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Four charged after fight in Faith; one remains in jail

FAITH — Four people ended up behind bars Wednesday after a brawl broke out near the town hall during the Faith Fourth of July celebration.
Officers with the Granite Quarry-Faith Joint Police Authority arrested Charles Shane Hartsell, 32, and Charles Mitchell Hartsell, 52, of Barrier Store Road in Mount Pleasant, along with Cynthia Tarvin and Jason Williams Watts of Gheen Road in Salisbury.
According to the arrest warrants, they were kicking and punching one another.
Charles Mitchell Hartsell, Tarvin and Watts were all charged with affray. They were released from jail after each posting a $500 bail.
Charles Shane Hartsell was in the Rowan County Detention Center on Wednesday under a $10,000 secured bond.
Hartsell was charged with affray as well as felony possession of heroin and felony possession of cocaine.

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