Blotter: Report of stolen vehicle leads to marijuana citation for Virginia woman
By Shavonne Walker
Police cited a Virginia woman with simple possession of marijuana after her vehicle was reported stolen. An officer was behind the vehicle and checked the license plate, which had an alert on it, a report said.
Salisbury Police also cited Jamie Vinson, 36, of the 1300 block of Fisherman’s Road, Norfolk, Va., with having an open container of alcohol in the vehicle.
A report said Vinson was traveling at North Long and East Innes streets around 4 p.m. on Saturday. Her vehicle was pulled over in the Waffle House parking lot. There were a total of five people in the vehicle. The officer searched the vehicle and discovered a pink stun gun inside a purse, an open container of Absolute Vodka and 3.3 grams of marijuana inside, the report said.
Police Capt. Shelia Lingle said the car did have an alert that it was stolen, but the vehicle did in fact belong to Vinson. She said it apparently had been recovered.
In other police reports:
• A man reported on Friday he was assaulted by unknown assailants in the 800 block of East Franklin Street.
• A woman reported on Friday she was the victim of credit card fraud in the 400 block of North Lee Street.
• A man reported on Friday someone used his credit card number in the 1400 block of Klumac Road.
• A man reported on Friday an assault occurred in the 600 block of Mitchell Avenue.
• Police responded on Friday to a person possibly doing drugs in the Walmart parking lot.
• A man reported on Friday his car was stolen from the West End Plaza parking lot.
• A man reported on Friday someone tried to break into his home in the 100 block of Wiley Avenue.
• A man reported on Saturday an assault occurred in the 200 block of Myron Place.
• A man reported on Saturday someone stole his medication from the 500 block of West Horah Street.
• Police responded on Saturday to shots being fired in the 1100 block of Crosby Street.
• A woman reported on Saturday an assault in the 100 block of West 11th Street.
• Police responded on Sunday to an assault in the 500 block of West Horah Street.
• A woman reported on Sunday a vandalism occurred in the 1100 block of Crosby Street and Wiley Avenue.
• A man reported on Sunday he was the victim of credit card fraud in the 200 block of Faith Road.
• A woman reported on Sunday she and her husband got into an argument and he shoved her against a wall and knocked over household items in the 2200 block of Welch Road.
• A woman reported on Sunday items were taken from her vehicle while parked at Outback Steakhouse.
• A man reported on Sunday he was assaulted and defended himself with a knife in the 800 block of South Main St.
• A woman reported on Sunday a larceny occurred at Super 8 Motel, 925 Bendix Drive.
• Leslie Amber Wells, 33, was charged Friday with misdemeanor simple assault in the 600 block of Mitchell Avenue.
• Michael Colin Manuel, 34, was charged on Friday with misdemeanor assault on a female in the 600 block of Mitchell Avenue.
In sheriff’s reports:
• Deputies responded on Thursday to a home and were told twice that a suspect was not there, but he was found trying to exit through a back door in the 100 block of Benjamin Trot Lane.
• Blue Waters Recreation Inc. reported on Thursday a larceny occurred on Faith Road.
• A man reported on Thursday he was the victim of identity theft in the 1900 block of Rainey Road.
• A woman reported on Thursday a firearm was stolen sometime between Aug. 14 and Aug. 18 in the 700 block of Old Cress Road.
• Mackel Hiram William Gaither, 24, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor assault on a female while at the Rowan County Magistrate’s Office.
• Salvatore Cerbone Jr., 44, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor simple assault in the 3000 block of Airport Road.
• Robert Lynn Bordelon, 61, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor breaking and entering in the 3900 block of Bringle Ferry Road.
Contact reporter Shavonne Walker at 704-797-4253.
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