Salisbury: Jaylon Armon Wimbley, Arrested Friday on MLK, Jr. Avenue, Allegedly for Armed Robbery, Assault with a Deadly Weapon, and Burglary

Posted on February 11, 2017

RFP Staff

♦ Salisbury Police sources report arresting Jaylon Armon Wimbley, 18, a felon living at 226 S. Oakhurst Drive in Salisbury, on Friday 12:11 p.m. for allegedly an armed robbery, 2 assaults with a deadly weapon, and a pair of burglaries. Wimbley was arrested, on 6 outstanding warrants issued on January 27th 2017 and February 8th 2017. at 412 S. MLK, Jr. Avenue. He surrendered without resistance and was handcuffed.

Jaylon Armon Wimbley:

Wimbley was charged with robbery with firearms or other dangerous weapons (felony), 2 counts of assault with a deadly weapon or assault inflicting serious injury (felony) and 2 counts of larceny to violation of GS14-51,55,54,54.1, 57 (felony). Under a secured $151,000 bond, he is being held in the Rowan County Detention Center. Wimbley is set for his first hearing on February 14th.

412 S. MLK, Jr. Avenue, Salisbury, N.C:

Location 412 S. MLK, Jr. Avenue, Salisbury, N.C.:

An article in the February 19th 2016 RFP: “Jaylon Armon Wimbley Arrested Allegedly for a House Break-in and Stealing TVs in Salisbury, N.C.. Nailed on Facebook”:

“In Salisbury, N.C. where house break-ins are all too common and where violent crime is allegedly underreported, Jaylon Armon Wimbley, 17, of Best Street was arrested Thursday for a house break-in at 1523 North Main back on February 11th where 3 TVs, jewelry , and assorted items were reported stolen.

Salisbury Police were tipped off about the alleged thief by Kamya Kesler who also informed investigators that her ripped off items were for sale on a popular Facebook page where various goods were listed for sale.  The police soon discovered several of Kesler’s “missing” items were being sold there.  The investigation continued and warrants were written up.  Wimbley was in the crosshairs of the SPD.

Wimbley was charged with breaking and entering-building (felony) and with larceny after breaking and entering (felony).  Under a secured $10,000 bond, Wimbley was placed in the Rowan County Detention Center.”

Jaylon Armon Wimbley’s Previous Record:

**This article will be updated as more information arrives.**

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