Police received a report last week that an unknown suspect pulled over a woman and demanded her driver’s license while impersonating a police officer. The Harris Teeter grocery reported someone stole $480 worth of lawn furniture. And a dead limb caused $500 worth of damage to a Virginia woman’s car when it fell from a tree that was hanging over North Thompson Street.
Details on these stories and more (as well as a tally of the week’s arrests, citations, and traffic enforcement) may be found below.
TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 8:26 p.m., 216 S. Main St., Davidson Police Department – Police are investigating an instance of an individual impersonating a police officer. A woman came to police headquarters to report that an unknown suspect pretending to be a police officer pulled her over around 7 p.m. in Davidson and demanded her driver’s license. The location of the incident was not listed in a police report.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 431 Peninsula Drive, Harris Teeter – Police are investigating a case of larceny in which a park bench and a garden fountain with LED lights were stolen from inside a grocery store. The theft took place between 11:19 and 11:33 a.m., and the total combined value of the items was approximately $480.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 644 Davidson Gateway Drive, Rushco Market – A man was arrested for second degree trespassing.
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 9:19 a.m., South Street at Cathey Street – A Davidson man driving a 2002 Chevrolet backed into a Concord woman’s 2007 Nissan that was legally parallel parked across the street. The driver of the Chevrolet argued that the Nissan was illegally parked in front of a private drive, but the police report states that the Nissan was not blocking an exit. The Nissan sustained $1,000 in damage, but both vehicles were released to their owners.
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 455 S. Main St., Willoughby 2000 PLLC – Police are investigating an unauthorized use of a credit card at the construction consulting firm. An unknown suspect used another person’s credit card number to obtain $518.90 worth of goods over the course of three transactions with a MasterCard.
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 100 block of Vernon Drive – Police responded to a domestic disturbance involving an assault on a female.
SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 9:38 p.m, Concord Road at North Thompson Street – A dead limb fell from a tree that was hanging over the roadway, causing $500 in damage to a Pembroke, Va., woman’s 2010 Honda.
SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 5:28 p.m., NC 73 at Ramah Church Road – A Huntersville woman driving a 2007 Honda rear-ended a Davidson woman’s 2004 Volkswagen at approximately 45 mph, pushing the Volkswagen into a Charlotte man’s 2002 Toyota. Both the Volkswagen and the Toyota were stopped while waiting for another vehicle to make a left-hand turn. Total combined damage to the vehicles was estimated at $6,500. One Medic ambulance responded to the scene, but no one involved was transported to the hospital.
ARRESTS, CITATIONS, AND TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT, JUNE 18-24
- CONCORD ROAD – 1 citation for no operator’s license
- DAVIDSON GATEWAY DRIVE – 1 arrest for trespassing and 1 citation for no operator’s license
- DEPOT STREET - 1 citation for expired inspection/registration
- GREY ROAD - 1 arrest for trespassing
- GRIFFITH STREET – 22 citations for speeding, 4 for expired registration, 2 for no operator’s license, 1 for failing to yield, 1 for no insurance, 1 for driving while license revoked, and 1 for using a fictitious license plate
- JACKSON STREET – 1 citation for expired inspection
- JETTON STREET – 1 citation for expired registration
- MAIN STREET - 2 citations for speeding
- NC-115 - 1 citation for passing on the right and 1 for expired inspection
- ROBERT WALKER DRIVE – 1 citation for speeding.
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