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December 18, 2009

Albemarle Police Report

Thursday, December 17, 2009 — • Deborah Kay Porter reported damage to a vehicle, at Montgomery Avenue, Dec. 4.

• Irvin Vance Troutman reported a breaking and entering and larceny from property, at Love Street, Dec. 4.

• Walmart reported a larceny by changing price tag, at Leonard Avenue, Dec. 4.

• State Employees Credit Union reported the larceny of a heating/air conditioning unit, at Pine Street, Dec. 4.

• Wilco Hess reported the larceny of gas, at N.C. 24-27 Bypass East, Dec. 4.

• Walmart reported a larceny, at Leonard Avenue, Dec. 4.

• Donovan Colon Davis reported a misdemeanor larceny, at N.C. 24-27 Bypass East, Dec. 4.

• Paulette Scott reported damage to property, at Montgomery Avenue, Dec. 4.

• Rite Aid reported a larceny, at East Main Street, Dec. 5.

• Walmart reported a larceny, at Leonard Avenue, Dec. 5.

• Christina Leann Crayton reported damage to a vehicle, at Summit Avenue, Dec. 6.

• Richard Thomas Dunevant reported the larceny of a go-cart and EBT card, at Freedom Drive, Dec. 6.

• Walmart reported a larceny, at Leonard Avenue, Dec. 6.

• Woodside grocery reported damage to front glass, on Gibson Street at Arey Avenue, Dec. 6.

• Angela Renee Honeycutt reported the larceny of trailer and tools, at Linwood Drive, Dec. 6.

• Wendy Ann Marshall reported a larceny, at Palmer Street, Dec. 6.

• Walmart reported obtaining property by false pretense, at Leonard Avenue, Dec. 6.

• Kyle Allen Speight, 23, was arrested on a charge of DWI-alcohol, at Scarlett Leaf Lane, Oakboro, Dec. 4.

• Yvette Denise Lee, 43, was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor larceny, on Arey Avenue at Beale Street, Dec. 4.

• Jonathan Maurice Gramling, 22, was arrested on a charge of assault inflicting serious injury, on Lennox Street at Arey Avenue, Dec. 4.

• Timothy Justin Mode, 18, was arrested on a charge of failure to appear, at South Third Street, Dec. 4.

• Melvin Bahlil Sterling, 18, was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor larceny, at Leonard Avenue, Dec. 4.

• Terquita Devanne Funderburk, 21, was arrested on a charge of larceny by changing price, at Leonard Avenue, Dec. 4.

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