Blotter: Man who works security at lounge charged in altercation
The Salisbury Police Department reports that a man was charged in an altercation that occurred outside the Firewater Restaurant and Lounge Oct. 30.
In the early morning hours of Oct. 30, Antonio Javier Landers, 28, who works security at the restaurant, allegedly got into a fight with a patron. Both ended up in the hospital with lacerations. Landers with a nearly amputated pinky finger, and the patron with lacerations with to the face and chest. The patron reported that a knife was allegedly involved.
Landers was charged Thursday with assault inflicting serious injury, and has been placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $1,500 secured bond. He has no previous criminal record in North Carolina.
In other Salisbury Police Department reports:
- A man reported Thursday that a school laptop was taken from the main gym at the J.F. Hurley YMCA.
- A woman reported an attempted breaking and entering Thursday at the 500 block of Maupin Avenue.
- A woman reported that she was assaulted Friday at the 100 block of North Church Street.
- A man reported a burglary Friday at the 600 block of South Craig Street.
In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:
- The Sheriff’s Office reports Wednesday that a patrol vehicle struck a deer at the 6200 block of South Main Street while responding to a call.
- A man reported Wednesday that items were stolen from the 100 block of Constance Court, China Grove.
- A man reported Wednesday that someone stole car batteries from the 4600 block of Miller Road.
- A woman reported Wednesday that items were taken from a home at the 100 block of Misty Lane.
- Police seized drug equipment or paraphernalia Wednesday from the 700 block of Allison Avenue, Landis.
- RBCCM Express at the 2600 block of Woodsdale Street, Kannapolis reported that a vehicle was stolen Wednesday.
- Rowan County Detention Center discovered a concealed knife or weapon Thursday.
- Cash America International, Inc. at the 4600 block of North Tryon Street, Charlotte reported a fraud by false pretense Thursday.
- A man reported a larceny Thursday at the 800 block of Ketner Farm Road, China Grove.
- A woman reported the theft of automobile accessories Thursday at the 1600 block of Long Ferry Road.
- A man reported items stolen from a motor vehicle parked at the 200 block of Arant Road, China Grove, Thursday.
- An assault on a two-year-old was reported Thursday at the 200 block of Wilcoy Road, Rock.
- A man reported a forgery at the 5200 block of Fish Pond Road, Thursday.
- A man reported the theft of a bicycle Thursday from the 100 block of South Long Road.
- A woman reported an assault with hands, fist and feet Thursday at the 1000 block of Copeland Trial.
- A woman reported a fraud by false pretense Thursday at the 200 block of Palomino Drive.
- A woman reported Thursday that a car was stolen from the 1200 block of Partee Drive, China Grove.
- Deputies reported recovering stolen property Thursday.
- Ciara Lakisha White, 28, was charged at the Sheriff’s Office Wednesday with possession of a controlled substance schedule IV with intent to manufacture.
- William Robert Trull, 29, was charged Wednesday at the Rowan County Detention Center with obtaining property by false pretenses.
- Jordan Wayne Henderson, 23, was charged Wednesday at the 2100 block of Temple Street, Kannapolis, with felony larceny.
- Jeremy Paul Bowers, 27, was charged Wednesday at the Magistrate’s Office with being a fugitive from justice.
- Timothy Dale Fleeman, 41, was charged Wednesday at the 700 block of Allison Avenue, Landis with possession of drug paraphernalia.
- Kaliesha Esther Russell, 22, was charged Thursday at the 1000 block of Copeland Trail with simple assault.
- Christopher Thomas Russell, 23, was charged Thursday at the 1000 block of Copeland Trail with possession of drug paraphernalia.
- Damian Lamar Bell, 22, was charged Thursday at the 2000 block of Bringle Ferry Road with possession of a stolen vehicle.
- Larry Alvin Cranfield, 45, was charged Friday at the 600 block of Mocksville Avenue with possessing stolen goods.
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