Blotter: Charlotte teen charged with felony marijuana possession
Police charged a Charlotte teen Tuesday with marijuana possession after responding to a disturbance at the former Hotel Salisbury and Conference Center.
Juan Jose Breton, 19, of the 9600 block of Bayview Parkway, was charged with felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a controlled substance schedule VI. Police responded to 530 South Jake Alexander Boulevard shortly after 1 a.m., a report said.
Breton has a pending traffic case in Mecklenburg County, including reckless driving and speeding.
He remains in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $7,500 secured bond.
In other police reports:
• A woman reported Monday someone stole a bicycle from the 400 block of Heilig Avenue.
• Hoffman Rental and Leasing reported Monday someone did not return a rental vehicle in the 1600 block of South Main Street.
• Pike Electric reported Monday a larceny in he 400 block of Klumac Road.
• Rachel Dawn Scearce, 46, was charged Sunday with felony preventing the activation of an anti-shoplifting device in the 100 block of Ridge Avenue.
• Samuel Louis Phillips, 47, was charged Monday with misdemeanor domestic criminal trespass in the 1100 block of West Horah Street.
• Travis Simeon Hicks, 24, was charged Monday with misdemeanor simple drug possession while at the Rowan County Magistrate’s Office.
In sheriff’s reports:
• A man reported Friday he was defrauded in the 300 block of Bluefield Drive, China Grove.
• A man reported Friday someone damaged a utility trailer in the 200 block of Cherokee Lane.
• A man reported Friday someone stole her vehicle in the 100 block of Woodland Creek Drive.
• A man reported Saturday a fraudulent offense in the 100 block of Dutch Creek Road, Rockwell.
• A woman reported Saturday a vehicle theft in the 2100 block of West C Street, Kannapolis.
• A man reported Saturday a fraudulent offense in the 700 block Hidden Cove Drive.
• A man reported Saturday someone took his chainsaw from his garage while he was eating lunch in the 1900 block of Peeler Road.
• A woman reported Saturday a larceny in the 800 block of West Ridge Road.
• A woman reported Saturday a larceny in the 4300 block of U.S. 601.
• A man reported Sunday a vandalism in the 12500 block of Cool Springs Road, Cleveland.
• A man reported Sunday a larceny in the 400 block of Panther Point Road, Richfield.
• A woman reported Sunday someone broke into her truck at the Webb Road Flea Market.
• A man reported Sunday someone stole his child’s go-cart in the 900 block of East 22nd Street, Kannapolis.
• Elicia Breanne Head, 19, was charged Friday with misdemeanor liquor-consuming underage in the 500 block of River Road, Richfield.
• Russell Alan Johnson, 37, was charged Friday with misdemeanor assault on a female in the 100 block of Sam Euart Road, Rockwell.
• Siarra Kaye Dilday, 16, and Jacob Ryan Wood, also 16, were charged Saturday with misdemeanor liquor possession by minor in the 300 block of Sylvan Road, China Grove.
• Jahkeal Torrae Eberhart, 21, was charged Saturday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule VI in the 2300 block of Statesville Boulevard.
• Sean David Macfeiggan, 39, was charged Saturday with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia in the 8800 block of Unity Church Roade, Mooresville.
• Joshua Scott Ritchie, 23, was charged Sunday with false report to police radio broadcasting station in the 100 block of West Liberty Street.
• Justin Cole McKnight, 27, was charged Sunday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule VI in the 2700 block of Miller Road.
• Omari Deionate Badger, 20, was charged Sunday with misdemeanor resist, obstruct, delay an officer in the 700 block of East Innes Street.
• Jeffrey Michael Lambeth, 21, was charged Sunday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance schedule VI in the 6700 block of East NC 152, Rockwell.
Contact reporter Shavonne Potts at 704-797-4253.
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