Crime blotter: Salisbury man charged with not paying child support to three women

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, December 1, 2009

A Salisbury man was picked up by Salisbury Police for allegedly not paying child support to three different women.
Alvin Cecil Watkins, 44, of 910 S. Jackson St. was charged March 28 with three counts misdemeanor failure to comply.
According to a report, Watkins failed to pay one woman $1,150, another $1,300 and a third woman $550.
Watkins remains in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $3,000 bond.
In other police reports:
– Baneita Melissa Jones reported March 17 a burglary at 615 Gold Hill Drive.
– Dairy Queen reported a March 27 burglary at 2143 Statesville Blvd.
– Kohl’s department store reported on March 27 two females were stealing clothes and perfume valued at $326, 1395 Klumac Road.
– Charlotte Witherspoon Lyles reported on March 27 someone tried to force open a side door to her home at 912 N. Green St. while she was there.
– Liliana Aleman Lopez reported on March 27 someone broke into her home at 528 N. Ellis St. while she was away.
– Maron Tyrese Banner reported on March 27 someone took his cell phone and wallet at 1300 W. Bank St.
– Anthoney Phillip Harrison reported on March 28 a hit and run at 121 Crawford St.
– The Pop Shoppe west reported on March 28 a man displaying a gun robbed the store at 1831 West Innes St.
– A 44-year-old woman reported a March 28 assault on North Jackson Street.
– Joshua Lee Eby reported a March 28 robbery at gunpoint at Economy Inn, 322 Bendix Drive.
– Linda Crockett Holland reported on March 28 someone took her checks, a camera and rings at 620 S. Caldwell St.
– Tecoya Stafford, 20, and Niquita Monique Brown, 23, were charged with misdemeanor concealment of merchandise, or shoplifting clothing from Wal-Mart, valued at $92.87.
– Van Johnny Helton reported on March 28 assorted tools were taken from 1050 Sidney Lane by employees and were pawned.
– An unknown offender attempted to rob the Poppe Shoppe at 1831 W. Innes St. on March 29.
– On March 29, a suspect who claimed to have a gun robbed Rushco No. 16, 1518 E. Innes St., of cigarettes.
– A 70-year-old woman reported a March 29 assault on Clancy St.
Anyone with information on any of these cases is asked to contact Salisbury-Rowan Crime Stoppers at 1-866-639-5245.