Salisbury: A Woman is a Victim of an “Assault-Gun” Thursday Night at Brenner Crossing Apartments. A Shooting?

Posted on May 6, 2018



RFP Staff

♦ According to Salisbury Police sources Cherelle Janae Chawlk, 32, of the Brenner Crossing Apartments, 620 Brenner Avenue, was the victim of an “assault-gun” at her apartment complex.  The crime was reported to 911 dispatch at 9:17 p.m. and officers responded.  We also received unconfirmed reports that she was shot and gunfire was heard in the apartment complex.  The challenge is the Salisbury Police did not post the Incident Report for this crime, only the bulletin as of Sunday morning:

An “assault-gun” can be a pistol whipping, a butt stocking, pointing a gun at someone, or a shooting. If the Salisbury Police hierarchy wants to regain transparency and lose the tag as spin doctors, the wisest move would be to post Incident Reports and quit playing statistic games that fewer of the city’s residents are buying. “Hide It, Don’t Fix it” has a proven track record of destroying cities.

The Victim Cherelle Janea Chawlk:

620 Brenner Avenue, Salisbury, N.C.:

Location 620 Brenner Avenue, Salisbury, N.C.:

Citizens having any knowledge about this crime is 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: http://tips.salisburyrowancrimestoppers.org/ or by calling the Salisbury-Rowan Crime Stoppers at 1-866-639-5245.

Saturday night residents informed us they heard gunfire and there were 2 shootings that allegedly took place again at Brenner Crossing, at 610 Brenner Avenue and another at 134 Green Street where a rifle shot into a property. These alleged shootings have not been officially confirmed yet by the Salisbury Police. However folks informed us of both shootings appeared on 911 Dispatches Saturday night. We will post reports when they become available.

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

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