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Blotter: Pressure washer stolen

Staff report
A local business reported to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office the theft of a pressure washer valued at $5,000.
An employee of J.D. Truck Service of 350 Auction Drive, reported the Hotsey hot water pressure washer was taken from a the back of a Ford 150 truck parked at 4525 Leonard Drive on Aug. 26 between 12:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m.
The Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents or charges:
– Two men were arrested Aug. 26 on charges of the Aug. 13 breaking of the Jon Dalton Jr. home on Clement St. Guns, cameras and diamond rings valued at $6,700 were taken.
Geoff Andrew Perry, 19, and Jessie Denver Evans, 20, were arrested Aug. 26 on felony charges of breaking and entering and larceny.
According to the report $2,000 worth of good were recovered.
Other incidents or charges on Aug. 26 include:
– Margaret Elizabeth Biggs, 22, was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.
The Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests or incidents on Aug. 27:
– James Randal Blevins, 602 Cadillac St.., Kannapolis reported the theft of a gun and a coin collection from a house on Dogwood Drive, Kannapolis.
The theft occurred sometime between noon on Aug. 24 and 8 p.m. on Aug. 27.
According to the investigation, a thief or thieves went into the garage and pried open the safe and took the contents.
Items taken included old dollar bills, old $50 bill, $2 dollar bills and coins.
The thieves also took a .357 Smith & Wesson revolver.
Total value was put at $900.
– Christopher Mark Stewart, 29, was charged on Aug. 27, with felony trafficking in heroin and obtaining property by false pretenses.

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