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Sheriff’s Office reports charges, arrests

The Stanly County Sheriff’s Office reports the following charges and arrests:
Kenneth Polk, 67, assault on a female. May 22.
Charlie Bose Holmes, 39, nonsupport of a child. May 22.
Lanie Madison Sells, 22, misdemeanor probation violation. May 22.
George Alexander Beachum, 31, employment security law violation. May 23.
Michael Jackson Floyd, 55, communicate threats. May 24.
Demetrius Lorenzo Brooks, 34, communicate threats. May 24.
Charlie Bose Holmes, 39, felony failure to appear. May 24.
Sidena Antwainette Verbal, 36, misdemeanor failure to appear. May 24.
Jeremy Steven Shaver, 22, possession of Schedule VI with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver, felony failure to appear. May 25.
Sandy Renee Joyner, 27, driving while license revoked, not impaired. May 22.
Ricky Lamont Taylor, 45, nonsupport of a child. May 26.
Joshua Brandon Gibson, 30, child abuse. May 27.
Fernando Dominguez Reza, 32, driving while license revoked, impaired. May 26.
Tomas Alvarado Gomez, 39, no operators license. May 26.
Teresa Joy Brady, 56, operate a vehicle with no insurance. May 27.
Joseph Tyler Medlin, 24, simple possession of Schedule VI. May 27.
Bryson Lee Grissom, 18, communicate threats. May 29.
Clarence Dean Honeycutt, 74, second degree trespassing. May 30.
Karsten Lydell Watkins, 36, nonsupport of a child. May 30.
Timothy Eugene Richardson, 42, felony possession of Cocaine. May 30.
Trevor Ivan Huck, 36, third degree sexual exploitation of a minor. May 30.
Shuntarious Pauline Lindsey, 23, larceny by employee. May 31.
Ryan Emmanuel Smith, 29, possession of marijuana paraphernalia. May 31.
Lekeith Mondrail Moses, 37, possession of marijuana more than 1/2 to 1 1/2 ounce. May 31.
Amanda Shaw Crump, 39, misdemeanor failure to appear. May 31.
Jason Alexander Rattz, 20, child not in rear seat. May 31.

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