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The Kannapolis Police Department reported the following recent arrests or incident:
Arrests
– Maurice Thompkins, 22, 623 W. 22nd St., Kannapolis; maintaining a dwelling for the manufacture of illegal drugs, manufacturing a Schedule VI substance; $1,500 bond; 7:17 p.m. June 5.
– Tammy Thomason, 41, 2802 Lyla Ave., Kannapolis; simple nonphysical threat or intimidation; 5:15 p.m. June 5.
– Vickie Goforth, 47, 1308 Price Ave., Kannapolis; parole and probation violations, assault and battery; no bond; 6 p.m. June 5.
– Aunna Allen, 34, 463 Allen Drive, Concord; traffic infractions, driving while impaired, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia; 9:34 p.m. June 5.
– Derek Neddo, 18, 623 W. 22nd St., Kannapolis; robbery, burglary by forced entry, larceny of a firearm, other weapons violations; 3 p.m. June 7.
– Michael Severt, 45, 1203 Oakwood Ave., Kannapolis; drug violations, possession of drug paraphernalia, escape or resisting arrest; $10,000 bond; 11 a.m. June 7.
– Roberto Leal, 20, 610 Florence Ave., Kannapolis; trafficking in cocaine; June 8.
– Breon Bush, 17, 2135 Clear Brook Drive, Kannapolis; disorderly conduct; June 8.
– Dirk Rodgers, 33, 507 Jackson Park Road, Kannapolis; larceny; June 8.
– Rhonda Fleming, 35, 507 Jackson Park Road, Kannapolis; traffic infractions; June 9.
– Richard Grimes, 45, 312 E. 20th St., Kannapolis; traffic infractions, driving while impaired; June 8.
– Jackie Henry, 49, 3237 Trinity Church Road, Concord; driving while impaired (.09 blood alcohol level); June 9.
– Whitney Brown, 17, 4175 Medford Drive N.W., Concord; driving while impaired (.02 blood alcohol level); June 9.
– Bradford Horne, 40, 1010 Virginia St., Kannapolis; burglary by forcible entry, vandalism; June 9.
– Jesus Torres, 21, streets of China Grove; drug violations, driving while impaired (.18 blood alcohol level); June 10.
– Keith Hoist, 24, 398 Wakemeadow Place N.W., Concord; liquor law violations, drug violations (allegedly marijuana); June 9.
– Dennis Love, 21, 1419 Oakshade Ave., Kannapolis; fraud charge; 1:07 a.m. June 11.
– Samantha Grilliot, 18, 706 W. Eighth St., Kannapolis; fraud charge; 1:07 a.m. June 11.
– Joshua Kyle, 34, 675 State St., Kannapolis; driving while impaired, driving with a revoked license, driving with open container of alcohol, speeding; 12:30 a.m. June 11.
– Charles Phillips, 20, 1808 N. Cannon Blvd., Kannapolis; larceny, breaking and entering, vandalism; $30,000 bond; 10:15 p.m. June 11.
– William Barnhart, 16, 119 Coopers Ridge, Kannapolis; larceny, breaking and entering, vandalism; $20,000; 10:15 p.m. June 11.
– Diane Sanders, 47, 1009 Ingram Ave., Kannapolis; possession of drug paraphernalia, liquor law violations, carrying a concealed weapon; $1,000 bond; 10:30 p.m. June 11.
Incidents
– At 3:18 a.m. June 7, someone threw a rock through the front glass door of Radio Shack.
– At 2:40 a.m. June 7, police were questioning an 18-year-old man about forcing a 17-year-old to have sex.
– At 9 a.m. June 7, Caryn Gilley, 38, reported someone had been taking video of her bedroom at an unspecified location without her permission.
– At 12:50 p.m. June 7, Melissa Riffle, 27, reported a 25-year-old man assaulted her on the neck and arm and broke her cell phone at an unspecified location.
– At 5:35 p.m. June 7, Avery Tucker, 63, reported the theft of his car from an unspecified location.
– At 8:34 p.m. June 7, Adam Baxter, 25, reported someone broke a window to vehicle at an unspecified location and took items.
– On June 8, Michael Morese, 42, reported someone threw a piece of concrete through a window at an unspecified address.
– On June 8, Manita Robinson, 17, reported another 17-year-old hit her with a large candle.
– On June 9, Terrence Moser, 35, reported someone stole a vehicle from an unspecified location.
– On June 9, a representative of Home Depot called police about an unknown substance someone placed on a counter.
– On June 9, Joshua Johnson, 19, reported his wallet stolen.
– On June 8, police investigated Jose Rodriguez, 28, who was allegedly drunk in an unspecified roadway and interfering with traffic.
– On June 9, Martin Handsel reported someone took items from his vehicle, at an unspecified location, when the window was down. Police have a 28-year-old suspect.
– On June 9, Bobby Robbins, 21, reported someone broke a window of an unspecified residence and entered. Police have a 40-year-old suspect.
– On June 10, a representative of CIT Mortgage reported copper taken from inside an unspecified building. Police have two suspects, ages 31 and 46.
– On June 10, police were investigating a 31-year-old man for possession of drug paraphernalia at an unspecified location.
– On June 11, Ramon Jimenz, of Carolina Taxi, reported a man, 21, and woman, 18, got a ride from the taxi to an unspecified address but didn’t pay.
– On June 10, officers were questioning a 19-year-old man at an unspecified location about concealing a glass pipe used for smoking marijuana.
– On June 10, Ryan Wildrick, 19, reported someone scratched the paint on his vehicle at an unspecified location.
– On June 11, police were investigating a 16-year-old man who allegedly ran from a vehicle stolen from Manrique Morales, 34.
– At 8:59 a.m. June 11, a representative of lawyer Robert Forbis reported someone kicked in a door to the office and entered.
– At 3:56 p.m. June 11, Ashley Wilson, 26, reported the rear window of a vehicle had been broken “by unknown means” at an unspecified location.
– At 4 p.m. June 11, James Smith, 43, reported a 29-year-old man struck him in the jaw with his fist “causing serious injury.”
– At 9:31 p.m. June 11, a representative of Tropicana reported someone broke into the business, stole beer and caused damage. Police have two suspects, ages 20 and 16.

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