- Michael J. Wiggins, was charged Sunday with felony possession of cocaine and possession of a controlled substance on jail premises.
- Matthew Alan Yoder, 40, was charged Sunday with financial card fraud and misdemeanor larceny after he allegedly used someone’s debit card to purchase $108.20 in items from Bostian Heights Grocery. Yoder was also charged with felony possession of a schedule I controlled substance after warrants said he was found with methamphetamine. He was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under an $10,000 bond
- Gary Pennington, of Mooresville, was charged Sunday with assault afflicting serious bodily injury. He was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $10,000 bond.
- William Carl Mickey, 30, of Longview Avenue, was charged Sunday with injury to personal property, communicating threats and assault by pointing a gun. According to warrants, Mickey damaged a driver’s side mirror of a 2006 Chevy Impala and threatened the owner, pointed a silver handgun at him and stated he would kill him. Mickey was also charged with possession of up to .5 an ounce of marijuana.
- Laura Keen, 34, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct, communicating threats and injury to personal property after she allegedly stood on Harrelson Drive with a knife and a hammer in her hands and addressed a couple there saying, “I’m going to f— both of y’all up.” According to warrants, the disturbance was also overheard by neighbors while in their homes. Keen also allegedly smashed the windshield, back glass, driver side window and stabbed at all four tires on a silver Saturn sedan in order to flatten them.
- Dequan Torrez Chawlk, 22, of East Spencer, was charged Sunday with assault with a deadly weapon. According to warrants, Chawlk attacked Robert Allison by hitting him in the “upper left area of his head” with a black semi-automatic handgun. Chawlk was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under a $5,000 bond.
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