Blotter: Teen charged with breaking into vehicles
Rowan authorities charged a teen with breaking into two vehicles in February and taking various items. The same teen was charged in December after being outsmarted by the homeowner who was able to get the intoxicated teen out of her home.
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office charged Jeremy Warren Price, 16, of the 1200 block of North Main Street, with two counts felony breaking and entering a vehicle, one count misdemeanor larceny, one count felony larceny and felony larceny of a firearm.
He broke into a Mazda on Feb. 12 and took a personal vaporizer valued at $230 from a vehicle. Arrest warrants say he took a revolver from another vehicle sometime between Feb. 13 and Feb. 24 on Stone Road and well as an iPhone and Acer laptop from the vehicle owner’s home.
The teen was charged with breaking into a Stokes Ferry Road home in December. He appeared intoxicated and told the homeowner he was looking for someone. She told him the person was outside and when he walked outside, she locked the door and called 911.
He remains in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $40,000 secured bond.
In other sheriff’s reports:
• A man reported on Friday someone filed taxes in his name and used his social security number in the 400 block of French Belk Road, Mount Ulla.
• Ocwen Financial Corporation reported on Friday a larceny from the building in the 600 block of South Vance Street, Landis.
• A woman reported on Friday that a larceny occurred in the 2900 block of Phaniels Church Road, Rockwell.
• Deputies served a warrant on Saturday and charged a person with marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia in the 4400 block of Stokes Ferry Road.
• A woman reported on Saturday her home was broken into in the 1800 block of Agner Road.
• The City of Concord reported on Saturday a larceny from a motor vehicle that occurred in the 100 block of Prestige Lane.
• A man reported on Saturday someone stole his check in the 300 block of Forest Winds Drive.
• Deputies charged a subject on Sunday with possession of marijuana in the 200 block of Roseman Road and Swink Avenue.
• Deputies charged a subject on Sunday with simple possession of marijuana in the 7900 block of Stokes Ferry and Agner roads.
• A man reported on Sunday someone vandalized his property in the 700 block of Shuping Mill Road.
• Joey Dale Childress, 23, was charged on Friday with misdemeanor larceny in the 300 block of Spring Oak Drive.
• Christopher Allen Morgan, 36, was charged on Friday with misdemeanor marijuana possession in the 100 block of Barrier Lane.
• Ricky Leon Sweatt, 31, was charged on Friday with habitual felon in the 500 block of Cavin Lane, Kannapolis.
• William Trevor Keller, 16, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana in the 4400 block of Stokes Ferry Road.
• Brenda Gayle Gragg, 36, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor simple assault in the 1000 block of Celestial Drive.
• Jeremy Garcia, 22, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor resist, obstruct, delay an officer in the 1200 block of Poplar Glen Drive, Kannapolis.
• Jeffrey Lynn Wall, 50, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor resist, obstruct, delay an officer in the 2800 block of Old Union Church Road.
• Amer Muskic, 18, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor larceny in the 300 block of East Chamblee Drive.
• Ashlyn Breanna Sexton, 20, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana in the 7900 block of Stokes Ferry and Agner roads.
In police reports:
• In Touch Wireless reported on Monday a vandalism occurred in the 1800 block of East Innes Street.
• James Lawrence Townsend, 48, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor larceny in the 400 block West Jake Alexander Boulevard.
• Nohemi Portavez-Alvarez, 28, was charged on Sunday with misdemeanor larceny in the 1300 block of Klumac Road.
• Atavia Shontay Mashore, 19, was charged on Monday with misdemeanor larceny in the 100 block of East Liberty Street.
Contact reporter Shavonne Walker at 704-797-4253.
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