Catalytic converter thieves charged
Two Salisbury men were caught in the act stealing catalytic converters from a local automotive garage. Both suspects were also charged with the theft of 16 converters from a car dealership in early June.
Charles Dill, 20, of 221 Eden Drive, and Marcus Ray Lindsay, 17, of 560 Oak Mountain Road, were charged with multiple counts of larceny and vandalism.
The two were caught by a Rowan County Sheriff’s deputy at Franklin Service and Garage late Monday night.
Lindsay is also charged with taking catalytic converters from Cloninger Ford on June 9 and On Track Auto Sales in May. Dill, too, is charged with the theft of catalytic converters from Cloninger Ford.
See Wednesday’s Post for more details.