HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Police Department reported the following charges, including places and dates of arrest or citation, Dec. 29 to Jan. 7: 

• Jorge Danilo Silva, 36, driving while impaired, 15203 Statesville Road, Dec. 29

• Jameil Maleek Massey, 18, assault and battery, 10621 Bryton Corporate Center Drive, Dec. 29

• Deana Shonta Byers, 41, simple worthless checks, 16709 Red Cliff Drive, Dec. 29

• Garrett Charles Natalello, 28, driving while impaired, 7618 Gilead Road, Dec. 30

• Amy Winslow Cuttino, 45, assault and battery, domestic criminal trespassing and making a harassing phone call, Edinburgh Avenue, Dec. 30

• Sam Kim Young, 54, assault on a female by a male and interfering with emergency equipment, Emerald Wood Drive, Dec. 30

• Amber Marie Spiezio, 31, simple assault, Statesville Road, Jan. 1

• Alyssa Marie Griffis, 24, extradition or fugitive from another state, Statesville Road, Jan. 1

• Emma Neeley Choate, 65, felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana less than 1/2 ounce, Interstate 77 at Sam Furr Road, Jan. 1

• Hope Brown Parks, 48, assault and battery, Red Cliff Drive, Jan. 1

• Quinton Nathan Johnson, 27, driving while impaired, 9101 Sam Furr Road, Jan. 1 

• Sammie Lee-Augast Tate, 50, extradition or fugitive from another state, Statesville Road, Jan. 3

• Keion Waheed Crawford, 19, larceny by an employee, 4505 Hylas Lane, Jan. 4

• Matthew Donnell Medley, 22, aiding and abetting larceny, driving while license is revoked, felony conspiracy, larceny of property or goods valued less than $1,000, larceny of property or goods valued more than $1,000, misdemeanor conspiracy and resisting or delaying a public officer, 10621 Bryton Corporate Center Drive, Jan. 5

• Hakeem Jamal Williams, 28, assault on a female, Old Statesville Road, Jan. 6

• Terrell Devon Freeman, 31, attempting to obtain property by false pretenses, possession of false driver’s license, present during commission of felony, identity theft, possession of a stolen motor vehicle and resisting or delaying a public officer, Blue Lilac Lane, Jan. 6

 

CORNELIUS – The Cornelius Police Department reported the following charges, including places and dates of arrest or citation, Dec. 26 to Jan. 1:

• Amber Lee Cole, 28, child abuse, 19301 Meridian St., Dec. 29

• Jasmine Faye Stewart, 30, failure to comply, 16830 Statesville Road, Jan. 1

 

DAVIDSON – The Davidson Police Department reported the following charges, including places and dates of arrest or citation, Jan. 1-7:

• David Tedman Caldwell, 48, order for arrest for driving while license is revoked, Griffith Street, Jan. 3

• Turmaine Thorne, 29, breaking and entering and resisting or delaying an officer, Concord Road, Jan. 5

• Taqiyah Camyah Barber, 34, breaking and entering and resisting or delaying an officer, Concord Road, Jan. 5

 

HUNTERSVILLE – The Huntersville Police Department responded to the following calls for service, including date of the report, Dec. 30 to Jan. 7:

Break-ins

• 100 block of Holbrooks Street, Jan. 2

• 15300 block of Rush Lake Lane, Jan. 3

Vehicle break-ins

• 9700 block of Kincey Avenue, Jan. 2

• 13700 block of Reese Boulevard, Jan. 2

Thefts

• 10500 block of Hambright Road, Dec. 31

• 9800 block of Sam Furr Road, Dec. 31

• 12800 block of Heritage Vista Drive, Jan. 2

• 4500 block of Hylas Lane, Jan. 4

• 9700 block of Sam Furr Road, Jan. 4

• 11100 block of Bryton Town Center Drive, Jan. 4

• 16900 block of Monocacy Lane, Jan. 4

• 16900 block of Monocacy Lane, Jan. 4

• 11100 block of Bryton Town Center Drive, Jan. 4

• 11600 block of Pontiac Place, Jan. 5

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

• 11100 block of Bryton Town Center Drive, Jan. 6

• 11100 block of Bryton Town Center Drive, Jan. 7

Vandalism

• 16800 block of Birkdale Commons Parkway, Jan. 1

• 14200 block of Market Square Drive, Jan. 3

 

CORNELIUS – The Cornelius Police Department responded to the following calls for service, Dec. 26 to Jan. 1:

Vehicle break-in

• 19900 block of Holiday Lane, Dec. 31

 

DAVIDSON – The Davidson Police Department responded to the following calls for service, including date of the report, Jan. 1-7:

Break-ins

• Davidson Gateway Drive, Jan. 2

• Concord Road, Jan. 4

Vandalism

• South Main Street, Jan. 5

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