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Thief steals food from home – Sheriff's blotter

Sheriff’s Office
Donna Bunton, 2935 Lower Stone Church Road, reported a burglar stole $50 worth of food from her home April 23.
In other Sheriff’s Office reports:
– Randy Ray Myers, 48, was charged April 23 with assault on a female at 130 Carrie Drive.
– Michael Shane Starnes, 39, was charged April 23 with making harassing telephone calls at County Line, Kannapolis.
– Timothy Eugene Wise, 2610 Patterson Road, China Grove, reported a burglar broke into his home the night of April 23 and stole a mandolin and rifle. Total loss was $700.
– Cody Daniel Khan, 18, was charged April 24 with possession of spirituous liquor on the campus of East Rowan High School, 175 St. Luke’s Church Road.
– Linda Maie Hartley reported money stolen from her unattended purse April 20 at 4770 Bringle Ferry Road.
– Robert Eugene Blake reported three heat pumps were stolen and a fourth damaged at 1015 Gateway Drive, Mooresville, between April 17 and 24.
– Jeremy Eugene Motley, 18, was charged April 24 with simple assault.
– Tony Conway Duckworth, 32, was charged April 24 with felony breaking and entering a building.
– Garcia Dontae Finger, 29, was charged April 24 with felony larceny.
– Jennifer Lorrain Thomas, 28, was charged April 25 with misdemeanor breaking and entering a building.

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