• 57°

Blotter: Man threatens snack truck driver

A Salisbury man who police said made threats to North Main Street residents and the driver of a Lay’s snack food truck Friday afternoon was arrested Friday night.
Police found Richard Corbett Hattaway, 52, of 1410 Briarwood Road, bleeding and intoxicated. Rowan EMS treated him at the scene for a cut to his hand.
Hattaway reportedly told one resident he would cut him, and told the driver of the Lay’s truck that he’d cut his throat.
He was charged with being intoxicated and disruptive and given a $500 secured bond.
Other arrests by the Salisbury Police Department:
• Jessica Lynn Hardin, 25, of 535 Fair Bluff Ave., and Michael Dwayne Petit, 29, of 3023 Minnesota Road, Charlotte, were arrested Friday night for misdemeanor child abuse. Pettit was also charged with assault on a female.
According to a police report, police were dispatched to Murphy’s Express, 323 Arlington St., for a domestic disturbance.
The police report said witnesses told officers Pettit hit Hardin in the face during an argument.
The report indicated that after the argument and assault, Hardin put she and Pettit’s baby, who was in a car seat, on the ground at the gas station, leaving her in the middle of the parking lot.
Police were able to catch up to Pettit and arrest him.
Hardin was given a $1,500 secured bond and Pettit was held in the Rowan County jail without bond.
• Bryan Oneal Taylor, 38, of 301 West St., Salisbury, was arrested Friday night for felony possession of crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia. He received a $2,500 secured bond.
• Joseph Lee Alexander, 31, of 1436 Old Wilkesboro Road, was arrested Friday night and charged with felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance, two felony counts of trafficking heroin and possession of marijuana. He was given a $20,000 secured bond.
• Natalie Rae Allen, 23, of 8310 Grandeur Drive, was arrested Sunday morning for felony breaking and entering a vehicle. She was given a $1,000 secured bond.
 
 
 
 
 

Comments

Comments closed.

Crime

Blotter: April 13

Coronavirus

County switches vaccines for Livingstone clinic after federal, state guidance

Coronavirus

US recommends ‘pause’ for J&J vaccine over clot reports

Education

Superintendent talks first 100 days, dives into district data

Business

‘It was an answer to a call:’ TenderHearted Home Care celebrates 10 years of providing care at home

News

Political Notebook: Local polls find increasing number of North Carolinians want COVID-19 vaccine

News

Trial begins on challenge to latest NC voter ID law

Local

Burch, Fisher, Marsh honored as 2021 recipients of Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Humanitarian Award

Landis

Landis board talks revenues, budget planning, department updates

College

College baseball: Catawba rolls 7-1 and 24-1

Nation/World

Student fires at officers at Tennessee school, is killed

Nation/World

Police: Minnesota officer meant to draw Taser, not handgun

Crime

Man receives consecutive prison sentences for sex offenses

Education

RSS Board of Education approves Faith Elementary sale

Coronavirus

Rowan Health Department receives 400 Pfizer, 800 Johnson & Johnson vaccines for week

Crime

Blotter: Accident in Food Lion only weekend shooting to produce injuries

Crime

Salisbury man charged with felony drug crimes

Crime

Second person charged in thefts from house near county line

Crime

Police use tear gas to end robbery stand off, arrest suspect

Local

Ask Us: When will Rowan Public Library’s West Branch open?

Nation/World

Prosecution case nears end in ex-cop’s trial in Floyd death

Nation/World

Officer accused of force in stop of Black Army officer fired

Crime

Blotter: Man charged with hitting man with car, fleeing while intoxicated

Local

‘Meet the need’: Rowan County Health Department looks to add to vaccination options