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Two men arrested in separate larceny events

The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office charged a Richfield man with two counts of felony larceny Wednesday.
Darrell Wayne Parker, 44, of 6860 River Road, Richfield, was placed under $5,000 bond.
He is accused of stealing a Trane heating and cooling system and a television satellite dish from Rita Deviney sometime between Sept. 3 and Sept. 22. The items had a value of $4,600.
Sometime Sept. 15 or 16, reports said, Parker stole a mo-ped from David Call. It was valued at $1,000.
In another report from the Sheriff’s Office John Francis Gallagher, 18, of 2430 Leonard Road, Salisbury, was charged with breaking, entering and larceny; attempted first-degree burglary; and first-degree burglary.
The offenses occurred Sept. 3 and 4 at 1395 Robertson Road, Salisbury. In the burglary, a bottle of Percocet and a silver necklace were taken. The items were valued at $250.
Gallagher also was placed under $5,000 bond.
Both men had their first appearances in District Court today.

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