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Crime blotter: Man faces multiple charges after wreck

Reece

Christopher Michael Reece

Christopher Michael Reece

Christopher Michael Reece, 20, faces several charges after he was reportedly involved in a wreck Saturday evening.

According to the report, Reece ran a red light at the intersection of Jake Alexander Boulevard and Old Concord Road and hit another vehicle. Police reported that Reece seemed disoriented at the scene and took him to Novant Health Rowan Medical Center for a blood test. According to the report, four grams of marijuana was discovered in Reece’s car, along with a set of black brass knuckles.

Reece was charged with carrying concealed weapons, simples possession of a schedule II, III, IV, V or VI controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while impaired alcohol or other drugs, red light violations and failure to yield.

Police discovered that Reece had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a previous DWI charge. Reece was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center on a $5,000 secured bond.

In other Salisbury Police Department reports:

  • Blue Rhino at the 100 block of Mahaley Avenue reported the theft of propane tanks Friday.
  • A woman reported Friday that she was assaulted at the 100 block of North Church Street.
  • A man reported a burglary Friday at the 600 block of South Craige Street.
  • A man reported an assault at the 400 block of Alan Circle Friday.
  • A woman reported a burglary Friday at the 800 block of Maple Avenue.
  • The National Cemetery at the 200 block of Government Road reported that someone vandalized two outer columns along the fence. According to the report, two columns had the letters “A” and “E” in blue spray paint Friday.
  • A man reported items stolen Friday at the 800 block of West Jake Alexander Boulevard.
  • Carolina Telco Federal reported Friday that someone fraudulently used a credit card to purchase goods.
  • A man reported a burglary Friday at the 100 block of Piper Lane.
  • Police received reports of child neglect Friday at the 600 block of West Jake Alexander Boulevard.
  • Henderson Independent High School reported an assault Friday when a fight erupted between five students.
  • A man reported that items were stolen from a vehicle parked at the 1400 block of West Horah Street, Friday.
  • A man at Sam’s Car Wash at the 800 block of East Innes Street reported items stolen Friday.
  • A larceny was reported Friday at the 1500 block of South Main Street.
  • A woman at Walmart reported a fraud via Moneygram Friday.
  • Police seized Marijuana Friday at the 2200 block of Bringle Ferry Road.
  • A sex offense was reported at the 200 block of Patriot Circle Saturday.
  • Police report that on Saturday a man arrived at the police station and reported that, at some point during the night, he had been robbed at the 1000 block of East Lafayette Street.
  • The Salisbury Police Department reported that someone filed a false police report at the 100 block of Wilson Road Saturday.
  • A man reported that items were stolen from Catawba College Saturday.
  • A man reported Saturday that items were stolen from a car parked at the 800 block of Court Side Drive.
  • Police seized marijuana and marijuana drug paraphernalia Saturday at the 1200 block of Wellington Hills Circle.
  • Sprint Mobile at the 900 block of East Innes Street reported Saturday that someone attempted to break into the store.
  • A man reported Sunday that a Bicycle was stolen from the 100 block of Ridge Avenue.
  • Walmart reported a fraud by false pretense Sunday.
  • James Cody Young, 20, was charged Saturday with simple assault and battery or affray at the 400 block of Alan Circle.
  • Lorenzo Antonio Peck, 26, was charged with assault on a female and possession of a controlled substance schedule VI Friday at the 800 block of Green Street.
  • Jason Lee Morgan, 35, was charged Sunday at Sonoma Lane with resist, delay or obstructing a public officer.

In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:

  • The Sheriff’s Office reports that they confiscated a toothbrush handle that had been filed down to a sharp point at the Rowan County Detention Center Thursday.
  • Cash America International at the 4600 block of North Tryon Street, Charlotte reported a fraud by false pretense Thursday.
  • A woman at the 800 block of Ketner Farm Road, China Grove reported Thursday that someone stole a horse. The Sheriff’s Office reported that the horse was later recovered.
  • A woman reported Thursday that someone stole a license plate from a car parked at the 1600 block of Long Ferry Road.
  • A man reported Thursday that items were taken from a vehicle parked at the 200 block of Arant Road, China Grove.
  • A man reported Thursday that someone took and cashed his checks without his knowledge.
  • A woman reported Thursday that a bicycle was stolen from the 100 block of South Long Road.
  • A woman reported an assault with hands, feet and fists Thursday at the 1000 block of Copeland Trail.
  • A woman reported a fraud by false pretense Thursday at the 200 block of Palomino Drive.
  • A man was found to possess a stolen scooter and marijuana Thursday at the 2500 block of Bringle Ferry Road.
  • Police recovered stolen property Thursday at 200 Ellen Street.
  • Kaliesha Esther Messer, 22, was charged Thursday with simple assault at the 1000 block of Copeland Trail.
  • Christopher Thomas Russell, 23, was charged Thursday with possession of drug paraphernalia at the 1000 block of Clopeland Trail.
  • Damian Lamar Bell, 22, was charged Thursday at the 2000 block of Bringle Ferry Road with possession of a stolen vehicle.

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