Asheboro Police


On April 12, Asheboro Police executed a traffic stop on a Toyota Solara in the parking lot of Wash & Glow, Brookway Drive, Asheboro, for a window tint violation. As the officer approached the vehicle, he reported smelling the strong odor of marijuana. After a probable cause search, the officer found two marijuana cigarettes in an ashtray and a green container containing marijuana.


Christopher Alfonso Acosta, 20, 1814 Saddlewood Court, Unit B, Asheboro, was charged with possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance and possession of marijuana paraphernalia.


Recent reports


* March 29: Asheboro Police responded to a residence on West Wainman Avenue, Asheboro, in reference to an assault.


* April 13: Asheboro Police responded to a residence on Oakmont Drive, Asheboro, in reference to a possible seizure.


* April 12: Janice Marie Dowling, Twain Drive, Asheboro, reported receiving threatening phone calls.


* April 12: Asheboro Police responded to a residence on Kemp Boulevard, Asheboro, in reference to an assault.


* April 12: The manager of Just Save, North Fayetteville Street, Asheboro, reported a larceny at the business. No further details were provided.


* April 11: The manager at Smoke House Tobacco, East Dixie Drive, Asheboro, reported a larceny at the business.


* April 12: Tiffany Michelle Robbins reported a larceny at Randolph Health, White Oak Street, Asheboro. No further details were provided.


* April 12: Asheboro Police responded to the Randolph County Department of Social Services, North Fayetteville Street, Asheboro, in reference to a child abuse referral.