Police Blotter: Electronic equipment stolen from vehicles
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Electronic equipment stolen from vehicles
A GPS system and several Sirius satellite receivers were stolen from vehicles parked overnight at a local motel, according to the Salisbury Police Department.
Khine Maung told officers the items were stolen after several vehicles were broken into the night of May 13 at Days Inn, 321 Bendix Drive.
In other Police Department reports:
– Annie Ruth Robb reported a 1998 Mazda stolen between April 28 and May 14 from 2680 Statesville Blvd.
– Nathan Chambers reported a small fire he suspects was set by a pair of juveniles at 727 Victory St. May 14.
– Treasure Tinene Ferguson reported someone broke into her vehicle while it was parked at 1705 S. Main St. between April 30 and May 14.
– Vandals caused damage May 15 at Promats, 1517 S. Main St.
– Marlene Renee Audette reported a DVD player stolen from her van while it was parked at 315 S. Ellis St. May 15.
– A push mower and pressure washer were stolen the night of May 14 from James River Equipment at 805 Klumac Road.
– Susan T. Whitaker reported cash and T-shirts stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at 520 Club House Drive May 15. Also, one of two ducks in a cage appeared to have been shot by a BB gun that had been in the vehicle and a second duck was missing.
– Graffiti was written on a gas pump and bathroom wall at the Pop Shoppe, 1509 E. Innes St., on May 15.
– Erico Shonta McCullough reported the theft of a 1989 Pontiac from 228 Heilig Ave. between May 12 and 14.
– Michael Burke, 45, 100 S. Clay St., was charged May 15 with second-degree trespassing at 836 N. Church St., based on a complaint by Loritha Woodbury Lutz. He was held under $500 secured bond pending a June 16 trial date.
– Nerissa Yvette Johnson reported someone used her check card without permission May 15 at 428 E. Innes St.
– James Fox reported vandals broke windows in his vehicle while it was parked at 1016 Scales St. May 16.
– Chauncey Morris reported someone broke into two tractor trailers parked at North Long Street and Bringle Ferry Road May 16.