Blotter: Salisbury man charged with statutory rape
Aaron Robert Lambo, 26, of 275 Bren Lane in Salisbury, was charged Friday with statutory rape by the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office. Warrants state the victim was at least 15 years of age and further state Lambo was at least six years older than the alleged victim.
In Rowan Sheriff’s Office reports:
Chad E. Bruce, 48, of 118 Courtney Lane in Salisbury, was charged with assault on a female.
• Michael Ray Trapp, 58, of Salisbury, was charged Saturday with possession of a weapon by a prisoner. Warrants state Trapp allegedly possessed a plastic toothbrush with its handle filed down into a point and made into a dagger-type weapon.
• Michael Akers, 23, of 281 Tumbleweed Drive in Salisbury, was charged Friday with breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering. Warrants state Akers allegedly broke into a building in the 6300 block of South Main Street in Salisbury. They further state he allegedly stole steel racks, aluminum shelving, expandable metal and conveyor rollers. The property was worth about $4,700, warrants state.
In Salisbury Police reports:
• Deborah Daniel Wood, 63, of 406 West Kerr Street in Salisbury, was charged with simple assault.
• Wiliam Troy Wilson, 19, of 1211 Mirror Park Drive in Salisbury, was charged Saturday with carrying a concealed gun. Wilson allegedly possessed a black Ruger SR22 .22 caliber handgun, which was concealed, according to warrants.
In other reports:
• Lucas O’Neal Sartain, 34, of 121 Crystal Creek Drive in China Grove, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor larceny after allegedly stealing an air-conditioning unit, filter and vacuum.
• Michael Douglas Kuth, 26, of 1244 Ray Street in Kernersville, was charged Sunday with fleeing or eluding arrest. Warrants state Kuth was allegedly speeding in excess of 15 mph over the speed limit and was involved in an accident that caused property damage of more than $1,000.
• Cheryl Ann Merritt, 53, of Salisbury, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct in a public building and resisting a public officer. Warrants state Merritt allegedly cursed at medical staff working in the W.G. “Bill” Hefner VA Medical Center and kicked medical equipment. Warrants further state Merritt allegedly refused to comply with verbal instructions from a police officer for the VA.
• Mackenzie Noelle Morgan, 19, of 320 Chestnut Street in Kannapolis, was charged Friday with resisting a public officer and possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Dee Dee Lisk Moore, 40, of 2409 North Main Street in Kannapolis, was charged Saturday with possession of up to half an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and simple assault. Warrants state Moore allegedly possessed six razor blades, a Brillo pad used as a filter and a plate with pill residue. They further state Moore allegedly struck a male with a canvas.
• Marty Alige Burke, 54, of 1115 North Long Street in East Spencer, was arrested Saturday for misdemeanor larceny. Burke allegedly stole pickled sausages, a can of beer, batteries, deodorant, Tylenol and a glue stick from a gas station in Spencer, according to warrants.
•Da’Juan Akeem Blair, 19, of 117 East Newton Street in Spencer, was charged Saturday with possession of marijuana with intent to sell or distribute. Blair allegedly possessed 19.2 grams of marijuana, according to warrants.
• Travis Austin Smith, 57, of 1009 Marie Avenue in Kannapolis, was charged Friday with simple possession of a schedule two controlled substance and possession of a schedule two controlled substance with intent to manufacture, sell or distribute. Warrants state Smith allegedly possessed 19 dosage unite of adderall and 19 dosage unite of hydrocodone.
• Karl Carter Bazemore, 53, of 445 Cleveland Avenue Southeast apartment E72 in Atlanta was charged Saturday with hit and run and fleeing and eluding arrest. Warrants state Bazemore was allegedly involved in a four-vehicle accident on Interstate 85.
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