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Blotter: May 2

In Salisbury Police Department reports

• Officers seized narcotics from a vehicle Wednesday in the parking lot of GNC, 243 Faith Road, at Innes Street Market shopping center.

• A woman reported Wednesday that a vehicle was stolen in the 400 block of Best Street sometime between 7 p.m. Tuesday and 3 a.m. Wednesday.

In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports

• A woman reported a stolen vehicle Sunday in the 100 block of Sechler Street, China Grove.

• A man reported Sunday that someone stole items from his vehicle parked in the 7100 block of East N.C. 152, Rockwell.

• A man reported a stolen wallet Sunday in the 300 block of Virginia Avenue, China Grove.

• A woman reported a burglary Sunday in the 5000 block of Enochville Road, Kannapolis.

• A man reported a larceny Monday in the 100 block of Pepper Stone Drive.

• A woman reported an assault Monday in the 1100 block of Maidstone Drive.

• A man reported vandalism Monday in the 200 block of Long Bow Road.

• A man reported identify theft Monday in the 100 block of Wind Drive.

• Dackoda Leashay Shrewsburry, 19, was charged Friday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance Schedule VI in the 3900 block of U.S. 601.

• Tavarius Lamont Davis, 33, was charged Friday with misdemeanor indecent exposure.

• Jennifer Selena Earnhardt, 20, was charged Friday with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia at the intersection of Thom Stree and Oak Avenue, China Grove.

• Amber Rose Mayes, 31, was charged Saturday with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia in the 9100 block of Bringle Ferry Road.

• Sarah Faye Waddell, 30, was charged Sunday with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia in the 20 block of East Church Street, China Grove.

• Jeffrey Lynn Wall, 54, was charged Sunday with misdemeanor communicating threats at the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office.

• Crystal Dawn Smith, 35, was charged Sunday with misdemeanor larceny in the 500 block of Charolais Drive.

• Michael Wayne Parks, 34, was charged Monday with misdemeanor assault on a female at the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office.

• Cynthia Renee Russell, 40, was charged Monday with misdemeanor assault and battery in the 200 block of West Kerr Street.

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