Salisbury: David White Arrested Tuesday for Allegedly Breaking a Woman’s Arm and Jeremy Price Busted for Alleged B and E Spree

Posted on August 10, 2016

RFP Staff

♦ It was another week of taking a triage approach to Salisbury’s cornucopia of violent and property crime we’ve had to make some tough choices in what we report.  We were ever so tempted to report the dozen or so car break-ins near the VA Hospital and the continued “looting” of houses along the Old Plank Road and throughout Fulton Heights, but these crimes were subltly eclipsed by the ones we chose.  If your neighborhood feels left out of our reports we apologize.  Salisbury is simply overrun with crime anymore.

On Tuesday the Salisbury Police arrested David Jumar White, 33, of 504 East Cemetery Street, for allegedly breaking an arm of Kapetra Monique “KP” Lyerly, 34, of the 700 block of Park Avenue and a relative of White’s. Lyerly’s arm was said to be broken between her wrist and elbow.  The alleged assault took place in White’s home on East Cemetery Street during an altercation between relatives said to be drinking. White told officers he shoved Lyerly off the porch in an attempt to break up the dispute.

Lyerly reportedly called 911 and told the dispatcher there was going to be a shooting in the area. The Salisbury Police arrived a short time later and Lyerly told them she was the caller and showed them her broken arm.

504 East Cemetery Street in Salisbury:


David Jumar White:

White was charged with assault inflicting serious injury (misdemeanor). Under a secured $10,000 bond, White was locked up in the Rowan County Detention Center and later released on bond.

David Jumar White’s Previous Record:


Jeremy Warren Price, 18, of 1620 Bringle Ferry Road in Salisbury, was arrested by the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office on Friday August 5th and charged with 8 counts of probation violation (felony), 2 counts of breaking and entering-building (felony), breaking and entering a vehicle–rr cars and other motor vehicles (felony), larceny (felony), larceny (misdemeanor), and obtaining property under false pretenses (felony).

Jeremy Warren Price:

Under a secured $130,000 bond, Price was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center.

Price’s alleged accomplice Holly Geanean Stirewalt, 19, of Bringle Ferry Road in the county was also arrested and charged with obtaining property under false pretenses (felony). Under a secured $500 dollar bond, Stirewalt was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center before her release on bond.

Holly Genean Stirewalt:

Price’s arrest was a complex affair involving Rowan County Sheriff’s Office investigators following up leads involving Facebook yard sales, visits to the homes of purchasers of stolen equipment and tools, calling on Charley’s Mart on Faith Road, and visits to Frank’s Pawn Shop on North Main Street. Mr. Wayne File, a victim of the break-ins, living on Beagle Club Road, was a outstanding asset. File on August the 3rd discovered his unlocked garage door got opened and someone got to a collection of expensive tools. File’s son located many of the stolen items being sold in a Facebook “yard sale”. Price was soon indicated in the crimes as was his accomplice Stirewalt who later allegedly admitted pawning items for Mr. Price. Well over $10,000 dollars in equipment and tools were stolen. Jig saws, chainsaws, battery chargers, drills, a Yamaha 4-wheeler, grinders–an endless list.

David Warren Price Previous Record (Does not include more recent alleged crimes):

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