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Men face kidnapping charges in Salisbury

SALISBURY — Police arrested and charged two men with kidnapping Friday morning in connection to the alleged abduction of a Statesville man.

The incident reportedly occurred in the 300 block of East Innes St. Charged with kidnapping are Darnell Keith, 58, and Billy Jerome Davis, 48.

The victim was identified as Corry Tionne Summers, 32, of Statesville.

Keith was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under $100,000 bond; Davis, under $50,000 bond.

In other reports from local law enforcement:

• Darrius Artez Ellis, 21, was charged Saturday afternoon with felony breaking, entering and larceny. He was placed under $10,000 bond.

• Sampson Tyrell Tomblin, 24, was charged Friday night with felony breaking, entering and larceny. He also was placed under $10,000 bond.

• Olivia Jeana Long, 22, was charged with resisting, delaying and obstructing an officer and failure to appear. She was placed under $26,500 bond.

• James Harley Isenhour was charged early Saturday morning with resisting, delaying and obstructing an officer after an incident in the 100 block of Turkey Trot Lane.

Other charges against Isenhour included a probation violation and three counts of failure to appear. He was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under $45,500 bond related to all the charges.

• Daniel Joseph Walters was charged Saturday with possession of drug paraphernalia in the 100 block of Sand Road. He was placed under $1,000 bond.

• Ricky Ray Duncan was charged Saturday with possession of drug paraphernalia after his arrest at Pinetree Drive and Mill Run Road, East Spencer.

• Heather S. Burgess was charged with furnishing a controlled substance to inmates after her arrest in the 9800 block of Old Beatty Ford Road Saturday.

• Jonathan Blaine Carpenter was charged with assault on a female in an arrest made in the 8900 block of Smith Road Saturday.

• The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a forcible entry into a house in the 100 block of Silver Trace, China Grove, that netted burglars a laptop computer and video game controller.

Value of the stolen items was $460. Damage to a door lock was $20. The incident occurred between 8:30 a.m. Saturday and 12:46 a.m. Sunday.

 

 

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