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Blotter: Kannapolis man charged with four different drug charges

KANNAPOLIS – A Kannapolis man was charged by the Kannapolis Police Department on Saturday with four different drug charges.

Donte Jamar Blakeney, 26, was charged with felony possession of more than one and one-half ounces of marijuana and the schedule I controlled substance “Molly.” He was also charged with trafficking at least 14 grams of heroin, at least 28 grams of cocaine and at least four grams of opiates.

Blakeney was also charged with felony possession with the intent to manufacture, sell or distribute a schedule VI controlled substance and keeping and maintaining a house for storing or selling controlled substances.

He was assigned a $30,000 secured bond.

In Salisbury Police Department reports:

  • Claymore Christopher Jones II, 24, was charged Friday with misdemeanor larceny.
  • Matthew Wayne Bradshaw, 25, was charged Friday with felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance, possession with the intent to manufacture, sell or distribute a schedule II controlled substance, possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana paraphernalia and possession of drug paraphernalia.

In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:

  • Lisa Kay Honeycutt of Salisbury, 43, was charged Saturday with felony possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony fleeing or eluding arrest.
  • Crystal Diane Martin of Salisbury, 28, was charged Saturday with possession of heroin.
  • On Nov. 22 two were arrested during traffic stop on Rimer Road. Christopher Scott Parson, 25, and Hunter Adam James, 31, were charged with possession of a schedule I controlled substance. The two were allegedly in possession of  about a gram of meth, half gram of black tar heroin and assorted pills.
  • Nazareth Children’s Home in Rockwell reported $1,000 worth of damage after deputies say a resident got upset over a basketball game. According to Captain John Sifford, Elijah Evans, 16, caused damage to property including furniture, a sign and a window. Evans allegedly punched hole in wall and broke the door on a transport van belonging to Nazareth. Total damage is estimated at $1,663, Sifford said. Evans was charged with injury to personal property.
  • Claudie Jay Boyd, 23, was charged Nov. 22 with possession with intent to make sell or distribute a schedule VI controlled substance.

In other reports:

  • Michael Bricen Corriher of Spencer, 21, was charged Friday by the Spencer Police Department with possession of marijuana paraphernalia, communicating threats and simple assault.



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