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Blotter – Man charged with stealing identity of Pleasant Cove Road man

The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office investigated a July 13 report of stolen identity from Ray Lee Ashby, 435 Pleasant Cove Road. A day later, Codie Lea Cline, 28, was charged with felony identity theft in the incident.
In other sheriff’s reports:
– Donald Ray Myers reported on July 13 someone entered his home by cutting off the lock, 3430 Needmore Road, Woodleaf.
– Elizabeth Erin Myers reported on July 13 her wallet was stolen from her car while parked at ABC Towing yard on the morning of July 11.
– Crystal Dawn Pierce reported on July 13 someone broke into her rear entrance door and took $2,800 worth of property, 209 Wedgefield Drive.
– Jackie Wynn Yon reported on July 13 sometime within the last month, the property at 203 Crystal Creek Court, China Grove was damaged and items taken.
– A 19-year-old female reported an assault July 14 at Fish Pond Road.
– Frederick Lee Drew, 37, was charged July 13 with misdemeanor violation of domestic violence act.
– Garrett Alexander Becker, 18, was charged July 13 with felony breaking and entering into a motor vehicle.
– Crystal Safrit Melton, 46, was charged July 13 with misdemeanor domestic criminal trespass.
– Jeffrey Lee Winchester, 45, was charged July 13 with misdemeanor obstruction of justice common law, 145 Montego Lane.
– Bridgett Diana Freeman, 34, was charged July 13 with misdemeanor resisting, delaying and obstructing a public officer at 145 Montego Lane.
– Billy Edward Lucas, 24, was charged July 13 with misdemeanor unauthorized use of a motor vehicle at 5345 Long Ferry Road.
– Shayne Stephen Gransbury, 19, was charged July 13 with misdemeanor assault on a female at 1090 John Miller Road, Rockwell.
– Lucas Cain, 20, was charged July 13 with misdemeanor injury to personal property.
– Jeffrey Alan Shue, 36, was charged July 14 with driving while impaired at 9100 Stokes Ferry Road.
– John Edward Reese, 27, was charged July 14 with misdemeanor assault of a child/minor at 315 Foster Lane.
– Joshua Dimitri Clark, 16, was charged July 14 with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule VI, 480 Hope Lane.
– Aaron David Dixon, 18, was charged July 14 with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule VI, 480 Hope Lane.
– Christian Aaron Reeves, 16, was charged July 14 with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule VI, 480 Hope Lane.
– Dwon Nicholas Still, 19, was charged July 14 with felony obtaining property by false pretenses.
– Gary Dwayne Leach, 36, was charged July 14 with misdemeanor injury to personal property.
– Jonah Linwood Gravely, 30, was charged July 14 with driving while impaired, 17000 Stokes Ferry Road, Richfield.
– Tammy Lynn Hinson, 45, was charged July 14 with misdemeanor simple assault, 4965 Fish Pond Road.
– Phillip Henderson Boardman, 33, was charged July 14 with misdemeanor assault on a female.

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