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In Salisbury Police Reports:

• Joseph Albert Hall, 29, 2205 Woodleaf Road, Apt. 5 E, was charged Friday with possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule two controlled substance and driving with a revoked license. Hall allegedly possessed 2.8 grams of crack cocaine at the time of the incident. On Saturday, Hall was also charged with possession of a controlled substance on jail premises. Warrants stated Hall possessed 1.1 grams of creack cocaine in the Rowan County Detention Center booking area.

• Marterius Azende Robinson, 16, 604 Laurel Pointe Circle, was charged with resisting a public officer and possession of a stolen motor vehicle. The vehicle mentioned in warrants is a 2012 Toyota Camry. The incident leading to his arrest occurred on Wednesday, according to warrants.

• Adam Gibson, 25, 804 East Franklin St., was charged Saturday with simple assault and common law robbery. Gibson allegedly struck another man on the head with an air-freshener dispenser. Gibson also allegedly stole a 2004 Nissan Sentra from the same man. He was also charged with failing to appear for charges of misdemeanor larceny and a misdemeanor probation violation.

In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:

• Duke Paul Smith, 57, 208 Kimball St., Kannapolis, was charged with maintaining a dwelling, vehicle or place for controlled substances and possession of marijuana. Smith was allegedly using his residence on Kimball Street to keep and sell marijuana. The incident leading to the charges occurred on Tuesday, according to warrants.

 

 

 

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