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Weapon, drug citations issued at school

A Rowan County Sheriff’s Office deputy on Wednesday found two knives and a joint in a West Rowan High School parking lot.
The deputy issued citations to Brittany Savannah Cole, 18, at the school for possessing a weapon on campus or other educational property.
The arrest report states that an unnamed female student left West Rowan High shortly after class started in a red truck.
The arrest report states that sheriff’s deputy Ryan Walker spotted the truck entering West Rowan’s parking lot and subsequently asked the driver about the earlier incident. The driver — Cole — responded that she was at a friend’s house.
In his report, Walker said he contacted West Rowan assistant principal Chris Walters before searching the truck. Inside, Walker found two large knives and a joint, according to his report.
Neither the passenger nor Cole were arrested for the incident.
In other sheriff reports from Sept. 9:
• A woman reported larceny in the 2900 block of Old U.S. Highway 70 in Cleveland on Sept. 10
• A woman reported a larceny in the 9000 block of Fannie Sloan Road in Mount Ulla on Sept. 10.
• A woman reported assault in the 200 block of Westfork Drive in Salisbury on Sept. 10.
• A woman reported that three televisions were taken from her home in the 100 block of Catfish Terrace in Salisbury on Sept. 10.
In police reports:
• A man reported fraud in the 300 block of Mahaley Avenue on Sept. 9.
• A man reported motor vehicle theft in the 800 block of West Jake Alexander Boulevard on Sept. 9.
• A woman reported a motor vehicle theft in the 1100 block of Old Plank Road on Sept. 10
• A woman reported simple physical assault in the 200 block of E. Fisher Street on Sept. 11.
• A man reported a domestic disturbance in the 300 block of South Lee Street on Sept. 11
• Jabari Anderson, 24, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance in the 800 block of East Innes Street on Sept. 10.
• Andrew Michael Davis was arrested on charges of simple assault, simple assault and battery or affray in the 300 block of Harrel Street
• Brendan Jhivo Williams, 31, was arrested on charges of assault on a female by a male over 18 years of age in the 300 block of South Lee Street on Sept. 11.
Contact reporter Josh Bergeron at 704-797-4246

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