The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC)

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June 24, 2011

Albemarle Police Report

Thursday, June 23, 2011 — Albemarle Police Depart-ment reports the following activity:

• A resident of East Cannon Avenue reported damage to property, June 13.

• Express Mart reported larceny from business on Salisbury Avenue, June 25.

• A resident of  Belvedere Drive reported breaking/ entering felony- residence, June 14.

• April Walker Vanhoy, 31, was arrested on charge of worthless check on South Third Street, June 14.

• James Marion Pemberton, 53, was issued a citation of expired inspection certifications on NC 740 Bypass/Northeast Connector, June 14.

• Christopher Mark Napier, 39, was issued a citation of Ndl-allow minor drive on Inger Street/West Drive, June 14.

• Brian Duane Barefoot, 34, was issued a citation of driving while license re-voked, June 14.

• Erica Carbajal, 23, was issued a citation of driving while license revoked on Amhurst Street, Leonard Avenue, June 14.

• Brenda Lea Douglas, 31, was issued a citation of no operators license on Concord Road/Macarthur Road, June 14.

• Donna Ann Franklin, 50, was issued a citation of operate vehicle no insurance on NC 24-27 Bypass East/ Leonard Avenue, June 14.

• Richard Allen Little, 28, was issued a citation of license not in possession on Inger Street/West Drive, June 14.

• Brianna Leigh Wall, 18, was issued a citation of license not in possession on Inger Street/West Drive, June 14.

• Carrie Nichelle Lindsay, 29, was issued a citation of Ndl-suspended/revoked on Inger Street/West Drive, June 14.

• Food Lion reported larceny/misdemeanor on US 52 North, June 15.

• Tommy Floyd Bowers, 48, was arrested on charge of resist, delay or obstruct on Prospect Church Road/US 52 North, June 15.

• Gregory David Cain, 24, was issued a citation for expired/No inspection on NC 24-27 Bypass East, June 15.

• Gregory David Cain, 24, was issued a citation for driving while license revoked, June 15.

• Carey Dwight Landon, 65, was issued a citation of flag light end of load violation on North Second Street/West North Street, June 15.

• Shariff Elhajj King, 19, was issued a citation of license not in possession on Wall Street/Summit Avenue, June 15.

• Deshawn Sasha Mazyck, 36, was issued a citation of expired registration card/tag on East Main Street/South Morrow Avenue, June 15.

• Brady Lee Harris, 80, was issued a citation of stop sign violation on Bypass East/Wall Street, June 15.

• Francisco Javier Jimenez, 37, was issued a citation of driving while license revoked on South Fourth Street/Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Drive, June 15.

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