Salisbury: A Man Assaulted Saturday with a “Blunt Object” on Ackert Avenue and a “Safe Heist” Thursday Morning on Faith Road

Posted on July 10, 2016



RFP Staff

♦ To the best of our knowledge no one was murdered in Salisbury the last few days unless a corpse or two show up in the woods somewhere or in one of the city’s 900 plus vacant houses.  Just the normal amount of street beatings, breaking and enterings, car break-ins, and vandalisms.  Lest we for get one incident of folks allegedly being deprived of their right to gather and exercise their free speech in Downtown Salisbury.

On Saturday just after 11 p.m. Donald Junior McCleave, 30, of the 100 block of Ackert Avenue in Salisbury, was assaulted at his home with a dangerous weapon according to the police.  The dangerous weapon was reported to be a “blunt object” (something on the order of a club, hammer, aluminum fungo bat etc.)  McCleave apparently survived and his injuries were recorded as minor.

The 100 Block of Ackert Avenue in Salisbury:

The “blunt object” attack is still being investigated.  No arrests and no suspects at this time.

If you know anything about this assault with a dangerous weapon please contact the Salisbury Police Department at 704-638-5333 or Salisbury-Rowan Crime Stoppers at 1-866-639-5245.

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Just after midnight on Thursday a break-in and “safe heist” were reported by William Stacey Keller, 36, self-employed and living on 700 block of Faith Road in Salisbury. According to Police sources Mr. Keller lost $800 dollars in cash, his birth certificate, and a pair of Century safes during the burglary.

The 700 Block of Faith Road in Salisbury:

The break-in remains under investigation. No arrests at this time.

If you know anything about this break-in please contact the Salisbury Police Department at 704-638-5333 or Salisbury-Rowan Crime Stoppers at 1-866-639-5245.

**The article will be updated whenever new information arrives.**

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