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Blotter: July 7

In Salisbury Police Department reports:

  • A burglary was reported at Hoff’s Grill on West Innes Street on Tuesday.
  • A woman reported Tuesday a larceny from a motor vehicle when her vehicle jack was taken from her van in the 100 block of Independence Drive.
  • Two TVs and a truck were reported stolen Tuesday from Transource Inc. on Jake Alexander Boulevard West.
  • A woman reported a vandalism on Tuesday in the 100 block of Camelot Road.
  • A woman reported a larceny Tuesday in the 200 block of East 15th Street.
  • A woman reported a vandalism in the 600 block of Mocksville Avenue on Tuesday.
  • A man reported a larceny in the 800 block of Park Avenue on Tuesday.
  • Two subjects at Walmart returned items they had picked up within the store Tuesday before stealing a rotisserie chicken.
  • A man reported a larceny from a motor vehicle in the 1500 block of Keystone Drive when his ex-girlfriend took the carseat from his car and left with it.
  • A man reported he was the victim of a simple physical assault in  the 400 block of West 15th Street on Tuesday.
  • A man reported larceny from a motor vehicle in the 500 block of North Church Street on Tuesday.
  • An attempted breaking and entering was reported at the Boost Mobile store on Jake Alexander Boulevard West.
  • A man reported a larceny in the 200 block of East Horah Street on Wednesday.
  • A woman reported a shooting into an occupied property in the 600 block of East Franklin Street in Salisbury on Wednesday.
  • A woman reported a larceny of a motor vehicle in the 100 block of East Liberty Street on Wednesday.
  • A woman reported a burglary on Thursday in the 1400 block of Filbert Street.
  • A property damage hit and run occurred Thursday at the Rushco on West Innes Street when a vehicle struck a gas pump and then left the scene.
  • A man reported a larceny from a motor vehicle in the 400 block of South Ellis Street on Thursday.
  • A larceny of a trailer was reported at the Econo Lodge on Jake Alexander Boulevard South on Thursday.
  • A woman reported a larceny in the 2100 block of Statesville Boulevard on Thursday.
  • Danesha Vernesta Pou, 26, was charged with misdemeanor possessing stolen goods in the 200 block of Bendix Drive on Tuesday.
  • Arbel Herrera Martinez, 19, was charged Wednesday with misdemeanor resisting, delaying or obstructing a public officer in the 1100 block of Bringle Ferry Road.
  • Ashia Monique Toomer, 27, was charged Thursday with misdemeanor possessing a Schedule VI controlled substance in the 800 block of East Innes Street.
  • Dwayne Maurice Hall, 50, was charged with misdemeanor assault on a government official in the 500 block of East Innes Street.

In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:

  • Nikki Jo Hepler was charged Wednesday with larceny by servants and other employees in the 200 block of Old Tulip Farm Road.
  • Billy Edward Lucas was charged Wednesday with possession of drug paraphernalia in the 5300 block of Long Ferry Road.
  • Christine Elizabeth Morgan was charged Wednesday with injury  to personal property in the 300 block of Virginia Avenue.
  • Tonya Jean Vandine was charged with a simple assault on Thursday in the 500 block of Allman Road.
  • Michael Lee Fink was charged Thursday with breaking and entering railroad cars and other motor vehicles in the 300 block of Belmont Road.
  • Charles June Presnell was charged Thursday with resisting, delaying or obstructing a public officer in the 100 block of West Liberty Street.
  • Ivan Ray Clifton was charged Thursday with assault on a female in the 700 block of West Rice Street.
  • Edward Eugene Sifford was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle in the 100 block of West Liberty Street.
  • Gary Edward Robertson was charged Thursday with possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance in the 300 block of Hartman Road.
  • Jeffrey John Thompson was charged Thursday with misdemeanor larceny in  the 200 block of Liz Courtland Road.
  • Victoria Alexis Banis was charged with simple assault Thursday in the 5600 block of Turner Drive.
  • Joshua Scott Ritchie was charged Friday with communicating threats in the 100 block of Goat Trail.
  • Emia Moshia Hardin was charged Friday with possessing a Schedule VI controlled substance in the 1400 block of North Main Street.

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