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July 10, 2009

Sheriff’s Report

Thursday, July 9, 2009 — The Stanly County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity:

• Tammie Fraley, of Old Cottonville Road, Norwood, reported damage to lawn and door, June 14.

• Michael Lawrence Rehberg, of Old Mill Road, Albemarle, reported the larceny of a four wheeler, June 14.

• Paul Bryant Poplin, of Austin Road, New London, reported being assaulted, June 14.

• Christina Marie Thompson, of Larock Lane, Oakboro, reported communication of threats, June 15.

• Troy Ray Bowers, of Plank Road, Norwood, reported larceny of medication, June 16.

• Miller Jeff Hartsell, of Math Road, Stanfield, reported breaking and entering and larceny of digital camcorder from vehicle, June 16.

• Ted Robert Hathcock, of Rock Haven Drive, Norwood, reported larceny of tag from trailer, June 16.

• Larry Alan Berry, of N.C. 740, New London, reported damage to mailbox, June 17.

• Gilbert Edward Huneycutt, of N.C. 24-27, Albemarle, reported breaking and entering and larceny of Dell computer and digital camera, June 17.

• Salvador De Paz Mondragon, of Rock Haven Drive, Norwood, reported being assaulted, June 17.

• David Wing, of Matt Neal Road, Albemarle, reported being assaulted, June 17.

• Dimpie Neil Hathcock, of Dry Road, Albemarle, reported breaking and entering and larceny, June 18.

• Garland Daniel Johnson III, of Five Point Road, Stanfield, reported larceny from business and larceny of trailer, June 10.

• Jamie Lee Ridenhour, of Whitely Road, Norwood, reported damage to vehicle, June 10.

• Wilco reported an armed robbery, at U.S. 52 North, Albemarle, June 11.

• Obryan Lamar Williams reported domestic violence assault, at Hill Street, Albemarle, June 11.

• Kenly Dale Parnell, of Cottonville Road, Norwood, was issued an order for arrest on a charge of failure to appear, June 12.

• Garner Daniel Stevens, of Laton Road, Albemarle, was issued a citation for possession of marijuana, June 12.

• Stephen Ray Kemp, of Oak Leaf Lane, Stanfield, was issued a warrant on a charge of assault on a female and larceny, June 13.

• Penny Bowers McConnell, of Party Lane, Stanfield, was issued an order for arrest on a charge of failure to appear in court, June 13.

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