Wednesday, 26 May 2021 16:09

REPORT: Woman hits man with car near Rockingham club

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Patrol cars line both sides of McNair Road early Saturday morning while responding to a call of someone being hit by a vehicle. Patrol cars line both sides of McNair Road early Saturday morning while responding to a call of someone being hit by a vehicle. Contributed photo

ROCKINGHAM — Blue lights flashed along the sides of McNair Road early Saturday morning after someone was reportedly run over at a nightclub.


According to a report from the Rockingham Police Department, 40-year-old Natasha Echandra Goins, of Rockingham, struck 30-year-old Michael C. Littlejohn with a 2018 Chevrolet Impala outside the County Line Lounge around 2:15 a.m.

Records show Goins is charged with a single misdemeanor count of assault with a deadly weapon and is scheduled to appear in court June 10.

The case is still listed as active.

Online records with the N.C. Department of Public Safety Division of Adult Correction show Goins has previous convictions in four counties dating back 20 years.

In 2001, Goins was convicted of obtaining property with false coins or tokens and misdemeanor larceny in Randolph County, as well as resisting an officer in Montgomery County.

She was convicted three times in Richmond County from 2008-2011 on one count each of misdemeanor larceny, driving while impaired and driving with a revoked license.

Goins was also convicted of misdemeanor larceny in Moore County in 2012 and Montgomery County in 2014.

Three years later, Goins was convicted of refusing or giving false information to an officer and driving with a revoked license in March in Montgomery County, and again on the latter charge six months later in Randolph County.

Goins was convicted of her first felony, obtaining property by false pretenses, in Montgomery County in 2019.

Records show Goins was given a suspended sentence in each case.

All defendants facing criminal charges are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

 

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