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Catawba County crime, May 15

May 15, 2012

The Catawba County Sheriff's Office recently reported the following arrests and incidents.

Arrests

May 6
* Michael Emmanuel Tucker, 38, of Hickory, was arrested on a charge of non-support/non-payment of alimony. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $1,000 secured bond.

* Michael Angelo Claire, 24, of Catawba, was arrested on charges of simple assault, burglary and non-forced entry. He was held in the Newton Detention Center on no bond.

* Rachel Pearl Goble, 23, of Conover, was arrested on an order of arrest and a charge of trespassing. She was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $600 unsecured bond.

* Larry Allan Miller, 44, of Conover, was arrested on an order of arrest, simple physical assault and criminal damage to property (vandalism). He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $1,000 secured bond.

May 5
* Coty Alan Moose, 27, of Taylorsville, was arrested on charges of resisting arrest, shoplifting and exceeding posted speed. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $19,500 secured bond.

* Britney Jean Hedrick, 23, of Hickory, was arrested on charges of comtempt of court perjury and court violations. She was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on no bond.

May 4
* Valencia Berry Griffin, 52, of Hickory, was arrested on charges of second-degree trespassing. She was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $500 secured bond.

* Brittnie Nicole Nierman, 24, of Denver, was arrested on charges of personal weapons and simple physical assault. She was held in the Catawba County Detention Facility on no bond.

* Coty Alan Moose, 27, of Taylorsville, was arrested on a charge of felony larceny. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $20,000 secured bond.

* Coty Alan Moose, 27, of Taylorsville was arrested on charges of fraud of wire/computer/other electronic manipulation. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $5,000 seured bond.

* Kenneth R. Bojarski, 46, of Hikcory, was arrested for FTA-Review. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $500 secured bond.

* Nathan R Miller, 36, of Newton, was arrested on a warrant. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $500 secured bond.

* Tykevious Owan Thomas, 20, of Hickory, was arrested on charges of contempt of court perjury and court violations. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $5,000 secured bond.

May 1
James F Mcardle, 45, of Statesville, was arrested on charges of possessing/concealing weapons. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $15,000 secured bond.

Incidents

May 5
* Burglars climbed into the window of a home at 618 21st St. SE in Hickory and stole a flat-screen television, game console, NBA 2012 video game, and 9 DVDs. The items were worth an estimated total of $550.

* Thieves broke into a Hickory home and took a large black plasma TV worth $550.

* Thieves took a small portable safe worth $30 and a car title from a victim's vehicle at 1463 Kings Road in Hickory.

* Thieves broke into a vehicle at 5206 Bethel Church Road and stole $25 in cash.

* Someone broke into a vehicle in Hickory and took a silver GPS worth $50.

May 4
* Thieves broke into a home at 3837 Crossing Creek Drive in Claremont and took $9,200 worth of items, including a handgun, flat-screen TV, diamond earrings, bracelets and necklaces.

* Someone broke into a vehicle at 4067 Story Road in Newton and took $12 in assorted change and bills.

* Someone stole a gray GPS worth $60 from a vehicle at 3948 Holly Springs Drive in Newton.

*Thieves broke into a home at 2870 N. Olivers Cross Road in Newton and took $10,200 worth of items, including antique collectibles, a tennis bracelet, necklaces, a pistol and a shotgun. The criminal also caused damage to the property.

* Thieves broke into a home at 1604 Crandford Drive in Conover and stole a gold and black diamond dolphin, metal doors and frames, and a 3-4-inch section of wall. The items were worth an estimated total of $1,000.

May 3
* Thieves took a catalytic converter from a 2005 Toyota Tundra at 210 Spencer Road in Conover. The part is worth $1,400.

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