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Blotter: Teen charged following rock-throwing incident

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Dominic Corradetti

Dominic Corradetti

By Shavonne Walker

shavonne.walker@salisburypost.com

Police say they charged a Salisbury teen with vandalizing a downtown apartment building early Saturday morning. Authorities said the teen was spotted along with three others throwing rocks at the building.

Salisbury Police charged Dominic Roshad Corradetti, 16, of the 1300 block of North Church Street, with possession of drug paraphernalia, carrying a concealed pistol/gun, possession of a firearm by a minor, and simple possession of marijuana, all of which are misdemeanors. He was issued a citation for misdemeanor vandalism.

Authorities received a call from a tenant in the 300 block of East Council Street who said she could see three young males walking in the area. She said they threw rocks at a window. She yelled at the males to stop.

Salisbury Police Capt. Shelia Lingle said the woman was able to give a detailed description of one of the suspects including his hairstyle. Police stopped three males walking near Long and Council streets. The incident occurred after 1 a.m.

Police called the parents of the two juveniles, one of whom was a reported runaway. When officers stopped the teens, Corradetti had a gun, marijuana and a grinder on him.

The other two were not charged, Lingle said.

Police are looking into other properties, including the former Bernhardt’s Hardware, now Abigail’s, at 113 North Main St., where rocks were thrown into windows. It is not clear if the teens involved in this incident were involved in the other vandalism.

Lingle said there is an ongoing investigation into several businesses that had damage from rocks being thrown at windows. It all happened over the weekend and involving at least four businesses that investigators are aware of, she said. There is video taken by security cameras.

“The East Council Street apartment is believed to have occurred around the same time as the other vandalism,” Lingle said.

Charges are pending, she added.

In other police reports:

• A woman reported on Friday she was the victim of domestic violence in the 100 block of Rowan Mill Road.

• The City of Salisbury Fleet Management reported on Friday someone jumped onto the hood of a vehicle, damaging it at Livingstone College.

• A man reported on Friday he was the victim of an assault in the 600 block of South Ellis Street.

• Police responded on Friday to the 200 block of South Lee and East Bank streets where an arrest was made involving marijuana possession.

• A man reported on Saturday his pistol was missing from underneath the couch and there was no forced entry into his home in the 100 block of West Miller Street.

• Police responded on Saturday to a break-in in the 400 block of West Bank Street.

• A woman reported on Sunday someone took her license plate off her vehicle in the 400 block of Roberts Street.

• A woman reported on Sunday she was the victim of a domestic assault at the Crosswinds Apartments.

• A woman reported on Sunday someone took items from her car while parked at McDonald’s, 1957 West Jake Alexander Boulevard.

• Demmanuelle Tyyan Fincher, 18, was charged on Friday with felony possession of a firearm by a felon and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia in the 1000 block of South Church Street.

• Lester Cisel Carlos, 32, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor resist, obstruct, delay an officer in the 500 block of Brenner Avenue and Standish Street.

• Antonio Jamel Rankin, 32, was charged on Sunday with misdemeanor resist, obstruct, delay an officer that led to a foot chase in the 30 block of Kesler Street.

• Jailen Rajon Harris, 18, was charged on Sunday with felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver marijuana in the 800 block of East Innes and North Arlington streets.

In sheriff’s reports:

• A woman reported on Thursday her mobile home was broken into while she was at a neighbor’s in the 100 block of Red Pine Road, Gold Hill.

• A woman reported on Thursday a burglary occurred in the 100 block of Raintree Drive, Rockwell.

• A man reported on Thursday someone took his tires and rims from his property in the 1900 block of Airport Road.

• A man reported on Thursday a burglary occurred in the 2700 block of Grace Church Road.

• A woman reported on Thursday she was the victim of tax fraud in the 5900 block of Statesville Boulevard.

• A woman reported on Thursday sometime between Tuesday and Thursday someone used her information to file taxes in the 300 block of Parks Road, Woodleaf.

• Dream Works Diagnostics reported on Thursday the owner ordered equipment and never received the merchandise in the 900 block of Stirewalt Road, China Grove.

• Deputies searched a home on Thursday and found marijuana and drug paraphernalia while serving an order for arrest in the 200 block of Playground Lane.

• Wendi Dawn Leonard, 36, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor allowing a non-vicious animal to run at large in the 2500 block of Sherrills Ford Road.

• Makayla Cheyanne Goodman, 16, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor weapons on campus in the 200 block of Windy Hill Drive.

• Alisha Renee Brinson, 29, was charged on Thursday with felony obtaining property by false pretenses in the 1600 block of Rainey Road.

• Prince Lee McLain, 54, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor communicating threats in the 1000 block of Scercy Road, China Grove.

• Larry Anderson Orr, 21, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor marijuana possession in the 200 block of Playground Lane.

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