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Three fugitives added to Rowan County Sheriff’s Office most wanted list

Wanted

Mitchell Lee Varnadore

Matthew Ray Ball

Steven Bradley Taylor

SALISBURY — Three fugitives were added to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office’s most-wanted list for March.

Two of them are registered sex offenders who moved from their listed addresses without notifying the Sheriff’s Office of their new addresses.

Authorities are looking for 31-year-old Mitchell Lee Varnadore and Steven Bradley Taylor, 27.

Varnadore is often seen walking in the area of the Innes Street shopping center on Faith Road.

The third person is Matthew Ball, who has several arrest warrants out, including one for a felony charge for removal of a GPS tracker and a probation violation.

Anyone with information about these men or any of the people listed on the most-wanted list should contact Lt. Chad Moose at 704-216-8687, Detective Greg Bacote at 704-216-8772, or Salisbury-Rowan CrimeStoppers at 866-639-5245.

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