Salisbury: Randy Fish Busted Friday for Alleged Car Break-ins at Marriott Circle // Heath Obrien Nailed Saturday for Alleged Vehicle Theft

Posted on January 15, 2018

RFP Staff

♦ Citizens and Salisbury Police battle a human wave of car break-in artists and vehicle bandits in parking lots and driveways throughout Salisbury. There are just some places you should never chance parking your vehicle, even a beater.  Major shopping centers, banks, and restaurant parking lots are teaming with seasoned hit it n’ quit criminals. At the end of this article we’ll post tips on how to reduce the odds that your vehicle winds up on cinder blocks, in a chop shop, having its side window smashed by a rock, or wrecked during a getaway.

Salisbury Police sources report that Randy Alan Fish, Jr., 30, living at 226 N. Long Street, was arrested at 120 Marriott Circle Friday after a footrace with officers for allegedly breaking into vehicles in the parking lot.

Tacked onto Fish’s charges was an alleged “larceny-shoplifting” incident at Walmart, 323 S. Arlington on December 29th, 2017 when he allegedly took 5 items valued at over $80.

Under a secured $4,000 bond, Fish is being held in the Rowan County Detention Center

Randy Alan Fish, Jr.:

Charges Randy Alan Fish, Jr.:

Randy Alan Fish’s Previous Record:

120 Marriott Circle, Salisbury, N.C.:

Location 120 Marriott Circle, Salisbury, N.C.:


RFP Staff

According to Salisbury Police sources Heath Allen David Obrien, 25, dwelling at 124 Clancy Street, was arrested for alleged “motor vehicle theft” on Saturday at 1800 W. Jake Alexander Boulevard at 5:28 p.m. Under a secured $10,000 bond, Obrien is locked up in the Rowan County Detention Center.

Heath Allen David Obrien:

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Heath Allen David Obrien’s Previous Record:

1800 W. Jake Alexander Boulevard, Salisbury, N.C.:

Location 1800 W. Jake Alexander Boulevard, Salisbury, N.C.:

SALISBURY ALERT: Vehicle Break-ins and Car Thefts are Off the Charts. How to Defeat Car Break-in Artists and Car Thieves:

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