Police Blotter Mack Street couple faces breaking and entering charges
A local couple faces charges of felony breaking and entering a building and felony larceny, according to the Salisbury Police Department.
April Marie Woodhull, 30, and Jessie Don Woodhull, 31, both of 720 Mack St., were charged with the two felonies April 18.
April Woodhull, who was originally arrested in Georgia and extradited to North Carolina on the two felony warrants, also was charged with failure to appear/comply.
She was held under $16,500 secured bond pending a first appearance in court. Bond was set at $15,000 for Jessie Woodhull, also pending a first appearance in court.
In other Police Department reports:
– Terry Lamont McCullough, 21, 31 Kesler St., was charged April 19 with possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance at 402 Park Ave. He was released on a written promise to appear in court June 5.
– Jason Shane Holliday, 23, 1500 N. Main St., was charged April 19 with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and domestic criminal trespassing during a traffic stop at the intersection of Standish Street and Brenner Avenue. He was held pending a bond hearing. Trial date is May 19.
– Michael Stewart Dye, 50, 1519 Arbor Drive, was charged April 20 on a felony warrant for being a fugitive from justice in Virginia, where he is wanted for larceny. He was held under $2,500 secured bond pending a first appearance in court.
– John Gabriel-Lamont Roseborough reported an April 18 larceny at 500 E. Innes St.
– Jeffrey Shane Hartley reported an MP3 player stolen from his unlocked vehicle while it was parked at 331 Woodson St. the night of April 18.
– A 50-year-old man reported he was assaulted April 19 at 1415 W. Bank St.
– Gregory Charles Culp reported a CD player was stolen April 19 from his vehicle while it was parked at Fat Jack’s Bar, 120 Military Ave.
– Preston Wallace III reported the license tag stolen off his vehicle while it was parked at 924 Rowan Ave. April 19.
– A juvenile was charged April 19 with shoplifting at Claire’s Boutique in Salisbury Mall, 1935 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.
– Latisha Danielle Smith reported a burglar broke into 1023 Richard St. on April 19.
– Jacqueline Diann Watson reported vandals damaged tires on her vehicle while it was parked at 701 W. Horah St. April 20.
– A leaf blower and grass trimmer were stolen April 20 from a storage shed at First United Methodist Church, 217 S. Church St.
– Jon Wilhelm reported the April 20 theft of $808 worth of power tools from 428 W. Horah St.
– A vandalism to mail was reported at Jim’s Welding, 4 Warehouse Drive, the night of April 19.
– Vandals threw a cinderblock through a window at the Bible Book Store, 314 S. Main St., April 20.
– Michael Stewart Dye reported his vehicle stolen April 20 from his 1519 Arbor Drive home.
– Bob Morris, 522 S. Church St., reported tools stolen April 20 from a storage building behind his home.
– Food, clothing, batteries and beer valued at $210.94 were shoplifted April 20 from Wal-Mart, 323 S. Arlington St.
– Barry Eugene Chaffin, 218 N. Ellis St., reported work tools stolen during an April 20 burglary at his home.
– Erin Davis and Steven Michael reported an April 20 vandalism at 1204 Stanley St.
– A 26-year-old woman reported she was assaulted April 20 at 714 Reeds Lane.
– A burglar tried to break into Alexander Place Apartments, 200 Hamilton Drive., on April 21.
– A burglar tried to break into Erese Chiropractic Center, 1122 N. Main St., on April 21.
– Alvin Lamar Holmes reported someone stole checks from him and then forged them at 1300 W. Innes St.
– Vandals broke a window April 21 at KMD Construction, 1305 Richard St.
– Jennifer Lorrain Thomas, 28, 309 E. Fisher St., and Aaron Anderson Wilks, 51, address given as streets of Salisbury, were charged April 21 with shoplifting candy and crackers from Kmart, 815 E. Innes St. They were held under $500 secured bond each pending a June 3 trial date.
– Charles Ray Lockert reported items stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at 508 S. Main St. April 22.
– Wendy Dalton Dill reported a burglar tried to break into 606 S. Clay St. April 22.