• 79°

A fire extinguisher was discharged inside West Rowan High School, 8050 N.C. 801, Mount Ulla, according to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Department.
Michael Holt told deputies the incident occurred June 12 after the suspect entered the school by unknown means. The fire extinguisher was thrown through a window after it was emptied.
In other Sheriff’s Department reports:
– Audrey Mason, 119 E. 31st St., Kannapolis, reported someone siphoned approximately $30 worth of gasoline out of her car while parked at her home between June 9 and 11.- William Earnhardt reported June 12 that sprockets, gang saw spacers, electric motors and 200 feet of copper wiring had been stolen from an abandoned saw mill at 13525 U.S. 52, Gold Hill.
– William Noble, 27, was charged June 12 with larceny of motor fuel from the Woodleaf BP.
– Johnny Trexler, 280 Timber Ridge Drive, reported the license plate was stolen off his truck while he was at work June 12 at Car Camp, 7621 Old Mocksville Road.
– Gary Cook, 430 East Ridge Road, reported he heard a noise outside his home around midnight June 12. He investigated and found his dump truck stolen.
– Brenda Marie Chambers, 175 Elizabeth Ave., reported items valued at $2,540 were stolen during a break-in at her home the night of June 12.
– Joseph M. Teahan, 46, 120 Charolais Drive, was charged June 13 with simple assault based on a complaint by Timothy Shawn Faucette, 719 Victory St. Trial date is July 19.
– Jeff Wayne Honeycutt of Salisbury reported someone punched a hole in the gas tank on Carmel Baptist Church’s van while it was parked at the 2100 Mooresville Road church between May 19 and June 13 and siphoned gasoline.
– James Hugh Cunningham III, 121 Cruse Lane, reported a $370 nail gun stolen from his garage between June 9 and 12.
– Jane Hall Ayscue, 1083 Gaddy’s Mobile Home Drive, Kannapolis, reported jewelry and coins worth $30,440 stolen during a burglary at her home between May 9 and June 12.
– Sam Cassell of Pleasant Garden reported someone broke into 197 Crowder Dixon Road between June 7 and 12, but nothing was missing.
– LuAnne Fesperman Mullis of Kannapolis reported windows, an air conditioning unit and copper tubing were stolen from 8068 Georgia Ave., Kannapolis, between June 8 and 13.- Alma Estelle Salas, 270 Archer Road, reported someone broke a window in her vehicle while parked at her home June 13. Damage totaled $100.- Julie Ann Kluttz of Rockwell reported a burglar broke into Kluttz Grocery, 6490 S. Main St., June 12 or 13 and stole a computer, digital camera and variety of beer. Total loss was $2,100.
– Keith Ailian Adams, 34, 905 Webb Road, was charged June 13 with assault on a female based on a complaint by April Mae Paullin, same address. He was held pending a bond hearing. Trial date is July 26.

Comments

Comments closed.

Elections

Former North Carolina Gov. McCrory enters US Senate race

Crime

Salisbury woman arrested in Myrtle Beach for abducting child

Health

County updates health director job description, will advertise for position

High School

High school tennis: East beats Carson, still hopes to share NPC title

Elections

Board of Elections to purchase upgraded voting equipment using federal grant

Kannapolis

Kyle Seager drives in winning run in first game as Mariners split doubleheader with Orioles

Local

City exhausts this year’s funds for Innes Street Improvements, Municipal Services District grant programs

Landis

Landis adopts amendments to Zoning Ordinance related to signs, Planning Board terms

Nation/World

Cop, police chief resign 2 days after Black motorist’s death

Nation/World

Expert says cop was justified in pinning down George Floyd

Crime

Blotter: April 13

Coronavirus

County switches vaccines for Livingstone clinic after federal, state guidance

Coronavirus

US recommends ‘pause’ for J&J vaccine over clot reports

Education

Superintendent talks first 100 days, dives into district data

Business

‘It was an answer to a call:’ TenderHearted Home Care celebrates 10 years of providing care at home

News

Political Notebook: Local polls find increasing number of North Carolinians want COVID-19 vaccine

News

Trial begins on challenge to latest NC voter ID law

Local

Burch, Fisher, Marsh honored as 2021 recipients of Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Humanitarian Award

Landis

Landis board talks revenues, budget planning, department updates

College

College baseball: Catawba rolls 7-1 and 24-1

Nation/World

Student fires at officers at Tennessee school, is killed

Nation/World

Police: Minnesota officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun

Crime

Man receives consecutive prison sentences for sex offenses

Education

RSS Board of Education approves Faith Elementary sale