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Sheriff blotter: Burglar takes TV and cold drink

A burglar stole a $900 flat-screen television, a $50 camera flashcard and a can of Mountain Dew from a China Grove home, according to the Rowan County Sheriffís Office.
Laura A. Hoffner, 950 Corriher Springs Road, China Grove, reported the theft occurred during the day on June 30. The suspect also caused $150 damage to a door and frame breaking into the home.
In other Sheriffís Office reports:
Pierre M. Weaks, 25, was charged June 30 with possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance following a license check stop at McCanless and Choate roads.
Eva Kluttz, 1101 McCanless Road, reported a burglar broke into her home between June 28 and 30. Damage to both front and back doors totaled $150.
Una Moessinger Pursel, 260 Bob White Run, reported jewelry valued at $3,350 was stolen from her bedroom between June 6 and 30.
Brian Scott Townsend, 36, was charged June 30 with second-degree rape.
Teresa Treadway Reyes, 29, was charged June 30 with felony forgery of checks.
Kevin Clontz, 44, was charged June 30 with assault by pointing a gun at 1170 Sandvika Lane.
Michael L. Ragan, 380 Grant Road, reported items valued at $1,110 were stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at his home the night of June 30.
Randall James Livengood, 28, was charged July 1 with felony larceny at 221 Eden Drive.
Andrew W. Ervin, 116 Dogwood Drive, China Grove, reported a burglar used a key to enter his home July 1 and steal items valued at $1,560.
Vandals caused $100 damage July 1 at the Hot Spot, 5710 S. Main St.
Tiffany M. Ghent, 168 Red Pine Road, Gold Hill, reported items valued at $145 were stolen during a July 1 break-in at her home. Damage to a door totaled $100.
Ronnie A. Sain of Salisbury reported vandals caused $900 damage to his vehicle while it was parked at 535 Ranchwood Drive July 1.

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