Blotter – Vandals damage several cars on Lakewood Drive

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Vandals broke into several cars at Lakewood Apartments at Lakewood Drive sometime between March 16 and 17, causing nearly $3,000 in damages.
Kathy Phifer, 614 Lakewood Drive, reported a March 17 car break-in at the 600 building of Lakewood Apartments where the passenger-side windows were broken out of her 1999 GMC Jimmy, totaling $900 in damages.
Another victim, Donna Louise Creakman, also had a break-in of her 1998 Honda Civic, with $400 in damages. Vandals attempted to take the radios from the women’s vehicles.
Eligio Flores Martinez, 1605 Lakewood Drive, reported someone entered his car and his neighbor’s car and removed stereo equipment.
Martinez had about $1,200 in damages and his neighbor $450.
Kelvin Leonard Nesbit, 1301 Lakewood Drive, reported a March 17 break-in of his vehicle where a window was broken and radio stolen.
Salisbury Police is investigating.
In other police reports:
– Dwayne N. Owens-June reported a March 17 larceny from a vehicle at 315 Ashbrook Road, where a radio, GPS system and purse were stolen.
– Oscar Gutierrez Velazquez reported a March 17 larceny of vehicle from Cloninger Ford, 511 S. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Angelia Michelle Smith reported a March 17 burglary at 224 N. Craige St.
– Mathew Ferrell Church reported a March 18 larceny from a vehicle at 934 Lincolnton Road.
– Jeanne E. Harman reported a March 18 vandalism, 2801 Byron Drive, where someone splattered his house with paint balls.
– Mark Edward Peoples reported a March 18 fraud where someone tried to use coupons to gain money, 227 W. 14th St.
– Laura Yvette Williams reported a March 18 vehicle break-in where her CNA license and paycheck were taken, 915 Lincolnton Road.- A 23-year-old female reported a March 18 simple assault had occurred at Quality Care Development Services.
– Maxwell Ken Spear reported on March 18 a window broken in his sunroom, 607 Anderson Ave.
– Samuel Aaron Black, 55, was charged March 16 with misdemeanor assault inflicting serious injury, 400 N. Long St.
– Alfred Earl Armstrong, 49, was charged March 16 with misdemeanor resisting, delaying and obstructing a police officer, 312 N. Clay St.
– Regina Dawn Cook, 33, was charged March 17 with misdemeanor communicating threats, 210 N. Main St.
– LaMichael Donnell Feamster, 17, was charged March 17 with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule VI, 899 S. Jackson St.
– Terrie Irene Vorrosso, 40, was charged March 17 with felony embezzlement of property received by virtue of office/employment, 423 Ludwick Ave.
– Ira Graham, 29, was charged March 18 with felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, 130 E. Liberty St.