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MONROE NC May 21 2009g0dc0005d7145734ead32f725ac6feb270a1142ac5022f5

 

MONROE POLICE

 

 

 

 

GALEN CODY PRICE

 Charge: POSSESS DRUG PARAPHERNALIA  10311 LANDSFORD RD 

 05/15/2009 13:00  TREVOR CALVIN BURNS

Charge: COMMUNICATING THREATS  2117 WHITE STORE RD 

 05/15/2009 14:06 THOMAS DOUGLAS VITACCO

Charge: COUNTERFEIT SCHED IV  3344 PRESSON RD 

 05/15/2009 18:30 THOMAS GREGORY

Charge: CHILD ABUSE – MISD  916 MAURICE ST 

 

 05/16/2009 14:05  JUNNYLESS GERARDO RODRIGUEZ

Charge: FRAUDULENT USE OF ID – ALTERED ID 

 5/16/2009 16:54 ALBERTO MARTINEZ HUMANES

Charge: P/W/I/S/D COCAINE  304 KERR ST 

 05/16/2009 23:15 JUAN GONZALEZ

Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-FELONY  1500 BLOCK LEEMAN ST 

 05/17/2009 07:30  ALISANDRO MERINO CORTEZ

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  1308 S HAYNE ST 

 05/17/2009 TONYA KAY LOCKLEAR

Charge: FTA (SECOND DEGREE TRESPASS, M LARCENY)  313 MAGNOLIA DR 

05/17/2009 14:06 MICHAEL BURGESS

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  313 MAGNOLIA DR 

 05/17/2009 16:51  ANTAVIUS TOBIAS WHITE

Charge: ASSAULT INFLICTING SERIOUS INJURY  3344 PRESSON RD 

  05/17/2009 21:25   RICO ANTWAN OXNER

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  206 S WEST ST 

 

 05/18/2009 03:30  RUBISEL SANCHEZ JUARES

Charge: INDECENT LIBERTIES WITH CHILD  910 E SUNSET DR

 05/18/2009 03:31  LONNIE SCOTT WHEELER

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  GOLDMINE ROAD 

  05/18/2009 05:37 RUBISEL SANCHEZ JUARES

Charge: INDECENT LIBERTIES WITH CHILD  910 E SUNSET DR 

 05/18/2009 12:00 BRIAN FITZGERALD FAULKNER

Charge: POSSESS COCAINE FEL  400 N MAIN ST 

 

 05/18/2009 15:37   TONICA SHEVEA WILLIAMS

Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR  3001 HWY 74 (TJ MAX PVA) 

 05 05/18/2009 17:30 ELIZABETH DENISE DAVID

Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR  3000 WEST BLVD (TJ MAX ) 

 05/18/2009 17:30 COVIE TASHA WORLEY

Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR  3001 HWY 74 (TJ MAX ) 

 05/18/2009 17:37  CLIFTON ANDREW STEELE

Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR  3001 HWY 74 (TJ MAX ) 

 05/18/2009 17:55 ANTAVIUS TOBIAS WHITE

Charge: ASSAULT INFLICTING SERIOUS INJURY  3344 PRESSON RD

 05/18/2009 23:15 JAMES LEE CLARK

Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-FELONY  1507 GOLDMINE RD 

 05/19/2009 01:00 BRIAN EMMANUEL  HANCOCK

Charge: POSSESS COCAINE FEL  412 WESTROOSEVELT BLVD 

 05/19/2009 07:52 MARION JAMES DUBOSE

Charge: COMMUNICATING THREATS  3329 HAYWOOD RD 

 

 05/19/2009 08:00 TIMOTHY VUNDEL MCKINNEY

Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-FELONY  BEST VALUE INN 

 

 05/19/2009 08:35  TRENTON LATRES BUTLER

Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION  500 NORTH MAIN STREET 

 05/19/2009 10:47 CARLOTTA NICOLE CROWDER

Charge: FOOD STAMP FRAUD  1301 SPRING ST 

 05/19/2009 14:45 ANTONIO OTIS MCCLAIN

Charge: FTA-FELONY POSS COCAINE FELONY PROB VIOL  500 BOYTE ST

 05/19/2009 20:13 MANDY ELIZABETH DEZERN

Charge: LARCENY BY EMPLOYEES  2115 ROOSEVELT BLVD (CATO FASHION) 

 05/20/2009 10:19  JARIEKA SHAVON POTTS

Charge: FTA (LARCENY OF MV, 3 CTS ROBBERY W D W, POSS MARJ1/2OZ)  400 N MAIN ST 

 05/20/2009 10:28 VONTAVIOUS ROMAIN PATTERSON

Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR  807 E ROOSEVELT BLVD 

 05/20/2009 11:20  LUKE TAYLOR BOOTH

Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION  500 N MAIN ST 

 05/20/2009 12:15 MICHAEL CHANDLER WILLIAMS

Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION  400 N MAIN ST 

 05/20/2009 16:00  KEVIN JAMES WOODS

Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-FELONY  103 N WEST ST 

  05/20/2009  MARCIA LASHONTA POLK

Charge: FTA(ID THEFT, OBTAIN PROP BY FALSE PRET X2)  3344 PRESSON RD

 05/20/2009 18:58  TRAVIS DEON WHITE

Charge: FTA(POSS OF COCAINE FELONY)  1008 CHERRY ST

INDIAN TRAIL

05/16/2009 20:12  PATRICIA ELIZABETH MARIE SCHWEIZER

Charge: SIMPLE ASSAULT  6005 MAGNA LN 

 05/17/2009 00:03   RICHARD CLARK

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  2599 W LAWYERS RD/MILL GROVE RD 

  05/17/2009 00:55 DAREL JAY RASMUSSEN

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  HEMBY BRIDGE 

 05/17/2009 20:55 BROADUS WINFORD THORTON

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  6101 CLEARWATER DR 

 05/18/2009 20:46 SHANNON MARIE GIBSON

Charge: FAIL TO APPEAR/COMPL  316 KENNERLY DR 

 05/19/2009 11:28 PATRICIA ELIZABETH MARIE SCHWEIZER

Charge: SIMPLE ASSAULT  6005 MAGNA LN 

 05/19/2009 20:47  STEPHANIE ROMANO SASSMAN

Charge: OBTAINING PROPERTY BY FALSE PRETENSES  304 SOUTH FORK RD 

 05/20/2009 06:40  DARIUS LAMAR STATON

Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR  4801 FARMVIEW DR 

 

MINERAL SPRINGS

05/15/2009 14:39 NECOLE DEMONT HORNE

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  2226 HASTY RD 

 05/16/2009 18:04 ERRIC NEAL RAYE

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  2603 HIGH RIDGE CHURCH RD

 

STALLINGS

05/17/2009 04:27 KELVIN GUADAMUD

Charge: DWI – PROVISIONAL LICENSE     POTTER RD  

 05/18/2009 20:3  NELSON CARDELLA

Charge: INJURY TO PERSONAL PROPERTY UNION/MECK COUNTY LINE

 

UNIONVILLE

05/19/2009 16:10 JAMES EDWIN EDGE

Charge: FTA (B & E, M PROBATION VIOL)  2413 FALCON LN

 

WAXHAW

05/16/2009 01:19 MICHAEL JAMES SMITH

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  204 S BROOME ST 

 

 05/16/2009 10:32 BRANDON SCOTT WINSTON

Charge: POSSESS DRUG PARAPHERNALIA  7805 MAPLEWOOD LN 

 05/16/2009 19:48 JOHN LOUIS CANNIZZO

Charge: STALKING  9806 ROYAL COLONY DR 

 05/17/2009 09:01  ROY EUGENE BAKER

Charge: POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA  7926 SIMS RD 

 05/19/2009 01:34 DAVID ANDREW RIDGEWAY

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  4802 SAINT SIMONS TERRACE

 

WEDDINGTON

05/20/2009 16:34 JOSHUA GRAHAM WATKINS

Charge: BEL / THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE  6321 ANTIOCH CT

 

WINGATE

05/17/2009 21:52 CLINT WARREN PHIFER

Charge: POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA UP TO 1/2 OZ  WILSON ST 

 05/19/2009 08:54 JEROME JUNIOR ANTHONY

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  502 MAYE ST 

 05/20/2009 17:06  JOHNNY WESLEY KIRBY

Charge: TRESPASS – 2ND DEG  HWY 74 

05/20/2009 20:14  LEROY DAVIS

Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE  602 FUNDERBURK RD

 

DUI ARRESTS

  05/16/2009 10:10 CHARLES RAY HELMS

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  US HWY 74 

 05/16/2009 17:45 AGUSTIN CRUZ VAZQUEZ

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  ROLAND DR 

 05/18/2009 16:50  EARNEST FREEMAN GARMON

Charge: FTA (DWI, DWLR)  3344 PRESSON ROAD

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10390502_BG2CHARLOTTE, NC May 19 2009/UPDATE Firefighters, paramedics and law enforcement from several agencies are on the scene of a fatal crash on I-485 near Idlewild Road. 

Police reported that a convertible crashed into the cables located in the interstate median.

According to a MEDIC spokesman, the driver, identified as Lee Roy Gunar, 71, of Lake Wylie died at the scene. Troopers say that he had been speeding and lost control of his vehicle as he merged onto the highway and crashed into the median.

No other vehicles or passengers were involved in the accident.

The highway was closed down for a short time adding a heavy build up of traffic on both the inbound and outbound sides of the Interstate during the afternoon rush hour.

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100_1077Unionville NC May 17 2009100_1079

The Unionville Volunteer Fire Department held an open house Saturday and showed off their new station.

Many residents came out to take a look and thank the members for their dedication to the community.

 

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Monroe NC May 17 2009c8a56ff395280b5a

Police and fire personnel responded to the Compare Foods on Skyway Blvd Friday evening to assist a person having a heart attack. But this rescue was a bit more unique than most medical calls.

The victim was a service technician working on equipment on top of the roof at the time of the emergency and rescuers had to make their way up a small narrow interior ladder to the rooftop to aid the patient. It was impossible to bring the person on a stretcher down those stairs so a fire truck was called in.

Monroe Fire dispatched their bucket truck and assisted in the rescue of the victim who was then transported by Union EMS to CMC.

There was no word late Friday on the man’s condition.

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Monroe NC May 15 2009 Police surrounded Kay’s Jewelry store on Highway 74 at around midnight when a burglary alarm was activated.

Police checking the building found a ladder in the rear that may have been used to gain entry and called for the fire department’s ladder truck to help get officers on top of the roof.

Officers made their way across the roof and discovered a possible entry point. Additional officers responded and combed the area and police found that the store had been burglarized.

Officers checked the interior of the store but did not find any suspects.

Police are investigating and did not say if burglars were able to get away with any merchandise.

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UNIONVILLE, N.C May 15 2009.- The North Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating a deadly accident in Union County that resulted from a police chase Friday at 3:15.

According to several reports, the pursuit began on U.S. 74 (Roosevelt Boulevard) in Monroe. Police tried to stop the vehicle because an officer observed it operating reacklessly. The driver refused to pulll over and police began to follow it.

The driver then turned north on U.S. 601, with Monroe police and then the N.C. Highway Patrol in pursuit.

Troopers say the driver of the vehicle identified as Michael Farr, 48, tried to turn right on Sikes Mill Road, heading toward Unionville. But the driver hit a median in U.S. 601, and his car flipped before landing in a culvert nearby. Farr died at the scene.

Police have also said that the vehicle that Farr was driving had been reported stolen.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. May 15 20093383982367Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools announced Thursday it’s eliminating 60 of its campus security positions for the upcoming school year.

CMS officials said the number of campus security associates will go from 177 to 119 in 2009-2010. That number includes two new positions for middle schools opening next school year.

School officials said most high schools will have two security officers, and middle schools will have one.

The cuts will hit harder at some schools than others. Hopewell High School and Independence High School will drop from five security officers to two, and that’s raising some concerns.

“There’s too much going on right now–we need security to let everybody know that everything’s good,” said Reagan Etheridge, who graduated from Independence in 2007.

The school district said the move is part of $51.1 million in budget reductions. It’s requiring all campus security personnel to reapply for the 119 budgeted positions.

“We just don’t have a lot of choice,” said School Board Chairwoman Molly Griffin on Thursday.

Griffin said school principals may be able to use money budgeted for other positions to hire security officers.

CMS said campus security associates are not sworn police officers. No cuts are planned for CMS’ School Law Enforcement team, which is made up of police officers and detectives.

In addition to the 60 security positions, CMS is cutting 474 other jobs to meet budget constraints. Another 782 jobs, all at the school level, are on the line if more budget cuts are made.

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5e384daef9d6a4e0NEWTON, N.C. May 15 2009 – Authorities in Newton have arrested a high school teacher and charged him with stalking a male student.

The Catawba County Sheriff’s Office arrested John Michael Donadio and charged him with stalking a male student at school.

Neighbors say they don’t believe Donadio would ever do anything inappropriate. But the Catawba County Sheriff’s Office is investigating allegations that Donadio stalked a student at Fred T. Foard High School.

Administrators at the school say the minute they heard of the allegations they took Donadio out of the classroom and suspended him with pay.

The superintendent is being very tight-lipped and would not discuss the arrest or the teacher.

We do know that Donadio has taught special education at the school for several years.

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Indian Trail NC May 14 2009

On Thursday, May 21, when the best drivers in the world battle for the pole at the 50th running of the Coca Cola 600, Windstream (NYSE: WIN), a high-speed Internet, phone and digital TV provider, will proudly be hosting 2,500 soldiers and military families from Fort Bragg and the XVIII Airborne Corps. This marks the second consecutive year the company has donated tickets to military members for the Windstream Pole Night qualifier for the NASCAR Cup Series race at Lowe’s Motor Speedway (LMS).

‘We are honored to host the dedicated soldiers and families from the XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg again this year, as they continue to make enormous personal sacrifices for our country,’ said Ron Proleika, vice president of marketing communications for Windstream. ‘It is our privilege to thank them for their service and we hope they take this time to enjoy a night with their families and experience the excitement of Windstream Pole Night.’

Additionally, Windstream is partnering with legendary NASCAR driver/owner Junior Johnson on its Green Truck Tour for two Charlotte-area appearances leading up to Windstream Pole Night.

On Tuesday, May 19, Johnson, a 10-time race and two-time pole winner at LMS (twice as a driver, eight as an owner) will greet morning commuters at the Pure Mart gas station / McDonald’s in Indian Trail (305/303 Unionville Indian Trail Rd., 6-8 a.m.). Later that day, Johnson will visit race fans outside Concord Mills Mall (4-6 p.m.), where the legend will also participate in a special autograph session.

Consumers and race fans are encouraged to stop by either of these free events to meet

Johnson, one of NASCAR’s greatest drivers, and to pick up a free family four-pack of tickets for Windstream Pole Night. Limit one four-pack of tickets per person while supplies last.

The year’s 50th anniversary of the famous Memorial Day weekend race will kick off with Johnson getting behind the wheel of Windstream’s signature Green Truck and driving the lead Pole Night parade lap, energizing the fans and race qualifying field.

The Green Truck Tour is designed to give back to the local communities that Windstream serves and educate the public about landline safety. The tour, which promotes Windstream’s reliable phone, high-speed Internet and digital TV products and services, runs through November with stops in 14 states. Windstream also is donating $200,000 to eight schools in the company’s service area through its Classroom Connections program. For additional information about the Green Truck Tour and its scheduled stops, visit www.greentrucktour.com.

 

About Windstream

Windstream Corporation is an S&P 500 company that provides high-speed Internet, digital phone and high-definition video and entertainment services to residential and business customers in 16 states. The company has approximately 3 million access lines and about $3.2 billion in annual revenues. Windstream is ranked 4th in the 2009 BusinessWeek 50 ranking of the best performing U.S. companies. For more information, visit www.windstream.com.

Contacts:

Windstream Corporation
Media Relations:
Alice Hartnett,
704-845-7381
alice.hartnett@windstream.com
or
Adam Colborne,
704-409-7737
acolborne@catalystpublicrelations.com

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Monroe NC May 14 2009170_2006RemountFront

An accident closed Highway 218 just before Hwy 601 and one person was critically injured Thursday evening.

Preliminary investigation showed the vehicle hit a utility pole bringing it down across a section of the road. Union EMS, fire personnel, deputies and the Highway Patrol all responded to the scene.

Emergency workers pulled the injured man out of the mangled vehicle in a very dangerous situation while live wires hung across the wreckage causing the rescue to be one of the most hazardous ones done in the area in recent memory.

A medical helicopter was also dispatched to the scene but Union EMS paramedics took the injured person directly to CMC Charlotte via ambulance.

The name of the person or the cause of the wreck has not been released and troopers were still investigating the crash in the late hours.

 

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armed-robbery-gun-200x120Indian Trail NC May 14 2009

BREAKING NEWS

A robbery this morning sent sheriff deputies to a business where they say at least one man entered demanding money.

Employees of DK Presley Development reported to deputies at around 11:00 am a black male entered the business and robbed them and then fled in an older model white vehicle.

Deputies searched the area but did not locate the suspect. Sheriff investigators are continuing their investigation.

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Monroe NC May 14 2009NEWLOGO

Firefighters were called to a home that was burning after a passerby notified 911.

Emergency workers responded to 3012 Old Camden Rd where they found a mobile home partially engulfed. Additional fire units were called in from New Salem and Concord Highway Fire departments and the Union County EMS. Deputies also blocked and r-re-routed traffic in the area.

The Union County fire marshal’s office was also called to the scene and tell us that no one was home at the time of the fire.

The cause of the blaze is still under investigation.

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Matthews NC May 12 200915229827_240X180
By: Rick McCann
We’re back in that time of year when severe weather can pop up at anytime. One moment the sun is shining and we’re enjoying our day on the golf course or in the swimming pool and then the next moment we’re running for cover from a severe thunderstorm or other violent weather that’s crossing our path.

That’s why we wanted to pass along some information on what various weather threats and definitions mean, what to look for and what to do when an alert of bad weather is issued.

THUNDER AND LIGHTNING STORMS

Facts About Lightning
• Lightning’s unpredictability increases the risk to individuals and property.
• Lightning often strikes outside of heavy rain and may occur as far as 10 miles away from any rainfall.
• “Heat lightning” is actually lightning from a thunderstorm too far away for thunder to be heard. However,
the storm may be moving in your direction!
• Most lightning deaths and injuries occur when people are caught outdoors in the summer months during
the afternoon and evening.
• Your chances of being struck by lightning are estimated to be 1 in 600,000, but could be reduced even
further by following safety precautions.
• Lightning strike victims carry no electrical charge and should be attended to immediately.

SAFETY TIPS
When there are signs of an approaching storm, signs of lightning or sounds of thunder , you must take
immediate cover.
If you are caught outdoors in an approaching storm, seek shelter in a building or a vehicle. The tires of the
vehicle make excellent protection from potential lightning strikes.

NEVER stand under trees. Lightning may strike the tree and travel across branches or ground to you.
NEVER stand near ponds, lakes, or any water source including on wet grass. The electricity from the storm is
attracted to these areas.

Facts About Thunderstorms
• They may occur singly, in clusters, or in lines.
• Some of the most severe occur when a single thunderstorm affects one location for an extended time.
• Thunderstorms typically produce heavy rain for a brief period, anywhere from 3 0 minutes to an hour.
• Warm, humid conditions are highly favorable for thunderstorm development.
About 10 percent of thunderstorms are classified as severe—one that produces hail at least three-quarters of
an inch in diameter, has winds of 58 miles per hour or higher, or produces a tornado

TORNADO’S

Tornado Watch
Tornado’s are possible. Remain alert for approaching storms. Watch the sky and stay tuned to NOAA
Weather Radio, commercial radio, or television for information.

Tornado Warning
A tornado has been sighted or indicated by weather radar. Take shelter immediately

Tornado’s are nature’s most violent storms. Spawned from powerful thunderstorms, tornadoes can cause
fatalities and devastate a neighborhood in seconds. A tornado appears as a rotating, funnel-shaped cloud
that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground with whirling winds that can reach 300 miles per hour.
Damage paths can be in excess of one mile wide and 50 miles long. Every state is at some risk from this
hazard.
Some tornado’s are clearly visible, while rain or nearby low-hanging clouds obscure others. Occasionally,
tornado’s develop so rapidly that little, if any, advance warning is possible.
Before a tornado hits, the wind may die down and the air may become very still. A cloud of debris can mark
the location of a tornado even if a funnel is not visible. Tornadoes generally occur near the trailing edge of a
thunderstorm. It is not uncommon to see clear, sunlit skies behind a tornado.

The following are facts about tornadoes:
• They may strike quickly, with little or no warning.
• They may appear nearly transparent until dust and debris are picked up or a cloud forms in the funnel.
• The average tornado moves Southwest to Northeast, but tornadoes have been known to move in any
direction.
• The average forward speed of a tornado is 30 MPH, but may vary from stationary to 70 MPH.
• Tornadoes can accompany tropical storms and hurricanes as they move onto land.
• Waterspouts are tornadoes that form over water.
• Tornadoes are most frequently reported east of the Rocky Mountains during spring and summer
months.
• Peak tornado season in the southern states is March through May; in the northern states, it is late
spring through early summer.
• Tornadoes are most likely to occur between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., but can occur at any time.
• Listen to NOAA Weather Radio or to commercial radio or television newscasts for the latest information.
• Look for approaching storms
• Look for the following danger signs:
o Dark, often greenish sky
o Large hail
o A large, dark, low-lying cloud (particularly if rotating)
o Loud roar, similar to a freight train.

SAFETY TIPS

If you are in a structure; house, school, office building etc:
Go to a pre-designated shelter area such as a safe room, basement, storm cellar, or the lowest building level.
If there is no basement, go to the center of an interior room on the lowest level (closet, interior hallway) away
from corners, windows, doors, and outside walls. Put as many walls as possible between you and the outside.
Get under a sturdy table and use your arms to protect your head and neck. Do not open windows

If you’re in a trailer, mobile home or a vehicle:
Get out immediately and go to the lowest floor of a sturdy, nearby building or a storm shelter. Mobile homes,
even if tied down, offer little protection from tornadoes.

If you are outside with no shelter available:
Lie flat in a nearby ditch or depression and cover your head with your hands. Be aware of the potential for
flooding.

Do not get under an overpass or bridge. You are safer in a low, flat location.

Never try to outrun a tornado in urban or congested areas in a car or truck. Instead, leave the vehicle
immediately for safe shelter.

Watch out for flying debris. Flying debris from tornadoes causes most fatalities and injuries.

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Monroe NC May 1 2009
By: Toni Anthony-Staff
Law enforcement agencies in Union County reported a large number of arrests during the past week.

Local police and county deputies made over 100 arrests including the capture of a murder suspect wanted in New Jersey and several people charged with violent crimes including kidnapping, robbery, and sexual assaults.

MAJOR ARREST LOG

MARSHVILLE POLICE
5/06/2009 00:06 DESMANN JAMALE DRIFFIN
Charge: POSSESS COCAINE FEL 622 JONES ST

05/07/2009 00:20 JAMES MICHAEL SHEPPARD
Charge: MANUFACTURING SCHED VI 3240 HASTY RD

05/09/2009 14:55 JERRY WAYNE KELLER
Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE 111 RIDGE RUN

05/09/2009 20:27 RACHEL ANN GORDY
Charge: CHILD ABUSE – MISD 309 WEST MAIN STREET

MARVIN POLICE/UCSO
05/06/2009 17:07 JORDAN MICHAEL MUSE
Charge: RAPE-2ND DEGREE 1516 WAR ADMIRAL LN

STALLINGS POLICE
05/06/2009 19:00 ANTHONY JOHN SWETT
Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE 1124 LAKEWOOD DR

0 05/09/2009 16:29 LEONARD TOWER
Charge: ASSAULT AND BATTERY 404 WHITE OAK LANE

WAXHAW POLICE
05/10/2009 00:48 MICHAEL DAVID HARRELSON
Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-FELONY 5415 NICOLE DR

WEDDINGTON
05/09/2009 06:14 GALEN AXL SANDERSON
Charge: BEL OF MOTOR VEHICLE 9020 RANCH VIEW CT

MONROE POLICE
ARREST LOG 5/11/2009

05/06/2009 00:39 RICHARD WAYNE KANNADY
Charge: WRIT(FELONY PROBATION VIOLATION) 3344 PRESSON RD

05/06/2009 03:30 MICHAEL SHANTAY BLOUNT
Charge: P/W/I/S/D COCAINE 3315 MORGAN MILL RD

05/06/2009 04:25 MANUEL GREGORY RUSHING
Charge: WRIT(B&E MOTOR VEHICAL) 3344 PRESSON RD

05/06/2009 09:14 LORRAINE DENISE MONTGOMERY
Charge: FAIL TO APPEAR/COMPL 103 WOODLAND LANE

05/06/2009 10:20 JEREMY BERNARD BLIVENS
Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION 400 N MAIN ST

05/06/2009 10:43 ADAM JOHN PETRUCCI
Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE UNION CO COURT HOUSE

05/06/2009 11:30 ERICA DENISE CROWELL
Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION 400 N MAIN ST

05/06/2009 12:40 HAROLD WYMANN HORNADAY
Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION 400 N MAIN ST

05/06/2009 13:27 MICHAEL WAYNE HAROLD HAMILTON
Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR 2115 W ROOSEVELT BLVD

05/06/2009 13:27 STEVEN BLAKE HELMS
Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR 2115 W ROOSEVELT BLVD

05/06/2009 15:00 PHYLLIS LAVONNE LITTLE
Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION 400 N MAIN ST

05/06/2009 16:39 AMISHA NAAJEE POLK
Charge: SIMPLE ASSAULT 218 E FRANKLIN ST

05/06/2009 16:40 RAYSHON JEVOR DUNCAN
Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-FELONY 1217 E SUNSET DR

05/06/2009 16:50 ROBBIE RAKIM HARRIS
Charge: CONTEMPT OF COURT 400 N MAIN ST

05/06/2009 16:53 MARIE JONES KATRISE
Charge: LARCENY-FELONY 3344 PRESSON RD

05/06/2009 17:00 CLYDE BERNARD LOTHARP
Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION 400 N MAIN ST

05/06/2009 18:20 CHRISTOPHER MARQUVIUS COFFEY
Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-FELONY 810 HELMS SHORTCUT

05/07/2009 03:51 MARCUS JEROME REID
Charge: FAIL TO APPEAR/COMPL 3344 PRESSON RD

05/07/2009 09:51 SOCORRO GARCES JIMENEZ
Charge: OBTAINING PROPERTY BY FALSE PRETENSES 701 INDUSTRIAL DR

05/07/2009 11:15 LESLIE LEE THOMPSON
Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION 303 OLD PAGELAND MONROE RD

05/07/2009 11:46 JEREMY DALLAS LANEY
Charge: POSSESS STOLEN GOODS 6506 PLYLER MILL RD

05/07/2009 12:50 WILSON LEE STAFFORD
Charge: AFFRAY 101 ICEMAN ST

05/07/2009 12:55 JACKIE SANDERS
Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION 400 N MAIN ST

05/07/2009 15:04 ROGER DALE STRAWN
Charge: DWI – PROVISIONAL LICENSE POPE ST

05/07/2009 16:36 JIMMY JEROME ALLEN
Charge: KIDNAPPING 606 CASTLE RD

05/07/2009 19:07 KATHY MAE CHAMBERS
Charge: FORGERY OF BANK NOTES/CHECKS 614 MAURICE ST

05/07/2009 20:03 JAMIE LEE CLYBURN
Charge: ASSAULT LEO/INFLIC INJURY 3344 PRESSON RD

05/08/2009 10:00 JAMES DARREN SAMPSON
Charge: FUGITIVE 2714 NOTTINGHAM LN

05/08/2009 10:00 TINA WARD AYCOTH
Charge: PROBATION VIOLATION 400 N MAIN ST

05/08/2009 11:45 TIMOTHY STRATTON SUMMERS
Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-FELONY 3344 PRESSON RD

05/08/2009 16:45 ROMAN CALLEJAS SILVESTRE
Charge: LARCENY BY EMPLOYEES 528 MORGAN MILL RD

05/08/2009 19:15 RIGOBERTO SANDOVAL CHAVEZ
Charge: TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE 109 MAPLE HILL RD

05/08/2009 19:15 JOSE ANTEMIO CHAVEZ
Charge: TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE 109 MAPLE HILL RD

05/08/2009 19:30 KENNETH VERNARD JORDAN
Charge: FAIL TO APPEAR/COMPL – DWI STAFFORD ST

05/08/2009 19:48 JERRY CORNICE ALLEN
Charge: ASSAULT BY STRANGULATION 88-3 E SUNSET DRIVE

05/08/2009 22:00 DEMARIO LAMAR ALLEN
Charge: ROBBERY WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON 3344 PRESSON RD

05/09/2009 00:59 RONNIE ALEXANDER REID
Charge: RESIST, DELAY, OBSTRUCT 1010 LASALLE ST

05/09/2009 00:59 SHAWN BERNARD LITTLE
Charge: POSSESS MARIJUANA MISD 1010 LASALLE ST

05/09/2009 01:43 ISAAC IZAIL LONG
Charge: POSSESSION OF FIREARM BY FELON 1101 LASALLE ST

05/09/2009 06:30 LEON MARCOS LOPEZ
Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE 406 VALLEY ST

05/09/2009 14:28 DARRELL STACEY HEATH
Charge: RESIST, DELAY, OBSTRUCT 404 RICHARDSON ST

05/09/2009 18:14 KELLY DEXTER WILSON
Charge: BREAKING/ENTERING-MISD 1828 WILLIAMS ROAD

05/09/2009 20:20 SOPHIA JONES
Charge: FTA (WORTHLESS CHECK) CHARLOTTE AVE

05/09/2009 23:17 BOBBY CORNELIUS MIRANDA
Charge: SIMPLE ASSAULT 1312 MINESHAFT DRIVE

05/10/2009 04:00 MARCUS SCOTT RUSHING
Charge: ROBBERY WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON 3006 CHARLOTTE AVE

05/10/2009 11:44 JORDAN LEE SHOULTES
Charge: ASSAULT ON FEMALE 2312 FORBES LN

05/10/2009 12:12 LAURA ANN STAFFORD
Charge: AWDW W/ KNIFE 330 EAST WINDSOR ST

05/10/2009 18:19 ERIC MATTHEW TARLTON
Charge: POSSESS MARIJUANA MISD 599 N ROCKY RIVER RD/WOLFE MILL ST
05/10/2009 20:36 JOSHUA BURRELL
Charge: AFFRAY 1902 WALKUP ROAD

05/10/2009 20:50 DAVID SCOTT WHITE
Charge: AFFRAY 1902 WALKUP AV

05/10/2009 20:50 DONALD SCOTT WHITE
Charge: AFFRAY 1902 WALKUP AV

05/10/2009 20:50 CHRISTOPHER JAMES WHITE
Charge: AFFRAY 1902 WALKUP AVENUE

05/10/2009 21:30 STEVEN LAMONT KNOTTS
Charge: KIDNAPPING 600 HOSPITAL DR

05/10/2009 21:53 JOHN JUNIOR BENNETT
Charge: RESIST, DELAY, OBSTRUCT 1700 ICEMORELEE STREET

DUI ARRESTS
Sheriff’s Dept.

 05/09/2009 02:50 ALEXANDRA LEIGH ROSENTHAL
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED 13866 E INDEPENDENCE BLVD

MONROE POLICE DUI ARRESTS
05/07/2009 10:30 IGOR SAMBUK
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED 74/SUTHERLAND

05/08/2009 02:23 CHRISTINA RENEE COOK
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED HWY 601

05/08/2009 05:15 LUDIS E SOSA
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED 3005 QUEENSDALE DR

05/09/2009 02:32 KRISTEN ELAINE CUMMINS
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED HWY 601

05/09/2009 02:55 JULIO CESAR ESPINOZA
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED LANCASTER AVENUE

05/09/2009 03:30 SAUL OSORIO
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED WINCHESTER AVE

05/10/2009 02:00 JUAN REYES DOMINGUEZ
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED 3344 PRESSON ROAD

05/10/2009 03:38 AUSTIN EDWARD PRITT
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED HWY 601

05/10/2009 04:30 WILLIAM RAYMOND SANDERS
Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED LANCASTER AVE

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Waxhaw NC May 12 2009harrelson

Police were called to the area of 5415 Nicole Drive in Waxhaw Saturday afternoon regarding a suspect involved in a burglary.

Police and sheriff deputies responded and upon arrival the suspect had fled into the woods nearby.

A Union County sheriff K-9 unit was called but did not locate the suspect.

At around 00:48 Sunday morning police located the wanted suspect identified as Michael David Harrelson and was able to take him into custody.

Harrelson is charged with :

BREAKING/ENTERING

 LARCENY

INJURY TO REAL PROPERTY

Harrelson was booked into the county jail and is being held on a $7500.00 bond pending trial.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monroe NC May 10 2009

10:00 P.M.

Monroe Police are on the scene of a homicide investigation at 1507 Iceman St. Monroe.

Police were called to the area to investigate gunshots and found a person in the rear of the address with gunshot wounds. Monroe Fire and Union County EMS responded but the person was deceased at the scene.

Numerous law enforcement officers and homicide investigators are on scene and police are looking for several hispanic suspects who may have fled in a dark colored Nissan Pathfinder and a Yukon SUV.

We will update this broadcast as information becomes available.

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Monroe NC May 9 2009Mug

By: Rick McCann

Federal marshals acting on a tip arrested a 21-year-old man wanted in the shooting death of a Camden New Jersey resident .

Police said that James Darren Sampson of Williamstown New Jersey was charged with murder in the death of 18-year-old Sergio Rivera on Easter.

Sampson had been sought by authorities since shortly after the killing, and marshals arrested him about 10:30 a.m. Friday at 2714 Nottingham Lane Monroe, N.C. His extradition to New Jersey is pending, according to the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office.

Sampson and Rivera were at a party at the Wayne Bryant Community Center on the night of April 12. Though the event was described as a birthday party, authorities said it was a celebration of someone’s release from prison. Sampson was taking entrance fees at the door, the Prosecutor’s Office said.

Sampson was one of several men who got into a fight with Rivera, who authorities said threw a trash can at Sampson. That led Sampson to draw a gun and fire two shots, one of which may have struck Rivera, officials said.

The brawl moved outside to the front of the building, where police said Sampson again shot Rivera and fled.

The shooting has led Lawnside officials to reconsider the center’s security policies. All rental events and private parties are canceled for the time being, and borough officials are evaluating how they might make the center safer.

Sampson is being held at the Union County jail without bond pending his extradition.

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Monroe NC May 7 2009

The following serious offense arrests have been made during the past week in Union County North Carolina.

 All those arrested are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

 

 JOSHUA SHANE REYNOLDS

Charge: ROBBERY WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON  6501 OLD MONROE RD 

RONALD ALAN COOK

Charge: ROBBERY WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON  5106 DARBY DR 

 

TIMOTHY ELVIN

Charge: ROBBERY WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON

 05/01/2009 07:47 ROY WYNN SIMS

Charge: KIDNAPPING  at 4836 WINDING LN WESLEY CHAPEL

 05/01/2009 00:20 ZAKARIA TUTAH

Charge: STATUTORY RAPE / SEX OFFENSE 13-15 YR OLD VICTIM

 

05/01/2009 LOWELL PHILIP IVEY

Charge: POSSESS SCHED II 3620 ANDREW JACKSON DR

 

Waxhaw DUI Arrests

 MANUEL CEBALLOS BASIO

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  KINGSTON DR 

 05/03/2009 00:56  JONATHAN DILLON GAY

Charge: DWI – PROVISIONAL LICENSE 

 

Stallings DUI Arrests

05/02/2009  JAMA LEVONE WRIGHT

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  STALLINGS RD

 

Monroe Police DUI Arrests

05/01/2009 01:00 Arrest Arrestee: DANNY LEE FAILE

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  US 74 AND NC 200

  05/02/2009 02:50  CORY LAMONT HAM

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  2499 W UNIONVILLE INDIAN TRAIL RD/N ROCKY RIVER

 05/02/2009 03:08  KENNETH ANTWONE HOWARD

Charge: HABITUAL DWI  MEDLIN RD 

 05/02/2009 03:24  05/02/2009 03:24   EUGENE PERRY ISSAC

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  MEDLIN RD

 05/03/2009 04:15   TONY TERREL DAVIS

Charge: DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED  NELDA DR

 

 MONROE SERIOUS OFFENSE ARRESTS 

01/2009 03:41 Arrest  JOSHUA EUGENE CALDWELL

Charge: POSSESS/RECEIVE STOLEN MV  600 HOSPITAL DR 

JAMES ALLEN ROBINSON

Charge: KIDNAPPING  MORGAN MILL RD/W ROOSEVELT BLVD

 05/01/2009 14:00  KEITH LINELL IVEY

Charge: POSSESS STOLEN GOODS   2005 FIELDRIDGE LN

 05/01/2009 17:36 SAYBEL M BENNETT

Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR  WALMART 

 TEAIRA L MARSH

Charge: LARCENY-MISDEMEANOR  WALMART

 05/02/2009 01:52 DELORES SUE MORALES

Charge: POSSESS COCAINE MISD  180 WESTGATE CIRCLE 

 ANDRES MARTINEZ

Charge: POSSESS COCAINE FEL  2705 WALKUP AV

 05/02/2009 18:06 MARK FITZGERALD  CHAMBERS

Charge: ASSAULT INFLICTING SERIOUS INJURY  HWY74

 05/04/2009 07:00 ROCHELLE LENORE NEWBERRY

Charge: UNAUTHORIZED USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE  7217 S ROCKY RIVER RD

05/04/2009 MELISSA MUSTAFA SANTIAGO

Charge: FINANCIAL IDENTITY FRAUD  500 NORTH MAIN STREET

 

 05/2009 21:22 AMBER WHITNEY WARCUP

Charge: LARCENY BY EMPLOYEES  3001 W HWY 74

05/05/2009 12:05 ALICE RENEE MAYNOR

Charge: OBTAIN CS BY FRAUD/FORGERY  400 N MAIN ST

05/2009 14:15 RICHARD HENRY BROWNING

Charge: SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF A MINOR – 2ND DEG  2411 WAXHAW HWY

 5/06/2009 00:39 RICHARD WAYNE KANNADY

Charge: WRIT(FELONY PROBATION VIOLATION)  3344 PRESSON RD

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238681_gMonroe NC May 2 2009

A police officer on routine patrol spotted a possible suspect who was wanted in an earlier assault and tried to stop him but the man fled on a bycycle. Police pursued the person in and out of several streets as more police units closed in on the area and officers were able to capture the man.

After an investigation, officers determined that the man, Jarvis Jerome McClain, 27 of Monroe was not the assault suspect but police arrested him and charged him with resisting, delay and obstruction of a law enforcement officer.

McCalin was booked into the county jail and was being held pending a bond release.

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eaaa5b6577f347c2Monroe NC May 2 2009

Monroe Police Department to Conduct an “Active Shooter” Training Exercise at Monroe Mall.

The Monroe Mall will play host to local emergency responders in Monroe, NC on Sunday, May 3, 2009 at 7:00pm. The Monroe Police Department will stage an active shooter training exercise at Monroe Mall on Sunday, May 3rd. This exercise will include participants from all local emergency responding agencies including Monroe Fire Department, EMS, Union County Sheriff’s Department, Andrews International Security and Union County Red Cross.

This training exercise will be conducted as a “real life scenario” in order to offer local agencies the opportunity to work together in response to an emergency situation that could arise in any environment. “In light of recent events around the country we feel this exercise is more important than ever”, according to Sgt. Rhett Bolen of the Monroe Police Department.

“This training opportunity will benefit all of our local agencies as to how to respond to multiple situations that could occur”.

“Since we are one of the largest public venues in Monroe we were pleased to offer our facilities to our local agencies in order to allow them a chance to train their team members”, Caroline Adams director of marketing for Monroe Mall, “we feel a commitment to our community, and want to do what we can to assist local agencies whenever we can”.

The exercise is set to begin at 7:00pm on Sunday, May 3, 2009 and is expected to last until 9:00pm. During the training exercise no one will be allowed inside the center, however the media is invited to attend and will be allowed access to the center for photographs and video just prior to and following the drill. We also will have representatives from all agencies available for comment and discussion.

If you have any questions regarding this training exercise please call or email Caroline Adams at 704.289.6547 x24 or cadams@mmrs.com or Sgt. Rhett Bolen at 704.282.4691 or wbolen@monroenc.org.

Monroe Mall is a 350,000sf regional mall located of Hwy 74 at 2115 W. Roosevelt Blvd. Mall stores include Belk, JC Penney, Sears, Bath and Body Works, GameStop and other national and regional merchants; it is owned and operated by Madison Marquette Retail Services.

Madison Marquette is a Washington, D.C.-based investor, developer and operator of retail and retail mixed-use real estate throughout the United States. The company specializes in creating unique retail destinations that respond best to consumer preferences. With regional offices in Fort Lauderdale, Philadelphia, New York, Charlotte, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and San Diego, Madison Marquette seeks investment opportunities in growing markets. The company maintains a sophisticated in-house operating capability and oversees 23 million square feet of retail real estate. This diverse national portfolio includes many properties that Madison Marquette manages and leases on behalf of third-party owners. For more information about Madison Marquette, please visit http://www.madisonmarquette.com.

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