Crime briefs March 4
A report of a suspicious vehicle at a church resulted in drug charges against a Winston-Salem man.
According to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Faith Alliance Church, 10987 Gumtree Road was reported on March 3.
In connection to the report, Harvey Stanfield III, 26, of 429 Palace Drive, Winston-Salem was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of schedule II, maintaining a vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while license revoked.
Stanfield received a $10,000 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in Lexington District Court on April 17.
A Lexington man was taken into custody following a report that a woman was held in a choke hold with a gun pointed at her and that her life was threatened.
According to Davidson County deputies, the report was filed March 2 374 Brushy Drive in Lexington.
Terrence Raheem Archie Rasberry, 21, of the same address was charged with assault on a female and communicating threats.
Rasberry was placed into the Davidson County Jail and has a court date of April 14.
While investigating an assault call at 1099 Link Road, Lexington on March 1, deputies said a man, Paul Webster Jr., 21, of 3958 Old Lexington Road in Winston-Salem, left in a white Dodge pickup truck.
A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of Webster, who was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and obstruct, resist, and delay. Deputies said Webster was in possession of a Ruger P345 .45 caliber pistol hidden under the passenger seat.
While looking for a family pet, a man was struck by a train at the railroad crossing in the 1900 Block of Turner Road in Lexington on March 3. He was transported to Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
The engineer of the Amtrak Train called 911. Davidson County EMS attempted CPR. The Davidson County Sheriff’s Office is not releasing the name of the victim.