First in a Series: “Don’t Blame Us, Fibrant Got Done in by a Suprise Recession”

July 24, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer, Salisbury Attorney, and Candidate for Salisbury City Council ♦ The city newsletter began a series focused on Fibrant this past Sunday written by Josh Bergeron. The first installment centers on the the decision by Mayor Susan Kluttz, and council members Bill Burgin, Mark Lewis, and  Pete Kennedy to borrow well over $33,000,000 dollars in 2008 to build the […]

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Houston Mccarn and Amber Scarborough Charged with First Degree Murder for an Alleged 2016 Blunt Force Infant Killing in Rockwell

July 23, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ According to Rowan County Sheriff’s Office sources Houston Ray Mccarn, 20, living at a Howard Johnson motel in Concord, was arrested Saturday and his ex-girlfriend Amber Lane Scarborough, 18, staying on Lower Stone Church Road in Rockwell, was arrested Friday both for the alleged blunt force murder of their 8-week old infant son […]

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Kenny Hardin, Salisbury City Councilman: “Why I’m Seeking Re-Election and the Mayor’s Office”

July 23, 2017

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Kenny Hardin, Salisbury City Councilman and Mayoral Candidate After initially deciding not to run again, I’m seeking re-election to the Salisbury City Council with the goal of winning the Mayor’s seat in the upcoming November 2017 election. My original decision to not run was based on that I’ve been serving my community for nearly 30 […]

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Salisbury: Burglary Turns into a Shooting Thursday Morning on Fairmont Avenue. Burglar Scores $200 in Cash

July 23, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Thaddius Rhames, 47, living at 938 Fairmont Avenue, was the victim of an “assault-gun” and a “burglary-forcible entry” at his home on Thursday.  The crime was reported to 911 dispatch at 12:47 a.m.  The burglar (a stranger) broke into home through a window (damage estimated at $100).  $200 in cash was stolen […]

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Downtown Salisbury Hit by a Rash of Counterfeit Money at South Main Books, Critters, and Stichin’ Post Gifts. How to Spot Counterfeit

July 22, 2017

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RFP Staff/Marketwatch.com/wikihow.com ♦ In an area already suffering from blight, an army of vacant store fronts, a lack of foot and vehicular traffic, musical chair retailers and restaurants that open and close within a year, violent crime, vandalism, exorbitant municipal service district taxes to support a former flophouse not opened since 1963, aggressive panhandlers, triple-net leases, and a […]

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Salisbury: Trio Busted Thursday by Probation Office and Salisbury Police in Alleged Large Scale Drug Haul on Pine Street

July 21, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ According to Salisbury Police sources a probation officer made a surprise home visit on Thursday evening to 806 Pine Street in Salisbury and hit the jackpot where a pair of probationers lived: Sebastian Lamon Rankin, 31, and Dichris Terrell Wood, 29.  Wood’s friend Kennedy Brooke Campbell, 21, living on Brantley Road, Kannapolis, was also on hand […]

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Salisbury: Samuel Lee White Arrested Thursday for Allegedly Shooting Kenneth Durant White on Carpenters Circle Back on June 25th

July 21, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Samuel Lee White, 36, was arrested at his home on 839 Carpenters Circle on Thursday at 1:49 p.m. for allegedly shooting Kenneth Durant White, 33, living at 822 Carpenters Circle during a gunfight over loud music in the wee hours of Sunday morning June 25th.  Kenneth Durant White was struck by a […]

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Salisbury: Jerry Hawthorne Busted Wednesday Afternoon at Sheetz on S. Jake Alexander Blvd. for Alleged Drug and Firearm Charges

July 20, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Jerry Lorenzo Hawthorne, 35, a felon living on 205 Ferndale Drive, was arrested Wednesday afternoon during an undercover operation conducted in Sheetz’s parking lot at 1520 S. Jake Alexander Blvd.  Hawthorne, over a period of time, had allegedly participated in a number of undercover sales. Hawthorne, long associated with Guilford crime, moved into to Salisbury’s […]

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Salisbury: Shawnta Tracey Shot During an Early Wednesday Morning Armed Robbery on Old Plank Road. Victim Transported to Hospital

July 19, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Shawnta O’Neil Tracey, 45, living at 1213 Old Plank Road in Salisbury, was the victim of “robbery-firearm” and “assault-gun” at his home early Wednesday morning. Tracey suffered major injuries and was transported to Novant Health Rowan Medical Center.  The extent of his injuries are not known at this time […]

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Salisbury: Man Knifed Monday Night at a Mahaley Avenue Apartment Complex. // Armed Robbery Tuesday Afternoon on North Long Street

July 19, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Violent Crime appears to be on the rise again in the 9th ranked most dangerous city in North Carolina.  Folks still fear diming out their assailants because they fear retaliation and even if the perpetrator is arrested, how long will it take before they bond out of the overcrowded Rowan County Detention Center? Salisbury […]

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Salisbury Mayoral Candidate Kenny Hardin Asks: “Why is Salisbury Participating in Another Lynching?”

July 19, 2017

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Kenny Hardin, Salisbury Mayoral Candidate 2017 ♦ I received several phone calls from concerned citizens last weekend. They shared their displeasure with a proposed commemoration ceremony scheduled for next month here in Salisbury. When I heard the details of what the ceremony was about, I could hardly contain my shock and disgust that anyone would […]

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Todd Paris on Why He Filed to Be a Candidate for Salisbury City Council in the Upcoming November 2017 Election

July 18, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer, Salisbury Attorney, and Candidate for Salisbury City Council ♦ I filed for Salisbury City Council today. I thought long and hard about this decision. Campaigning is time consuming and I was very successful since 2015 in prodding city council through writing in Rowan Free Press and speaking out publically on policy and budget changes included, […]

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Salisbury: Suspects and Blue Jeep SUV Sought in Sunday Night’s Armed Robbery and Kidnapping at Salisbury’s Walmart Super Center

July 18, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Jacob Kaiser, 23, of Ted Lane in Salisbury, Tanner Watson, 20, of W. Main Street in Rockwell, and the Walmart Super Center at 323 S. Arlington Street, Salisbury were victims on Sunday of “robbery-firearm”, “all other kidnapping”, “larceny-shop lifting”, and “all other tresspass”. The crimes were reported to 911 dispatch […]

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Salisbury: Tazman Jamal Stockdale was Arrested Monday July 17th for the the February 17th 2017 Murder of Demario O’Brian Bost in Salisbury

July 17, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources reported that today on Monday July 17th, 2017 Salisbury Police investigators testified before the Rowan County Grand Jury, who returned a true bill for the 2nd degree murder of Tazman Jamal Stockdale, 27, living on Chesapeake Drive in Salisbury. Back on February 17th, 2017 the Salisbury responded to a […]

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Rowan County Commissioners Special Meeting and Public Hearing at 10 A.M. on Monday July 17th on the West Area Elementary School

July 17, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Rowan County Commissioners Special Meeting and Public Hearing at 10 A.M. on Monday July 17th on the Western Elementary School:

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Salisbury City Councilman Kenny Hardin on a Disrespectful Message Regarding a Meet and Greet Event for a City Council Candidate of Color

July 17, 2017

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Kenny Hardin, Salisbury City Councilman and Candidate for Salisbury Mayor (Reprinted with Permission) ♦ I received this disrespectful message from an email invite sent out for an upcoming meet and greet event for another City Council candidate of color. The event is being sponsored by local businessman Carl Repsher, who served previously as the Plant […]

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Salisbury: Bil’lizah Conner Arrested Saturday Morning for Allegedly Stabbing a Man on N. Ellis Street

July 17, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ According to Salisbury Police sources Bil’lizah Judea Conner, 16, a North Rowan High student, was arrested Saturday morning for allegedly stabbing Devonte Woods, 26, at an apartment on 530 N. Ellis Street in Salisbury.  A 911 dispatch went out at 10:58 p.m. and officers arrived a short time later.  They found an […]

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Former NBA Point Guard Delaney Rudd: Partners with North Carolina Connections Academy

July 16, 2017

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Nathan Currie, Superintendent at North Carolina Connections Academy KERNERSVILLE, NC— North Carolina Connections Academy the state’s newest virtual public school has just partnered with former NBA Point Guard Delaney Rudd. Delaney Rudd attended and played basketball at Wake Forest University from 1981 to 1985. He played in the NBA with the Utah Jazz, Portland Trailblazers, and […]

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Norman Beach Arrested Friday in Salisbury after Allegedly being Identified on Security Cam Video for a June Food Lion Felonius Beer Snatch

July 16, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ A contributor to the supermarkets like Food Lion, Harris Teeter, and major operations like Walmart’s high overhead is pilferage and maintaining store security especially in the light of all of Salisbury’s vast sea of vagrants, petty thieves, and veteran shoplifters who scamper out of stores mainly with meat, malt liquor, and beer.  Security camera videos have helped identify […]

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Salisbury: Mitsubishi Monteros SUV Torched Friday Morning on E. 16th Street by N. Main Street

July 15, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦  According to Salisbury Police sources Lisa Smith-Torrence, 44, living on Spring Hill Drive in Spencer, was the victim of an “Arson-Motor Vehicle” on Friday morning on the street in the 100 block of E. 16th Street near the intersection N. Main Street in Salisbury.  A stranger set Smith-Torrence’s 2001 Burgundy Mitsubushi Moneteros Sport SUV […]

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On Friday the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals Ruled 10 to 5 Against the Rowan County Commissioners “Praying in Jesus Name”. What’s Next?

July 15, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer and Salisbury Attorney ♦ In Richmond Virginia on Friday, 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 10-5 against Rowan County, NC and for the American Civil Liberties Union who were representing non-Christian residents who felt excluded by the prayers in Rowan County Commission meetings that specifically used phrases like “in Jesus name”. […]

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Salisbury: DuraFiber Technologies Set to Close Its Statesville Blvd Plant in September. 373 Jobs Lost Unless Facilities Change Hands

July 14, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ The Rowan Free Press Learned Thursday afternoon from DuraFiber Technologies (formerly known as Performance Fibers) employees that the Salisbury plant on 7401 Statesville Boulevard off of Hwy 70 W. faced closing in September along with two other DuraFiber Technologies facilities in Shelby, N.C. and Winnsboro, S.C.  The closing of the Salisbury plant […]

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Salisbury: Shooting into an Occupied Property on N. Lee Street Tuesday. Chevvy Trailblazer and an Exterior House Wall Damaged by Slugs

July 14, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Gunfire continues to be heard all over Salisbury especially in the evenings.  Muggings, burglaries, vandalisms, stolen vehicles, car break-ins, armed and strong arm robberies, retail pilferage, and expensive vandalisms continue to plague Salisbury with little let up. People in some neighborhoods still fear being seen as snitches because of the gang presence in their locales. A key driver […]

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Salisbury: Mortez Dujuan Millender Arrested Tuesday Night on N. Fulton Street for Allegedly Strangling a Woman into Unconsciousness

July 13, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Mortez Dujan Millender, 33, living at 619 N. Fulton Street in Salisbury, was arrested for allegedly strangling a woman into unconsciousness on Monday night at his home at 619 N. Fulton Street.  The alleged victim was Tiaya Tanisha Millender, 31, is said to be Millender’s sister from Woodstock, Georgia.  […]

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Rowan County: Man Shot by a Masked Man Wednesday Morning on Phillips Hollow Road in Western Rowan. Transported to the Hospital

July 12, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ According to sources in the Rowan County Sheriff’s office Ronald Wayne Freeze, 28, living at 125 Phillips Hollow Road in Mooresville in Western Rowan, was the victim of a shooting Wednesday morning.  911 dispatch received a call about a man being shot near the intersection of Phillips Hollow Road and Bradshaw Road.  Rowan County Sheriff’s […]

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Videos: Public Hearing on Salisbury’s Remedial Action Ordinance: Todd Paris–Carolyn Logan–Terry Francis at Salisbury City Council July 11th

July 12, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Videos: Public Hearing on Salisbury’s Remedial Action Ordinance–Todd Paris–Carolyn Logan–Terry Francis at Salisbury City Council July 11th, 2017: Todd Paris–Ways the Rental Remediation Program Can Go Wrong:

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Video: Carolyn Logan on Crime and City Council’s Ethics During Public Commentary at Salisbury’s City Council Meeting on July 11th, 2017

July 12, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Video: Carolyn Logan on Crime and City Council’s Ethics During Public Commentary at Salisbury’s City Council Meeting on July 11th, 2017:

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The Law of Unintended Consequences and Salisbury, N.C.’s Remedial Action Ordinance

July 11, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer and Salisbury Attorney ♦ I went to council tonight and spoke at the public hearing on this ordinance. I ran out of time to complete my comments. The RAP ordinance is designed simply at it’s most basic level to financially force landlords to evict persons from private property the Salisbury Police […]

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Salisbury: Shaquille Deandre Ijames, a Fugitive from Justice for Armed Robbery, Arrested Friday on E. Kerr Street in Salisbury’s Arts District

July 11, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Shaquille Deandre Ijames, 23, a fugitive from justice facing charges of robbery with firearms or other dangerous weapons (felony), assault by pointing a gun (misdemeanor), and fugitive from justice (felony) was arrested Friday at the Department of Corrections Probation and Parole Office at 122 E. Kerr Street in Salisbury’s […]

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Rowan County, N.C.’s List of Municipal Candidates for the November 2017 Election Updated Daily

July 11, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Rowan County, N.C.’s List of Municipal Candidates for the November 2017 Election Updated Daily:

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A Landlord’s Worst Nightmare: Salisbury’s Residential Remedial Action Plan Complete and Unabridged

July 10, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ A Landlord’s Worst Nightmare: Salisbury’s Residential Remedial Action Plan Complete and Unabridged:

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UPDATED! Salisbury: Two Men Shot Early Monday Morning on Pearl Street and Transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

July 10, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Donald Tiberio Armstrong, 36, of 331 Pearl Street in Salisbury and Damon Jermaine Blackwell, Jr., 18, of 1601 Mooresville Road in Salisbury were victims of “assault-gun” at 331 Pearl Street Monday morning. The crime was reported to 911 dispatch at 1:25 a.m. Both men sustained multiple gunshot […]

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Landlord Alert: Salisbury City Council Meets Tuesday. Council will Hold a Public Hearing and Adopt a Residential Remedial Action Plan

July 10, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer and Salisbury Attorney ♦ Salisbury City Council will meet Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at 5:00 P.M. to hold a public hearing and adopt an ordinance to enact their residential Remedial Action Plan. Readers will recall this is the old “run them out of town” ordinance that will permit Salisbury Police and the City […]

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Salisbury: VUE Coin Laundry on S. Fulton Juiced for $800 Friday // SUV Damaged by Mysterious Spent Projectile at Cloninger Ford on Jake

July 9, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Seldom does a day go by without vandals striking somewhere in Salisbury.  Up there with street assaults, women getting clobbered, cars getting broken into, burglaries, and a tidal wave of various misdemeanor and felonious crimes, vandalism is a heavy and very expensive hitter in this city.  Windows are broken by gunfire, gas pellets, rocks, […]

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Salisbury: Tobie Lowe Arrested Monday Morning on Roy Leazer Avenue for an Alleged Pocket Knife Assault on a Homeless Woman

July 8, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Tobie Lowe, 56, living at 560 Brenner Avenue, was arrested Monday at the Brenner Crossing Apartments, 610 Roy Leazer Avenue for allegedly assaulting Laura Schneider, 49, of the streets of Salisbury, with a pocket knife. Schneider was said to be acquainted with Lowe.  The assault allegedly took place earlier at Lowe’s […]

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N.C. RENTERS’ RIGHTS: Everything You Need to Know About Your Consumer Rights as a Tennant in Salisbury and Rowan County

July 7, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ We are assembling a treasure trove of current consumer information on North Carolina renters’ rights that apply to renters in Salisbury, Rowan County, and across North Carolina.  Tips on how to squash an illegal eviction or legally stretch an eviction out.  How to put the heat on slumlords and force them to make repairs, abate, and paint.  How […]

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Salisbury: Andra Black Tasered During Arrest Wednesday Morning on Second Street for Allegedly Assaulting a Policeman and Drug Charges

July 6, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Andra Lavar “Dray” Black, 35, 0f 2126 Airport Road was arrested Wednesday at 10:54 a.m in a parked car by 1708 2nd Street.  Black, who had 2 outstanding felony warrants for drug charges was spotted in the passenger seat.  When officers approached the vehicle, Black allegedly attempted to hide something […]

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Video: Rowan County Commission Meeting at 3 P.M. Wednesday July 5th, 2017

July 6, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Video: Rowan County Commission Meeting at 3 P.M. Wednesday July 5th, 2017:

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Combined Drug Investigation in Rowan County Arrests Trio in Salisbury and Rockwell

July 5, 2017

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RFP Staff According to Rowan County Sheriff’s Office and Salisbury Police sources Devin Allen Kelly, 24, of Old Concord Road in Salisbury, Randy Joseph Roseman, 61, (a founding Member of the Ghost Riders Motorcycle Club) and his wife Heather Marie Adkins, 44, both living at 370 Phaniels Church Road in Rockwell were targets of a combined […]

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Salisbury: Woman Strong Armed Robbed Sunday Morning on Mocksville Avenue for $50 and Her Boost Cellphone

July 5, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Salisbury Police sources report that Holly Christine Mundy, 31, living on Carolina Boulevard in Salisbury was the victim of a “robbery-strong arm no weapon” on 400 Mocksville Avenue Sunday morning.  The robber roughed up Mundy and forced her to give up $50 in cash and her Boost Cellphone (valued at $100).  Mundy sustained minor […]

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Xavier Haley, North Rowan Athlete, Arrested for an Alleged January Armed Robbery of a Papa John’s Delivery Driver in Downtown Salisbury

July 4, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Xavier Marquis Haley, 17, a North Rowan High football star living on Bonanaza Drive in Salisbury, was arrested Monday at 11:37 a.m. at 130 E. Liberty Street on a charge of “robbery- with firearms and other dangerous weapons” (felony) for the alleged January 29th armed robbery of a Papa John’s pizza deliveryman at 205 E. Council Street. Under […]

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Photo Gallery: The Faith 4th of July Parade and Celebration!

July 4, 2017

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RFP Staff/Photographers Todd Paris, Andrew Poston, Tabitha Rinehardt ♦ Photo Gallery: The Faith 4th of July Parade and Celebration!: Confederate Reenactors Fire Off a Volley for the Cheering Crowd in Faith, N.C. the Heartland of Southern Culture: The U.S. Armed Forces and Veterans Groups were Well Represented During the Parade: All Hail Todd Paris the […]

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E. Spencer: Demario Alfredo Peck, on the Sheriff’s Office MOST WANTED List, Sought as a Person of Interest in Antonio Rushawnd Lee Murder

July 3, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Rowan County Sheriff’s Office sources report that Demario Alfredo “Rio” Peck, 28, recently added to the Sheriff’s Office MOST WANTED List, is a “person of interest” in the Antonio Rushawnd Lee murder on June 11th, 2017 at the Grant Street Apartments on 200 Grant Street. Peck is also wanted on a charge of […]

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Todd Paris’s Reveries on the Radio Show “Politics This Week”, David Post, Miller Recreation Center, and Asbestos Contamination in Our Water

July 3, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer and Salisbury Attorney ♦ Sunday Night Reveries I now host the radio show “Politics This Week” after having taken over the production duties from Attorney Jeff Morris who did an outstanding job for the past few years. It airs on radio stations WRNA 1140 A.M and WRKB 1460 FM on Ford Broadcasting […]

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Salisbury: Forcible Entry Friday Morning at Pop’s Country Store on U.S. 601 Hwy. Heist Nets a $5,000 ATM and $3,640 in Cash

July 2, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Rowan County Sheriff’s Office sources report that Pop’s Country Store at 5285 U.S 601 Hwy in Salisbury, N.C., Ideal ATM, and Christi Crider were victims of a “burglary-forcible entry” and “miscellaneous property damage” on Friday June 30th.  Burglars broke into Pop’s Country Store by breaking out the front door glass with a blunt […]

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Salisbury: Tony Messineo, Sex Offender on the Sheriff’s Office MOST WANTED LIST, Arrested Sunday for Allegedly Failing to Notify

July 2, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Sources in the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office reported that Tony Andrew Messineo, 29, a convicted sex offender whose last known address was 109 Johnston Dairy Road in Rockwell, was recently placed on the Rowan County Sheriff’s office Most Manted List. On Sunday morning at 3:10 a.m. he was arrested at a home on 1385 […]

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Salisbury: Forcible Entry on N. Cedar Street Friday Night Nets Burglars $720 Worth of Technology

July 1, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ The sound of breaking glass and doors being kicked-in rises in frequency throughout the crime ridden city of Salisbury.  What is in store for the city during the July 4th holiday stretch?  Will the city be visited by more killings?  We have 17 unsolved murders as it stands.  How safe will your valuables […]

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Salisbury: Antwonet Cook Arrested Friday for the Alleged May Strong Arm Robbery and Assault on a Man by Marco’s Pizza on E. Innes Street

June 30, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ According to Salisbury Police sources Antwonet Mesha Cook, 18, of the Streets of Salisbury, was arrested Friday, June 30th at 2:05 a.m. at 630 E. Monroe Street for an alleged May 12th strong arm robbery and assault on Brandon Lee Clontz, 18, at 413 E. Innes Street. Arrest Location 630 E.  Monroe Street: […]

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Salisbury: Forcible Entry Sunday on W. Bank St. Makes Color TV Vanish // Burglar at Sunset Drive Tuesday Skips with a 55″ TV and an iPhone 6

June 29, 2017

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RFP Staff ♦ Burglaries and car break-ins are everyday events throughout Salisbury’s criminal vortex. People wakeup seeing eyes peering through their windows and scoping out their valuables. You can imagine the feeling of coming home to a freshly ransacked nest. Take a deep breath–such is life in Salisbury. Nothing is permanent in the 9th most […]

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NC Senator Andrew Brock (R-34) Was Appointed to the NC Board of Review and Will Resign His State Senate Seat

June 28, 2017

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Todd Paris, Staff Writer and Salisbury City Attorney ♦ Raleigh, NC – Word is just in that NC Senator Andrew Brock (R-34) a Davie native, who represents most of Davie, Iredell and Rowan counties, was appointed in House Bill 256 to the NC Board of Review. Brock will resign from the state senate on June […]

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