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Granite Quarry-Faith Police most wanted list

The Granite Quarry-Faith Joint Police Authority is asking for the public’s help in locating the following people who have outstanding warrants:

Edward Charles Lindsay

Lindsay, 46, was last known to be living in Lexington, N.C., and has an outstanding warrant for felony larceny by employee.

Jay Steven Mogyoros

Mogyoros, 46, was last known to be residing on Tupelo Circle, Salisbury. He has outstanding warrants for a probation violation, possession of schedule I controlled substance and driving while license revoked.

Daniel Brett Styer

Styer, 22, was last known to live on Salisbury Avenue, Granite Quarry. He has an outstanding warrant for driving while impaired.

Veronica Caresse Alexander

Alexander, 24, was last known to live on Salisbury Avenue, Granite Quarry, but was reported to be living in a Charlotte hotel. She has an outstanding warrant for possession of marijuana.

Brad Louis Brooker

Brooker, 49, was last known to reside on Aspen Avenue, Granite Quarry. He has outstanding warrants for possession/manufacturing fraudulent identification and embezzlement.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of any of those listed is asked to contact local law enforcement, Granite Quarry-Faith Police Department Investigator Todd Taylor at 704-279-2952, or the Salisbury-Rowan Crime Stoppers at 1-866-639-5245.



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