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Blotter: Thieves take $2,350 worth of tools from van

Thieves broke into a van at Hinson Electrical in Kannapolis and took $2,350 worth of tools, according to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office.
The theft occurred between July 25 and 27.
Taken were a Bosch hammer drill, a pole shotgun, a safety harness and other items.
In other reports from the Sheriff’s Office:
– Timothy James Josey, 38, reported he was the victim of an assault on July 27 at Long Ferry Road.
– A 1982 Honda stolen from Kannapolis was found July 28 in the parking lot of Woodleaf Baptist Church sitting on the ground with no tires.
– Johnny Eric Brown reported someone took weed trimmers and leaf blowers worth $700 from his utility trailer on Kenwood Drive on July 23.
– A deputy responding to an alarm call at West Rowan Grill on July 27 found the building had been broken into.
– Thomas Armstrong reported a utility trailer taken from 177 Roy Miller Loop between July 20 and 24.
– Joe Ronald Allen reported someone used his Social Security number fraudulently to get a cell phone account and run up a $347 bill.
– Thaddeus Lane Parker, 38, was charged with larceny on July 27.
– Ronnie Lane Drye, 55, was charged with assault on a female at N.C. 152 on July 27.
– Michael Lambert Sowell, 30, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to cause serious injury on July 27.
– Christopher Adam Grindstead, 20, was charged with breaking and entering a building on Barber Junction Road, Cleveland, on July 27.
– Ashley Watts, 19, and Zachary Alan Rogers, 20, were charged with frivolous prosecution on July 27.
– Justin David Hines, 21, was arrested on a charge of assault on a female on July 28.
– Mark Christopher Lefler, 21, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury at Pan Handle Road, Gold Hill, on July 28. Lucas Lee Lefler, 26, was charged with simple assault at the same location.
– Frederick Lee Drew, 37, was charged with violating a domestic violence order on July 28.

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