Published: Oct 16, 2012 06:00 PM
Modified: Oct 15, 2012 04:32 PM
• An 81-year-old woman reported that her vehicle was keyed outside the Glenaire retirement community. Damage to the 2004 Toyota Camry was estimated at $300.
• David Scott Russ, 29, was arrested Oct. 9 on a warrant for possession of a firearm by a felon. The suspect’s listed address is 104 Woodwinds Industrial Court, Suite AA.
• Cary police on Oct. 9 arrested a 15-year-old boy suspected of jumping and robbing another 15-year-old of a cellphone near Cary High School on Sept. 28. The suspect, who police have not named due to his age, turned himself in after police visited his home based on the victim’s identification. Police are still searching another suspect, a 17-year-old, in the same theft.
• An 18-year-old Cary man caught a lucky break after his iPhone 4S went missing. The phone’s owner went to the Sprint kiosk at Cary Towne Center on Oct. 13, the day it went missing, hoping to deactivate the Apple device. Instead, he found his iPhone waiting at the kiosk, where Adrian Rodriguez, 21, had asked Sprint staff to wipe pictures from it. Rodriguez said he was having the phone serviced on behalf of Ernesto Calzadilla, 24, a friend of the iPhone’s owner. Police found Calzadilla just around the corner and charged him with possession of stolen property.
• A customer reported $2,800 of tools stolen from Space Station U-Haul and Storage at 3301 N.C. 55 on the night of Oct. 12. The business has cameras and entrance logs but didn’t yet have access to the video files when police filed their initial report.
• Cary police have arrested the owner of Yucca Asian Massage on charges of felony strangulation. A woman alleged that Quing Che tried to choke her during a domestic argument at about 1:45 a.m. on Oct. 12, and police noted visible marks on the woman’s neck. Che, of 111 Noel Ann Court, is 50 years old.
• Grace Christian Academy reported a drain cover worth $250 stolen from its campus on Oct. 7.
• The Cary Police Department received reports of unforced-entry burglaries at the following locations between Oct. 9 and Oct. 15: the 100 block of Appledown Drive; the 100 block of Abernathy Court; the 0-99 block of Bayoak Drive.
• The Cary Police Department received reports of forcible-entry burglaries at the following locations between Oct. 9 and Oct. 15: the 2700 block of Carpenter Upchurch Road; the 3300 block of N.C. 55.
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