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Items were stolen from a Thomasville Police Department vehicle while it was parked at 123 N. Arlington St. between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. March 7, according to the Salisbury Police Department.
In other Police Department reports:
– Susan Hurt reported items stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at 2318 S. Main St. March 7.
– David Wilson reported a vandalism at 923 S. Caldwell St. the night of March 6.
– Sallie Belk Lowe reported a March 7 vandalism at 323 S. Arlington St.
– Rosa Mae Bronson reported a March 7 vandalism at 314 Mahaley Ave.
– Counterfeit money was passed March 7 at Kangaroo Express, 2270 Statesville Blvd.
– Ivonne George Shay reported items stolen from avehicle while it was parked at 1005 Klumac Road, March 7.
– Jerome Curtis reported someone took his vehicle from 209 E. Bank St. March 7 and used it without authorization.
– Chantelle Angelique Isaac reported items stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at 1020 E. Innes St. March 7.
– A burglar broke into Office Depot, 715 E. Innes St., March 8.
– A vandalism was reported at TLC Carwash, 931 S. Main St., the night of March 7.
– A vandalism was reported the night of March 7 at Red’s Mart, 1014 Old W. Innes St.
– A burglar broke into Uncle Buck’s All American Grub, 929 S. Main St., March 8.
– Bresha Raychell Robinson reported a March 8 larceny at 409 E. Fisher St.
– Michael Nguyen reported a March 8 larceny at 724 S. Ellis St.
– Keith Kendrick Valencourt reported a March 8 vandalism at 100 Manor Drive.
– Florence Lucy Fortner reported a burglar broke into 120 N. Caldwell St. March 4.
– Melanie Marie Blackwelder reported items stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at 2318 S. Main St. March 9.
– Regina Vriesema reported items stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at 1811 W. Jake Alexander Blvd. March 9.
– Richard Nash Creel reported March 9 that automobile accessories had been stolen from 201 W. Fisher St. on Jan. 15.
– A 26-year-old man was the victim of a knife assault March 9 at 319 Bendix Drive.
– Ashley Christina Coble, 19, 198 Delanos Lane, Mocksville, was charged March 8 with disorderly conduct at Zidis, 126 S. Main St. She was held under $700 secured bond pending a May 21 trial date.
– Larry Otis Coble Jr., 22, 183 James Road, Advance, was charged March 8 with assault on a government official at Zidis, 126 S. Main St. He was held under $700 secured bond pending an April 2 trial date.
– Jose Cruz Albarran-Martinez reported a vandalism at 1033 Rowan Circle the night of March 9.
– Anthony Wayne Lewis reported a burglar broke into 1308 Hillsboro St. March 10.
– Sharlette Graham reported a burglar broke into 919 Old Plank Road March 10.
– Richard Nash Creel reported a March 10 vandalism at 529 W. Liberty St.
– Justin Neal, 16, 240 Freedom Drive, was charged March 10 with first-degree burglary. He is accused of breaking into Dorothy Egor Hicks’ home at 145 Independence Drive. He was held under $25,000 secured bond pending a first appearance in court.
– A 35-year-old woman was the victim of a strong-arm robbery just after midnight March 11 at 2010 Statesville Blvd.
– Ronnie Lee Coble, 21, was charged March 8 with assault on a government official at Zidis, 127 S. Main St.
– A computer was stolen March 10 from Keystone Freight Corp., 700 N. Long St.
– Thirty handguns and other items were stolen during a March 11 burglary at Gunworks of Salisbury, 201 E. Innes St.
– A juvenile client was charged March 11 with vandalism to a wall at Fresh Start Youth Services, 712 W. Fisher St.
– Richard Darrell Hancock, 416 W. Horah St., reported items stolen March 11 from his house and vehicle.
– A burglar broke into Salisbury Moving and Storage, 1428 Lutheran Synod Drive, March 12.
– Jamin Josiah Pearman, 26, 1431 W. Horah St., was charged March 11 with felony assault by strangulation. He was held pending a bond hearing.
– Joel Bartholemew Hiatt, 69, 215 Union Heights Blvd., was charged March 11 with felony taking indecent liberties with children. He was held under $3,000 secured bond pending a first appearance in court.
– Samantha Singletary Graham reported a larceny from her vehicle while it was parked at 521 N. Caldwell St. March 11 and 12.
– Benjamin Ellis Blake, 315 Ashbrook Road, reported someone broke into his apartment March 12.
– Deidre Ann Holloway, 45, was charged March 12 with misdemeanor larceny of $75.64 worth of groceries from Food Lion, 525 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Jayantilal Parbubhai Patel, 809 S. Fulton St., reported his 1999 Nissan Altima was stolen March 13 from the parking area in front of his apartment.
– Erin Elizabeth Schenk reported her wallet stolen from a vehicle parked at 810 S. Main St. March 13.
– A license plate was stolen off a Tri State Hospital Supply vehicle parked at the 3310 S. Main St. business the night of March 12.
– Jose Antonio Sanabria reported his identity has been used by subjects in cities in California, Florida and Pennsylvania to obtain jobs.
– Joshua Alexander Hovis, 21, 310 N. Shaver St., was charged March 13 with misdemeanor larceny and second-degree trespassing at Family Dollar Store, 410 E. Innes St. He was held under $1,000 secured bond pending an April 9 trial date.
– Peggy Darline Earnhardt reported medication and personal checks stolen from her 236 Dollie Circle home March 12.
– Someone tried to use a counterfeit $10 bill at Rushco, 1518 E. Innes St., March 13.
– Billie Parker Alexander reported a burglar broke into 203 Spring Drive March 13.
– An 18-year-old female reported she was robbed at gunpoint March 13 as she walked on Institute Street toward Livingstone College.
– Jonathan David Keck reported a March 13 vandalism at 220 W. Lafayette St.
– Ladsine Taylor, 300 Knollwood Ave., reported vandals spray-painted obscenities on her driveway between March 11 and 13.
– Eloise Worth Adkins, 49, was charged March 12 with simple assault on a handicapped person.
– Skylar Dwayne Hayes, 24, 608 Elm St., was charged March 13 with assault on a female. Trial date is March 27.
– Scott Alan Lee Mays, 42, 695 Blue Heron Drive, was charged March 13 with being a habitually impaired driver. He was held under $5,000 secured bond pending a first appearance in court.

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