Break-in happens while resident at home

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After several busy weeks of investigating drug and alcohol related incidents, thefts, domestic and other incidents, things seem to have calmed down a bit for the police department in Williamston.
Williamston police officers reported only two incidents for the current period. One was a home invasion in which only a USB cord was taken.
On August 9, Barbara Stuart, 31, 18 Mineral Park Lane, reported a break-in incident in which two unknown subjects shoved open the front door of the residence while she was asleep inside. According to reports, Stuart thought her mother had come in, but when she got up she observed two males, with their faces covered, standing in the living room. She reported one of the subjects said, “Go, go go.” Both subjects exited the front door and left in an unknown direction. The only item reported missing was a black USB cord valued at $15. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Aug. 13 – Fast Fuel, 207 W. Main St,. Williamston reported a forgery incident in which a white male subject attempted to purchase merchandise with a counterfeit $20 bill. C. C. Brown investigated.