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Police Blotter 3-29

Someone tried to order items from Victoria’s Secret by opening an account in a Salisbury woman’s name, according to the Salisbury Police Department.
Once the account was opened, the suspect tried to add the name of Alisha Marie Chapman. The fraud was reported by Shela Sapp March 24.
In other Police Department reports:
– Amanda Kaye Hall, 315 Ashbrook Road, reported vandals used a 4×4 landscape timber to break a storm door at her home March 24.
– A budget Rent A Car vehicle was stolen March 24 from a gas station at 939 S. Jake Alexander Blvd. while the victim was inside paying for the fuel he had just pumped.
– David Michael Bates reported items stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at 1600 W. Park Road March 25.
– Tichica Michelle King, 502 E. Fisher St., reported her dog was stolen March 25.
– Charles Ronald Walters reported damaged his vehicle while it was parked at Salisbury Mall, 1935 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– A juvenile was charged March 25 with misdemeanor larceny, shoplifting at Wal-Mart, 323 S. Arlington St.
– Sabrina Beatrill Miller, 40, 108 Reamer Circle, was charged March 25 with misdemeanor larceny and simple assault at Wal-Mart, 323 S. Arlington St. She was held under $500 secured bond pending a May 6 trial date.
– Jonathan Corderra Williams reported his pit bull dog was stolen March 25 from his 1018 S. Main St. property.
– Thomas Luther Chipman, 41, 540 Starnes Road, was charged March 25 with two counts of possession of a controlled substance during a traffic stop at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and Cherry Street. Trial date is April 21.
– Beverly Goodlett Ellis reported her debit card was used without her permission March 25 at Wal-Mart, 323 S. Arlington St.
– A burglar broke into West Innes Texaco, 1014 W. Innes St., March 26.
– J. Henry Bost, 59, 216 Cedarwood Drive, was charged March 25 with assault with a deadly weapon or assault inflicting serious injury based on a complaint by Jeffrey Mark McDaniel. He was held under $200 secured bond pending an April 22 trial date.
– Antoine Alfonzo Holmes, 29, 427 E. Cemetery St., was charged March 25 with resisting, delaying and obstructing a public officer at 1780 Old Union Church Road. He was held under $300 secured bond pending an April 16 trial date.
– A piece of concrete was thrown into the front door at N-Tune Car Stereo, 1913 S. Main St., between March 22 and 25.
– Someone broke into a drink machine in front of M&L Mini Shop, 1126 N. Main St., on March 26.
– Jason Daniel Richardson, 31, 631 Bringle Ferry Road, was charged March 26 with assault on a female based on a complaint by Amber Richardson, same address. He was held pending a bond hearing. Trial date is May 12.
– A prescription was forged March 26 at Walgreen’s, 1505 E. Innes St.
– Vandals slashed tires on Lehia Victoria Payton’s vehicle while it was parked at 120 Clancy St. March 26.
– Elijah Lawson Jr., 34, 47 Cedar St., was charged March 26 with felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a Schedule II controlled substance and simple possession of a Schedule III controlled substance following a vehicle stop in the Kmart parking lot at 815 E. Innes St. He was held under $50,000 secured bond pending a first appearance in court.
– Mariel Castro, 727 Victory St., reported a portable DVD player stolen from her home March 26.
– Erick Thomas Eaton, 49, 816 E. Franklin St., was charged March 26 with felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a Schedule VI controlled substance at the intersection of East Cemetery and North Clay streets. He was held under $2,500 secured bond pending a first appearance in court.
– Bonita Sheryl Jordan, 38, 33 Kesler St., was charged March 26 with credit card fraud based on a complaint by Matthew Benjamin. She was released on a written promise to appear in court May 30.

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