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Local News

July 25, 2011

Stanly County Sheriff’s Report

Monday, July 25, 2011 — Stanly County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity:

• Union Power Cooperative, Rocky River Road, Monroe, reported a felony larceny and first degree trespass, July 13.

• A resident of Endy Road, Albemarle, reported a misdemeanor breaking and entering, July 13.

• A resident of Watson Road, Albemarle, reported littering, July 5.

• A resident of Drye Road, Albemarle, reported a felony breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering, July 13.

• Sara Elizabeth Hartsell, Joy Road, Locust, was arrested on charges of felony larceny and first degree trespass, July 13.

• Matthew Lawrence Rehberg, Old Mill Road, Albemarle, was arrested on charges of felony larceny and first degree trespass, July 13.

• Mark Jerome Hartsell, Walnut Street, Albemarle, was arrested on charges of felony larceny and first degree trespass, July 13.

• Michael Lee Poplin, Green Acres Drive, Albe-marle, was arrested on a charge of failure to report change of address, sex offender, July 13.

• Tarrance Ed Harris, Maple Street, Badin, was arrested on a charge of failure to appear, July 13.

• Daniel Tyler Jernigan, Community Road, Milling-port, was arrested on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon, July 13.

• A resident of Hwy. 24/27/73, Albemarle, re-ported a felony breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering, July 14.

• A resident of Timber Ridge Road, New London, reported a felony larceny from vehicle and breaking and entering of motor vehicle, July 14.

• A resident of Catfish Road, New London, reported a felony breaking and entering, larceny from building and attempted breaking and entering of motor vehicle, July 14.

• Stephen Ray Campbell Jr., Sugar Loaf Road, Troy, was arrested on a charge of felony possession of fire-arm, July 14.

• Benny Lee Almond, Biles Road, Albemarle, was arrested on a charge of second degree trespassing, July 14.

• Jamie Dustin Porter, Austin Road, Albemarle, was issued a citation of possession of alcohol by person under 19 years of age, July 11.

• Jamie Dustin Porter, Austin Road, Albemarle, was issued a citation of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, July 11.

• A resident of Faulkner Road, Albemarle, reported a breaking/entering, larceny after breaking/entering and damage to property, July 17.

• A resident of NC Hwy. 740, New London, reported a breaking/entering and larceny after breaking/entering, July 15.

• Food Lion #766, W. Church St., Richfield, re-ported a shoplifting, July 15.

• A resident of Hearne Road, New London, reported illegal dumping, July 16.

• A resident of Old Aquadale Road, Albemarle, reported damage to property, July 17.

• A resident of US Hwy. 52 South, Norwood, reported a larceny, July 17.

• A resident of Renee Ford Road, Stanfield, re-ported a larceny from vehicle, July 16.

• A resident of Union Grove Road, Albemarle, reported a larceny, July 15.

• Taylor Danielle Spivey, Danritch Drive, Richfield, was issued an order for arrest for failure to appear, July 17.

• Corey Allen Higgins, Hartsell Road, Midland, was issued an order for arrest for failure to appear, July 16.

• Lacey May Carpenter, Gold Branch Road, Richfield, was arrested for shoplifting, July 15.

• Jasper Frarrington, Hwy. 601, Midland, was issued a warrant for assault on female, assault with deadly weapon and communicate threats, July 15.

• Heather Renee Talbert, Inger Street, Albemarle, was arrested for shoplifting, July 15.

• Magdalena Ida Waters, Pennington Road, Albe-marle, was issued an order for arrest for failure to appear, July 15.

• Christina Faye Clark, NC Hwy. 740, Albemarle, was issued a warrant for forgery and fraud, July 16.

• Anthony Alan Hammond, Wightman Church Road, Polkton, was issued a citation for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, July 15.

• A resident of Milling-port Road, New London, reported injury to personal property, July 18.

• Beaver Dam Nursery, Pine Bluff Road, Midland, reported a breaking/entering and damage to property, July 18.

• Samuel Martinez Baza, Arey Avenue, Albemarle, was issued a citation for no drivers license, June 25.

• Cindy Marie Pennington, Pebblestone Circle, Stanfield, was issued an order for arrest for failure to appear, July 18.

• James Fredrick Nicholson, Richardson Street, Albemarle, was issued an order for arrest for failure to appear, July 18.

• Shannon Marie Laney, Rock Hole Road, Stanfield, was arrested for manufacture Sch. II, July 18.

• Tangela Lynette Nash, Elm Street, Albemarle, was issued a citation for possession of marijuana, June 24.

• Jacqueline Lanette Craig, NC Hwy. 73, Albemarle, was issued a citation for larceny of gas, July 9.

• Ricky Moe Craig, NC Hwy. 73, Albemarle, was issued a citation for larceny of gas, July 11.

• A resident of Fairfield Drive, Stanfield, reported damage to property, July 19.

• A resident of NC Hwy. 740, New London, reported damage to property, July 19.

• Alcoa, Inc., Hwy. 740, Badin, reported illegal dumping, July 19.

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