Police were called to the scene where an incident of fighting allegedly occurred on the bus. When officers arrived, students involved were gone.
During the incident, a mirror on the bus was broken causing $50 damage.
Police said they were told one of the student’s involved got off the bus and threatened to get a gun and kill another student. He allegedly punched the mirror as he left.
Four of the other students involved also got off the bus.
Later, police said the student appeared at his school with a parent and denied accusations against him. Police said he told them he hit his head on the mirror when the driver stopped the bus, and he made no threats.
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Arrests by Rockingham police include:
n Brandon Lee Reynolds, 21, 3rd Ave., Pee Dee, Rockingham, was arrested on warrants for failure to appear in court on charges of driving while license revoked and violation of seat belt regulations. Bond was set at $1,000.
n Gerry Wayne Crenshaw II, 21, Branch Trail, Rockingham, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of communicating threats. Bond was set at $500.
n Michelle Elizabeth Chambers, 31, Ponderosa Drive, Hamlet, was arrested on warrants for failure to appear in court on charges of felony possession of cocaine, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while license revoked and driving while impaired. Bond was set at $10,000.
n Samuel Avery Wright, 39, JFK Drive, Rockingham, was arrested on an order for arrest on misdemeanor charges of possession of stolen property and concealment of goods.
n Kevin Lee Osborne, 20, Morven, was issued a citation in connection with a charge of simple possession of marijuana.
n Alex Keith Bullard, 30, Boyd Lake Road, Hamlet, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of larceny. Bond was set at $1,000.
n Eva Alisha Collins, 16, South Long Drive, Rockingham, was arrested on a charge of injury to personal property. Bond was set at $500.
n Tiffiany Leigh Childers, 16, Richmond Road, Rockingham, was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of larceny. Bond was set at $500.
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Incidents reported to Rockingham police include:
n A bicycle valued at $140 was stolen from a house on McDonald Drive, Rockingham.
n At store on East Broad Avenue, $27.64 worth of items were recovered from suspected thieves.
n A motor vehicle tag valued at $20 was stolen from a vehicle parked on Cabel Drive, Rockingham.
n Someone flattened a tire on a vehicle parked at a house on 3rd Avenue, Pee Dee, Rockingham.
n Beer valued at $27 was stolen from a store on Fayetteville Road, Rockingham.
n Someone stole $1,000 worth of furniture off the porch of a house on Franklin Street, Rockingham.
n A suspect took a swing with his fist at a clerk from a store at Falling Creek Plaza Shopping Center, Rockingham, after he and another man ran from the store with stolen T-shirts and pajama pants.
n At a house on Cabel Drive, someone stole a $20 wallet, $140 and bank cards.
n A customer told police that a clerk of a store in Rockingham was overheard giving a personal identification number of the customer to someone over the telephone after the customer used a debit card at the business.
n On Shannon Drive, Rockingham, someone did $1,000 damage to a vehicle parked there by scratching it.
n Someone kicked a vehicle parked on at a house on South Long Drive, Rockingham, causing $200 damage.
n The window of a vehicle parked at Village Green Apartments was broken, causing $500 damage.
n Windows on two vehicles were broken at a business on South Hancock Street, Rockingham, causing $300 damage to each.
n A rock was thrown through the glass in a door of a business on East Broad Avenue and television sets valued at $449.99, $219.99, $369.99 and $369.99 were stolen.
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Incidents reported to the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office include:
n Stolen from a house on Shaw Lane, Rockingham, were a stove valued at $500 and a $700 refrigerator.
n On Concord Church Road, Norman, someone stole 59 prescribed medication pills valued at $400.
n Someone broke into a house on Airport Road, Rockingham, doing $200 damage to a window and stealing $200 worth of jewelry.
n At a residence on Pineleigh Avenue, Hamlet, someone did $600 damage to three vehicle tires and did $500 damage to paint on it.
n Damages of $300 to a door and $500 to a window were done to a house on 4th Avenue, Safie, Rockingham.
n On Leatha Lane, Rockingham, someone did $250 damage to a door of a house.
n A computer valued at $2,000 was stolen from a house in Logan Park, Rockingham.
n A resident on 9th Avenue, Aleo, told deputies someone attempted to steal a dog.
n Medications valued at $300 were stolen from a house on Mizpah Road, Rockingham.
n At a mobile home on 6th Street, Safie, Rockingham, someone did $150 damage breaking a window.
n A woman on Cherokee Street, Rockingham, told deputies her boyfriend grabbed and hit her.
n A steak valued at $8 was stolen from a house on Jessica Avenue, Rockingham.
n At a house on Airport Road, $200 damage was done to a safe and $1,500 stolen.
n A vehicle valued at $2,500 was stolen from a residence on Gathings Street, Hamlet.
n On Ridgeview Drive, Hamlet, some did $6,000 damage to a vehicle.
Information on criminal activity may be reported anonymously to Richmond County Crime Stoppers at 997-5454.
n Arrest reports published in the Richmond County Daily Journal are copied from local law enforcement records. Except for people injured in motor vehicle accidents or reportable deaths, victims including people, businesses and institutions and their addresses are not included as a matter of newspaper policy. Reports include both arrests and criminal summons such as citations.