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Criminal Charges 4-7-14

 

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:

  •  April Lynn Turner Gross, 28, of 12036 McCoy Rd. in Huntersville was charged April 2 with one count of probation violation. A $20,000 bond was set.
  • Jake Ellis Nelson, 20, 1928 Jaya Dr. in Sherrills Ford was charged April 2 with one count each of failure to stop at red light/stop sign, failure to stop for siren, assault on a government official, assault-deadly weapon on law enforcement officer or government official, malicious conduct by a prisoner, driving left of center, possession of drug paraphernalia, open container-prohibited, resisting, delaying and obstructing a public officer, DWI and driving after having consumed a sufficient amount of alcohol. An $18,000 secured bond was set.
  • Matthew Brent White, 17, of 879 Lakeland Ave. in Lincolnton was charged April 2 with one count each of injury to real property and breaking and entering-preparation to commit burglary or housebreakings. A $2,000 secured bond was set.
  • Brittany Nicole Cornwell, 20, 1710 Riverview Rd. in Lincolnton was charged April 2 with one count each of injury to real property and misdemeanor breaking and entering a building. A $10,000 secured bond was set.
  • Carla Dawn Rimmer, 32, of 6118 Bailey-Baxter Rd. in Cherryville was charged April 2 with one count each of larceny and shoplifting. A $6,000 secured bond was set.
  • Sherry Robinson Brown, 56, of 5164 Amity Ln. in Iron Station was charged April 2 with four counts of failure to appear. A $500 secured bond was set.
  • Rufus Durand Lynch, 53, of 410 W. Sycamore St. in Lincolnton was charged April 2 with one count of probation violation. A $5,000 bond was set.
  • Kevin Lee Cody, 27, of 4759 Westwinds Rd. in Lincolnton was charged April 2 with one count of larceny. An $800 bond was set.
  • Heaven Charlotte Love, 23, of 726 Hatchett Rd. in Lincolnton was charged April 2 with one count of second-degree trespassing. An $800 secured bond was set.

 

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