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October 15, 2008

Stanly County Sheriff’s Office Report

Tuesday, October 14, 2008 — Stanly County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity:

• Smith’s Grocery, N.C. 138, Norwood, reported a forgery, Oct. 3.

• David Columbus Lowder, of McNeil Road, Albemarle, reported a breaking and entering, larceny and damage to property, Oct. 4.

• Doris Lowder Beverley, of Gold Branch Road, Richfield, reported damage to a residence, Oct. 6.

• Arlie Glenn Sides, of Austin Road, Albemarle, reported an assault, communicating threats, and damage to a vehicle, Oct. 6.

• Sandee Thompson Lambert, of Old Salisbury Road, Richfield, reported damage to property, Oct. 6.

• Duane Paul Oliver, of Ridgecrest Road, Locust, reported a breaking and entering and larceny, Oct. 6.

• Claude Hampton Howell III, of Allenton Street, Norwood, reported the breaking and entering of a construction site and larceny, Oct. 6.

• Union Power Coop, of South Main Street, Oakboro, reported the larceny of power lines, Oct. 6.

• Stanley Matthew Sullivan, of St. Thomas Drive, Stanfield, reported the breaking and entering of a vehicle and larceny, Oct. 6.

• David Lee Burleson, of Smith Road, Stanfield, reported a larceny and damage to property, Oct. 6.

• Brenda Furr Hatley, of Coley Store Road, Locust, reported a larceny, Oct. 6.

• Grover Gene Shankle, of Colson Street, Norwood, reported a fraud, Oct. 6.

• Kyle Dewayne Cook, of Lake Tillery Road, Albemarle, reported the larceny of a motorcycle, Oct. 7.

• Rose Evelyn Workman, of U.S. 52 North, New London, reported fraud, Oct. 8.

• Jeannie Clark Weyrick, of Valley Drive, Albemarle, reported the larceny of a trash can, Oct. 8.

• Steve McQueen Allen Jr., of Center Street, Albemarle, was issued an order for arrest on a charge of failure to appear, Oct. 6.

• Deshawn Anthony Sellers, of Inger Street, Albemarle, was issued an order for arrest on a charge of failure to appear, Oct. 3.

• Ruth Ann Johnson, of Providence Street, Locust, was issued an order for arrest on a charge of failure to appear, Oct. 3.

• James Doyle Dye Jr., of Eds Avenue, Albemarle, was issued a warrant on a charge of fraud, breaking and entering, larceny and failure to appear, Oct. 4.

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