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Police blotter: Officers busy over weekend

Staff report

Here are Friday and weekend arrests made by local law enforcement, based on reports from the Rowan County Magistrate’s Office and Rowan County Sheriff’s Office.

• Spencer Police charged Jerome Raynail Allison, 34, of Spencer, with assaulting an officer, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of cocaine and marijuana and maintaining a dwelling for the sale, delivery and manufacture of controlled substances.

Allison was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under $7,500 bond Sunday.

• Salisbury Police charged Major Sentell Sampson, 36, with assaulting, resisting and obstructing an officer and possession of marijuana after officers were investigating a disturbance Sunday related to damage of city property.

Sampson was placed under $2,500 bond.

• The Sheriff’s Office charged Eric Giovanni Rodriguez, 20, with possession of marijuana early Sunday morning on Lamb Drive, Salisbury.

• The Sheriff’s Office charged Tyler Rashad Hines, 26, with possession of marijuana during a traffic stop near Exit 76 on Interstate 85.

• Bond was set at $5,000 Sunday for Casey Lee Little, 30, who is charged with possession of a Schedule II controlled substance.

• Salisbury Police charged Joshua Andrew Cook, 39 with carrying a concealed weapon — a gun — at his arrest Saturday. Cook also was wanted for failure to appear in court on several other charges, including possession of stolen goods, larceny from a motor vehicle and obtaining goods by false pretenses.

Cook’s bond was set at $67,000.

• On Friday, the Sheriff’s Office charged Timothy Warren Broome, 20, with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana paraphernalia (scales and grinders) and a probation violation.

Bond was set at $3,000.

•  In an arrest Friday, the Sheriff’s Office charged Jakari Quamine Gardner, 18, of Salisbury, with assault with a deadly weapon and assault by pointing a gun. The charges allegedly follow a May 12 incident in which Gardner fired several shots at Eric Killeen of Cleveland.

Bond was set at $500.

• Salisbury Police charged Elvis Eugene King, 57, of Long Street, with possession of marijuana and cruelty to animals. He is accused of not providing water, adequate shelter, sanitary conditions and rabies shots for a Labrador/husky mix.

Bond was set Friday at $1,000 for King.

• On Friday, Salisbury Police charged Samuel Mack Kirtley, 55, of the streets of Salisbury, with indecent exposure. The incident allegedly occurred at 1050 E. Innes St. in the presence of two people, including a 10-year-old.

• Salisbury Police charged Rodney Markeith Jones, 39, of Salisbury, with carrying a concealed weapon, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine Saturday.

He was placed under $25,000 bond.

• Salisbury Police charged Joyce Anne Murphy, 45, of Salisbury, and Shante Rochelle Brown, each of the same Mirror Park Drive address, with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia Saturday.

Bond was set at $1,000 for Murphy and $1,500 for Brown.

• Salisbury Police charged Derrick Lamar Wilson, 45, with felony aiding and abetting a larceny and misdemeanor larceny. The charges relate to Wilson’s allegedly helping Scottie Todd Patterson, 34, with taking a microwave oven and flat-screen television through an emergency exit door at Walmart.

The incident happened May 3. Wilson’s bond was set at $3,500.

• The Sheriff’s Office charged Katelyn Michelle Marks, 23, of Rockwell, with simple possession of marijuana, marijuana paraphernalia and drug paraphernalia, including pipes, weights, digital scales and plastic bags.

Her bond was set at $2,500.



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