Gold Hill woman charged in Charlotte armed robbery
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office charged a Gold Hill woman Saturday with taking part in a Jan. 21 armed robbery of a Charlotte smoke shop.
In the Rowan County Detention Center under $35,000 bond is Misty Dawn Derringer, 24, of 1085 St. Peters Church Road.
She is charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, conspiracy to rob with a dangerous weapon and resisting a public officer.
She allegedly conspired with Michael Bruce Oliver to commit the robbery. They reportedly took $1,000 worth of bath salts from Queen City Smokes and Novelties at 3627 Independence Blvd.
Reports said Derringer used a semiautomatic handgun to threaten the store clerk.
She was charged with resisting a public officer, Master Deputy L.H. Eller of the Sheriff’s Office, during the execution of a search warrant.
In other reports from law enforcement Saturday:
• Matthew Shane Green of 1194 Tucker Lane, Gold Hill, was charged with breaking and entering and larceny.
He was placed under $10,000 bond. He is accused of breaking into a Tucker Lane residence and stealing two television sets, which were recovered. Value of the televisions was $688 total.
• In a domestic violence report, both Felisha Robinson of 645 Old Linn Road and Jeremiah Andrew Atkinson of 704 Harry St., China Grove, were charged.
Robinson, 25, is charged with simple assault for jumping on Atkinson’s back and biting his hand.
Atkinson, 25, is charged with assault on a female, interfering with an emergency communication, injury to personal property and second-degree trespass.
He reportedly grabbed Robinson by the hair, slammed her head into a wall and punched her in the face and chest.
He also ripped a telephone from the wall while Robinson was trying to call 911.
• Mooresville Police charged Billy Edward Phifer, 42, of 1486 Meadowcreek Circle, China Grove, with assault on a female and communicating threats.
He was placed in jail without bond in the domestic violence case, awaiting a court hearing.
• Gary Thomas Bork, 35, of 140 Longleaf Drive was arrested and charged with misdemeanor larceny and obtaining property by false pretenses.
He is accused of stealing a gold wedding band worth $500 and pawning the ring for $180 at Quick Cash Pawn Shop.
He was placed under $1,500 bond.
• The Sheriff’s Office charged Randy Douglas Woodie, 46, of 700 Menius Road, China Grove, with assault on a female.
He is accused of choking Dawn Loftis.
• Granite Quarry/Faith Police charged Matthew Gibson Taylor, 21, of 1425 Fieldcrest Drive with possession of marijuana with intent to sell and deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia, which included a digital scales and metal poking rod.
Taylor was placed under $1,000 bond. Officer D.H. Earnhardt investigated.
• Franklin S. O’Neal of 307 N. Salisbury Ave., Granite Quarry, was charged with assault on a female in a complaint taken out by Kristina Kaivat.
O’Neal is accused of grabbing the woman by the throat and throwing her against a wall.
• Authorities charged John Lee Germond of 451 Shinn Farm Road, Mooresville, with second-degree trespass. He was placed under $500 bond.
• Kannapolis Police charged Cole W. Edwards, 27, of Cornelius with resisting a police officer after he refused to leave the 2100 block of Bertha Street. He was placed under $500 bond.
• Tyrone Vinson, 32, of 518 E. Bank St. was placed under $10,000 bond and charged with second degree burglary, obtaining property by false pretense and possession of stolen goods, Salisbury Police reported.
He is accused of breaking into a Reeves Street home and taking a television, lockbox, watchers and jewelry. He later used a stolen debit card that was in the lockbox to purchase clothing and gasoline, reports said. He also received a stolen game station valued at $200, reports said.
• The Sheriff’s Office is investigating a Friday burglary at a home in the 19100 block of Old Beatty Ford in Gold Hill.
Items stolen included paintball canisters, guns and a hopper; an Xbox game station and 60 games. Total value of the stolen items was $2,050.
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