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Grand jury indicts teen on first-degree murder charges

By Shavonne Potts
spotts@salisburypost.com
SALISBURY — A Rowan County grand jury indicted a teen for first-degree murder in the shooting death of Rigoberto Angeles-Resendiz in late August.
Quamaine Deshawn Patterson, 18, turned himself into to authorities a day after Angeles-Resendiz was found in his car with a gunshot wound to the head. The grand jury indicted Patterson early last week.
The following have also been indicted:
• Kacey Adams, breaking into motor vehicles.
Adams is accused of stealing guns, cell phones, tools and cash from unlocked cars parked at Cripple Creek Roadhouse and First Baptist Church of Gold Hill during Sunday services.
• Dawn Alexander, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia; possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule II controlled substance, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, maintaining a dwelling to keep, store and sell controlled substance, all felonies.
Alexander was arrested in January at a Twin Chapel Drive home along with Andre Brown.
Brown was also indicted on the following: felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, felony possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, felony maintaining a dwelling to keep, store and sell controlled substance, felony possession of a firearm by a felon and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.
Authorities seized a little more than 11/2 pounds of marijuana, seven grams of crack cocaine, a handgun and $300 in cash.
• Joseph Angle, felony possession with the intent to sell and deliver marijuana, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a dwelling to keep, store and sell controlled substance.
Angle, his girlfriend Tylysa Rice, and Justin Burton were arrested in February following an undercover sting.
The month-long investigation included multiple agencies including the SBI and undercover officers who authorities said bought drugs from the two men.
Rice is also indicted on maintaining a dwelling to keep, store and sell controlled substance, felony possession with the intent to sell and deliver marijuana and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.
Court records do not indicate pending matters for Burton.
• Charles Bangert Jr., robbery with a dangerous weapon, resisting a public officer and felony possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana.
Authorities said he told them two men took some yard tools from his home when in fact he was being accused of robbing the two men at knifepoint.
He was arrested in July.
• Robert Bronson, possession with the intent to sell and deliver a scheduled II controlled substance and felony possession of a scheduled II controlled substance.
Police said they found four crack rocks in a trash can inside Bronson’s home. Bronson was charged in May.
• Kenneth Bynum, three counts of statutory rape, and four counts of indecent liberties with a child.
Bynum, 22, is accused of having sex with a 14-year-old girl. He was charged in July.
• Brandon Carpenter, second-degree kidnapping, communicating threats to a child, assault on a female and assault on a child.
He was arrested in July after authorities said he kidnapped his 11-year-old son’s mother. The boy called 911 to report the abuse. A report said the victim tried to run to a neighbor’s house and he dragged her back.
• Anthony Carter, possession with intent to manufacture sell and deliver heroin, conspire to sell heroin, conspire to traffick opium/heroin, habitual felon.
Police found Carter in possession of seven bags of heroin. He was arrested in June.
• Rito Chavez, seven counts possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, three counts sell/deliver cocaine, two counts trafficking in cocaine, sell/deliver, two counts of maintaining a dwelling place to keep, store and sell controlled substance.
Chavez was arrested in May following an undercover operation where SBI agents purchased drugs at his China Grove home.
Ignacio Martinez Albarran was also arrested during that investigation.
• Michael Connor (Conner), common-law robbery and assault inflicting serious bodily injury.
He is accused of taking money from a man and assaulting him in April.
• Robert Craver, trafficking opium or heroin, possession with intent to sell and deliver heroin, sale of a controlled substance, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling place for the sell of controlled substances and conspiring to to sell a schedule I controlled substance.
Authorities said investigators made undercover purchases of hydrocodone and black tar heroin from Craver. The investigation began in late June and he was charged in August.
• Stephen Delong, two counts indecent liberties with a child.
• Sara Fields, possession of heroin, trafficking opium/heroin and possession of cocaine, trafficking opium by transport and possession of drug paraphernalia.
In May, a police officer arrested Fields in a Kannapolis motel.
• Raheem Gibby, larceny of a firearm, possession of burglary tools, breaking and entering a motor vehicle, possession of weapon of mass destruction.
Gibby along with two other teens were charged after allegedly breaking into a camper and took a rifle that had been altered.
Joshua Polnisch was also indicted larceny of a firearm, possession of burglary tools, breaking and entering a motor vehicle, possession of weapon of mass destruction, possession of a malt beverage by a person younger than 21.
Jonathan Jacobs is expected in district court in late October.
• Bennie Geter Jr., six counts of possession with intent to sell or deliver cocaine, six counts of selling or delivering cocaine, two counts of conspiring to sell cocaine, two counts conspiring to deliver cocaine and one count of maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for a controlled substance.
A 9-month undercover drug investigation came to an end in June when Geter and others were arrested.
Larry Victor McCluney, was indicted on possession with intent to sell or deliver cocaine, selling cocaine, delivering cocaine and conspiring to sell cocaine and conspiring to deliver cocaine.
Steven Jones, who was also arrested, is expected in court in early October.
• Roderick Hardin, robbery with a dangerous weapon and six counts of second-degree kidnapping.
He was charged in July charged in connection with the armed robbery of a family at their Deal Road home.
• Arkeyo Johnson, indecent liberties with children and second-degree kidnapping.
He was charged in July after authorities said he inappropriately touched a 12-year-old girl. The girl was at a home with a friend who shared the house with Johnson.
• Kenneth Lewis, second-degree murder.
In December, authorities said a drunken Lewis crossed the center lane and collided with a vehicle driven by Carolyn Wilson. He was charged with driving while impaired, felony death by motor vehicle and other driving infractions.
• Joseph Lightsey II, nine counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle, eight counts of misdemeanor larceny, obtaining property by false pretenses, two counts of larceny after breaking and entering and one count of identity theft.
Police say Lightsey and another man broke into a number of vehicles on Sunset Drive in February.
• Pamela Lynch, three felony counts of taking a financial transaction card, three felony counts of obtaining property by false pretenses and habitual felon.
Lynch was arrested in April after authorities said she took a woman’s purse and later rented a room in the same motel. She was also indicted in May.
• Tony Mills, felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance, misdemeanor possession of a schedule VI substance and habitual felon.
Authorities charged Mills with drug possession in January after he was accused of beating his girlfriend. Those assault charges were dismissed.
Investigating officers searched Mills’ home after learning he may have drugs and discovered crack cocaine and marijuana, a report said.
• Cameron Neely, common law robbery, assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury.
Neely is accused of stealing a 2003 Lincoln, cell phone and wallet in May and assaulting a man with a handgun and his fist.
• Kiara Oglesby, felony possession of scheduled II controlled substance and maintaining a dwelling place for the sale of controlled substances.
Ecstasy pills, crack cocaine and marijuana were found during an apartment search in May.
• Crystal Overcash, embezzlement.
Overcash was arrested and charged in July with embezzlement by an employee after her employer, Franklin Homes Construction, found discrepancies in the company’s accounts.
• Marica Peck, aka Tyrone Peck, habitual felon.
• Rene Perez, indecent liberties with a child.
He was charged in August with touching a 15-year-old girl inappropriately while at Ramba Tropicana in Landis and is now in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials.
• Timothy Reigel, three counts statutory rape and three counts indecent liberties with a child.
He was arrested in July and is being held in the Rowan County jail under a $1 million bond.
• Johnny Sheppard, robbery with a dangerous weapon and second-degree kidnapping.
In July authorities said he broke into an elderly woman’s home and robbed her. He lived in the same residential complex as the 81-year-old.
• Corey Sims, common law robbery, assault inflicting serious bodily injury.
Sims was the victim in a June shooting in East Spencer. He along with the other victims were uncooperative with law enforcement.
• Dustin Sloop, breaking and entering a motor vehicle, misdemeanor larceny, two counts possession of stolen goods, breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering and trafficking in opium/heroin.
Officials arrested him and a woman with several substances after an accidental overdose was reported by the fire department.
• Jacob Smith, six counts of statutory rape, six counts of indecent liberties with a child.
Smith was charged in August after his alleged involvement with a teenage girl.
A report said he and the girl began a relationship in December that ended in May, but he continued to call and harass her. Her parents called the Sheriff’s Office.
• Stephen Smith, two counts of statutory rape and statutory sex offense.
The incident occurred in May involving a sex offense of a 14-year-old girl.
A woman who knew about the incident allowed the exchange to occur, reports said.
She was charged with child abuse in the incident.
• Patrick Hudgins, trafficking in opium/heroin and conspiring to traffick in opium/heroin.
Hudgins was charged following an undercover investigation where 12 people were arrested for their involvement.
• Ladarian Rashad Orr (Ladarrin Roushon Orr), four counts robbery with a dangerous weapon, two counts possession of weapon of mass destruction.
Contact reporter Shavonne Potts at 704-797-4253.

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