THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD
after struck by car
Eight-year-old Charlie Motes,
of 800-10 Margrace Rd., died
Saturday night at Carolinas
Medical Center of injuries he
sustained when he was struck
by a car on Margrace Road. :
N. C. Trooper P. W. Glover
said the boy apparently darted
into the path of a 1988
Chevrolet operated by Tracy
Clark Goyette, 29, of 326
Goforth Rd., on Margrace Road.
The driver was not charged.
Glover said the boy was
standing on the side of the road
with his 12-year-old brother be-
fore the accident. "His brother
told him to watch the road,”
Glover said. "One car went by
and he just ran right out into
Rescue workers transported
the injured boy to Cleveland
Regional Medical Center where
he was airlifted to the Charlotte
hospital for emergency surgery.
Johnson heads up
KMPD Sgt. Derek Johnson
will head up the local police de-
partment's efforts to sell t-shirts
and baseball caps for N. C.
Special Olympics. !
Johnson said that local law
enforcement officers across
North Carolina have set out to
raise $600,000 for North
Carolina Special Olympics by
selling shirts and caps to sup-
port the 1997 Torch Run for
The 1996 Run raised over
$522,000, placing it third in the
nation and fourth in the world
for total funds raised.
The multi-color t-shirt has a
front design that depicts the
Special Olympics flame of hope
and the back has a list of Torch
Run sponsors and last year's
top fundraiser. The embroi-
dered Torch Run cap is white
with a blue bill and also depicts
the flame of hope. The items are
$13 each and may be purchased
at the local police department.
Charles Daniel Raffaeli, 39, 120
Peoria Lane, five felony counts
Schedule I possession of a con-
trolled substance.. :
Jason E. Farmer, 19, 513
Westview, Gastonia, carrying a con-
cealed weapon and concealment of
goods, $600 bond, secured.
Eric Jermaine Hunter, 37, Apt. 50
Carolina Gardens, assault on a fe-
Angela Hillman, 25, 200 Parrish
Dr., criminal summons, worthless
Herman QueeniJr., 42, 301 Fulton
Dr., DW], fleeing from a police offi-
104 Kilgore Dr., felony breaking
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cer, speeding and possession of
drug paraphernalia, $1000 bond,
Jerry Lynn Barrett,. 57, 205 N.
Piedmont Ave., DWI and resist and
obstruct officer, $1000 bond, se-
Michael James Barnett Patterson,
34, 215 Best St., Apts. 9, Shelby, driv-
ing while license revoked, fictitious
plate and possession of drug para-
phernalia, $500 bond, secured.
Steve Russell Belt, 42, 600
Oakland St., assault on a female,
$300 bond, unsecured.
Christopher O'Neal*Brown, 22,
and entering, larceny and posses-
“sion, $1500 bond, secured.
Paulette K. Bridges, 46, 917
Second St., worthless check.
David Rhodes Jr., 19 Pine Manor,
communicating threats, $500 bond,
Kelly Huss Jones, 21, 712-B
Landing St., stop light violation.
Victoria Lovell Haney, 29, 105
China Berry Court, Gastonia, ex-
James Thomas, 33, 16
Chesterfield Apt., failing to carry a
license and possession of drug
Paula K. Hayes, 33, 120 Peoria
Lane, concealment of merchandise.
Ronnie Carroll Taylor, 37, Waco,
running a stop Sim.
Michael Stephen Sipe, 19, 754
Sipe Rd., Lincolnton, failure to pro-
duce a license.
Linwood Adams Jr., 39, 125
McGinnis St., fictitious license
plate, no operator's license and no
Donald Eugene Blanton, 52, 200
Ganley St., running a stop light.
Kelly J. Quiram, 23, 814 Lt. B
Margrace, running a stop light.
Gary Dean Martin, 40, 205 E.
Parker St., possession of drug para-
A billfold was found on
Highway 74 East. The owner may
identify and claim at the Police
ura Crocker, 23 Carolina
Gardens Apt., reported theft of a
tag. The number: JYW-9261.
Alfred Phillips, 405 Stoney Point
Rd., said tht the paint on his 1990
Chevrolet was scratched at a gro-
cery store parking lot.
Ricky Grigg, Apt. B South
Cherokee St., reported ‘theft of
foodstamps from his mailbox.
Jeffrey Gladden, 308 Wilson
Terrace, reported an’ attempted :
Phillips 66, 600 E. King St., re-
ported larceny of 415 in gasoline.
Texaco 271, 511 Linwood Rd., re-
ported that a customer pamped gas
and left the pumps without paying
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for it and another customer took
$40 worth of cigarettes.
Sammy Falls, 712 N. Cansler St.,
reported theft of a TV and VCR
valued at $1150.
Sonexay Silaphet, 36, 114
Butternut Dr, reported theft of his
wallet and credit cards, two bowl-
ing balls and a bowling bag from
his 1994 Dodge truck.
Harris-Teeter 293, 610 E. King St.,
reported that a customer concealed
Jerry W. Adams, 414 Somerset
Dr., reported theft of two. lawn
mowers.valued at $2400.
Ricky Short, 2 Bennett Dr. re-
ported theft of four rings valued at
Nathaniel Sweat, 211 Morris St.,
reported theft of a purse containing
a driver's license and house ke
Gail Burton, 102 N. Roxford Rd.,
reported that someone cracked the
windshield of her 1993 Ford.
Somexa S. Silaphet, 114
Butternut Dr., reported that a sus-
pect pointed a gun on him at
‘Robin Berry, 311 Apt. B. West
Gold: Bt., reported theft of jewelry
boxes, necklaces, bed clothes and
three:Nintendo games Valued at
Roger Woodard, 108 Kimberly
Lang, repgrted that his 1988
Cheviblet Was broken into,
Joe Dean Norris, 105 Cameron
Dr., reported theft of a wallet and
credit cards from his 1988 Dodge.
William R. Bradley, 303 Churchill
Dr., reported that a window on his
1984 Ford was broken out
John Schanewolf, 104 Butternut
Dr., reported ¥ a'first degree bur-
glary in which $1850 worth of mer-
chandise was taken and a side
garage glass door broken out,
Phillip Bunch 105 Kimberly
Lane, reported that his 1991
Plymouth was broken into.
“Little Dan's, S. Battleground
Ave, reported that a customer pro-
duced a bogus check for $365.34
and Winn-Dixie, Spring Creek Dr.,
reported that-a customer produced
a bogusichegk for $228.34.
ike's “Food Store, S.
Battleground, reported that a cus-
tomer pumped $10 worth of
kerosene and didn't pay for it
David Carpenter, 802 Third St.,
reported theft of a 24 feet alu-
First Choice Beauty & Barber
Supplies, 501 E. King St., reported a
customer took a 99 cent bottle of
Silky Hair and left the store.
John Donald Bumgardner, 312-2
Davis Rd., Shelby, reported that a
customer passed a bogus check for
$680 at 300 W. Mountain Street.
Marcus Brooks, 200 Spruce St.
Apt. 2H, said his 1994 Ford 2 was
bumped at the traffic light at
Country Club Drive by an un-
known driver of a 1984 Chevrolet
SW. Damages were estimated at
A 1993 Dodge truck operated by
a 16-year-old driver rearended a
1994 Chevrolet operated by Flecia
Lynette Degree, 19 Carolina
Gardens, at a traffic light on King
Street. Damages were estimated at
$1200 to the Degree vehicle.
Charles Howard Shook of
Gastonia, operating a 1979
Chevrolet, was backing from a
parking space at Harris Teeter and
struck a 1991 Ford truck owned by -
Karen Mont Craig, 2109 Fernwood
Dr., Shelby. Damages were estimat-
ed at $350.
Cynthia Wright Wood, 108 N.
Oriental Ave., had stopped her
1994 Pontiac on West King Street
for another car to turn into a busi-
ness. The rear bumper of the
Pontiac was struck by a 1986
Dodge SW operated by Shirley
Bennett Swansson, 154 Ferguson
Dr. Damages were estimated at
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