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Burglar takes $15,000 worth of cash, jewelry
A burglar stole $5,000 cash and $10,000 worth of jewelry from a Rowan County home, according to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office.
Ignacio Curiel Nava, 640 Hallmark Estates Drive, reported the theft occurred in the early morning of April 3.
In other Sheriff’s Office reports:
– Vandals caused $200 damage to windows and door handles at Rockwell Elementary School, 114 Link St., Rockwell, the night of March 31.
– Ira Andrew Marlow, 870 Greenfield Road, China Grove, reported a burglar broke into his home April 1 and stole $150 worth of CDs. Damage to the back door totaled another $250.
– Janet Graham of Salisbury reported April 1 that vandals caused $500 damage to her vehicle while it was parked at West Rowan High School, 8050 N.C. 801, Mount Ulla, March 7.
– Jamie Lynne Myers of Salisbury reported April 1 that vandals caused $100 damage to the back door of a trailer at 626 Wyatt Grove Church Road, Gold Hill, March 24.
– Inez Porenteau of Salisbury reported a $500 portable water heater stolen from from a storage facility at 3889 Old Concord Road between Feb. 23 and April 1.
– Amy Michele Dellinger of Salisbury reported items valued at $1,050 stolen during a break-in at 255 Susan Lane between March 29 and April 1.
– Ronnie Clark Trexler, 11630 Stokes Ferry Road, Gold Hill, reported tools and jumper cables valued at $1,325 were stolen from his property between March 30 and April 1.
– Sylvia Jane Vernon, 240 Scrub Pine Drive, reported April 1 that vandals caused $100 damage to two garage door windows at her home.
– Edward Adam Hudson, 167 Moosewood Drive, China Grove, reported someone shot his dog in its left rear side April 2.

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