Man leads police on chase
SALISBURY ó A Kannapolis man is in jail under a $7,500 bond, accused of leading a Rowan County Sheriffís deputy on a high-speed chase Friday night.
Larry Donnell Curry, 58, of Charlie Walker Road in Kannapolis, is charged with possession of cocaine, driving while impaired, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting, obstructing and delaying an officer and felony fleeing to elude arrest with a motor vehicle.
Curry is accused of taking off after Dep. J.M. Huffman tried to stop him for speeding.
He is scheduled to appear in court today.
Donna Michelle Helms, 38, of 235 Teague Road, is charged with felony possession of a controlled substance. Bond is $2,500, and she is scheduled to appear in court today.
Cary Joseph Jackson II, 22, of 311 Prince St. in Kannapolis, is charged with simple possession of marijuana, trafficking in heroin and felony possession of cocaine. Bond is $7,500, and he was scheduled to appear in court Monday.
Charles Dennis Turner Jr., 51, of 1385 Needmore Road in Woodleaf, is charged with possession of a firearm by a felon. Bond is $2,500, and he was scheduled to appear in court Monday.
Tonia Annette White, 42, of 225 Laurel Pointe Circle in Salisbury, is charged with assault inflicting serious injury and resist, delay, obstruct a public officer. She is being held without bond pending a domestic violence bond hearing. White is scheduled to appear in court July 26.
Phillip Lamont Harrison, 35, of 1328 W. Horah St. in Salisbury, is charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Bond is $500, and he was scheduled to appear in court July 25.
Willie Lee Lyles, 42, of 507 N. Long St. in Salisbury, is charged with misdemeanor larceny. He received a citation and is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 2.
Janice Mae McManus, 23, of 305 Meadow Green Drive in Salisbury, is charged with driving while impaired. She was issued a written promise to appear in court July 29.
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