In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:
• Mondie Nichole Weber, 6230 Highway 152 East, Rockwell, was charged with seven counts of forgery of endorsement, seven counts of uttering a forged instrument, seven counts of obtaining property by false pretenses and one count of misdemeanor larceny. Warrants state that Weber allegedly stole a number of personal checks then reportedly used then to pay for items in varying amounts at Food Lion. Warrants show the checks dating back to December. The largest check allegedly cashed by Weber was $87.98 and the smallest amount was $41.06.
• Glenn Josey, 36, 12910 Bringle Ferry Road, Cleveland, was charged Saturday with assault on a government official or employee and resisting a public officer. Warrants state Josey allegedly grabbed a sheriff’s deputy’s wrist while the deputy was responding to a domestic call. Josey also allegedly refused to put his legs in the sheriff deputy’s vehicle after being told to do so several times, according to warrants.
In other reports:
• Julie Marie Overby, 39, 603 Grant St., East Spencer, was charged Saturday by the East Spencer Police Department with possession of a schedule four controlled substance on prison or jail premises. Overby allegedly possessed marijuana while at the Rowan County Detention Center.
• Roger Dean Barkley, 40, 1607 Chapman Ave., Kannapolis, was charged Saturday by the Kannapolis Police Department with discharging a firearm in the city, failure to store firearm to protect minor, two counts of simple possession of a schedule four controlled substance and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Warrants state that Barkley allegedly discharged a pistol into the floor of his residence while intoxicated and cleaning the weapon. He also allegedly left a fully loaded pistol without a gun lock laying on a table beside a bed while multiple children were free to move around. Warrants for Barkley’s drug charges states he allegedly possessed three Clonazepam pills, three Alprazolam pills.
There are no major items on the agenda for Salisbury City Council’s meeting Tuesday. Council will authorize an agreement between... read more