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Blotter

By Shavonne Walker

shavonne.walker@salisburypost.com

In police reports:

• Police responded on Saturday to a shots fired call in the 100 block of Manor Drive and Heilig Avenue.

• A man reported on Saturday someone vandalized his property in the 1200 block of North Main Street.

• A man reported on Saturday an argument occurred that led to an assault in the 500 block of Vance Avenue.

• A man reported on Sunday he was the victim of an domestic violence assault in the 400 block of Chesapeake Drive.

• A man reported on Sunday he was the victim of an assault in the 400 block of Park Avenue.

• A man reported on Sunday a burglary occurred in the 700 block of Ryan Street.

• A woman reported on Sunday a domestic disturbance occurred in the 300 block of West D Avenue.

• Henderson School reported on Monday a vandalism occurred there at 1215 North Main St.

• A woman reported on Monday a vandalism occurred in the 1500 block of South Salisbury Avenue, Spencer.

• Tedrick Rashad Evans, 34, was charged on Sunday with misdemeanor assault on a female in the 1100 block of Harrison Road.

• Hank Matthew Harley, 46, was charged on Sunday with misdemeanor assault on a female in the 300 block of West D Avenue.

In sheriff’s reports:

• A man reported on Thursday someone threw a brick through his window in the 1100 block of Meadow Creek Drive, China Grove.

• A man reported on Thursday an assault occurred in the 100 block of Larin Way.

• A man reported on Thursday property damage at the quarry in the 500 block of Balfour Quarry Road.

• A man reported on Thursday items were taken from his garage in the 100 block of Timway Drive, Kannapolis.

• A man reported on Thursday his vehicle was stolen in the 5300 block of Cavin Lane, Kannapolis.

• A woman reported on Thursday she was the victim of fraud in the 1100 block of Majolica Road.

• Derrick Dashawn Brown, 20, was charged on Thursday with felony habitual felon while at the Rowan County Magistrate’s Office.

• Darin Patrick Tratzinkski, 50, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana in the 200 block of St. Matthews Church Road.

• Wayne Jordan Hicks, 32, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor possession of marijuana in the 200 block of St. Matthews Church Road.

• Dana Marie Terry, 33, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor simple assault while at the Rowan County Courthouse.

Contact reporter Shavonne Walker at 704-797-4253.

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