Blotter: Local man on most-wanted list turns himself in
SALISBURY — A man who was placed on the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office’s most-wanted list this week has turned himself in to authorities.
Donald Clair Reynolds III, 32, was wanted on felony charges of taking indecent liberties with a child that stem from an incident reported earlier this month.
Sheriff’s detectives said Reynolds surrendered to the Sheriff’s Office through his attorney on Tuesday and has been served with the arrest warrants.
In other Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:
• A man reported Monday that someone stole tools from his work truck while it was parked in the 300 block of Phaniel Church Road, Rockwell.
• A man reported a stolen vehicle Monday in the 19000 block of Old Beatty Ford Road, Gold Hill.
• A man reported a break-in Monday in the 100 block of Beaver Road, China Grove.
• A woman reported a break-in Monday in the 100 block of Cone Drive, Woodleaf.
• A woman reported fraud Monday in the 8900 block of Old Beatty Ford Road, Rockwell.
• A woman reported a stolen debit card Monday in the 6300 block of Long Branch Road.
• A man reported a theft Monday in the 2100 block of Kendra Drive, Kannapolis.
• Miller’s Produce Stand reported Monday that someone stole money and produce from the business at 2198 Miller Road, China Grove.
• Bruce Wayne Arquette, 38, was charged Monday with felony assault inflicting serious bodily injury at the Rowan County Courthouse.
• Brandon D. Cannon, 27, was charged Monday with felony assault inflicting serious bodily injury at the Rowan County Courthouse.
In Salisbury Police Department reports:
• A man reported a stolen vehicle Tuesday in the 600 block of Brenner Avenue.
• Eric Lamar Hahn, 50, was charged Sunday felony possession of a weapon by a felon in the 1200 block of Stevens Drive.
• Rafael Padilla Garcia, 41, was charged Sunday with felonious restraint in the 1300 block of South Jake Alexander Boulevard.
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