Salisbury police: Fake dough bought bread
Published 12:00 am Tuesday, December 1, 2009
A man used a counterfeit $100 bill to buy $8 worth of merchandise from the Merita Bread Store, 2218 Statesville Blvd., on the afternoon of Feb. 16, according to Salisbury Police reports.
The man got away with $92 in change before store personnel realized the bill was fake.
In other reports from Salisbury Police:
– Jerry Livengood reported that someone broke into Rives Motor Co. at 1616 E. Innes St., between Feb. 13 and 16 and took the petty cash.
– Representatives of two auto dealerships on Jake Alexander Boulevard ó Gerry Wood Auto Center and Ben Mynatt Auto Center ó each reported Feb. 16 that someone broke into a vehicle parked at the business and stole the radio.
– Someone spray-painted graffiti on two company vehicles and the exterior of the building at Century Place & Screen Mates, 1455 Harrison Road, between Feb. 14 and 16.
– Chad Brooks Wilson, 21, reported Feb. 16 that someone stole a laptop computer at 702 Lakewood Drive.
– Lisa Rawson, 42, reported a wallet stolen from 103 N. Main St. on Feb. 16.
– KMD Construction, 1001 Old West Innes St., reported that someone stole a business check and cashed it between Jan. 1 and Feb. 13.
– Alexandria Lucille Ramirez, 27, reported Feb. 16 that her Carolina Boulevard home was forcibly entered that afternoon. Jewelry, cash and a computer were stolen.
– Trevacyia Shenae Scales, 20, reported her credit card was stolen and used at the Salisbury Mall on Feb. 14.
– Samantha Lyles, 41, 626 E. Cemetery St., reported that someone damaged the door to the bathroom at her house on Feb. 16.
– Adrian Jo Jackson, 33, reported a purse stolen Feb. 16 at Salisbury Mall.
– Sarah Rae Butler, 52, reported she was the victim of of domestic violence at 1328 Arden Drive on Feb 16.
– A 7-year-old boy was the victim of an assault at 209 E. 15th St. on Feb. 17.
– Kimberly Clette Mashore reported the larceny of speakers from a 1997 Mercury SUV at 231 D. Ave.
– Antonio Vladime Sanchez, 26, reported that his 1995 Honda was broken into at 107 Lakewood Drive on Feb. 17 and speakers were taken.
– Food Lion security reported that two unknown persons broke into the abandoned warehouse at 1713 W. Jake Alexander Blvd. on Feb. 17.
– An 89-year-old woman reported a stranger fraudulently obtained $60 from her at her Salisbury home.
– Johnny J. Hatcher reported Feb. 17 his credit card was fraudulently used to spend $60 between Jan. 24 and Feb. 12.
– Markie Michelle Gallimore, 20, reported Feb. 17 that her stolen Wachovia debit card was used at Food Lion on Faith Road.
– Max Spear, 67, reported someone vandalized a sunroom window on Anderson Avenue between Feb. 15 and 17.
– Joyce Esther Thomas, 45, reported that someone took a vehicle tire from the back porch of 311 S. Clay St. on Feb. 17.
– Randy Randolph Stewart, 67, said a bicycle was stolen from his yard at 829 N. Green St. on Feb. 17.
– Nice Pius Thriveni, 50, reported that someone cut her phone lines on Feb. 16.
– Allison Nicole Wright, 19, reported someone stole the license plate off her vehicle on North Park Drive on Feb. 18.
– Bojangles at 1939 W. Jake Alexander Blvd. reported $100 missing from the cash register on Feb. 18.
– Ronnie Daniel Lee, 40, reported his vehicle stolen on Feb. 19. The vehicle was recovered in damaged condition.
– William Quincy Piland, 48, was arrested Feb. 16 on a charge of misdemeanor larceny at Rowan Regional Medical Center, 612 Mocksville Ave. He was also charged with being a fugitive from justice.
– Kimberly Michelle Feamster, 45, was charged with concealment of merchandise at 525 W. Jake Alexander Blvd. on Feb. 16.
– Robert J. Covington, 45, was charged with driving while impaired at 1602 S. Jake Alexander Blvd. on Feb. 16.
– Nakia Janelle Rickett, 24, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, Schedule VI, a misdemeanor, on Feb. 16 at I-85 and Jake Alexander Boulevard.
– Nichole Michelle Orr, 24, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, Schedule II, a felony, at 1000 Bringle Ferry Road on Feb. 17.
– Jay Roberts Gregory, 38, was charged Feb. 17 with obtaining property by false pretenses and larceny.
– Alizabeth Wedeh Wah, 17, and Aimeey Bonyenor Wah, 19, both face charges of first-degree burglary.
– Lisa Aultman Gregory, 47, was charged with larceny at 1404 Statesville Blvd. on Feb. 17.
– Lyndon Alexander Partee, 42, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor, at 499 Bringle Ferry Road and Shaver Street on Feb. 17.
– Three young men ó Timothy Michael Kernahan, 21; Dana Matthew Pallesen, 20; and Barret Andrew McKay, 22 ó were charged with breaking and entering a building, a misdemeanor, at 2300 W. Innes St. on Feb. 18.