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Blotter: March 12

By Shavonne Walker

shavonne.walker@salisburypost.com

• Allied Universal reported Friday that someone stole a firearm from a closet at a residence in the 200 block of Carolyn Road.

• A woman reported a burglary Friday in the 1300 block of Henderson Grove Church Road.

• A man reported a domestic assault Friday in the 2300 block of McGee Street, Kannapolis.

• A man reported a larceny Sunday in the 1300 block of Old Concord Road.

• A man reported Sunday that someone purchased items from him using counterfeit money in the 800 block of Lower Stone Church Road, Rockwell.

• A woman reported a stolen pistol Sunday in the 200 block of Cherokee Lane.

• A man reported a larceny Sunday in the 1100 block of McCanless Road.

• Christopher Monteise McKay, 21, was charged Friday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance Schedule VI in the 79000 block of North Interstate 85.

• Dragisa Brborovic, 47, was charged Friday with misdemeanor simple assault in the 1800 block of Mooresville Road.

• Summey Newman Biggerstaff, 31, was charged Friday with misdemeanor assault and battery in the 100 block of Wal Hollow Lane, Mooresville.

• Tonya Earnhardt Fritts, 44, was charged Friday with misdemeanor simple assault in the 2300 block of McGee Street, Kannapolis.

In Salisbury Police Department reports:

• A man reported Monday that he was the victim of a pickpocket in the 200 block of North Main Street.

• A woman reported a larceny Monday at McDonald’s, 601 W. Jake Alexander Blvd.

Contact reporter Shavonne Walker at 704-797-4253.

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