Man accused of stealing $7,400 lawnmower

From staff reportsOctober 27, 2013 

Alfonzo Damon Bozeman, of Leland, is accused of using stolen credit cards to buy a riding lawnmower worth about $7,400 from Quality Equipment, a North Carolina-based dealer. He is accused of conspiring with a person named Leondra Sykes and other unidentified suspects in the crime.

Bozeman also is accused of possessing a commercial range, commercial refrigerators, commercial fryers and other restaurant equipment that belonged to Lance Restaurant Supply, cumulatively valued at about $10,000, which he is suspected by authorities of obtaining by false pretense and identity theft.

Bozeman, 37, has a listed address of 10160 Davis Way NE in Leland. He was arrested Oct. 25 and was held Sunday morning in lieu of $35,000 bond at the Wake County Detention Center. He was arrested by the Fuquay-Varina Police Department and faces charges of obtaining property by false pretense, felony conspiracy, and felony possession of stolen goods.

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