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Wednesday, 28 July 2010 15:11

Noise complaints leads to stolen gun

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A noise complaint Sunday led Weldon officers to recover a gun stolen from Durham. Captain James Avens said Officer Bob Lufkin and Lieutenant Chris Davis responded to the Interstate Inn.
While there a strong odor of marijuana was noticed coming from Room 222. Upon investigation trying to locate any drugs in the room two handguns were found. A .45-caliber pistol was found in the bathroom and a .32-caliber pistol was found on a shelf. The .45-caliber pistol was reported stolen out of Durham. There was also marijuana located in the room. Justin LeVelt Simmons and Divante Jacquan Lee were arrested. Simmons was given a $10,000 unsecured bond and Lee was given a $5,000 unsecured bond. The charges or where the men were from was not listed in the news release.
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