The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC)

Local News

October 12, 2011

Stanly County Sheriff’s Report

Wednesday, October 12, 2011 — Stanly County Sheriff’s Office reported the following activity:

• A resident of Log Cabin Trail, Midland, reported damage to property, Oct. 6.

• A resident of Indian Mound Road, Norwood, reported a larceny (misdemeanor), Oct. 6.

• A resident of Love Mill Road, Stanfield, reported a breaking/entering, larceny and fraud, Oct. 5.

• Michael Lewis Blalock, Dove Lane, Norwood, was issued a warrant for possession of firearm by felon, simple possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, Oct. 6.

• A resident of NC Hwy. 73, Albemarle, reported a breaking/entering and larceny after breaking/entering, Oct. 8.

• A resident of Newsome Road, Oakboro, reported damage to property, Oct. 9.

• A resident of Old Davis Road, Norwood, reported damage to property, Oct. 9.

• A resident of Creek Park Drive, Cary, reported a larceny (misdemeanor), Oct. 8.

• NC Forest Service, Newt. Road, Albemarle, reported a breaking/entering and damage to property, Oct. 7.

• A resident of NC Hwy. 24/27, Oakboro, reported damage to property, Oct. 7.

• A resident of Smiley Road, Albemarle, reported a larceny, Oct. 7.

• Shirley Neal Smith, Garrett Way, Albemarle, was arrested on a charge of assault and battery, Oct. 9.

• Wendy Renee Bruton, Garrett Way, Albemarle, was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct and assault and battery, Oct. 9.

• Crystal Troutman Collins, Herman Road, Albemarle, was issued a warrant for a false report to police, Oct. 9.

• Cody Gary Jones, Tilgman Road, Wilson, was issued a citation of expired registration plate and no inspection, Sept. 28.

• Deandre Jermaine Patterson, Hinson Parker Road, New London, was issued a warrant for resist, delay or obstruct, Oct. 9.

• Creed Roland Roberts, Palmerville Road, Albemarle, was issued a warrant for communicate threats, Oct. 10.

• Joshua Daniel Burris, Easy Drive, Oakboro, was issued a warrant for damage to property, Oct. 9.

• Beth Renee Sides, Barndardt Road, Albemarle, was issued an order for arrest for failure to appear, Oct. 8.

• Mary Elizabeth Simpson, Mini Airport Road, Albemarle, was issued an order for arrest for failure to appear, Oct. 8.

• Quinten Ladale Griffin, Arey Avenue, Albemarle, was issued a warrant for unauthorized use of motor vehicle and injury to personal property, Oct. 7.

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