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- An incident of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill occurred on West Franklin Street on Saturday night according to Chapel Hill police reports.

Someone threatened the victim with a knife at 6 p.m. reports state.



- A man was arrested early Monday and charged with selling cocaine according to Chapel Hill police reports.

Reports state that Chad Vernon Clark31 of Siler City was stopped while driving on Roberson Street.

Clark was taken to the Orange County Jail under a $5000 bond according to reports.



- A fight at Bailey's Pub and Grill early Sunday resulted in five damaged bar glasses according to Chapel Hill police reports.



- Someone stole a camera and a laptop computer from a Chapel Hill residence Sunday afternoon according to Chapel Hill police reports.

The Dell computer and Nikon camera have a total value of $150 reports state.



- Harris Teeter at University Mall failed an alcohol compliance check Thursday according to Carrboro police reports.

The grocery store was the only one of 10 local businesses that didn't pass according to reports.

Reports state that the Carrboro and Chapel Hill police departments used underage buyers that attempted to purchase alcohol at the locations.



- A Carrboro resident reported a stolen scooter Friday according to Carrboro police reports.

The resident left town for 10 days and when she returned the vehicle was gone reports state.

The scooter was on the back porch and was not chained to anything reports state.



- An officer responded Friday to reports of a barking dog according to Carrboro police reports.

Reports state that the officer arrived at the intersection of Farmhouse Drive and Buckeye Lane but did not hear any barking.


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