Raleigh police identify 30 arrested by officers during weekend’s unrest

Wake County News

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The Raleigh Police Department identified 30 people who were arrested by officers Saturday and Sunday amid protests that turned violent and destructive.

Raleigh Police Department spokeswoman Laura Hourigan confirmed Monday evening that the department arrested 11 on Saturday night, 19 on Sunday night.

Charges range from resisting an officer to breaking and entering and disorderly conduct.

May 30

  • Jeffrey Alan Velez of Raleigh was charged with resisting public officer at 200 Fayetteville Street.
  • Ismail Ibarhim Kaid of Cary was with resisting public officer at 200 Fayetteville Street.
  • Richard Morgan III of Raleigh was charged with breaking and entering at 411 Fayetteville Street.
  • Tarrin Quiante Morgan of Raleigh was charged with breaking and entering at 411 Fayetteville Street.
  • Preston Earl Love of Goldsboro was charged with breaking and entering at 149 E. Davie Street.
  • Stephen Anthony McMillan of Raleigh was charged with breaking and entering at 149 E. Davie Street.
  • Tamara Sherrine Bell of Raleigh was charged with breaking and entering at 149 E. Davie Street.
  • Joseph Brandle Lewis of Raleigh was charged with breaking and entering at 149 E. Davie Street.
  • Antonio Dominique Williams of Raleigh charged with public disturbance and resisting public officer at 200 S. Blount.
  • Mark Randall Drumheller of Pittsboro was charged with assault on government official at 100 W. Davie Street.
  • Frederick Glenn McDuffey of Raleigh was charged with disorderly conduct at Fayetteville/Martin Street.

May 31 arrests

  • James Murphy Hoopes of Falls Church, Virginia was charged with resisting a public officer at Bragg/Wolf Street.
  • Jamal Rashid Abdullah-Lutes of Garner was charged with resisting a public officer at Salisbury/Hillsborough Street.
  • Matthew David Haeck of Raleigh was charged with resisting a public officer and public disturbance at Martin/Salisbury Street.
  • Chetarra Yolanda Hill of Raleigh was charged with felony trespass during emergency at 4321 Lassiter Mill Road.
  • Dantrell Hedgepeth of Raleigh was charged with felony trespass during emergency at 4321 Lassiter Mill Road.
  • Elliott Jamal Mayo of Knightdale was charged with felony trespass during emergency and possession of burglary tools at 4321 Lassiter Mill Road.
  • Gary Andrew Morgan of Raleigh was charged with resisting a public officer at Blount/Hargett Street.
  • Jordan Renard Mims of Raleigh was charged with resisting a public officer at 100 W. Jones Street.
  • Hunter Ray Bradley of Garner was charged with resisting a public officer at Salisbury/Morgan Street.
  • Maximilan Joseph Clingroth of Raleigh was charged with assault on government official at 100 Fayetteville Street.
  • Trey Rashaun Strickland of Raleigh was charged with resisting a public officer at Blount/Davie Street.
  • Allan Ali Williams of Raleigh was charged with weapons at parade, funeral, picket line at 100 E. Davie Street.
  • Dijon Amad Pulley of Raleigh was charged with felony trespass during emergency at 7901 Old Wake Forest Road.
  • Montez Daquan Bascombe of Raleigh was charged with felony trespass during emergency at 7900 Old Wake Forest Road.
  • Sharod Jerreyl Perry of Raleigh was charged with felony trespass during emergency at 7900 Old Wake Forest Road
  • Makel Cade Breece-Melvin of Zebulon was charged with felony trespass during emergency and resisting public officer at 8000 Town Drive.
  • Brayam Alberto Ortiz-Rangel of Durham was charged with resisting a public officer and attempted larceny at Morgan/Wilmington Street.
  • Jaleel Chayanne Carnegie of Raleigh was charged with assault on government official and resisting a public officer at Martin/Blount Street.
  • Kened Daniel Sanchez-Moreno of West Palm Beach, Florida was charged with resisting a public officer and attempted larceny at Morgan and Wilmington Street.

Overall, 38 people were arrested by three different agencies. Thirty-four of the 38 were from the Triangle.

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