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This Week’s Headline

Assault sends one to hospital

by James Matthews


A Weaverville man was injured in an assault Saturday (October 25).

Sterlin Anthony Haynie, 57, of Blevins Road in Weaverville, suffered “severe lacerations” late Saturday night at a residence on Martin Creek Road in Barnardsville. According to a Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office incident report, Haynie’s attacker used a razor. Reportedly, no drugs or alcohol contributed to this incident.
According to the report, Haynie’s attacker is listed as an “acquaintance” of his. No arrests have been made as of press time.
Several others were listed has having been involved. They include Samuel Brian Haynie, 31, Kelvin Eugene Maynor, 48, Matthew Joe Maynor, 20, and Ashley Nicole, Skelton, 18.
The report lists Kelvin Eugene Maynor and Matthew Joe Maynor as being the residents of the home.
The sheriff’s office is currently investigating the incident.



Last Week’s Headline

Man arrested for indecent liberties

by James Matthews


A Weaverville man was arrested and charged with sex crimes.
According to an arrest report filed by the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office, Floyd Eugene DeJaeger of New Covenant Drive, was arrested and charged with two counts of indecent liberties with a child and two counts of assaulting a female, which is con- sidered a misdemeanor.
DeJaeger, 49, was arrested at his home Friday (October 17) just before 4 pm.
According to the arrest report, the crimes allegedly took place on August 31.
DeJaeger has previously been convicted of various other crimes. In 2009, he was convicted of writing worthless checks. In 2004 he was convicted of property and/or services cheating, which is a felony. Aside from various other charges, he was con- victed with assaulting a female in Cabarrus County in 2001.

For the complete story, pick up a copy of this week’s Tribune.



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