WILMINGTON — The following report is generated from reports provided by the Wilmington Police Department. All those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. Incidents are presumed to be under investigation. Charges may be dropped or changed in court.
Wilmington police recently arrested the following people:
• Jacqueline Coleman, 37, of Wilmington, for allegedly using or possessing drug paraphernalia after Coleman allegedly overdosed Saturday.
• James South, 20, of Charleston, for allegedly driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol on Clark Street on Friday, February 5.
• Cynthia Delarosa, 30, of Washington Court House, for alleged theft from a Progress Way business on Friday, February 5.
• Brandon Warner, 31, of Washington Court House, for alleged theft from a Progress Way business and possessing drug abuse instruments Friday, February 5.
• Dwight Bullard II, 40, of Wilmington, for alleged domestic violence on Sunday.
• Nathanuel Hudson, 23, of Wilmington, for an alleged, fifth-degree felony charge of receiving stolen property from a S. South St. location on Friday, February 5.
• Maleah Gibson, 20, of Martinsville, for allegedly misleading a public official by falsification Thursday, February 4.
• Sarah Glover, 34, of Wilmington, for allegedly stealing from a Progress Way business. Glover was arrested Thursday, February 4.
Wilmington police recently received the following reports:
• A S. South Street employee reported a woman stealing a peanut butter bunny Monday.
• About $15 in loose change and an iPhone charger were stolen from a car parked overnight, Friday, February 5, on E. Main Street, a woman told police.
• Monday, a woman said items were stolen overnight from her car, which was parked on W. Main Street.
• A man was reunited with his wallet Sunday after someone found it and turned it into police. Nothing was missing, according to the man.
• Someone reported a reckless driver on E. Main Street, Friday, February 5.
• A man was caught on store video shoplifting from an East Locust Street business on Thursday, February 4.
Reach Nathan Kraatz at 937-382-2574, ext. 2510 or on Twitter @NathanKraatz.