HAMLET — — A male is facing a criminal charge for apparently having an automobile in his lawn pulled and scrapped. Investigators with the Hamlet Police Department say 63-year-old Samuel Lee Glidewell, of Wilmington Street, had a female’s black 1983 Chevrolet Camaro eliminated from a building he was leasing and had it ditched on Aug. 20. A warrant lists the vehicle’s value at $3,000. Glidewell was arrested Thursday, accuseded of one felony count of larceny of a motor vehicle and given a $5,000 unsecured bond. His court date is scheduled for Oct. 22. He has no other pending charges in the state, according to online court records. In 2007, Glidewell invested three months behind bars after his probation was withdrawed on a drug materiel conviction, according to the N.C. Department of Public Safety Division of Adult Correction. He was convicted again on charge of use or belongings of drug materiel in 2013. He was also formerly founded guilty twice for driving with a withdrawed license: 2008 in Richmond County and 2011 in Moore County. All offenders facing criminal charges are presumed innocent up until and unless proven guilty in court. — — William R. Toler …
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