Police: Belk employee accused of taking fashion jewelry

Police charged a Salisbury woman with stealing hundreds of dollars worth of jewelry from a local department store.

Salisbury Police charged Patricia Basinger Kiser, 63, of the 1400 block of Fieldcrest Drive, with felony larceny by employee.


A report said Kiser is accused of taking “fashion jewelry” from Belk, located at 1455 Klumac Road, from July 16 to Friday when the theft was discovered.

Kiser was given a written promise to appear in court. She had a first court appearance Monday.

In other police reports:

• Fibrant reported Friday someone cut a cable in the 100 block of Ridge Avenue.

• A man reported Friday a fraudulent offense in the 1200 block of West Bank Street.

• Unlimited Styles reported Friday a man broke a window by hitting it with his fist as he walked by in the 700 block of South Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue.

• A man reported Friday a burglary occurred in the 1500 block of West Horah Street.

• A man reported Friday credit card fraud occurred between June 20 and Friday in the 200 block of Castlewood Drive.

• A larceny was reported Friday at the Salisbury branch of the YMCA in the 800 block of West Jake Alexander Boulevard.

• A woman reported Friday someone stolen two money orders in the 2200 block of Statesville Boulevard.

• A woman reported Friday someone stole her vehicle in the 1500 block of West Horah Street.

• A man reported Saturday an assault occurred at McDonald’s restaurant in the 1900 block of West Jake Alexander Boulevard.

• A fence was broken into Saturday and a Volkswagen Jetta was taken in the 2900 block of South Main Street.

• A woman reported Saturday someone broke a vehicle window in the 300 block of Foster Lane.

• A physical assault was reported Saturday in the 1000 block of Matika Drive.

• A woman reported Saturday someone broke her living room window and ran from the area in the 100 block of West Henderson Street.

• A woman reported Sunday a breaking and entering occurred in the 200 block of West Harrison Street.

• A man reported Sunday a larceny of his vehicle in the 1300 block of Lincolnton Road.

• A man reported Sunday a breaking and entering occurred in the 400 block of Union Heights Boulevard.

• A larceny was reported Sunday in the 1500 block of South Jake Alexander Boulevard.

• A woman reported Sunday an assault occurred in the 100 block of Dunham Drive.

• Jeffrey Boyd, 46, was charged Sunday with misdemeanor assault on a female in the 100 block of Dunham Avenue.

In sheriff’s reports:

• A woman reported Wednesday cyberstalking occurred in 2500 block of Cannon Farm Road, China Grove.

• A man and woman reported Thursday someone broke into their vehicles in the 100 block of Thomas Street, China Grove.

• A man reported Thursday someone broke into a home in the 200 block of Andrews Ford Road.

• A woman reported Thursday her vehicle was vandalized in the 1200 block of Wilkinson Road, Mooresville.

• A man reported Thursday a larceny occurred in the 700 block of Varnadore Road.

• A man reported Thursday a larceny occurred in the 400 block of Goodnight Road.

• A man reported Thursday someone entered his property sometime between July 17 and Thursday and took car batteries, metal items from his yard and a building in the 100 block of Sandy Creek Lane.

• A man reported Thursday a breaking and entering occurred in the 1500 block of Brison Road, Woodleaf.

• A man reported Thursday a domestic incident in the 2400 block of Lentz Road, China Grove.

• A man reported Thursday someone took his truck in the 5400 block of Cavin Lane, Kannapolis.

• Julian Winford, 18, was charged Thursday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule VI in the 900 block of Hurley School Road.

• Seth Berrien Lane, 29, was charged Thursday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule IV and probation violation in the 100 block of Grants Creek Road.

Contact reporter Shavonne Potts at 704-797-4253.

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