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At least six vehicles have been stolen, broken into or vandalized recently while owners dined in local restaurants, according to the Salisbury Police Department.
One was a vehicle reported stolen March 14 from the O’Charley’s parking lot at 123 N. Arlington St. by Magdiel Guerra Roderick. It was recovered in Banks County, Ga.
Stephanie Nicole Nelson reported the right front wheel stolen off her vehicle March 15 while it was parked outside the Original Steak House in Salisbury Mall, 1935 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.
Carol Shorter Arnold reported March 16 and Andrew Frank March 17 that items had been stolen from their vehicles while they were parked at Outback Steakhouse, 1020 E. Innes St.
Vance Stevie Moose reported items stolen from his vehicle March 16 while it was parked at Cracker Barrel, 1070 Freeland Drive.
And Jonathan David Bush reported a window broken in his vehicle while it was parked at K&W, 1925 W. Jake Alexander Blvd., on March 17.
In other Police Department reports:
– James Burl Smith, 47, was charged March 14 at 199 W. Innes St. with resisting a public officer, possession of drug paraphernalia and failing to appear in court.
– A 33-year-old man reported he was assaulted March 15 at 226 N. Long St.
– Quiana Elainna Smith reported property valued at $1,000 stolen March 15 from 2125 Statesville Blvd.
– Frederica Denise Jackson, 427 Mildred Ave., reported someone has been breaking into her home for approximately two months stealing food and other personal items.
– Dianne Hawkins Sturdivant reported vandals damaged her vehicle March 16 while it was parked at 1951 Statesville Blvd.
– Kinya Diane Tillman reported items valued at $200 stolen from her vehicle March 16 while it was parked at a friend’s 609 W. Council St. home.
– Rynell Shawnta Rustin reported his vehicle stolen March 17 from the Pop Shoppe, 1831 W. Innes St. It was recovered after a vehicle pursuit.
– Mandrail Jamar Woodbury, 18, was charged March 17 with resisting, delaying and obstructing a public officer at 500 N. Shaver St.
– Someone tried to break into a Cheerwine drink machine at 1500 S. Jake Alexander Blvd. on March 17.
– Patricia Ann Blackmon, 122 W. 12th St., reported vandals damaged two vehicles parked behind her home between March 14 and 17.
– April R. Pitman and David Boyd reported vandals caused $300 damage to windows at their 644 Statesville Blvd. business on March 17.
– Urqayyah Qurisha Gray, 16, 1345C Standish St., was charged March 17 with assault on a government official and resisting, delaying and obstructing a public official at 1416 Standish St., No. 6B. She was held under $500 secured bond pending an April 14 trial date.
– Misty Bias Patterson, 32, was charged March 15 with felony breaking and entering a building at 2200 S. Main St.
– Brian Eugene Sifford, 31, was charged March 16 with assault on a female at 399 W. Henderson St.
– Ryan Alexander Delpiano, 21, was charged March 16 with injury to personal property.
– Tommy Howard Hairston, 20, was charged March 16 with misdemeanor stalking at 1399 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
– Michael David Dorsett reported items stolen March 17 from vehicles parked in the 1700 block of Dewberry Place and 1600 block of Chantilly Lane.
– Vernie Lee Clement reported a 1993 Ford truck stolen March 17 from 1715 Dewberry Place.
– James Allison reported that on March 17 someone forged and tried to cash of his personal checks that had been stolen earlier from his home.
– Teresa Eller Brown was charged March 17 with misdemeanor larceny at Kmart, 815 E. Innes St.
– Elisabeth Leber reported she was the victim of a flim-flam/confidence game/trickery between Oct. 4, 2007, and March 17 at 105 Spruce Drive.
– Christopher Scott Turner reported items valued at $500 stolen from his vehicle March 18 while it was parked at 629 S. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Jason Matthew Atwell reported items stolen from his vehicle March 18 while it was at Gerry Woods Auto Center, 525 S. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Phil Leonard reported a vandalism March 18 on Cone Mills Corp. property at 705 S. Railroad St.
– Stephine Marie Broadway reported she was the victim of fraud March 18 at 111 Mooresville Road.
– Brittany Connell Scott, 24, 542 Pinewood Ave., was charged March 18 with misdemeanor larceny, communicating threats and second-degree trespassing at Wal-Mart, 323 S. Arlington St. She was held under $1,000 secured bond pending an April 1 trial date.
– Emma Evonne Houston reported a March 18 vandalism at 236P Pearl St.
– Terrance Daron Wilkerson, 812 E. Franklin St., reported someone tried to break into his apartment between March 15 and 18.
– Jayquan Smith and Demmanuelle Fincher were charged March 18 with shoplifting concealment of goods, candy, at Food Lion, 525 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Gina Marie Helms was charged March 18 with shoplifting concealment of goods at Belk Harry in Salisbury Mall, 1935 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Craig Keith Ford reported a stereo stolen from his vehicle while it was parked March 18 at 1114 Old Concord Road.
– David A. Dockins reported someone tried to steal the stereo out of his vehicle while it was parked March 18 at the YMCA, 828 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– A 50-year-old woman reported she was the victim of a strong-arm robbery March 18 on Messner Street.
– Roberto Fitzgerald Davidson, 44, was charged March 17 with misdemeanor larceny.

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