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Thieves vandalize Gene’s Orange Market, steal ATM

Two or more thieves backed a pickup truck through the front entrance of Gene’s Orange Market shortly after 2:30 Tuesday morning and helped themselves to the ATM located in the front of the store.

Armed robbery suspect hits Jiffy Store on Sunday

Just three days after the Jiffy Food Store on John Randolph Boulevard in South Boston was burglarized, an armed bandit hit it Sunday night shortly before 9.

Break-ins a sign for increased policing in Town of Halifax?

Business owners in the Town of Halifax were still dealing with the aftermath of the Wednesday night burglaries Friday morning and looking for ways to prevent similar occurrences.

South Boston Jiffy Food Store robbed

South Boston Police Department is investigating a burglary that occurred at Jiffy Food Store located on John Randolph Boulevard in South Boston sometime between Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

SoBo man faces grand larceny, burglary charges

A 36-year-old South Boston man is facing felony charges for grand larceny and intent to burglarize, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Halifax man enters guilty plea to felony assault and battery

A 23-year-old Halifax man, Travis Wayne Pannell, pleaded guilty Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to a third or subsequent offense of felony assault and battery of a family or household member.

South Boston woman convicted of shoplifting

A 24-year-old South Boston woman, Shameka Precious Irby, was convicted Tuesday in Halifax County Circuit Court of felony shoplifting from Walmart.

Rash of burglaries plague Town of Halifax

Sometime in the early morning hours of Thursday, a rash of burglaries and attempted burglary took place at five businesses in downtown Halifax with a sixth attempt being unsuccessful.

South Boston man faces assault charge

A 30-year-old South Boston man faces a felony charge of assault while applying pressure, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.

Woman convicted of unlawful wounding, assault and battery

A 29-year-old Roxboro, N.C., woman, Sherri Anne Raynor, was convicted Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court of  one count of unlawful wounding and two counts of misdemeanor assault and battery, following a bench trial.