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Man charged with multiple counts of trafficking heroin

A man was arrested Friday for multiple counts of trafficking heroin, according to a press release from The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office.
Luis Alberto Nolasco-Garcia, 27, of the 5000 block of Shady Grove Lane in Charlotte, was charged with three counts of possession with intent to sell, three counts of trafficking heroin by possession, three counts of trafficking heroin by transporting and three counts of trafficking heroin by sale, according to the release.
According to police, Nolasco-Garcia sold 6 grams of black tar heroin to an undercover detective on Aug. 21, and he sold 16 grams of powdered heroin to an undercover detective on Sept. 5. On Friday, he sold 20 grams of black tar heroin to an undercover detective. All three of the sales happened in the Enochville area of Rowan County, according to the release.
In other Sheriff’s Office reports:
• A man reported Wednesday a simple assault on the 100 block of St. Luke’s Church Road in Salisbury.
• A man reported Wednesday a burglary on the 600 block of Brown Road in China Grove.
• A woman reported Wednesday a larceny on the 100 block of Copper Leaf Lane in Salisbury.
•A woman reported Wednesday a burglary on the 2500 block of Potneck Road in Woodleaf.
• A woman reported Wednesday a burglary on the 1500 block of Emanuel Church Road in Rockwell between Sept. 24 and Oct. 1.
• A man reported Wednesday a larceny on the 1800 block of Woodleaf Barber Road in Cleveland between Aug. 7 and Oct. 1.
• Curtis Ryan Linton, 24, was charged Wednesday with simple assault on the 7500 block of Spring Acres Drive in Kannapolis.
• William Marlowe Sechler, 37, was charged Wednesday with assault with a deadly weapon on the 7500 block of Spring Acres Drive in Kannapolis.
• Angela Michelle Schenck, 39, was charged Wednesday with simple assault on the 7500 block of Spring Acres Drive in Kannapolis.
• Dava Jenean Miller, 41, was charged Wednesday with resist/delay/obstruct/ an officer on the 7500 block of Spring Acres Drive in Kannapolis.
Salisbury Police Department reports:
• A man reported Thursday an armed robbery near the railroad tracks on the 1100 block of Old West Innes Street.
• A woman reported Thursday a burglary on the 800 block of Park Avenue.
• Desjaun Montre Clawson, 23, was charged Thursday with possession of a controlled substance with intent to manufacture/sell/distribute on the 400 block of Partee Street.
• Terry Lawrence White, 21, was charged Thursday with possessing stolen goods on the 400 block of Partee Street.
• Jimmy Lewis Oglesby, 31, was charged Thursday with possession of a controlled substance on the 300 block of Partee Street.
• Ladarius Tate, 16, was charged Thursday with possession of stolen goods on the 400 block of North Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue.

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