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Crime blotter

In Salisbury Police Department reports:

  • A breaking and entering was reported was reported Monday in the 200 block of South Craig Street.
  • A gazebo at Salisbury City Park was vandalized Monday.
  • TBA Construction reported Monday that breakers were taken from a construction site.
  • Walmart reported a fraud by false pretense Monday.
  • A woman Monday reported an attempted breaking and entering in the 700 block of Maple Avenue.
  • Police seized a controlled substance Tuesday morning during a traffic stop in the 1500 block of South Jake Alexander Boulevard.
  • Porsha Dawn Barnette, 19, and Nicole Ann Cannady, 22, were charged with larceny Sunday at Walmart.
  • Derius Jerome Bush, 29, was charged Monday with assault inflicting serious injury after he allegedly backed his car into his girlfriend during an argument.
  • Joshua Dionne Lewis, 23, was charged Monday with possess of a controlled substance.
  • James Jordan Ward, 17, was charged Monday with breaking and entering in the 200 block of Nesbit Drive.

In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:

  • A Mooresville woman reported Friday that someone took her credit card information and created and used a credit card.
  • A man reported the theft of a lawnmower Friday in the 1200 block of Flat Rock Road, China Grove.
  • A woman reported a credit card fraud Friday in the 2000 block of Millbridge Road, China Grove.
  • A Friday traffic stop for a speeding violation led to the discovery of drug equipment and paraphernalia.
  • Deputies reported that an inmate was assaulted at the Rowan County Detention Center Saturday.
  • A man reported Saturday that a lawnmower was stolen from a storage building in the 1100 block of Double J Lane.
  • Deputies Sunday charged a man with driving while under the influence, driving while license revoked, giving fictitious information to an officer, possession of marijuana and PDP in the 2600 block of Mooresville Road.
  • A woman reported an assault Sunday in the 5800 block of South Main Street.
  • Joshua Wayne Eldreth, 28, was charged at the Magistrate’s Office Friday with possession of a stolen firearm.
  • Joseph Wayne Luckey, 68, was charged Friday with possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • Caleb Elliott Boerckel, 27, was charged Friday in the 3800 block of Statesville Boulevard with breaking and entering vehicles.
  • Thomas Daniel Gaskins, 33, was charged Friday at the Sheriff’s Office with possession of a schedule VI controlled substance.
  • Marcus Sanjay Alexander, 34, was charged Friday in the 600 block of Williams Road with possession with intent to make, sell or deliver a schedule II controlled substance.
  • Ashley Nicole Crowder, 28, was charged Friday in the 1700 block of West Jake Alexander Boulevard with possession of a schedule II controlled substance.
  • Nicholas Andrew Webster, 27, was charged Friday in the 1500 block of West Jake Alexander Boulevard with possession of a schedule VI controlled substance.
  • Brandon Anthony Fleming, 26, was charged in the 300 block of West Bank Street with possession of a schedule VI controlled substance.
  • Kelly Wane Dease, 42, was charged Saturday with weapons transport and possession off-premises of a dangerous weapon in the 7000 block of Old Concord Road after his concealed carry license was revoked for drinking while carrying a firearm.
  • Zachary Charles Mangum, 17, was charged Saturday in the 400 block of Dean Road, Cleveland for possession of stolen goods.
  • Luke Spencer Crowell, 23, was charged Saturday in the 300 block of Catfish Terrace with larceny.
  • Grady Edward Austin, 57, was charged Saturday with possessing stolen goods.
  • Gregory Michael Heyer, 59, was charged Saturday with simple assault in the 17700 block of Stokes Ferry Road, New London.
  • Dwon Blair Smith, 16, was charged Saturday at the Sheriff’s Office with larceny.
  • Matthew Tyler King, 16, was charged at the Sheriff’s Office Saturday with simple assault.
  • Maurice Eugene Peck, 47, was charged Sunday in the 3600 block of Mooresville Road with possession of controlled substance schedule VI.
  • Brenda Sue Bostian, 43, was charged Sunday in the 500 block of Hickory Street, Landis, with larceny.
  • Fred Douglas Hawkins, 23, was charged Sunday in the 5800 block of South Main Street with assault on a female.
  • Kendra Latrice Ogelsby, 21, was charged Sunday in the 5800 block of South Main Street with carrying a concealed gun.
  • Joseph Wayne Luckey, 68, was cited Friday at the intersection of North Main Street and Steven’s Street, China Grove with possession of drug paraphernalia.

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