Man charged with arson after domestic dispute on Stokes Ferry Road
SALISBURY — The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office charged a Stokes Ferry Road man with second-degree arson after a domestic incident Friday morning.
Charged is Joshua Cole Weaver, 24, of 4420 Stokes Ferry Road. He is accused of burning the dwelling of Whitney Weaver of the same address. Firefighters responding to the fire Friday were able to save three dogs who were in a kennel inside the mobile home.
No one else was home. Weaver was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center after his arrest.
In other reports:
• Miguel Catonga of Statesville Boulevard was charged with second-degree rape for carnally knowing and abusing a physically helpless person. Salisbury Police sought the warrant. Reports said the incident occurred Feb. 12.
Catonga was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under $200,000 bond.
• Salisbury Police charged Antwond Montiro Glenn, 19, of Victory Street with robbery using a dangerous weapon in an incident that occureed Aug. 22, 2016.
He is accused of threatening Jaylon Wimbley with a .22-caliber handgun and stealing $20 from Wimbley. Glenn was placed in jail under $50,000 bond.
• Timothy Paul Fleming was charged with misdemeanor larceny and larceny of a firearm in an incident dating back to Dec. 31 or Jan. 1. He is accused of taking a .38-caliber pistol belonging to Joshua Chapman and a $200 24-karat necklace belonging to Taylor Chapman. Kannapolis Police made the arrest.
Fleming was placed in the Rowan County jail under $10,000 bond.
— Mark Wineka
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