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Sheriff's blotter: East Rowan students in fights

A group of East Rowan High School students were charged Feb. 26 with fighting in two different incidents at the school. There were at least two fights, one in the cafeteria and the other in the hallways. The school is located at 175 St. Luke’s Church Road.
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office charged Nicole Maureen Callahan, 16, with misdemeanor affray or fighting in the halls during class.
Megan Hammill, 16, was charged with misdemeanor affray or fighting in the hallway.
Paul Jones, 16, was charged with misdemeanor affray or fighting in the cafeteria.
Brittany Renee Stevens, 16, was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct for disrupting class.
– Gary Michael Brawley reported on Feb. 26 a check was stolen from his vehicle at 1855 White Road.
– Tammie Lynn Melton reported Feb. 26 that a juvenile keeps making harassing phone calls to a female at 1525 N.C. 153, China Grove.
– Charles Lee Butner, 46, was charged Feb. 26 with misdemeanor frivoluous prosecution at 118 W. Liberty St.
– Karrie Safrit Blanton, 36, was charged Feb. 26 with misdemeanor simple assault at 3772 Enochville Road, Kannapolis.
– Christopher Ray Eudy, 31, was charged Feb. 26 with felony obtaining property by false pretenses at 232 N. Main St.
– Betty Carolyn McGraw, 61, was charged Feb. 26 with misdemeanor simple assault at 5360 Sam Broadway Loop, Kannapolis.
– James Efird Bailey, 54, was charged Feb. 26 with misdemeanor resist, obstruct delay an officer at 2118 S. Main St.
– Brenda Kay Clark, 33, was charged Feb. 26 with violation of restrictions on release order at 118 W. Liberty St.
– Christie Yvonne Meacham, 38, was charged Feb. 26 with misdemeanor violation of restrictions on release order at 232 N. Main St.

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