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The following are recent incidents and arrests reported by the Catawba County Sheriff's Office.
Samuel Shane Lowman, 17, of Claremont, was arrested on simple physical assault, simple non-physical threat intimidation and criminal damage to property (vandalism) charges. He was held in the Catawba County Jail on a $1,000 secured bond.
Alexander William Mcmickle, 41, of Vale, was arrested on a charge of assault on a female. He was held in the Newton Detention Center with no bond.
Tracy Lee Mcmickle, 37, of Vale, was arrested on a charge of simple physical assault. She was held in the Newton Detention Center with no bond.
Chasity Nicole Gibbs, 36, of Hickory, was arrested on a charge of non-support-payment of alimony. She was held in the Newton Detention Center on a $1,000 bond.
Cody William Mcswain, 21, of Hickory, was arrested on trespassing, possessing/concealing weapons and simple non-physical threat intimidation charges. He was held in the Newton Detention Center on a $2,500 secured bond.
William Earl Shook, 24, of Claremont, was arrested on an aggravated assault charge. He was held in the Newton Detention Center on a $600 secured bond.
Franklin Lorenzo Taylor, 34, of Gastonia, was arrested on charges of expired registration card and tag, and driving while license revoked. He was held in the Catwaba County Jail on a $1,000 secured bond.
David Michael Johnson, 30, of Hickory, was arrested on charges of non-support and non-payment of alimony and contempt of court perjury and court violations. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $5,350 secured bond.
Suspects broke into storage property at 5493 Coopers Hawk Lane in Conover and stole three speaker boxes worth a total of $380, tool boxes with tools inside worth $300, and a five-gallon plastic gasoline jug worth $25.
An unknown suspect stole a Honda ATV from a residence at 3474 Thunder Road, Maiden, that was worth an estimated $2,500.
A Samsung plasma TV, worth an estimated $500, was stolen from 602 Conover Blvd. West in Conover, from the King Alfreida business.