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Two arrests following Cemetery St. break-in

Salisbury Police officers made two arrests the evening of Nov. 12 following a report of a break-in.
Charles Hayden Kepley of 623 E. Cemetery St. reported two people broke into his residence shortly after 5 p.m. Less than an hour later, two suspects were arrested.
Willie Junior McLean, 49, of 628 W. Kerr St., and Tammie Nicole Simpson, 30, of 620 W. Liberty St., were each charged with breaking and entering and larceny.
Bond for each was set at $2,500 with first court date of Nov. 13.
In other Salisbury Police reports:
– Sunbelt Rentals, 209 Faith Road, reported the theft of a trencher and trailer Nov. 9.
– Carrisa D. Cole was arrested on charges of vehicle theft following a Nov. 9 report by Cherrelle Ola Mae Angle, 315 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., of the theft of a vehicle parked at Salisbury Civic Center.
– Kimberly Jefferies Maloney of 428 W. Henderson St. reported the theft of a Ford F-150 Nov. 11 from same address.
– Phillip Bejoun Westmoreland, 18, was arrested Nov. 10 on charges of robbery with a firearm or dangerous weapon.

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