Salisbury: Forcible Entry Thursday at a 2016 Murder House on E. 11th Street Nets Burglars $1,760 Worth of Tech, Tools, and a Motorcycle

Posted on April 9, 2018

RFP Staff

♦ Salisbury Police Sources report that Anthony Armijo, 28, and Sonia Lopez Edwards, both living at 212 E. 11th Street in Salisbury, were victims of a “burglary-forcible entry” between Wednesday evening and early Thursday morning at their home. The burglars used bodily force to break-in and damaged the front door and window screens. The Salisbury Police incident report states that burglars carried off $1,760 worth of tech, tools, and a Honda Motorcycle.  The crime was reported to 911 dispatch at 12:20 a.m.  If the 212 E. 11th Street address seems familiar, it was where April Cora-Lucille Hall was shot in September of 2016 and later died at Wake Forest Baptist Hospital.

Manifest of stolen and damaged items at 212 E. 11th Street burglary from the Salisbury Police Incident Report:

At this time Police have made no arrests or developed suspects. The case remains under investigation.

An RFP article from September 9th 2016 on the murder of April Cora-Lucille Hall at 212 E. 11th Street in Salisbury:

212 E. 11th Street, Salisbury, N.C.:

Location 212 E. 11th Street, Salisbury, N.C.:

Citizens having any knowledge about this crime are urged to call the Salisbury Police at 704-638-5333. If you fear retribution, want to remain anonymous and possibly collect a reward of up to $1,000, information can be submitted 24/7 via the web: or by calling the Salisbury-Rowan Crime Stoppers at 1-866-639-5245.

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