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Nathalie man charged in break-ins

A 58-year-old Nathalie man faces eight felony charges stemming from break-ins and larcenies that occurred earlier this month, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Wayne Edward Hailey of Clarkton Road was charged with three counts of breaking and entering with intent to burglarize and five counts of possession of stolen property with intent to sell.

The charges stem from alleged offenses that occurred May 7, 8, 9 and 10.

According to Halifax County Sheriff Fred Clark, Deputy Tyler Clarke answered a call on Cowboys Lane near Nathalie. 

F. E. Guthrie Jr., who owns property in Nathalie but lives in Greensboro, N.C., told Clarke when he came to the property he discovered storage buildings on the property had been broken into, and wood burners, wood stoves and tractor equipment had been stolen from the sheds. 

As a result of Clarke’s investigation, Hailey was charged with the eight felonies, Clark said.

Clarke served the warrants on Friday.

In other sheriff’s office reports:

Tony Hubbard, 51, of Woodbrook Avenue, South Boston faces a misdemeanor charge of being drunk in public.

Hubbard was charged with the alleged offense that occurred Thursday, and Deputy  W. G. Nunn served the warrant the same day.

 Ronnie Dean Newbill, 49, of Owens Avenue, South Boston was issued a capias for failure to appear in court on child support charges on May 14.

Sgt. Q. W. Clark served the capias on Thursday. 

 Steven Anthony Halloren, 31, of B. L. Creek Trail, Nathalie was issued a capias after being indicted on May 14 for charges of making a false welfare application, obtaining money under false pretense and welfare fraud.

Deputy W. G. Yancey issued the capias on Thursday.

 Lisa Halloren, 33, of B. L. Creek Trail, Nathalie was issued a capias after being indicted on May 14 for charges of making a false welfare application, obtaining money under false pretense and welfare fraud.

Deputy Adams issued the capias on Thursday.

 Jennifer G. Lacks, 25, of Bold Springs Road, South Boston was issued a capias after being indicted on May 14 for charges of making a false welfare application, obtaining money under false pretense and welfare fraud.

Adams issued the capias on Thursday.

 Melanie D. Breedlove, 26, of Nathalie faces a felony charge of shoplifting, third offense.

The alleged offense occurred Tuesday, and Cpl. S. L. Song served the warrant the same day.

 Stefon C. Canada, 20, of South Boston faces misdemeanor charges of property damage and assault.

The alleged offenses occurred Friday, and Officer T. W. Bush served the warrants on Saturday.

 Ronald A. Waller, 54, of South Boston faces misdemeanor charges of being drunk in public and trespassing.

The alleged offenses occurred Friday, and Cpl. M. W. Bowen served the warrants the same day.