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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, April 22, 1993, Page PAGE 13-A, Image 13

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Boiling Spring Lakes Man Indicted On 13 Felony Counts A Brunswick County grand jury Monday in dictcd a 29-ycar-old Boiling Spring Lakes man on 13 felony counts charging him with forgery, lar ceny and numerous drug offenses. Carl Henry Alston of Fifty Lakes Drive was indicted on two counts each of felonious larceny, possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijua na, selling cocainc and selling marijuana. The grand jury also found cause to prosecute Alsion in superior court on one charge each of forgery, uttering forged paper, obtaining property under false pretense, breaking and entering, pos session of stolen goods and possession with the intent to sell and deliver marijuana. According to the indictments handed down Monday, Alston is accused of breaking into a home in Boiling Spring Lakes last September, taking a set of keys and stealing a 1991 Suzuki motorcycle valued at S4,100. He is charged with forging a woman's name on a check for SI00 and cashing it at a Southport bank Sept. 30. The indictments say Alston sold a fifth of a gram of cocainc on July 24, about a tenth of a gram of cocainc on July 15, nearly 17 grams of marijuana on July 30 and an undetermined amount of marijuana the next day. All the drugs were allegedly sold to the same man. Alston also is accused of taking S160 from the man for the purpose of buying marijuana and then keeping it for his own use. Other defendants indicted by the grand jury Monday include: ?Christopher G. Lee, 24, of Route 2, Supply on a charge of taking indecent liberties with a female child younger than age 16. The incident is alleged to have happened March 8. ?Michael Kirktnan, age unavailable, of Elm Road, Boiling Springs, on a charge of taking in decent liberties with a minor female sometime in January, 1991. ?Jack Norman Williamson, 67, of Route 1, Lc land, on a charge of taking indecent liberties with a female child sometime in July 1992. ?Brian Kcllctl, 32, of N.E. 27th Street, Long Beach, on two counts of assault inflicting serious injury. He is accused of slashing two men with knife last Oct. 21. ?Jennifer Payton Bellamy, 17, of Southport on a charge of common law robbery for allegedly us ing a toy gun to hold up a Southport car wash April 5. Bellamy was arrested after ihe store clerk chased her out of the business with a knife, police said after her arrest. ?Nizar Yusef Youscff, 22. of Wilmington on a charge of possessing stolen property. He was ac cused of having in his possession one bottle of whiskey and one bottle of mm that had been stolen from the Echo Farms Country Club last December. The value of stolen property was esti mated to be S24.30. ?Allen Earl Piner Sr., 41, of Route 5, Lcland, on two counts each of possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine and cocaine sales and one charge of keeping and maintaining a Chevrolet van for the purpose of selling cocaine. Pincr is ac cused of selling 25.3 grams of cocaine to an un dercover detective Sept. 11 and 2.3 grams of the drug on Aug. 28. ?Earl Lavcrnc Williams, 32, of Route 2, Bolivia, on one charge each of cocaine possession and maintaining a Pontiac Trans-Am for the purpose of keeping a controlled substance. ?Zack Leon Cobb, 40, of House Road, Lcland, on one charge of possession with intent to sell and deliver 7 grams of cocaine and one count of co caine sales. Cash, Jewelry, Old Coins Stolen In Southport Break-In Rare coins valued at S7.500 were among the items stolen in a break-in and larceny at a mobile home on N.C. 211 outside Southport Saturday night, according to a crime report on file at the Brunswick County She riff's Department Monday. The homeowner told Deputy Rcbekah McDonald that he and his wife and daughter left home at about 3:45 Saturday afternoon and re turned shortly after midnight to find thai someone had pried open the rear door of their home. Damage to the front door suggested that the thief or thieves also had attempted to gain entry there. Several rooms were ransacked in the break-in, McDonald reported. CRIME REPORT Drawers and closcts were lefl open. Items were removed and thrown on the floor. A .38-caliber pistol and several pieces of jewelry were taken from the top of a dresser. Numerous old coins and cash were removed from a closet. Among the other items missing were three sets of wedding rings and a pocketbook containing about SI50 cash and items of identification. The total value of stolen goods was esti mated to be more than $8,500. In other crime reports on file at the sheriff's office Monday: ?More than S1.600 worth of yard maintenance equipment was stolen from a farm on Russtown Road re cently. The owner told Deputy Ran dy Robinson Friday that someone cut a lock on a shed and removed a riding lawn mower, a push lawn mower and a grass trimmer. ?An antique dresser and a buffet valued at a total of $900 were re ported stolen from an unoccupied mobile home on Lanvalc Road sometime between July and Novem ber. Detective Steve Mason took the report and is investigating the theft. ?Someone broke into a home near the intersection of Lanvalc Road and Village Road, Lcland last week. The owner told Deputy Matthew Jesson that the suspect broke in through a kitchen widow and went through each room of the house, "moving items around." Personal items in the bedroom were moved to different areas of the house and "it looked like someone had been sleeping in her love scat," the report said. The victim also said she found a broken bottle of liquor on her porch that had been stored in a cabinet. There was an estimated SI00 damage to the window. ?The owner of a convenience store on Old Fayctteville Road, Lcland told Jcsson that someone broke the lock off the store's ice box Friday. There was no report of anything stolen. Damage was estimated at S3 Man, Woman Plead Guilty In Nursing Student's Murder A New Hanover County man was scnicnced to life in prison after pleading guilty this week to second degree murder in the February 1992 death of a Brunswick Community College nursing student David Botsko, who will be eligi ble for parole in about nine years, shot Stephanie Bowling of Bolivia four times with a .22 caliber pistol because she laughed at him when he slipped in the mud on a camping ex pedition, according to testimony in New Hanover County Superior Court on Monday, _ . . Bowling, 22, a student in BCC's licensed practical nursing program, had known Bolsko, 24, for about a week when her death occurred. She had met him at a skating rink where he worked as a disc jockey. Bowling worked part-time at Dosher Memorial Hospital in Southport and lived with her par ents, Wayne and Ann Bowling, in Bolivia. Stephanie Ayers. 23, who pleaded guilty to to being an accessory after the fact to murder and to stealing Bowling's car, was sentenced to 20 years. Ayers, who has cerebral palsy, did not testify; however, a video taped statement she made to police was summarized by New Hanover County Detective Carlton Floyd. Floyd said Botsko, Aycrs and Bowling drove Bowling's car to a muddy trail off River Road to go camping. It was there that Bowling was shot, according to Aycrs, after she laughed when Botsko fell in the mud. However, Botsko's lawyer, Helen Hinn, said Botsko claims Aycrs ac cidentally shot Bowling the first two times and that Botsko shot her twice more as she lay motionless on the ground. Hinn said the two went to the trail to largei-shoot with a .22 caliber re volver registered to Ayers. New Hanover Assistant District Attorney John Carriker agreed to the pleas for Bousko and Ayers, admit ting in court that the state's case had weaknesses and that a possibility ex isted that the two could have been acquitted in a jury trial. A sundial on the Brunswick Community College campus stands as a memorial to Bowling, ll was a gift from her nursing classmates to the college. Bicycling Burglar Stalked Carolina Shores Fairways A Brunswick County sheriff's detective said Monday that he had un covered the identity of a man who allegedly rode a bicycle from South Carolina and along golf coursc fairways to burglarize homes in Carolina Shores last winter. Larry Robert Dunn, 42, of Albemarle confessed to the burglaries af ter Det. John Ingram located him last week in the Horry County, S.C., jail, where he was being held on charges of breaking into homes in the Myrtle Beach area. Ingram said he was able to connect Dunn to the Carolina Shores bur glaries after the detective discovered a piece of jewelry from one of the thefts at a Myrtle Beach pawn shop. "He even confessed to one burglary that we hadn't received a report on yet," Ingram said. Dunn recently moved from Albemarle to Little River, S.C., where he has been living in a motel with "a female accomplice," Ingram said. She allegedly pawned the jewelry that led to the arrest, but has not been charged. Ingram said Dunn had no car and would pedal a bicycle to Carolina Shores, then wait until dark to ride up streets or along the golf course fairways looking for homes to burglarize. When he found a likely target, he would bang on windows and doors to make sure no one was home before breaking in, Ingram said. "He would steal what he could carry in a pillow sack and ride off," Ingram said. More than $6,000 worth of cash, jewelry and other small items were reported stolen in the six break-ins. 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