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Police blotter: Disturbance at Waffle House

Salisbury Police officers responded to a report of a disturbance Nov. 7 at Waffle House, 926 S. Jake Alexander Blvd.
While interviewing those at the scene, it became apparent to Officer B. Hodgson that one of the women, Brendetta Shawntrice Russell, 34, of 116 Suggs Ave., No. 1, “reeked of alcohol” and had been operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Russell was arrested for DWI.
While attempting to get her in Officer Karriker’s vehicle, Hodgson reported she resisted and began kicking him.
She was restrained but continued to verbally assault Officer Hodgson.
After processing at the Police Department, Russell was charged with DWI, assault on a law enforcement officer, and resisting, obstruct and delay.
Bond was set at $2,500 with a court date of Dec. 11.
In other Salisbury Police reports:
– Patty Harris of 230 Laurel Valley Way, Crescent Community, reported on Nov. 6 that someone had damaged a bronze statue valued at $5,000. The vandalism occurred in October.
– Floyd Barger of 610 S. Ellis St., reported the theft of guns from a building at his address. He believes the thief to be a family member.

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