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Blotter: Dec. 9

In Salisbury Police Department reports:

• A man reported three credit cards stolen from Rooms 2 Suites, at 1300 S. Jake Alexander Blvd., Friday morning.

• The Forum, at 2318 S. Main St. reported someone vandalized the company truck sometime between Nov. 28 to Dec. 5. The drivers’ and passenger mirrors were damaged.

• A female student reported on Friday two male students sexually assaulted her at City Park.

• A man reported two bicycles were stolen on Friday morning in the 400 block of S. Church Street.

• Sacred Heart Catholic School, 385 Lumen Christi Lane, reported a catalytic converter was stolen off a vehicle on Friday.

• Walmart, at 323 S. Arlington St., reported a larceny on Friday.

• Rowan County reported on Friday a window was broken out of the Old Setzer School House behind Horizons, and the word “death” was written in the dirt.

• A woman reported on Friday a lost wallet and important papers, including immigration papers, at the 1100 block of W. Fisher St.

• Walmart, at 323 S. Arlington St., reported a shoplifting on Friday.

• A man reported on Friday a red vehicle struck a mailbox and left the scene at the 1100 block of Arbor Drive.

• A person reported Monday a vandalism of a back door window busted out, in the 700 block of Victory St.

• A man reported Friday vandalism in the 400 block of S. West St.

• A man reported a larceny of a vehicle trailer on Friday in the 100 block of Piper Lane.

• A man reported a breaking and entering on Saturday morning in the 1800 block of E. Innes St.

• A man reported fraud by false pretense on Saturday in the 2200 block of Woodleaf Road. The man paid the suspect $100 for a watch. When he came to Salisbury to pick up the watch, the seller blocked him and was not at the address given.

• Rushco Food Stores reported a robbery with a firearm on Saturday.

• Police responded to the 500 block of N. Ellis St. for a shots fired call Sunday.

• A woman reported a larceny on Sunday in the 600 block of Mocksville Ave.

• Jamel Lesamuel, 32, of East Spencer, was charged with felony interfering with an electronic monitoring device in the 400 block of Gold Hill Drive on Saturday.

• Bernard Johnson, 50, was charged with assault on a female Sunday in the 200 block of Clay St.

• Willie James Collins Jr., 59, of Salisbury, was arrested for larceny at the Family Dollar Store at 410 E. Innes St., on Sunday.

• Frank Larry Graham, 35, of Salisbury, was charged with felony flee to elude and felony tampering with anti-theft device from Belk, at 1455 Klumac Road.

In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports:

• Frankie Lee Messineo, 28, was charged with second-degree trespassing in the 2200 block of Jacob Post Road, on Thursday. Terresita Lynn Curtis, 41, was also charged with resist, obstruct, delay of an officer

• Amy Nicole Carver, 30, was charged with communicating threats in the 400 block of Leonard Road on Thursday.

• Anthony Tyrone Pressley, 43, was charged with failing to notify of change of address on Thursday.

• Roger Lee McCarter, 40, was charged with obscenity-disseminating harmful material to a minor on Thursday.

• Nathan Ray Miller, 38, was charged with larceny of a motor vehicle in the 2000 block of Poole Road on Thursday.

• Nicholas Jake Brown, 30, was charged with violating domestic violence act on Thursday.

• A man repotted he was assaulted in the 1100 block of Goodson Road on Thursday.

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