Blotter: Authorities add a charge to Salisbury man with seven counts of rape
Authorities added charges for a Salisbury man who was arrested a week ago in Craven County after being accused of statutory rape of a 13-year-old.
Rowan County officials have added felony sex exploitation of a minor to the seven counts of statutory rape that William Stanley Jacobs III, 20, faces. He was initially arrested on Feb. 17 in Craven County. Authorities say the crimes occurred August through November of 2014.
He was being held in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $700,000 secured bond. Authorities have given Jacobs an additional $20,000 secured bond.
In other sheriff’s reports:
• A woman reported on Monday someone open a Windstream account in her name in the 3500 block of Dogwood Court.
• A man reported on Monday his credit card was used without his permission in the 1100 block of Tucker Lane, Gold Hill.
• An East Rowan High School student had 10 alprazolam pills and 16 tramadol pills at the school on Monday.
• A man reported on Monday his credit card was used without authorization in the 2000 block of Oddie Road.
• A man reported on Monday his wallet was stolen and an iPhone from the locker room at the East Rowan YMCA.
• A woman reported on Monday a breaking and entering occurred in the 500 block of Paulownia Drive, China Grove.
• A man reported on Monday he was the victim of a domestic assault in the 100 block of Foresaken Drive, China Grove.
• A man reported on Tuesday someone entered his garage, took a handgun and other items including from a parked vehicle outside the garage in the 1100 block of Stone Road.
• A man reported on Tuesday someone entered his vehicle and took items from the 1500 block of Oakridge Drive.
• A woman reported on Tuesday she was the victim of fraud in the 100 block of Faggart Circle, Rockwell.
• Danielle Dorsett Robinson, 30, was charged on Monday with misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon in the 200 block of North Main Street.
• Payton Dreww Peterson, 16, was charged on Monday with felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a controlled substance schedule IV at the Rowan County Magistrate’s Office.
• Robert Louis Sifford, 56, was charged on Monday with felony larceny by employee in the 3300 block of N.C. 801, Woodleaf.
• Brian Charles Chiccarello, 47, was charged on Monday with felony larceny of motor vehicle in the 6800 block of Unity Church Road, Kannapolis.
• Tiesha Evon Pruitt, 25, was charged on Monday with misdemeanor simple assault while at the Rowan County Magistrate’s Office.
• Christopher Michael Baker, 36, was charged on Monday with felony possession of firearm by a felony in the 9400 block of West N.C. 152, Mooresville.
• Donald Henry Martin, 50, was charged on Monday with misdemeanor simple assault in the 1600 block of Earnhardt Road.
• Kathleen Geries Carpenter, 50, was charged on Monday with misdemeanor resist, obstruct, delay an officer in the 100 block of Foresaken Drive, China Grove.
• Tina Mae Morton, 37, was charged on Monday with misdemeanor communicating threats in the 600 block of Lakewood Drive.
• Danny Frank Nunn, 46, was charged on Tuesday with misdemeanor communicating threats in the 200 block of North Main Street.
In police reports:
• A man reported on Tuesday his property was vandalized in the 400 block of Grace Street.
• A man reported on Tuesday someone took items from his vehicle parked in the 1100 block of Emerald Street.
• A man reported on Tuesday he was the victim of credit card fraud sometime between Dec. 16 and Dec. 20 at Walmart and the 500 block of East Innes Street.
• A woman reported on Wednesday she was the victim of fraud in the 600 block of West Council Street.
• Keosha Sheresa Burch, 21, was charged on Tuesday with misdemeanor simple possession of marijuana in the 800 block of Ryan Street and Celebration Drive.
• Tomanche Mysheme Jackson, 17, was served on Wednesday with a criminal summons at Henderson Independent High.
Contact reporter Shavonne Walker at 704-797-4253.
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