Fence reported stolen from Habitat for Humanity Restore
Published 12:00 am Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Habitat for Humanity is the latest victim of larceny.
A representative of Habitat for Humanity Restore reported aluminum fencing was stolen from the site of the new store at 1707 E. Innes St.
The sections of different color fencing were reported missing on Oct. 27.
In other Salisbury Police reports or arrests for Oct. 27:
– Police recovered a stolen 1994 Ford Taurus which was taken from Catherine Scott Peay.
Police spotted the car and were involved in a chase to Spencer, where the driver and a passenger jumped out and ran.
In other Salisbury Police reports or arrests for Oct. 26:
– William Shaquille Burch, 16, was charged with assault inflicting serious injury following an incident at 420 Institute St. Larry Jamar Burch was the victim of the assault.
– Norde David Wilson reported his porch was vandalized. Someone wrote on the porch.
– Melissa Lee Ott was charged with felony breaking and entering.
– Jeremiah Dayquan Howie, 18, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon.