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Catawba County crime, May 24

May 24, 2012

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

Arrests

May 20
* Arlette Nicole Forrester, 41, of Denver, was arrested on charges of aggravated assault. She washeld on a $1,000 unsecured bond.
* Joshua Scott Hansen, 25, of Hickory, was arrested on charges of all other offenses against family and failure to appear-monies. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on no bond.

May 19
* Jason Davis Forrester, 30, of Denver, was arrested on simple assault charges. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on no bond.

May 18
* Justin Ray Day, 19, of Catawba, was arrested on charges of second-degree trespass. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $100 secured bond.
* Chancie Derrek Bean, 30, of Hickory, had an order for his arrest. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $1,000 secured bond.
* Daniel Alan Bush, 26, of Claremont, was arrested on a charge of non-support/non payment of alimony. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $289 secured bond.
* Lisa Smith Bunton, 45, of Catawba, was arrested on a charge of non-support/non-payment of alimony. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $250 secured bond.
* Jamar Monte James, 31, of Claremont, was arrested on charges of contempt of court and perjury violations. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $75,000 secured bond.
* Michael Lee Hefner, 35, of Conover, was arrested on charges of simple non-physical threat intimidation, and an arrest for a warrant. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $1,000 secured bond.
* Carl Jewwll Stonbraker, 69, of Newton, was arrested on charges of assault on female. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on no bond.
* Chirstopher Scott Burton, 26, of Vale was arrested on charges of all other simple assault, burglar-non forced entry, and escape from custody or resist arrest. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $4,500 secured bond.

May 17
* Paris Michael Thompson, 22, of Hickory was arrested on charges of non-support/non-payment of alimony. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $2,500 secured bond.
* Stacy Carlene Leonhardt, 34, of Newton, was arrested on charges of sell schedule III controlled substance and possession with intent to sell and deliver schedule III controlled substance. She was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $10,000 secured bond.
* Adrian Pena, 18, of Maiden, was arrested on charges of failure to appear for assault on a government official and failure to appear for second-degree trespass. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $4,000 secured bond.

May 15
* David Barn Hise, 45, of Hickory, was arrested on a charge of contempt of court perjury and court violations. He was held in the Catawba County Detention Center under no bond.

Incidents

May 20
* Thieves stole items worth an estimated total of $1,070 from a trailer at 2514 N.C. 16 in Newton. Items stolen included ratchet binders, long chains, trailer straps, sockets and ratchets and a tool box-locking mechanism.
* Thieves took a wooden door worth $150, an outbuilding latch worth $100 and a riding lawnmower worth $600 from an outbuilding at 5410 Carver House Road in Conover.

May 19
* Thieves broke into an outbuilding at 2851 Joe Johnson Road in Catawba and stole $5,345 worth of items, including a four-wheeler, two chainsaws, a hand grinder, cordless drill, pop-up tent, knives and rechargeable batteries.

May 18
* Thieves stole a vehicle from 1457 Cessna Lane in Conover. The vehicle was red and worth an estimated $5,000.
* Someone stole items from a victim's outbuilding at 2370 Balls Creek Road in Claremont. The thief stole $1,550 worth of items, including two wrenches, a nailgun, a set of tap and dies, a roofing gun, a grinder and oil.
* Thieves stole a push lawnmower from a yard at 4115 Rocky Ford Road in Newton. The mower was an estimated $300.
* Thieves stole a GPS worth an estimated $300 from a vehicle at 4115 Rocky Ford Road in Newton.

May 17
* Thieves broke into an unlocked vehicle at 3421 28th St. NE in Hickory and stole hand tools worth $200 and assorted change totaling $8.
* Thieves took $270 worth of metal from an outbuilding at 906 Island Ford Road in Maiden.
* Thieves took a 9MM semi-automatic pistol worth $350 from a home at 4420 Deal Road in Claremont.
* Thieves took tools worth about $1,200 from a garage at 2454 Bud Arndt Road in Maiden.
* Thieves took $2,450 worth of items — including necklaces, diamonds, rings, stones, bracelet and a camera —from property at 2343 Native Drive in Conover.

May 16
* Thieves took boats and trailers from a storage lot at 8693 N.C. 150 East in Terrell.
The boats are worth an estimated $6,000 each, and the trailers are worth an estimated $750 and $760 respectively.
* Thieves took items from an outbuilding at 2347 Journey's Pass in Newton. Items included a red air compressor worth $90. Someone threw a Coke bottle through a window and broke it. Two glass window panes worth $700 were broken.

May 15
* Thieves took a white iPhone 4s worth $399 from property at 5040 E. Bandys Cross Road in Catawba.

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