HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Police Department reported the following charges, including places and dates of arrest or citation, July 30 to Aug. 5:

• Gyorgy Vandor, 38, assault on a female and assault by strangulation inflicting serious injury, 100 Gilead Road, July 31

• Connors Barnes, 58, assault on a female by a male and possession of a firearm by convicted felon, 16825 Caldwell Creek Drive, Aug. 3

• Justin Richard Dunn, 31, larceny by an employee – embezzlement, 9801 Sam Furr Road, Aug. 4

• Michael David Center, 36, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of heroin and simple possession of a controlled substance, 11600 Sam Furr Road, Aug. 4

• Raphael Outta Ouattara, 70, driving while impaired, 10060 Eastfield Road, Aug. 6

CORNELIUS – The Cornelius Police Department reported the following charges, including places and dates of arrest or citation, July 24-30:

• Brian Keith Alsup, 31, second-degree trespassing, 19521 Liverpool Pkwy., July 24

• John Patrick Slater, 20, felony larceny, 19921 Zion Ave., July 25

• Delanio Lovell Morris, 31, possession of a firearm by a felon, 19416 Smithville Lane, July 25

• Luis Manuel Balderrama, 24, possession of marijuana paraphernalia,18615 Statesville Road, July 26

• Marquel Antonio Robinson, 33, driving while license is revoked and possession of stolen goods, 18615 Statesville Road, July 26

• Scott Leazer Williams, 46, driving while impaired, 21126 Catawba Ave., July 27

• Norris Rees Woody, 62, driving while impaired, West Catawba Avenue at Nautical Drive, July 27

• Taylor Brooke Boland, 20, larceny and shoplifting or concealment of goods, 19424 Center St., July 27

• Melanie Jayne Oliver, 38, speeding, GL Blakely Shores Drive, July 29

• Noah James McClaskey, 21, two counts of second-degree trespassing and assault on a government official, 17534 Paradise Cove Court, July 30

• Jason Dale Maxwell, 32, driving while impaired – level 5 and violation of court order, 19128 W. Catawba Ave., July 30

DAVIDSON – The Davidson Police Department did not submit crime reports for July 30 to Aug. 5 before the press deadline.

HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Police Department responded to the following calls for service, including date of the report, July 30 to Aug. 5:

Break-ins

• 13300 block of Crystal Springs Drive, Aug. 4

• 11900 block of Verhoeff Drive, Aug. 5

Vehicle break-ins

• 10600 block of Bryton Corporate Center Drive, Aug. 3

• 16000 block of Loch Raven Road, Aug. 4

• 16800 block of Statesville Road, Aug. 4

• 11900 block of Cupworth Court, Aug. 5

• 12100 block of Ulsten Lane, Aug. 5

Thefts

• 10300 block of Mt. Holly-Huntersville Road, July 30

• 7000 block of Carrington Pointe Drive, Aug. 1

• 16400 block of Holly Crest Lane, Aug. 1

• 14900 block of N.C. 73, Aug. 1

• 17100 block of Hampton Trace Road, Aug. 2

• 15300 block of Beatties Ford Road, Aug. 5

• 11100 block of Bryton Town Center Drive, Aug. 5

• 14400 block of New Haven Road, Aug. 5

Vandalism

• 9300 block of Brown Gelly Drive, Aug. 1

• 800 block of Neck Road, Aug. 4

CORNELIUS – The Cornelius Police Department responded to the following calls for service, including date of the report, July 24-30:

Break-ins

• 16400 block of Sedgebrook Lane, July 29

• 7600 block of Vistaview Dive, July 29

• 7600 block of Dunsmuir Court, July 29

• 7600 block of Dunsmuir Court, July 29

• 7600 block of Mariner Cove Drive, July 30

Thefts

• 20100 block of North Main Street, July 24

• 20300 block of North Main Street, July 26

• 20000 block of West Catawba Avenue, July 28

Vandalism

• 190000 West Catawba Avenue, July 28

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