Police blotter: Salisbury couple arrested on multiple charges
SALISBURY — A couple living on Gold Knob Road have been charged with larceny, multiple counts of obtaining property by false pretense and possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
Charged are Hannah Elizabeth Waller, 33, and Justin Luke Fleming, 38, whose addresses were given as the same apartment on Gold Knob Road. The obtaining property by false pretense charges were associated with the passing of checks and gift card transactions.
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office investigated the cases. Waller was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center under $25,000 bond. Fleming’s bond was $27,000.
In another report, the Sheriff’s Office has charged two men with breaking, entering and larceny and possession of burglary tools in connection to a theft from a building at 730 Zion Church Road, Gold Hill.
The date of the break-in was Friday.
Charged are Jason Michael Bolin, 39, and Justin Brent Miller, 40, both of Rockwell. They are accused of stealing a transformer valued at $20,000.
Miller’s bond was set at $20,000; Bolin’s, $5,000.
Other weekend reports from the Rowan County Magistrate’s Office:
• Elizabeth Grace Heffner, 25, of Asheboro, faces charges of heroin, crystal meth and drug paraphernalia possession; assault and battery; and resisting a public officer.
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office filed the charges. Her bond was set at $20,000.
• The Sheriff’s Office charged David M. Yarboro, 46, of Mooresville Road, with obtaining property by false pretense and resisting a public officer. Yarboro’s bond was set at $5,000.
• Antwan Maleik Jones, 44, of Salisbury, was charged with breaking, entering and larceny by Charlotte/Mecklenburg Police.
He is accused of breaking into a building on Andover Drive in Charlotte and taking $660 worth of items including jewelry, money, gaming equipment and autographed baseballs.
His bond was set at $5,000. The incident allegedly occurred Sept. 26.
• The Sheriff’s Office charged Caleb William Honeycutt, 47, of China Grove, with possession of a Schedule II controlled substance. He was placed under $10,000 bond.
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