**Editor’s Note: This message was sent in via a contact form on Harnett County’s website
Good afternoon Harnett County Clerk of Court,
I work for a website called Sunshine Request www.sunshinerequest.com. We built a site that makes it easier to make public records requests by filling out a simple form, and the results of any requests are posted on our site.
We’ve received a request for information that may be available in your office. If you could please give us a rough estimate of when you think this request will be completed we can plan on following up again around that time.
Sunshine Request makes no claim as to the veracity of any statements or information contained in any of the requests, or public records, we receive.
Here are the details of the request:
Subject: (October 2019) Request for Harnett County, NC District and Superior Court records
I would like to make a public records request to Harnett County, NC Clerk of Court for the following information:
1. ANY and ALL Superior and District court records pertaining to specific cases in Dunn, NC that occurred between 01/01/19, 2019 – 05/31/19. I am only interested in obtaining records from CLOSED cases involving charges of the crimes of larceny/theft, attempted larceny/theft, burglary, attempted burglary, breaking and entering, attempted breaking and entering, safecracking, and attempted safecracking.
2. In addition, I would like to limit my records request to any and all crimes that occurred at commercial and/or retail establishments (Ex. gas stations, truck stops, convenience stores, restaurants, cafes, and diners), NOT at personal residences.
[Editor’s Note: Despite the sender’s message, Sunshine Request does not fulfill requests for things like police reports, calls for service, or criminal / arrest type records for a single individual, incident, or address. We will not publish individual names and addresses which may be personally identifiable related to arrests, our site. Therefore, if you could please just provide the case #s for the arrests requested, that would be fine. Thank you!]”
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