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Robesonian (Newspaper) - May 27, 1990, Lumberton, North Carolina Weather for details on today weather and the forecast see Page 2a sports racing local Dale Jarrett wins the spark plug 300 Pagels jobs u n e m p drops 4 Robeson april 1 o y m e n t percent in county in Page 5 a world Israel kidnappers blame us for palestinian deaths Page 4b classified get results l George Wilcox said it Only took one phone Call to sell his service pole Good service Call 7394322 Index business classifieds2d features1c lifestyles2c sports1b world briefs4b local states the Robeson an 1990 Park newspapers of Lumberton inc serving Robeson county since 1870 Lumberton no sunday May 271990 vol xxi no 75 50 cents 1 killed 3 injured in Headon crash John Culbreth staff writer a Lumberton woman was killed and her 7yearold son and two others injured in a Headon collision Friday evening North of Lumberton near us 301 Rosie Delong Locklear 31 of route 8 Lumberton was killed in the pm Accident on mount Olive Church Road or according to investigating officer de Wright of the no Highway patrol is Locklear son Shelton Locklear was transported to Southeastern general Hospital with a closed head wound or cerebral contusion he was transferred to Cape fear medical Center shortly after Midnight Friday where he was listed in satisfactory condition late saturday according to a spokesperson for the medical Center Harvey Maurice Locklear 16 of route 8 Lumberton the Driver of the second car was transported to Southeastern general Hospital after the Accident according to Wright Locklear was admitted to the Hospi Tal and is currently listed in critical condition according to a Hospital spokesperson Wright said Locklear was operating a 1989 Ford probe travel ing East on mount Olive Church Road approximately 16 Miles North of Lumberton when he apparently crossed the Center line and collided Headon with a 1983 Buick regal be ing driven by is Locklear Kimberly Locklear 16 of route 3 Lumberton a passenger in the pro be was admitted to Southeastern general Hospital with multiple trauma injuries about her face and head according to a Hospital spokesperson is Locklear was transported to Duke medical Center in Durham at 2 am saturday morn ing where she is now in the intensive care unit a medical Center spokesperson said saturday even ing her condition was not available the investigation is continuing and no charges have yet been filed in the Accident according to Wright Roger Taylor of Lumberton Rescue squad prepares extraction Harvey Maurice Locklear 16 is wedged in the 1989 Ford probe photo by Garrett Killin i sheriffs car hit by single Shotgun blast l John Culbreth staff writer an unmarked vehicle driven by Robeson county sheriffs department officers was hit with a single Shotgun blast Friday evening while the officers were driving Down a Rural county Road near red Springs according to an official with the department Burnis Wilkins narcotics supervisor for the depart ment said narcotics officer Jerry Woods and Deputy sheriff Randy Ivey had stopped a vehicle on old Lowery Road or 1505 approximately 1 mile East of red Springs and had completed the arrest of an occupant of the vehicle Ricky Oxendine of red Springs Oxendine was wanted for numerous warrants according to Wilkins who was unable to specify further Wilkins said the officers had just reentered the Road Way and were travelling South Enro Ute to the red Springs police department when someone in the Woods along the Side of the Road fired at the officers vehicle peppering the Drivers Side of the car with Bir shot no injuries were reported Wilkins was unable to specify what charges Oxendine was sought for but did say that there is no apparent please see shot Page 6a Fairmont Post office finds beeping toy Barbara Rhodes staff writer the Square Box wrapped in Brown paper in the Fairmont Post office was making a noise it was not a ticking said fair Mont postmaster Wayland Ivey describing the package addressed to a Fairmont Rural route residence it was like a beeping sound postal officials heeding warnings to be Alert of suspicious looking packages since two mail bombs were posted in recent months in Bladen county called local authorities to investigate we were not sure about it Ivey said we wanted to be careful police responded to the Call by evacuating the building and calling in a bomb squad from fort Bragg camouflaged men fastened a clip to the Box and pulled it outside using a Long Cord meanwhile postal workers stood Side beside with local residents watching just beyond a cordoned 200foot perimeter the demolition team then blew up the package Only to find that it contained a toy Ivey said the soldiers took the pieces and left and he could not identify what Type of toy was concealed in the package the recipient May not either v red Springs murder tops court docket this week Maxton Volunteer fire dept members Are shown Here lighting a House fire at a residence located on us 74 approximately on half mile East of Maxton at Maxton House fire approximately pm Friday destroyed the Home Steve Kuitert slate photographer no one was injured in the fire which Barbara Rhodes staff writer a red Springs Man charged with a 1989 killing and a so Sailor accused in the vehicular death of a retired Lumberton minister Are both scheduled for trial tuesday in Robeson county Superior court tuesday begins the second week of a three week court session with judges Coy e Brewer and Joe Freeman Britt presiding monday is a court Holiday Willie Lee March 26 of 126 Richardson St red Springs will face a first degree murder trial in the death of Arvester Shaw 34 Shaw died of multiple lacerations and bruises to the head District attorney Richard town Send said previously that prosecutors May seek the death penalty if March is convicted Goodwin settles claim against City of Wilmington the autopsy report states that lacerations and bruises to Shaws head were inflicted with a Blunt object and a knife or Machete March represented by assistant Public defender Freda Bowman was charged three Days following the incident Shaw of 104 Campbell drive red Springs was found lying on the floor of his Home by his brother who shared the residence according to previous reports the March trial is the first Case scheduled before Britt on tuesday beginning at am in courtroom no 1 according to the court Calen Dar also scheduled in courtroom no 1 is the trial of James Randell Oneal 20 who was charged with felony death vehicle following an in please see court Page 7a Barbara Rhodes staff writer maybe you can fight City Hall when a Lumberton woman leaves Wilmington next month a University City she contended with for nearly two years she leaves the legacy of a lawsuit she Hopes will result in better relations Between students and City police Stacy Ann Goodwin 23 a May 12 graduate of the University of North Carolin Wilm in ton agreed to dismiss a million Feder Al lawsuit tuesday in Exchange for a settlement and a letter of apology from a Wilmington police officer is Goodwin filed suit july 1989 claiming she was assaulted and arrested without cause by officer Brian Pettus during a fraternity party fracas the terms of the settlement also require Pettus to study interpersonal and human relations conflict management proper use of Force civil liability and Legal updates through police i service training one of the purposes of the lawsuit was to try to make something positive of a bad situation is Goodwin said saturday in the complaint filed by Woodberry Bowen her Lumberton attorney is Goodwin alleged Pettus was of duty and not in uniform nor did he identify himself As a police officer when the dec 101987 incident occurred according to the complaint pet Tus knocked is Goodwin to the ground and a second officer or Nester hit her and nearly threw her Over a second floor deck railing one of nine witnesses who provided affidavits stated miss Goodwin went flying into the rail is Goodwin was then charged with assault on and obstructing a police officer the police report states is Goodwin was charged because she had to be grabbed off Pettus twice while he was assisting another officer who was arresting a Friend of is Godwin is goodwins father Dick Goodwin who along with his wife supported their Daugh ters fight against City Hall said the family brought suit because the police department failed to admit its wrongdoing despite pet Tus testimony in Wilmington District court that he did not identify himself As a police officer during the incident the City persisted with prosecution attempts and would not drop the charges Goodwin said the evidence clearly favored his daughter he added the Money was not an Issue Goodwin said Stacy wanted Justice Goodwin also said when police officers saw his daughter taking witnesses names after her arrest an officer searched her car and charged her with Possession of liquor while being underage because a bottle of alcohol was found in her car she was not intoxicated he said and was denied a please see suit Page 6a Stacy Ann Goodwin is Goodwin proves you can fight City Hall and win

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