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Grand jury indictments

By Shavonne Potts
spotts@salisburypost.com
SALISBURY — A Salisbury man who was charged in December with trying to run over a man with his car, was indicted on those charges by a Rowan County grand jury.
Robert Eugene Craver, 33, was indicted on felony assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, felony possession/attempted possession of a firearm while a protective order was in place, resist/obstruct/delay an officer and possession of a firearm by a felon.
Law enforcement officials said Craver the victim, Russell Clodfelter told them he was threatened with a handgun and a dog. When he left the area and called for help, he was ran over.
Clodfelter said Craver aimed the car at him, accelerated, and hit him in the knees, knocking him to the ground. He got up and went to the back of the car to get the license plate number, and Craver accelerated and hit him again.
Craver was with a female at a Flowers Lane residence and Clodfelter, who recently moved out, came by to pick up some of his things.
The grand jury also indicted the following:
• Noah Kenneth Brindle Jr., felony first-degree sexual offense.
Kannapolis Police charged a man in November following a five-month investigation under allegations of a sexual assault against a young girl.
• Demario Antwan Brown, felony robbery with a dangerous weapon.
He was arrested after police said he held a man at knife point in February and took $5 in cash.
• Terrell Demont Brown, assault by strangulation and assault inflicting serious bodily injury, both felonies.
Authorities found a woman at a Willow Road home in December whose nose had been broken in two places that required surgery. According to police, Brown found a telephone number in the woman’s phone that he didn’t like, and he grabbed her by the throat, threw her on the bed, and tried to take her cell phone away from her several times as she was calling for help.
• Keri Brandun Camps and Kori Blake Camps, both felony robbery with a dangerous weapon.
Police charged the Spencer brothers in December with breaking into a couple’s East Ridge Road home. Police said the two took more than 200 Roxicodone tablets, more than 100 Xanax pills and $200 in cash.
• Christopher Ray Eudy, three counts possession with intent to manufacture sell and deliver heroin, two counts sela schedule I controlled substance, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling place for a controlled substance, trafficking opium or heroin, conspire to traffick opium or heroin and possession of a firearm by a felon, all felonies. Emily Eudy, possession with intent to manufacture sell and deliver heroin, conspire to traffick, trafficking opium, possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a vehicle or dwelling place for a controlled substance.
The Rowan County Sheriff’s office charged Eudy and his wife with selling “black tar” heroin after investigators found 80 balloons packaged for sale inside the couple’s West Fork Drive home.
• Adam Fredrick Hellard, larceny of a firearm, breaking and entering, possession of a firearm by a felon, all felonies.
Cleveland Police noticed a car backed up to Steele Jones Store in November with items that seemed to belong to the store inside.
The officer found the car abandoned with a driver’s license belonging to Hellard. Authorities said Hellard most likely ran to his residence when he saw the officer and grabbed another car, but was caught when he tried to watch the officer in the distance.
• Charles Emmanuel “Bam” Johnson, four counts breaking and entering, two counts possession of stolen goods, conspiracy breaking and entering, all felonies.
Carlito Garcia, conspiracy to breaking into buildings, three counts breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, safecracking, injury to personal property.
Treasure Rishaye Gwyn, five counts possession of stolen goods, conspiracy to breaking into buildings, misdemeanor possession of marijuana (up to half an ounce), possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jasmine Johnson, conspiracy to break into buildings.
Shanta “Devil” Maurice Lomax, conspiracy to break into buildings.
East Spencer Police allege Johnson and several others were involved in a rash of break-ins that targeted the elderly. He was arrested in November.
• Selina Collins Lynch, four counts trafficking in opium or heroin and conspire to traffick heroin or opium, all felonies.
Lynch was arrested following a two-month investigation where eight people were charged in September in connection with buying drugs from an uncover officer.
• Tammy Renee Selph, two counts trafficking opium or heroin and maintaining a dwelling place or vehicle for a controlled substance, all felonies.
Selph was caught in January after being on the run for four months. She was arrested in Cherokee County.
• Tracy Lynn Silcox, felony possession of cocaine.
Silcox was arrested in January along with two others after authorities stopped the vehicle they were riding when the officer noticed a rear light was out.
• Aimeey Bonyenor Wah and Alizabeth Wedeh Wah, both each one count of felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury.
In 2009 authorities charged Wah and her sister, Alizabeth, with beating and stabbing a woman. The woman was holding a child, who also suffered injuries from the beating. The incident occurred in 2008. Both sisters remain in the Rowan County jail. Aimeey Wah was indicted in February for felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury.
• Troy Rankin, felon hit and run and driving while impaired.
Police said Rankin struck a pedestrian in December, pinning the man between two cars. The man had gotten out of his car to help his daughter out when he hit. Rankin was found at home on his couch, where he “appeared to be passed out.”
• Phillip Renee Sellers, driving while impaired, driving while license revoked and careless and reckless driving, felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance, misdemeanor sell/possession of a scheduled IV controlled substance, resisting a public officer, possession of drug paraphernalia, transporting an open container of alcoholic beverage after consuming, and felony fleeing to elude arrest.
Officials said in January Sellers ran from a trooper reaching speeds in excess of 80 mph throughout Salisbury and Granite Quarry. Police said he did not immediately stop and eventually ran into a field, hitting a ditch and then running on foot. He only stopped after being shot with a stun gun.
Authorities said he was in possession of cocaine and Xanax.
• Patrick Hudgins, eight counts of trafficking in opium, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a schedule III substance, sell and deliver a schedule III and conspire to traffick.
James Clifford Burr, two counts trafficking opium, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a schedule III controlled substance, and maintaining a vehicle or dwelling place for a controlled substance.
Hudgins was charged following an undercover investigation where 12 people were arrested for their involvement.
• Tyquon Summers, four counts first-degree sex offense.
He was charged in December after he turned himself in to authorities. Officials said the incidents involved someone younger than 13 years old.
• James Hardy, seven counts of statutory rape.
According to police, a 15-year-old female reported sexual abuse to guidance counselors at school, and the school notified law enforcement.
• Jessica Maria Quick Adams, possession of a firearm by a felon, 17 counts breaking and entering a motor vehicle, 15 counts misdemeanor larceny, 10 counts financial card theft, two counts felony larceny.
Kacey Adams, obtaining property by false pretenses, 17 counts breaking and entering a motor vehicle, 17 counts misdemeanor larceny, two counts felony larceny, 10 counts financial card theft, two counts misdemeanor financial card fraud, two counts larceny of firearm and possession of firearm by felon.
The husband and wife were arrested in January. Authorities said the two took items from several cars parked at Cripple Creek Roadhouse.
A week later, he was caught on video taking things from unlocked cars at First Baptist Church of Gold Hill during the Sunday service.
Jessica Adams drove her husband around the parking lot of the church, authorities said.
• Tina Morton, felony flee to elude arrest, felony serious injury by vehicle, driving while impaired.
According to a Salisbury Police Department report, Morton was driving drunk around 7 a.m. and sped away when an officer tried to stop her.
The chase continued south on U.S. 29 and into China Grove, where police say Morton ran a stop light and hit a vehicle near the Rite Aid.
Morton and the driver of the car were both taken to the hospital.
• Raymond Charles Creason, 77, trafficking in opium by possession, trafficking in opium by transportation, maintaining a vehicle to keep and store a controlled substance, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a controlled substance, all felonies, and a misdemeanor count of carrying a concealed weapon.
Authorities arrested him as he tried to sell illegal prescription drugs at Salisbury Mall, officials said.
• Antonio Montreal Chambers, possession of a firearm by a felon, felony possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance on prison/jail premises.
Detention officers found a razor blade and 1.9 grams of crack cocaine in the underpants of a freshly admitted jail inmate.
Contact reporter Shavonne Potts at 704-797-4253.

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