25-year-old Edward Roger McCraw of Millers Park Lane in Vale has been arrested by Officers in Lincoln County on one felony count each of breaking & entering, larceny after breaking & entering and possession of stolen goods.
McCraw is the second person charged in connection to a June 25, break-in at the Cat Square Family Restaurant in Vale. As reported previously on WHKY, a former employee, 45-year-old Crystal Lynn Dellinger of Cedar Grove Church Road in Vale, was arrested earlier this month on the same charges. The pair is accused of stealing $202 from the cash register in the restaurant.
McCraw was arrested after Detective Matt Burgess received information that he was staying at a location in Lincolnton. Lincolnton Police found McCraw yesterday (July 19) on South Laurel Street, near the intersection with Rhodes Street. He was detained and turned over to Detective Burgess for processing.
McCraw gave a full confession and was taken before a Lincoln County Magistrate. He was placed in the Harven A. Crouse Detention Center under a $9,000 secured bond. A first appearance in District Court was set for today.
29-year-old Felicia Denise Harrison of Reedham Court in Charlotte was arrested by Hickory Police at about 11:20 last night (July 19) on misdemeanor and felony counts of larceny. She was also charged with a felony parole violation and she was charged as an habitual felon.
Harrison was arrested in connection to an incident on November 6 of last year at the Priscilla McCall’s store on Lenoir-Rhyne Boulevard S.E. in Hickory. The store manager told Police that three black females entered the store. As they exited the store, a security sensor went off. The manager confronted the women, who eventually left.
A review of video surveillance later determined that one of the women removed a pink, Evolve Dream Maker dual stimulator from the package, put it in her purse and left without paying. The woman was identified as Felicia Harrison and a warrant was issued for her arrest.
Harrison has previous larceny convictions in 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2014. She was on parole as a result of those convictions and had been absconder by the N.C. Dept. of Probation & Parole.
Harrison was taken into custody without incident yesterday on 1st Street S.W. in Hickory’s Ridgeview area. She has been confined in the Catawba Co. Detention Facility under an $11,750 secured bond. A first appearance in District Court was set for today in Newton.
45-year-old Richard Leroy Lowman, Jr. of “B” Avenue S.E. in Hickory was arrested by Hickory Police shortly after eight o’clock last night (July 19) on one felony count each of possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a schedule VI controlled substance and maintaining a vehicle, dwelling or place for a controlled substance.
He was arrested after Police executed a search warrant at Lowman’s residence. They found 196.5 grams of marijuana, scales and a pipe.
Lowman was taken into custody without incident and placed in the Catawba Co. Detention Facility under a $10,000 secured bond. He has since been released. A first appearance in District Court was scheduled for today in Newton.
40-year-old Nowlin Powell Crooks of 19th Avenue S.W. in Hickory was arrested by Hickory Police just after midnight today (July 19) on one felony count of obtaining property by false pretenses, plus one misdemeanor count each of larceny and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
Police arrest reports indicate that the complainant in this case is also the suspect’s nearest relative. The complainant and the suspect live at the same 19th Avenue S.W. address. The warrants for Crooks’ arrest were issued on April 27 and May 1 of this year.
Crooks was taken into custody without incident at 12:53 this morning at the intersection of 19th Avenue S.E. and South Center Street. He was placed in the Catawba Co. Detention Facility under a $10,500 secured bond. A first appearance in District Court was scheduled for today in Newton.
30-year-old Jimmy Ryan Hartley of 10th Avenue Drive N.E. in Hickory was arrested by Hickory Police at about 11:15 yesterday morning (July 18) on three felony counts of identity theft and two misdemeanor counts of larceny.
He was arrested after Police responded to a shoplifting call at the Lowes Foods store on 14th Avenue N.E. Officers arrived to find the manager running, on foot, along 3rd Street N.E. The manager told Police he was chasing a white male who ran into the parking lot at Hickory High School.
Officers then located the suspect, Jimmy Hartley, in the school parking lot, where they detained him. Officers found deodorant that Hartley allegedly stole from the store in the suspect’s pocket.
When Police ran a routine records check on the suspect, they found he had outstanding felony indictments for identity theft. Those warrants were issued in May of this year.
Hartley was taken into custody without incident and placed in the Catawba Co. Detention Facility under a $10,750 secured bond. An appearance in Superior Court was set for today, with a District Court date coming up on September 1.
DAE Systems (Dynamic Air Engineering, Inc.) announced today (July 18) that it will fully relocate all operations, including its headquarters, research & development and product manufacturing, from California to a speculative manufacturing facility in the Claremont International Business Park at 2436 Penny Road. DAE Systems has committed to invest a minimum of $7,255,000 on acquisition and completion of the facility and the installation of machinery and equipment.
Founded in 1942, the family-owned company (now in its third generation) plans to create a minimum of 53 new jobs over a five-year period. The average wage for the new jobs will exceed the county’s average wage.
DAE Systems is an aviation parts manufacturing company that serves the commercial aerospace and defense markets with engineered products.
Today’s announcement was made possible, in part, by a One North Carolina Fund grant of $110,000. Local incentives will be based on job creation and investment performance standards. Those standards will be considered in an upcoming public session by local governing boards.
22-year-old James William Canipe III of White Oak Farm Road in Cherryville was arrested by Hickory Police early this morning (July 18) on outstanding warrants for failure to appear, one felony counts and four misdemeanors. He was also charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.
He was arrested when Officers in the area of Highway 70 S.E. and South Center Street spotted a white Ford F-250 pick-up truck with an expired registration tag. Police pulled the truck in the parking lot at McDonalds on Highway 70. The license tag came back to Honda Civic.
Four people were in the truck. The rear driver’s side passenger was James Canipe. Officers found a purple bag in the area where Canipe was sitting. In the bag was a glass pipe with a white powder residue and a North Carolina driver’s license under a false name.
When Police confirmed Canipe’s true identity, they found the outstanding warrants for his arrest. The charges connected to the failure to appear warrants include larceny of a firearm and a number of vehicular offenses.
Following his arrest, Canipe was placed in the Catawba Co. Detention Facility under a $15,000 secured bond. District Court appearances were scheduled for August 4 and August 19 in Newton.
20-year-old Nicole Shantae Outen of 1st Street S.E. in Hickory was arrested by Hickory Police at about 5:20 p.m. Friday (June 15) on one felony possession of cocaine and one misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Outen was taken into custody without incident at her residence. She was given a $1,000 unsecured bond, and was released on Friday. A District Court appearance was scheduled for today (June 18) in Newton.
47-year-old Ralph Preston Wolfe, Jr., who is listed as a homeless person from Hickory, was arrested by Hickory Police at 9:20 p.m. Friday (July 15) on one felony count of habitual misdemeanor assault. He also faces one count of misdemeanor assault and two misdemeanor probation violations.
This was Wolfe’s third arrest in connection to an incident on March 17 of this year. At that time, Police responded to a homeless camp on the 3000 block of 34th Street Drive N.E. where Wolfe allegedly assaulted a 36-year-old Hickory woman. E.M.S. was called to the scene, but both the victim and the suspect refused treatment.
Wolfe was previously arrested on March 18 and March 23. According to Police reports, he resisted arrest Friday as he was again taken into custody on the 3000 block of 34th Street Drive N.E. The suspect refused to be photographed or fingerprinted as he was processed at H.P.D. headquarters. Wolfe was confined in the Catawba Co. Detention Facility with bond set at $21,500, secured. District and Superior Court appearances were scheduled today (July 18) in Newton, with additional District Court dates coming up on August 9 and September 14.
27-year-old Christopher Michael Johnson of 8th Street Place S.E. in Hickory was arrested by Hickory Police at 11 o’clock Friday night on one felony count of conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon and one misdemeanor count of assault on a government official. He was also charged with misdemeanor and felony probation violations. The warrants for his arrest were issued on June 9 and June 16.
Johnson was taken into custody without incident at his residence. He was jailed in the Catawba Co. Detention Facility without bond on the felony charges. Bond on the misdemeanor charges was set at $30,000, secured. He will appear in District Court on July 18 and in Superior Court on August 25, both in Newton.