Racing equipment taken
On June 14, Douglas Foley reported to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office that $243,000 worth of racing and car equipment was missing from his Mooresville business, Doug Foley’s Drag Racing School. The largest and most valuable item missing is a drag racing truck valued at $200,000.
The Sheriff’s Office said there may be a dispute between business partners, and if the two men can’t agree on anything, they will go to civil court. Authorities are investigating.
Other reports being investigated by the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office:
• The East Rowan YMCA reported someone broke into the soccer field snack stand at 1540 Majolica Road between 4:30 and 4:45 p.m. Tuesday, taking 40 Cheerwines, a box of Airhead candy, a box of Blow Pops and an additional $60 worth of soft drinks. About $1,000 damage was done to the building, and video recordings were collected as evidence, the report said.
• Gregg Garczynski of Salisbury reported someone used a pry tool to break into a building on Autumnlight Drive in Salisbury between April 14 and June 14, taking electrical wiring worth $1,900.
• Herman Peterson of Salisbury reported someone entered his Brook Valley Drive home sometime between 11:30 p.m. June 10 and 6:15 a.m. June 11, taking a desktop computer, 42-inch flat screen television, several DVD players and a digital video camera. Total value of the items taken was around $2,000.
• Duke Energy reported $1,000 in copper wiring was taken from a site on Furniture Drive, Salisbury, between May 1 and June 14.