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Commercial-grade plumbing supplies were stolen from a Kannapolis man’s yard, according to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Department.
Ronnie James Davis, 101 Tanglewood Drive, Kannapolis, reported the theft of a commercial sink, faucets and other pipes and traps from his property May 28 or 29. Total loss was $1,625.
In other Sheriff’s Department reports:
– Johnny Scott Love of Faith reported $254 stolen from Love’s Garage in Faith between May 26 and 29.
– Rene Benware, 160 Surratt Drive, reported tools valued at $8,400 were stolen from a storage building on his property between May 26 and 29.
– A student at Hanford Dole Elementary School, 465 Choate Road, was charged May 29 with bringing a knife to school after the knife was used to threaten another student.
– James Dale Wooten, 3280 Old Beatty Ford Road, China Grove, reported jewelry valued at more than $10,000 was stolen during a May 29 break-in at his home.
– James Joseph Derringer, 45, 1085 St. Peter’s Church Road, Gold Hill, was charged May 29 with assault and battery based on a complaint by James Morgan, 109E E. Main St., Rockwell. Trial date is July 12.
– Derek Anthony Segreti, 1029 Lenwood Lane, Kannapolis, reported someone broke into his home May 29 and ransacked a bedroom.
– Angela Kurfees Endress, 1660 Godbey Road, reported a generator and pressure washer stolen from her basement between April 29 and May 29. Total loss was $3,400.
– Mark Wayne Haney, 49, 225 Arcadia Road, China Grove, was charged May 29 with simple assault based on a complaint by Danny Graham, 923 Klondale Ave., Kannapolis. He was released on a written promise to appear in court July 19.
– Danny Lee Miller, 185 Hunter St., reported vandals broke six windows in his camper while it was parked at his home between April 27 and May 29. Damage totaled $200.
– Danny Lee Miller, 56, 185 Hunter St., was charged May 29 with misdemeanor larceny and assault with a deadly weapon in Cabarrus County. He was held under $2,000 secured bond pending a July 23 trial date in Cabarrus District Court, Concord.

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