– Someone used a counterfeit $20 at Dan Nicholas Park on July 7 sometime on July 6 between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
– Shelia Gale Eller reported on July 6 a woman came to her house, 1346 Meadow Creek Drive, to borrow money and took her purse.
– Adriana Beatriz Alvarez reported on July 6 a home under construction, 17750 Mooresville Road, Mooresville, was broken into and a love seat was stolen.
– Paul Merlin Tingler reported on July 6 a karaoke system and window air conditioning unit were stolen from a trailer at 104 Wood Lake Drive.
– Rhonda Morgan reported on July 6 a purse was stolen from 275 St. Stephens Church Road.
– Mark Patrick Stanton reported on July 6 items taken from a pickup while it was parked at the Woodleaf BP convenience store at 3335 N.C. 801, Woodleaf.
– Anthony M. Burnett reported on July 6 a break-in at 180 Myers Place.
– Kathy Earnhardt Khan reported on July 7 a burglary at 255 Brooks Link Road, Rockwell.
– Carol Stout reported on July 7 an attempted breaking and entering at 111 Hawkins Loop.
– Frank Allen Sides reported on July 7 a larceny from 3320 Old Mocksville Road.
– Erin Elizabeth Schenk reported on July 7 someone broke into her residence and took cash at 1076 Rock Pond Lane.
– Belinda Dawn Proctor, 31, was charged July 5 with misdemeanor simple assault.
– Nicholas Matthew Barbee, 29, was charged July 6 with misdemeanor larceny.
– Thomas Allen Sherrill, 44, was charged July 6 with resist, delay, obstruct a public officer at 115 Holobough Lane.
– Clayton Travis Brown, 23, was charged July 7 with misdemeanor assault on a female at 250 Miller Drive.
– Phillip Dwayne Earnhardt, 34, was charged July 7 with felony larceny by employee.
– Allison Edward Phillips, 26, was charged July 7 with breaking or forcing open a coin operated machine.
– John Bradley Chamberlin, 41, was charged July 7 with misdemeanor communicating threats.
– Mondie Nichole Weber, 22, was charged July 7 with felony breaking and enterin a vehicle.
Anyone with information about any of these cases is asked to contact the Salisbury-Rowan Crime Stoppers at 1-866-639-5245.