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Blotter: Man cited for trespassing, larceny at meat processing plant

By Shavonne Potts
shavonne.potts@salisburypost.com

SALISBURY — A local man was issued a citation on Saturday after a security guard at Freirich Foods Inc. on West Kerr Street reported they needed assistance.

The Salisbury Police Department issued Alfred Earl Armstrong, 60, a citation for misdemeanor larceny and second-degree trespassing at the meat processing business. The incident occurred just after 11 p.m.

In other Salisbury Police Department reports

• A woman reported on Friday she was the victim of an assault while in the 1000 block of Klumac Road.

• A woman reported on Friday someone vandalized her property in the 100 block of Carolina Boulevard.

• A man reported on Saturday he was the victim of an assault while in the 900 block of Park Avenue.

• Justina Deanna Ingram, 29, was issued a citation for simple possession of marijuana on Saturday while at the Comfort Inn hotel.

• A woman reported on Sunday a juvenile was seen throwing a rock three times in an attempt to break glass to gain entry into Harris Teeter grocery store.

In Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reports

• A woman reported on Thursday someone stole her phone while in the 3400 block of Hickory Place.

• A man reported on Thursday someone forged a check with his name while in the 6600 block of Lowder Road.

• Thomas Allen Phillips, 19, was charged on Thursday with felony larceny while on Interstate 85 and Andrews Street.

• Nina Marie Cook, 30, was charged on Thursday with felony identity theft while in the 100 block of Roy Miller Park Road.

• Justin Lee Jackson, 41, was charged on Thursday with felony forgery of a check while in the 6600 block of Lowder Road.

• Ansley Niquan Weaver, 30, was charged on Thursday with misdemeanor simple possession of marijuana while in the 900 block of Peeler Road.

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