• 59°

blotter

A 13-year-old boy was charged Jan. 31 with snatching a purse from Charlotte Rumsey as she shopped in a motorized chair Jan. 31 at Wal-Mart, 323 S. Arlington. He was apprehended by another juvenile in the parking lot, and the purse was recovered undamaged.
In other Salisbury Police reports:
– Gregory Scott Adam, 1410 Lakewood Drive, reported items stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at the apartments Jan. 30.
– Harry Wilson and Ian Wilson reported their mo-peds stolen Jan. 31 from 712 Maple Ave., Apartment 3.
– Kenyel Jenkins, 26, 519 E. Cemetery St., was charged Jan. 30 with injury to personal property. Trial date is March 6.
– Darry Edward Slaughter, 46, 200 Montclair Drive, was charged Jan. 30 with communicating threats, simple assault and felony taking indecent liberties with children. He was held under $75,000 secured bond pending a first appearance in court.
– A laptop computer was stolen Jan. 29 or 30 from N-tech Solutions, 105 Statesville Blvd.
– Timothy McDaniel reported CDs stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at 1305 Lakewood Drive the night of Jan. 29.
– Lloyd Lee Plummer, 41, was charged Jan. 30 with misdemeanor larceny of beer and toiletries from Wal-Mart, 323 S. Arlington St.
– A vandalism was reported at Inksane Tattoo, 1329 S. Main St., between Jan. 24 and 30.
– Matthew Leavy Cross reported his vehicle stolen the night of Jan. 30 from 214 E. Fisher St.
– Thomas Clark Llewellyn reported vandals damaged his vehicle while it was parked at 203 Ackert Ave. Jan. 31.
– James E. Conner Jr. was charged Jan. 31 with misdemeanor larceny of a $22.89 hair trimmer from Kmart, 815 E. Innes St.
– Subhash C. Saxena reported $40, four cartons of cigarettes stolen Jan. 31 from Papa Topps, 902 S. Main St.
– Lisa Renee McGruther, 40, 1230 Long Creek Road, Kings Mountain, was charged Jan. 31 with misdemeanor larceny of $95.58 worth of merchandise from Kmart, 815 E. Innes St. Trial date is March 4.
– Ralph Fisher, 505 Sunset Drive, reported vandals damaged his mailbox the night of Jan. 30.

Comments

Comments closed.

Ask Us

Ask Us: What programs exist for litter cleanup?

Business

County begins accepting restaurant grant applications

Crime

Blotter: Salisbury man charged with nine more felony sex offenses

Nation/World

Biden team readies wider economic package after virus relief

Nation/World

Spacewalking astronauts prep station for new solar wings

Nation/World

Cuomo sorry for remarks aide ‘misinterpreted’ as harassment

Nation/World

Trump calls for GOP unity, repeats lies about election loss

Education

Rowan County administers 700 vaccines, with majority going to local educators

Crime

Shoplifting at Walmart presents challenge for Salisbury police

Local

Commissioners will hear details about changes to solar energy policies

Business

After overcoming obstacles, local barber Daniel King earns registered status

Lifestyle

39th annual K12 student exhibitions go virtual

Business

Biz Roundup: Chamber of Commerce to host ‘Salute to Agri-Business’ at March Power in Partnership

Local

Local legislators back bills ranging from new restrictions on sex offenders to Holocaust education

News

After surviving COVID-19 scare, Lois Willard set to celebrate 100th birthday

High School

Carson rolls over South 41-0 as about 600 allowed in to see season opener for both

Education

East Spencer after-school program looks toward opening, nonprofit status

Lifestyle

Frank Ramsey inducted into the NC Military Veterans Hall of Fame

College

Livingstone’s Stoutamire inducted into 2021 CIAA Hall of Fame

Nation/World

J&J’s 1-dose shot cleared, giving US 3rd COVID-19 vaccine

Coronavirus

13 deaths reported in Rowan, county stresses need to receive second dose

Coronavirus

10% of Rowan residents receive first dose; eight COVID-19 deaths reported this week

News

North Carolina State Highway Patrol commander to retire

Education

UNC School of the Arts may go for online learning due to COVID-19 spread