Police: Break-in at park maintenance office

Published 12:00 am Friday, June 3, 2011

SALISBURY – The Salisbury Police Department is investigating a break-in at the the city’s park maintenance office that included the theft of a tree-trimming tool.
The City of Salisbury Sports Complex reported that between 4 p.m. Wednesday and 7 a.m. Thursday, someone cut through the fence at 1015 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. and broke into two storage buildings by removing screws from the door hinges.
According to the police report, a $480 pole pruner was the only item taken.
In other Salisbury Police Department reports for Thursday:
• Tonya Renee Parker, of Harrel Street, reported the theft of $100 in coins, a $10 wallet and five checks from her home in a burglary sometime between early morning and early afternoon Thursday.
• Rebecca Krathwohl Buckwell reported a property damage hit and run in the parking lot of Casa Grande at 905 Klumac Road. She told authorities that while she was inside the restaurant Thursday evening, an unknown vehicle struck hers and left, causing an estimated $500 in damage to a corner panel of her vehicle.
• William Lamonte Givens, of Chantilly Lane, reported that sometime in the past four years, someone opened a fraudulent credit card in his name and made charges totaling $1,570.