downtown Winston-Salem, at approximately 3:30am.  At approximately 4:15am the club began to close for the night and its patrons began to exit the club. As the patrons were exiting they began to walk in the travel lanes of the 500 Block of North Cherry Street, which had to be temporarily shut down for safety of the patrons and the motorist traveling in this area.

As the majority of the patrons walked north from the club, several disturbances ignited, which resulted in several officers being utilized to disperse the crowds to prevent any further issues. The 500 Block of North Cherry Street was closed for approximately 30 minutes and officers remained highly visible in the area around the club for about an hour and a half in total to include before and after the club’s closing.  No arrests were made and no one was injured."

- A Police Report

Gunman robs man on Glenwood Ave.

"On November 27, 2015 at 5:24 pm officers responded to 1400 Glenwood Avenue reference a robbery from person.  Upon arrival the victim stated he was at the store  at Grove and Glenwood Avenue when an unknown black male approached him, produced a handgun and robbed him of an undisclosed amount of currency.

The suspect fled in an unknown direction of travel.

The investigation is ongoing.

The name and address of the victim is being withheld temporarily.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 336-373-1000.:"

- A Police Report

Armed gunman robs storeclerk

"Two black males with one wielding a handgun entered the Valero gas station, located at 1500 E. Sprague Street in Winston-Salem Nov. 27 at 9pm. According to the police report, the armed suspect demanded money and cigarettes while the unarmed suspect acted as a lookout at the front door.
After getting an undisclosed amount of money, the suspects fled on foot.

Officers with the Winston-Salem Police Department responded to the armed robbery call and talked to the victim Erika Denise Blackwell of 3510 Courtland Drive, who described the event.

Ms. Blackwell was not injured during this incident.

This case has been referred to Criminal Investigations Division.

The Winston-Salem Police Department requests that anyone with information regarding this crime contact CrimeStoppers at 336-727-2800."

- A Police Report

Motor Vehicle Collision Fatality

GREENSBORO, NC (November 27, 2015) – On Friday Nov. 27 at 8:01pm, Mr. James Ray (B/M/78 of Charlotte, NC) was operating a 2009 Chevrolet HHR southbound on US29.  Mr. Ray failed to yield to northbound US29 traffic when he attempted to complete a left turn onto Anita Lane.  A collision occurred as a result, involving a 2006 Nissan Maxima operated by Ms. India Shanice Valentine Robinson (B/F/21 of Martinsville, VA). 

As a result of the collision Mr. James Ray, Ms. India Robinson and Ms. Portia Bonita Jordan (Front Passenger of the Nissan) were transported to Moses Cone Hospital for Treatment.  Ms. Jordan died as a result of her injuries.  The family was notified of her death by hospital personnel.
Mr. James Ray was cited with a Safe Movement violation (G.S. 20-154) and Misdemeanor Death by Vehicle (G.S. 20-141.4). 
Both Mr. Ray and Ms. Robinson were left in the care of Moses Cone Hospital for further treatment.  The collision is being investigated by the Greensboro Police Department Crash Reconstruction Unit.

 Authority: Officer B. L. Blankenship, Traffic Safety/Crash Reconstruction Unit."

- A Police Report

Man assaults female, then hides in attic until arrest

"On Nov. 25 at 10:18pm, officers with the Winston-Salem Police Department responded to 1502 E. First St. on report of a male subject that had forcibly entered the residence of Deanna Moshay Cotton, 27, and was assaulting her.
Upon officers arrival they heard screams for help from Cotton and entered the residence. The suspect, later identified as Kenyatta Agbara Walters, a 36-year-old male, of 1617 Shady Mount Ave. in Winston-Salem, could not be located in the primary portion of the residence and was believed to be hidden in the attic.

The Winston-Salem Police Department SWAT team was activated and responded to the scene.

They located Walters hidden in the attic. Walters was taken into custody without incident. He was charged with Felony Breaking and Entering, Assault on a Female, Assault by Strangulation, Malicious Injury to Property and Resist/Delay an Officer. A bond and arrest photograph is pending at this time."

- A Press Release