“DURHAM – The Durham County Sheriff’s Office is seeking three more people for the toppling of a Confederate statue on Aug. 14, bringing the number of people charged to 11.
The Sheriff’s Office released to The Herald-Sun Monday three arrests warrants for Qasima Roshan Elise Wideman, 21, Jessica Nicole Jude, 28, and Joseph Baldoni Karlik, 26, on charges of felony inciting a riot with property damage in excess of $1,500, injury to personal property and injury to real property, both misdemeanors. …”
“CORRECTION: The original incident report for the drug violation stated that police responded to an incident of methamphetamine trafficking. The police now say that the arrest report for Alexander Joustra should have stated that the incident involved trafficking MDMA, more commonly known as ecstasy. Police later determined that the substance under investigation was mephedrone. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
A UNC student and his housemate are in jail after being charged with trafficking of a kilogram of methamphetamine imported from Tanzania, according to Chapel Hill police reports.
UNC junior Christopher Thomas Potts, 20, and Alexander Henry Joustra, 22, were arrested at 7:30 p.m. Monday at 1813 Fordham Boulevard, reports state.
The two were also charged with possession with intent to sell and distribute the methamphetamine.
Joustra is being held at Orange County Jail in lieu of $100,150 secured bond, and Potts is being held in lieu of a $50,000 secured bond, a jail official said. …”
Participation in a riot with property damage in excess of $1,500 (Class H Felony)
Inciting others to riot where there is property damage in excess of $1,500 (Class F Felony
Injury to Personal Property in Excess of $200 (Misdemeanor)
Injury to Real Property (Misdemeanor)
Deface or Injure Public Monument (Misdemeanor)”
“DURHAM – Police have arrested a Durham man who was charged last week in connection with protests of the Silent Sam statue at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Gregory Southall Williams was arrested for “wearing a mask/hood in the public ways,” according to a report from the Durham County Sheriff’s Office. Williams was released on a $500 secured bond. The charge is related to an anti-Klan rally that happened Aug. 18 in downtown Durham, said Maj. Paul Martin of the Durham Sheriff’s Office. …”
“Gregory Southall Williams of Durham, 27, was arrested on a charge of wearing a mask and disguise in public and also “resisting, obstructing and delaying arrest.” He was released on a written promise to appear, and his court date is scheduled for Oct. 24, 2017.
Chapel Hill police arrested Claude Wilson, 19, a UNC student, according to Ran Northam of the Chapel Hill Police Department. Wilson was arrested in the 100 block of East Franklin Street, according to a police report. Wilson was charged with resisting arrest and was released. …”