By Bill Kiser
A.L. Brown’s players and coaching staff have learned a few things through the first two games of the 2008 season.
They all boil down to one simple fact — the Wonders may be good, but there’s room for them to play a lot better.
Brown will need to step its game up Friday night when it goes on the road to play Mooresville in the Wonders’ final non-conference game.
Game time is 7:30 p.m. at Mooresville Stadium.
Brown (2-0) is coming off a 28-7 win over South Rowan — a win that was a lot closer than the final score indicated.
The Raiders’ offense consistently moved the ball against the Wonders, even driving into Brown’s “red zone” (inside the 20-yard line) four times in the second half.
But South didn’t get in end zone, stopped either by the Wonders’ defense or their own mistakes.
“I was proud of the way our kids played,” defensive coordinator Noah Lyon said. “We made some mistakes because we’re young, but South’s offense kinda makes you do that. ... But they got inside the 20 four times, and came away with no points.”
That took some of the pressure off of Brown’s offense, which got off to a slow start before going ahead 14-0 at the half on Jamill Lott’s 14-yard TD run and a 12-yard Lott-to-Colby Reid scoring pass.
After B.J. Grant’s 63-yard TD catch from Blake Houston early in the third quarter threatened to swing the momentum South’s way, the Wonders snatched it back a few seconds later on T.J. Johnson’s 91-yard kickoff return. Brown added an insurance score late in the fourth quarter on Antwoine Jordan’s six-yard TD run.
The Raiders “had a good plan,” offensive line coach Todd Hagler said. “We knew they had good players, and they came in and played good.
“We’re going to have to be sharper on our assignments. There were several times where we had the right play ... and we didn’t execute it.”
The Wonders will have to execute their plan better against the Blue Devils (0-1), who have had an extra week to prepare for Friday’s game. They were off last week.
Mooresville — which lost to Brown 29-26 last year and is 15-7 all-time against Brown — enters Friday’s game looking to bounce back from a 40-35 loss to Catawba Bandys in its Aug. 22 season opener.
Offensively, the Blue Devils are led by senior running back Jjshaun Pinkston, who ran for a career-high 268 yards and four touchdowns against the Trojans.
“He’s enough to worry you,” Lyon said. “They’ve also got a big, strong offensive line. Somehow we’re going to have to use our speed as an advantage against them. ... We can’t let Pinkston run north-south on us. We’ve got to make him bounce around east-west to give our guys time to get to him.”
Mooresville’s defense also sports size on its front line and speed in its secondary. All that concerns Hagler, especially after the way South’s defense played against Brown last week.
“They are very, very big up front ... and their linebackers run good,” Hagler said. “They’re also very fundamentally sound — they’re not going to beat themselves. ...
“We’re going to have to be more physical up front and establish our dominance a little more than we did last week.”
By Bill Kiser
Northwest Cabarrus’ players and coaches have gotten two games under their belts, and they’ve learned two things:
1. The Trojans haven’t slipped as much as people thought, especially after the loss of all-conference quarterback Jeremy Cannon for the season.
2. Northwest isn’t playing perfect ball yet — an aspect head coach Rich Williams hopes to make headway on during the Trojans’ off week.
“We’ve got a lot of improving to do, but as a team, we’ve played really well,” Williams said.
Northwest Cabarrus (2-0) wrapped up its non-conference schedule last week with a dominating, 44-0 victory over county rival Central Cabarrus.
In that game, senior back Dolando Clowney ran for a career-best 103 yards and three touchdowns, and quarterback Jonathan Wallace threw for two more scores.
And on defense, the Trojans were even more impressive, holding the winless Vikings to just three first downs and minus-54 yards rushing.
“I’ve been really happy with what our defense has done, how they’ve game-planned and how our coaches have gotten them ready to play,” Williams said.
“I’ve been really pleased with our offensive line, as well — they’ve blocked really well, and we’ve been able to run the ball really well.”
In Northwest’s two wins — over Central and a 31-7 victory over Jay M. Robinson in its season opener — the Trojans have put together some impressive numbers on both sides of the ball.
Northwest has averaged more than 37 points and 350 yards total offense per game, while its defense has held opponents to 83 yards per game and has kept them from scoring for six consecutive quarters.
Individually, Clowney is close to averaging 100 yards per game rushing and leads the Trojans with four touchdowns, and Wallace has averaged nearly 125 yards per game passing after taking over for Cannon less than a week before Northwest’s season opener.
Wallace has “done a really good job,” Williams said. “What we’ve done with him is working towards his strengths. I thought he played better this week than last week, and he’ll keep getting better.
“And, so far, (Clowney) has really delivered really nicely. He’s run the ball extremely hard, he’s held onto it and gotten the hard yards for us. He’s also gone in there and played defense.”
However, Williams knows that the competition will now get tougher with the start of the Trojans’ North Piedmont Conference schedule next week — a road game against South Rowan, which gave state power A.L. Brown fits in a 28-7 loss last week.
“We know that our non-conference schedule is over,” Williams said. “This week, we’ll spend a lot of time on conditioning and fine-tuning what we’ve been doing on offense and defense.
“Our conference schedule doesn’t start off easy ... so we’ll start preparing for (South Rowan) probably around Thursday.”
Rowan County sheriff’s deputies have charged two teens are charged with stealing from a Kannapolis man on Freeze Road.
Michael Curtis Rollins, 17, is charged Aug. 24 with felony larceny of a motor vehicle, and Kory Lewis Hiltz, 16, is charged with misdemeanor larceny.
They are accused of stealing property valued at $2,150 from Allan Phillip Butler, 8808 Freeze Road. The property was recovered.
In other reports from the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office:
• Thomas Brandon Jordan, 20, was charged Aug. 24 with possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance at 1000 N.C. 153, China Grove.
• Elvira Alejo Carrillo, 216 Corriher Heights Ave., China Grove, reported a four-wheeler and grass trimmer stolen from her storage building between Aug. 21 and 23. Total loss was $750.
• Telesforo Acosta of Kannapolis reported $3,000 in items stolen between Aug. 10 and 24 from a storage building he rents at 570 Old Beatty Ford Road, China Grove.
• Millson Douglas, 40, was charged Aug. 24 with a city ordinance violation at 522 Old Creek Court, Kannapolis.
• Victor Earle Melton of Kannapolis reported the theft of two hydraulic jacks, worth $3,000, from Victor Melton Construction, 1102 S. Chapel St., between Aug. 22 and 24.
• Fred Melvin Thompson, 1133 Circle Drive, China Grove, reported the Aug. 24 theft of a $220 shotgun from his home.
• Jennifer Thomas Cannon, 580 Miller Road, China Grove, reported tools valued at $1,095 stolen from a storage building on her property Aug. 23 or 24.
• Chris G. Black, 120 McCleave Road, China Grove, reported the theft of a $200 mountain bike from his home the night of Aug. 25.
• Billy Olsen, 8530 Cloverfield Drive, Kannapolis, reported $25 worth of medication stolen from his mailbox between Aug. 21 and 24.
• Allen Carlisle, 37, and Marianne Carlisle, 34, were charged Aug. 25 with second-degree trespassing at 1046 Lenwood Drive, Kannapolis.
• Sandra Jo Moffitt, 33, was charged Aug. 25 with felony larceny on Enochville Avenue in Kannapolis.
• Jeremy Dwayne Wheeler, 16, was charged Aug. 25 with simple assault at 1050 Canton Lane, Kannapolis.
• Harold Grim Belk, 5110 Stokes Ferry Road, reported the Aug. 26 theft of a $2,500 lawn tractor.
• Willie Stacy Carter, 3740 Patterson Road, China Grove, reported the theft of seven aluminum rims, worth $700, after someone broke into a building on his property Aug. 25 or 26.
• David Lee Barnhardt, 22, was charged Aug. 27 with injury to personal property at 1321 Washington Lane, Kannapolis.
By Frank DeLoache
It’s impossible to know whether the soured economy and tight job market motivates thieves.
Nonetheless, you can’t help but wonder as businesses and homeowners continue to report theft of copper wire and catalytic converters.
And people seem to be stealing more mo-peds than vehicles. Who can afford the gas?
Examples in this week’s incident reports to the Kannapolis Police Department are:
• On Aug. 22, Tessa Macrae, 28, reported the catalytic converter removed from her vehicle in Kannapolis.
• At 9:56 a.m. Aug. 25, Premier Construction reported copper wire stolen from an unfinished house at an unspecified address.
• At 9:55 a.m. Aug. 26, Joseph Council, 45, reported the catalytic converter cut off his vehicle.
The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office log included:
• At 1:45 p.m. Aug. 27, Watson Sartain, 56, reported a mo-ped taken from his property.
• At 10:15 a.m. Aug. 28, Orleans Home Builders reported someone stole copper wiring from a house under construction at an unspecified address.
• On Aug. 29, Rick Shell, of Orleans Homebuilders, reported $600 in copper wire stolen from a home under construction at 7218 Streamhaven Drive, Harrisburg. Deputy Fetzer.
• On Aug. 25, Holly Schikowski, 32, 2539 N.C. 73, Concord, reported the theft of her child’s $3,000 Suzuki motorcycle from her home. Deputy Thomas.
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office listed these:
• Terry Parham of China Grove, reported someone cut copper wiring from a house he owns at 1814 W. C St., Kannapolis, between Aug. 12 and 23. Total loss was $1,150.
• Sam L. Miller of Mooresville reported catalytic converters were removed from two Miller Carpet vehicles parked at the 1509 W. C St., Kannapolis, business between Aug. 22 and 25. Total loss was $400.
• Logan Alan Arnone of Kannapolis reported a $1,400 scooter stolen Aug. 26 from a convenience store at 2023 W. C St., Kannapolis.
• Catalytic converters were stolen off four company vehicles parked at Contaminant Control, 230 Lockhart Road, Kannapolis, the night of Aug. 25.
The Kannapolis Police Department also reported:
• Andrew Pittmon, 19, and Kevin Dell Pittmon, 22, both of 1601 Valwood St.; both charged with larceny from a person, breaking and entering, vandalism (allegedly for kicking in a door at Donna Cobale’s home); written promise to appear in court; Aug. 23 and 24.
• De Carlos Quantel Robinson, 29, 1114 Mason St.; failure to stop at stop sign or light, fleeing to elude arrest, resisting an officer, possession of marijuana, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, expired registration; $50,000 bond; Aug. 23.
• Charles Armstrong, 38, 1105 E. 11th St.; driving while impaired (.19 blood-alcohol test) and with revoked license; 2 a.m. Aug. 25.
• Sarah Branham-Bottomlee, 33, 6621 Charlie Walker Road; driving with revoked license, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting an officer; Aug. 22.
• Gregory Thomas Allison, 22, 207 Cadillac St.; drug violations; Aug. 22.
• Kareem Rachaad Lanier, 32, 2419 Galena Lane; failure to appear on charge of secret peeping; Aug. 22.
• Adrian Kelly Griffin, 24, 32 Patton Court, Concord; failure to appear on misdemeanor probation violation; $500 bond; Aug. 23.
• Gustavo Alamaraz, 33, 1410 Village Park Road; interfering with emergency personnel, simple assault (allegedly for pushing down Elsa Martinez, 28, and grabbing her hair); Aug. 24.
• David P. Bonilla, 28, 820 Poplar Ave.; failure to appear on probation violation $1,000 bond; Aug. 23.
• Sergio Zambrano, 38, 260 Academy St.; driving while impaired; Aug. 23.
• Nicholas Alexander Fowler, 17, 9205 Wright Road; driving while impaired (.09 blood-alcohol test) and with provisional license, speeding (60 mph in a 35-mph zone); written promise to appear in court; Aug. 23.
• Michael Timothy Battle, 23, 761 Dale Earnhardt Blvd.; violating a domestic protection order (allegedly by coming to the home of Ashley Battle, 20); $3,000 bond; Aug. 23.
• Christian Daniel Dupree Ford, 19, 144 Beaumont Ave.; assault by pointing a gun (two counts), trespassing, communicating threats; Aug. 23.
• Kelly Correll, 17, 1407 Price Ave.; driving while impaired; Aug. 24.
• William David Kiser, 49, 815 S. Main St.; assault on a female (allegedly for pulling down the pants of a 17-year-old and making vulgar comments); $500 bond; Aug. 24.
• Anthony Campbell, 26, 6014 McGregor Drive; driving while impaired, failure to use motorcycle headlights; Aug. 24.
• Anthony Deshon “Kilo” Meeks, 17, 1022 Rocky Meadows Lane, Concord; carrying a concealed weapon (a handgun), driving without a license, giving false information to an officer, stop sign violation; transferred to N.C. Department of Corrections; Aug. 24.
• Miles Larason, 28, 200 Castlewood Drive; larceny; 2:35 a.m. Aug. 26.
• Linda Gail Hendrix, 48, 313 Franklin Ave., Concord; felony larceny, resisting an officer (allegedly by giving a false name); $1,200 bond; 11:21 a.m. Aug. 25.
• Maurice King, 21, 1020 E. Lafayette St.; driving while impaired and with provisional license; Aug. 22.
• Tracey Funderburk, 38, 2897 Shady Lane Ave.; driving while impaired and with expired registration and inspection; Aug. 24.
• Jason Moody, 31, 113 Mary St.; driving while impaired; Aug. 23.
• Renee C. Culver, 46, 213 Franklin Ave., Concord; driving while impaired (.15 blood-alcohol test); $200 bond; Aug. 24.
• Samantha Clendenin, 25, 1104 Brantley Road; simple assault; 8:30 p.m. Aug. 25.
• Reginald Donnell Blackwood, 38, 2420 Greenbriar Road; felony possession of a schedule II controlled substance, failure to appear on driving with revoked license charge; $300 bond; 3:09 a.m. Aug. 26.
• Erica Nichole Jones, 20, 121 Love Road; shoplifting (allegedly putting merchandise in her purse at Family Dollar), failure to appear on earlier larceny charge; $675 bond; 12:15 p.m. Aug. 26.
• Jennifer Renee Honeycutt, 25, 73 Ashlyn Drive, Concord; shoplifting (allegedly putting merchandise in her purse at Family Dollar); $500 bond; 12:15 p.m. Aug. 26.
• Desmond Miller, 28, 525 Coopers Ridge Drive; discharging a firearm in the city; 12:20 a.m. Aug. 27.
• Mark Anthony Crawford, 36, 129 Kirk Ave.; second-degree trespassing, forgery, uttering a forged instrument; $1,400 bond; 1:30 a.m. Aug. 27.
• Michael Holmes Logan, 62, 309 Williams St.; driving on a closed road and with revoked license; 7 p.m. Aug. 26.
• John Reece, 51, 610 Buford St.; driving on a closed road and with revoked license; 7 p.m. Aug. 26.
• James Sawyer, 34, 9500 Oak Ridge Drive; driving while impaired; 2:18 a.m. Aug. 27.
• Tracey Lynn Cervantes, 33, 2405 Eagle St.; driving while impaired (refused blood-alcohol test), failure to carry license, driving left of center; $1,000 bond; 7:30 a.m. Aug. 27.
• Phillip William Kiser, 29, 217 Coggins St.; failure to register a motor vehicle, failure to report an accident; $500 bond; 11:45 a.m. Aug. 27.
• Johnny Wayne Gulledge, 44, 909 Lakeview St.; harassing phone calls; 9:30 a.m. Aug. 27.
• Michael Warren Brooks, 44, 514 Villa Ave.; motor vehicle theft, possession of stolen property; 4:50 p.m. Aug. 27.
• Christy Denise Banks, 29, 2630 Dale Earnhardt Blvd.; simple physical assault; 4:30 p.m. Aug. 27.
• DeAngelo Raymone Collins, 25, 311 Ravendale; gambling; 11:20 a.m. Aug. 28.
• Christopher Cody Amici, Salvation Army shelter; assault on a female/domestic violation; 8:50 a.m. Aug. 28.
Nine days earlier, Amici was charged with communicating threats. He was released a written promise to appear in court.
• Jason Lane Durell Honeycutt, 26, 2540 Glenwood St.; probation violation; $5,000 bond; 2:23 p.m. Aug. 28.
• Linda Douglas, 58, 770 Chris Drive; worthless checks; 2:20 p.m. Aug. 28.
• Kerry Grayling Wilson, 43, 217 Bacon St.; felony probtion violation; $4,000 bond; 2:45 p.m. Aug. 28.
• Avan Salinas Velderrama, 18, 501 Chrysler St.; vandalism (allegedly for spray painting unspecified buildings); $500 bond; 11 p.m. Aug. 28.
• On Aug. 22, Best Buy reported a 21-year-old man removed wrapping from a store item and tried to hide the item.
• On Aug. 22, officers questioned a 35-year-old woman at an unspecified location about having ultracet in an unlabeled bottle.
• On Aug. 23, officers questioned two 18-year-olds and a 17-year-old at an unspecified location about underage drinking.
• On Aug. 23, David Price, 37, reported vandals spray painted the side of his vehicle.
• On Aug. 23, Palmer Ballard, 56, reported a 29-year-old man took Ballard’s automatic teller machine card without permission.
• On Aug. 23, officers questioned a 19-year-old male at an unspecified location about having marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
• On Aug. 23, Roderick Polk, 30, reported the theft of a firearm.
• On Aug. 24, Steven Artz, 31, reported a 25-year-old man broke a window at Artz’s home and stolen property.
• On Aug. 24, officers questioned a 17-year-old male at an unspecified location about possession of a plastic bong and other drug paraphernalia.
• On Aug. 24, officers learned that Debra Dixon, 29, previously reported missing, had been located.
• At 4:43 a.m. Aug. 25, Franky Perez, 26, and Paul Collins reported a break-in and the theft of money, four “long guns” and an Xbox 360.
• At 12:05 p.m. Aug. 25, Home Depot reported a 46-year-old woman tried to hide merchandise in her purse.
• At 3:37 p.m. Aug. 25, officers questioned a 24-year-old man at an unspecified location about having cocaine which he intended to sell.
• At 8:30 p.m. Aug. 25, Linda Haywood, 49, reported property stolen from her unlocked vehicle.
• At 9:14 p.m. Aug. 25, Hardees reported a 19-year-old male attempted to pay with counterfeit currency.
• At 10 p.m. Aug. 25, Christine Castor and Matthew Maione, both 21, reported a 22-year-old man fired a .12-gauge shotgun in the street in front of their home.
• At 10:44 a.m. Aug. 26, Casco Signs reported thieves cut a “gas filler neck” to steal gasoline.
• At 12:21 p.m. Aug. 26, Food Lion No. 755 reported a 37-year-old man hid merchandise and left the store.
• At 9:30 a.m. Aug. 26, police notified the Department of Social Services about a 38-year-old woman’s questionable treatment of a 16-year-old male.
• At 7:35 p.m. Aug. 26, Sue Burns, 39, reported a 16-year-old male took a tailgate without permission.
• At 7:51 p.m. Aug. 26, Leeann Wensil, 28, reported someone broke the window of her vehicle and took her pocketbook.
• At 7:55 p.m. Aug. 26, Joyce Aguilar-Flores, 51, reported someone shot a window in her home with a BB gun.
• At 10:34 a.m. Aug. 27, Jennifer Wike, 39, reported someone broke into her vehicle and stole property.
• At 10 a.m. Aug. 27, Bobby Brown, 69, reported a 19-year-old acquaintance removed the registration plate from Brown’s vehicle.
• At 10:02 a.m. Aug. 27, Judy Flores, 45, reported a 33-year-old acquaintance used Flores’ Social Security number without her permission.
• At 12:30 a.m. Aug. 28, officers investigated a report of someone passing a counterfeit $20 bill.
• At 8:48 p.m. Aug. 27, Lowe’s Food store no. 225 reported a 45-year-old woman took merchandise in the store and tried to return it for cash.
• At 8:53 a.m. Aug. 28, officers investigated a report that a 23-year-old man left a bruise on the forehead of a 4-week-old child.
• At 9:20 a.m. Aug. 28, Dale Andrews, 60, reported his vehicle taken from an unspecified parking lot without permission.
• At 3:40 p.m. Aug. 28, Vernie Rainey, 63, reported a 21-year-old woman took his debit card and used it in “various locations” in Kannapolis.
• At 4:30 p.m. Aug. 28, Dollar General store no. 10100 reported a 36-year-old woman bought items with a fraudulent check.
• At 2:51 p.m. Aug. 28, Food Lion no. 6 reported a 43-year-old man obtained property by false pretense from one store and then went to another store to exchange the items for cash.
• At 4 p.m. Aug. 28, officers questioned a 58-year-old man at an unspecified location about possession of drug paraphernalia.
• At 3:15 p.m. Aug. 28, Burke’s Outlet reported a 36-year-old woman bought items with a worthless check.
Thirty minutes earlier, Food Lion no. 1284 reported the same woman and a 43-year-old man writing another worthless check.
• At 6:45 p.m. Aug. 28, Billy Richardson, 37, reported the theft of a gun, two guitars and a vacuum cleaner.
• At 10:24 p.m. Aug. 28, officers questioned a 25-year-old man about possessing a prescribed medicine “outside of the original container.”
• At 10:35 p.m. Aug. 28, Terrance Rucker, 22, reported several men, two of them 21 and the third 26, beat him.
Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office
• Deborah Paige Blackwelder, 57, 6003 Miller Road, Kannapolis; driving while impaired, misdemanor larceny; $3,500 bond; Aug. 25 and 26; Deputy Barnhardt.
• Harold James Twitty, 65, 4433 Mullis Road, Kannapolis; assault on a female; written promise to appear in court; Aug. 25; Sgt. Measimer.
• Jill Pressley Barrier, 42, 8875 Bowman Barrier Road, Mount Pleasant; worthless check; written promise to appear in court; Aug. 25; Deputy D.A. Burchett.
• Tammy Marie Bazeman, 37, Garmon Mill Road, Midland; threatening phone calls (two counts); written promise to appear in court; Aug. 25; Deputy Burchett.
• Joshua Lynn Cole, 18, 3800 Garmon Mill Road, Midland; second-degree trespassing, threatening phone call; written promise to appear in court; Aug. 25. Deputy Burchett.
• Tyrell Ganesh Ramkisson, 26, 1327 Champion Lane, Concord; assault on a female; written promise to appear in court; Aug. 25; Deputy Burchett.
• Dustin Heath Witherspoon, 21, 4790 Zion Church Road, Concord; manufacturing a schedule VI controlled substance; written promise to appear in court; Aug. 25; Deputy B.T. Hopkins.
• Robert Wayne French, 46, streets of Concord; failure to appear on charges of larceny and trespassing on railroad right of way; $2,000 bond; Aug. 29; Deputy Hale.
• Barry Gordon Richards, 46, 2201 St. John’s Church Road, Concord; harassing phone calls; written promise to appear in court; Aug. 29; Deputy Hale.
• William Lee Anderson II, 47, 802 Oakwood Drive, Mint Hill; misdemeanor larceny, possession of stolen goods, failure to appear on earlier larceny charge; $10,500 bond; Aug. 29; Deputy D. Burchett.
• Kari Lynn Andrew Alston, 32, 6004 Firetorn Lane, Concord; assault with a deadly weapon, violating domestic violence order (Guilford County); written promise to appear in court; Aug. 29; Lt. Bailey.
• Chadrick Solon Cochran, 35, 40 Pine Grove Church Road, Concord; failure to pay child support, resisting an officer; $1,700 bond; Aug. 29; Deputy Hale.
• Marlin Phillip Brown, 35, 6004 Firethorn Lane, Concord; violating Guilford County court order; written promise to appear in court; Aug. 29; Lt. Bailey.
• Roman Bautista, 29, 4287 DC Drive, Concord; driving while impaired, with open container of alcohol and uninsured; $1,000 bond; Aug. 29; Deputy R. Little.
• Wayne E. Williams, 47, 8267 Barringer St., Mount Pleasant; inspection violation, resisting an officer and failure to appear in charges of driving with revoked license (two counts); $2,000 bond; Sept. 1. Sgt. Tierney.
• On Aug. 25, Mistie Achhambault Brown, 11099 Hickory Ridge Road, Harrisburg, reported a break-in and the theft of $100 in items. Deputy S. Staton.
• On Aug. 25, Angel Hopkins, 24, 3014 Hawick Commons Drive, Concord, reported $1,500 in vandalism to the paint of a 1993 Cadillac, owned by Timothy Best, same address, while parked in the driveway. Deputy Christie.
• On Aug. 29, Wayne Anders of Cabarrus County Schools, reported a break-ig at Mount Pleasant Elementary School, with damage and theft costing $1,950. Deputy Elliott.
• On Aug. 29, Tim Hutley, of McGee Brothers, reported a break-in to a company model home, 3261 Fairmead Drive, Concord, with $1,850 in damage. Deputy Gilmore.
• On Sept. 1, Cletus O. Hill, 27, 15901 U.S. 52, Gold Hill, reported a break-in, the theft of $12,700 in items from inside his home and a 2004 Yamaha all-terrain vehicle. Sgt. Tierney.
• On Sept. 1, Nancy Rivera Lopez, 24, 1537 Piney Church Road, Concord, reported the theft of $300 in items from and $200 in damage to her 2000 Acura Integra. Deputy Zeman.
• On Sept. 1, Christopher Wayne McDonald, 25, 4525 Carol Court, Concord, reported $630 in items stolen from her 1996 Honda Civic. Deputy Zeman.
• On Sept. 1, Daniel Heinman, 1446 Bostwood Lane Concord, reported someone stole $250 in items from his outbuilding as well as gasoline from his 2006 Hyundai Sonata, at his home.
Michael Heinman, 24, same address, reported $797 in items taken from his 1994 Saturn. Deputy Lisk.
• On Sept. 1, David Isenhour, 45, 135 N. Main St., Richfield, reported a break-in to an outbuilding at 14259 U.S. 49 N., Gold Hill, since Aug. 27. Nothinig was taken, but a $200 window was broken. Deputy Kluttz.
• On Sept. 1, Eddie Baggs, 61, 3650 U.S. 601 S., Concord, reported someone took $2,500 in currency from his 2003 Suzuki Aerio and caused $600 in damage to the ‘03 Suzuki, a 2004 Suzuki and a 2004 between Aug. 30 and Sept. 1. Deputy Lisk.
• On Sept. 1, Annette Kemp Pirkle, 43, 6712 Hickory Ridge Road, Harrisburg, reported her husband, Gary, missing. Last contact was a text message at 11:20 p.m. Aug. 22. Deputy Joyner.
• On Sept. 1, Daniel Mark Sninchak, 35, 6061 Creekview Court, Harrisburg, reported someone cut the two, passenger-side tires on his 2006 Dodge Caravan, parked at his home, causing $200 damage. Deputy Staton.