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Burglar takes $503 from Cleveland restaurant
A burglar broke into a Cleveland restaurant and stole $503 from the office and cash box, according to the Rowan County Sheriffs Office.
Debbie Rippey reported the break-in occurred at Cs Bar B Que, 8850 Statesville Blvd., between May 12 and 14.
In other Sheriffs Office reports:
Jessi Paul McGinnis, 18, 355 Scamp Road, China Grove, was charged May 14 with felony larceny of a firearm. He was held under $1,000 secured bond pending a first appearance in court.
David Paul Cox, 2403 McGill St., Kannapolis, reported a $3,000 four-wheeler was stolen after a burglar broke into his storage building the night of May 13.
A Columbia, S.C., man reported he was taunted by three men in a black truck as he was driving on I-85 near Webb Road early on the morning of May 13. The subjects also threw a bottle at his vehicle.
David Trexler of Trexler Trucking Inc., 3350 Liberty Road, Gold Hill, reported a payroll check was stolen from the business May 10.
Jarvis Degama Neely Jr., 21, 440 Memory Lane, was charged May 14 with resisting a public officer and no operators license. He was released on a written promise to appear in court June 6.
Clyde Frank Haire of Cleveland reported two men fled when he confronted them May 14 while they were trying to steal an air conditioner from his rental property at 110 Haire Lane, Cleveland.
Clark McKinney, 215 Stonefield Lane, reported a burglar broke into his home while he was on vacation between May 5 and 14 and stole a book of personal checks, medication and seven canned drinks. Total loss was $13.
David Woodson Payne, 316 Deal Estates Drive, China Grove, reported a 12-foot utility trailer valued at $1,800 was stolen from his property the night of May 13.

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