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Catawba County crime

January 11, 2012

The following are arrests, citations and incidents recently reported in Catawba County:

Arrests

*Dearl Roy Steoart, 39, of 3618 Huie St. in Newton; hit and run, failure to stop; $100 bond

*Jennifer Lynn Reece, 21, of 2000 Terry St. in Conover; breaking and/or entering, felony larceny, possession of stolen goods; $1,000 bond

*Patricia Sue Tyger, 38, of 195 Riverview Acres Lane in Taylorsville; injury to real property, breaking or entering, felony larceny; $2,000 bond

*Glenn Earl Kennedy, 52, of 2324 Edna St. in Catawba; manufacture marijuana, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, possession drug paraphernalia; $1,000 bond

*David Lewis Gray, 43, of 3751 Thompson St. in Newton; assault with a deadly weapon; $1,500

*Eric Duane Ennis, 36, of 1863 Yale St. in Conover; defrauding drug/alcohol screening test, review DTC; no bond.

Incidents

Monday
Larceny at home of Bobby Lee Jones, 78, of 4353 Burton Drive in Maiden; Orange SITHL chainsaw, assorted hand tools and sockets, assorted outdoor drop cords; Total stolen: $600.

Monday
Larceny at home of Felecia Diane Lail, 31, of 2370 Boulder St. in Conover; 42-inch VIZIO flat-screen TV, Nintendo game system with two controllers, Sony game system with two controllers, four Playstation 3 games, XBOX game system with two controllers and batteries, four XBOX games, Bunker Hill High School class ring, three pairs of earrings, two ladies watches, various bracelets, two jewelry boxes and a pillow case; Total stolen: $3,090.

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