On Tuesday, 09/03/19 at 4:02 PM, the Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office was called to Suggs Rd. near Colonial Rd. Upon arrival, they found a female, Christina Hazel Cuthrell (age 31), who told them that her boyfriend had taken their infant child and run into the woods. During the investigation, deputies determined this to be false. A search was performed on Cutthrell’s vehicle and person yielding methamphetamine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.
Cuthrell was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Pitt County for Obtaining Property by False Pretense (F) and was charged with Possess Methamphetamine, Possess > ½ oz. Marijuana, and Possess Drug Paraphernalia. She was placed under a $3,500 secured bond.
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Someone sent this to my inbox and I think I seen it on Fighting Crime but I can’t find it now. It is obvious that some LEA members report to this page information before it hits otherwise so why nothing about this. Interesting!
On 03/18/19, Corporal R. Dozier II was working as the School Resource Officer at Southwest Edgecombe High School. School staff brought to Corporal Dozier’s attention that Jerome Faison Jr, a custodian at the school, had made threats to other staff and possibly had a gun. Corporal Dozier was able to get consent and to search Faison’s vehicle where he located a loaded handgun.
Faison was charged with Weapon on Educational Property and Carry Concealed Weapon. He was transported to the magistrate’s office where he was given a $5,000 unsecured bond and released.
Sheriff Atkinson applauds school staff and Corporal Dozier for taking quick action and resolving this incident safely.
Note: Don’t get it twisted the Sheriff Office has a job to do and they did their part. It is the school system job to inform the parents about situations that take place at school where their children are during the day.
I challenge the SouthWest Class of 1981 President to reach out to our fellow classmates to seek donations to be given to this cause. The cheerleaders cheer for football and basketball. They look really, really good this year however going to the Nationals and winning has been a tradition for several years now.
PLEASE consider making a donation to help support the Southwest Edgecombe Varsity Cheerleaders as they prepare to compete in Myrtle Beach at the National level!!!! These girls have worked very hard to get this far and they need your support! No amount is too small. Personal and business donations accepted! Arrangements for pickup can be made.
♡ Athletes lift weights. Cheerleader lift athletes! ♡ Practice like you’ve never won, but preform like youve never lost!!!!