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Thief steals leaf blowers on Enon Church Road – Crime blotter

Billy Cohen reported two leaf blowers were stolen April 26 from a residential storage building at 2435 Enon Church Road.
In other Salisbury Police reports:
– Robert Victor Wallace reported items stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at 408 Camelot Drive April 26.
– Lisa Ferrell Monroe reported her vehicle was hit by a bullet while it was parked on East Council Street at North Long Street between April 22 and 25.
– A burglar tried to pry open the back door at Hendrix Barbeque, 1624 E. Innes St., on April 26.
– Michael Scott Bowers reported items stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at 106 Lancaster Court April 26.
– Kay Paul, 300 W. Horah St., reported a burglar broke into her home April 27 through the back door.
– A burglar broke into Uncle Buck’s All American Grub, 929 S. Main St., April 27 and stole a stereo system.
– An embezzlement reported April 27 is under investigation at Marlow’s, 2030 Statesville Blvd.
– Jason Shane Holliday reported items stolen from his vehicle while it was parked at 1500 N. Main St. April 27.
– Jennifer Dawn Earnhardt reported $406 stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at Wilco Hess, 500 E. Innes St., April 27.
– A 16-year-old female reported she was assaulted April 27 at 711 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
– Mary Ann Livengood reported her wallet was stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at 2325 Statesville Blvd. April 27.
– Tammy Marie Sturgeon, 38 Kesler St., reported a burglar kicked in her back door to enter her home April 27.
– A burglar pried open a door to enter R Nails, 2112 Statesville Blvd., April 28 and then stole money.
– Julie James reported a window air conditioning unit stolen between April 25 and 28 from the Rowan-Salisbury Schools maintenance building at 515 N. Clay St.
– A television was damaged and a small amount of change stolen after a burglar broke into Kidsports Skating Rink, 2129 Statesville Blvd., the night of April 27.
– A burglar broke into the Medicine Shoppe, 1357 W. Innes St., the night of April 27, but nothing appeared to be missing.
– A burglar broke into the Golf Shop, 1953 W. Jake Alexander Blvd., on April 28.
– Mylissa Phillips reported the license plate was stolen off a Quick Copy Shop work van parked at the 324 E. Fisher St. business between April 25 and 28.
– Vandals broke windows in a vacant house at 612 Pinewood Ave. between April 14 and 28. Damage totaled $250.
– A burglar tried to break into Addison’s Barbering, 1953 W. Jake Alexander Blvd., on April 28.
– Someone broke into a drink machine April 28 at Sparky’s Car Wash, 2144 Statesville Blvd.
– Copper wire was stolen between April 24 and 28 from a house being built at 103 E. Glenview Drive, according to a report from Medley Electric Co. Inc.
– A burglar broke into Noah’s Playloft, 305 S. Link Ave. on April 28.
– A power generator was stolen during a burglary at Time Warner Cable, 1216 Lincolnton Road between April 26 and 28.
– Jerry Martin McGee reported hand tools stolen from a storage building at 714 S. Main St. between April 19 and 28.
– Julio Nuez, 1317 Parkview Circle, reported a stereo stolen from his vehicle while it was parked in his driveway April 28.
– Mario Montana Satterwhite, 22, 406 Lakewood Drive, was charged April 28 with assault on a female based on a complaint by Ashlei Harvey, 701 W. Monroe St. Trial date is June 5.
– Natasha Nicole Whiteous, 24, 610 E. Bank St., was charged April 28 with simple assault/assault and battery or affray based on a complaint by Thomas O. Heggins, 1305 W. Horah St. Trial date is May 29.

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