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Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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2 OBITUARIES
Raymond Reynolds, Jr.
US Marine and Vietnam
veteran
KINGS MOUNTAIN —
Raymond “Ray” Adair
Reynolds Jr., 62, resident of
Kings Mountain, died Sun-
day, July 21, 2013 at his
home.
He was born in Cleveland
. County, NC to the late Ray-
mond Adair Reynolds Sr.
and Lizzy Irene Waley
Reynolds. Mr. Reynolds was
a truck driver for Metal Re-
cycling for 10 years, served
in.the United States Marines
during the Vietnam War, and
he loved motorcycles.
Surviving are his wife of
three years, Betty Ruff
Reynolds of the home; son,
Travis Reynolds of Lawn-
dale; step-sons, William
Mills; Kings Mountain, De-
wayne Mills and wife,
Grace, Charles Shawn Mc-
Taggart and Gary Mills and
wife, Grace, all of Bessemer
City; step-daughters, Lisa
Borders and husband, Gary,
Cherryville, Katie Irene Mc-
Taggart, Gastonia, and
Barbara Grant
BOILING SPRINGS -—
Barbara Ann Crawley Grant,
73, died Sunday, July 21,
2013 at Cleveland Pines
Nursing Center in Shelby.
The funeral will be con-
ducted Wednesday, July 24,
2013 at 2 p.m. at Clay-Bar-
nette Funeral Home Chapel.
Interment will be in Cleve-
land Memorial Park.
Melissa Rabon and husband,
Allen, Grover; sisters, Mar-
garet Anderson, Alabama,
and Shirley Ann Smith,
Kings Mountain; 18 grand-
children, and five great-
grandchildren.
The family received
friends Tuesday evening,
July 23, 2013 from 6-8 p.m.
at Harris Funeral Home,
Kings Mountain.
The funeral service will
be held Wednesday, July 24,
2013 at 3 p.m. at Ollie Harris
Memorial Chapel at Harris
Funeral Home. Rev. Tommy
Price will officiate.
Interment with military
honors provided by the Ma-
rine Corps League, Foothills
Detachment, will be held at
El Bethel United Methodist
Church Cemetery, Kings
Mountain.
A guest register is avail-
able at www.HarrisFuner-
als.com
Harris Funeral Home,
Kings Mountain, is in charge
of arrangements.
Parris
Ffuneral Home
Roger Ramsey
SHELBY — Roger Dale
Ramsey, 66, passed away
Monday, July 15, 2013 at his
residence. :
The funeral service was
conducted at 2 p.m. Thurs-
day, July 18, 2013 at Clay-
Barnette Funeral Home
Chapel, interment following
at Pleasant Hill United
Methodist Church Cemetery.
The family received
friends Wednesday, from 6-
8 p.m. at the funeral home.
CRMC named
Purple Heart
hospital
Caromont Regional
Medical Center in Gasto-
nia became the first Purple
Heart Hospital in the na-
tion at a special ceremony
Monday, July 22. The
“Purple Heart” title is part
of a ‘nationwide effort
spearheaded by the Mili-
Sisk-Butler
Funeral Home
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and we honor
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tary Order of the Purple
Heart to recognize organi-
zations desiring to convey
their support of veterans.
Doug Lovett, interim CEO
of the hospital, left, pres-
ents the proclamation to
MOPH Chapter 634 Com-
mander.
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CRIME - POLICE
Sheree Spivey was hurrying to her car at Walgreen parking lot last Wednesday afternoon and noticed this ugly storm |
approaching the city. “It was real dark and was moving in here very quickly,” she said. The storm started brewing
around 4:45 p.m. “I had my camera, took a picture; and headed for cover,” she said.
photo by SHEREE SPIVEY
ARRESTS
JULY 15: Joseph Em-
manuel McDaniel, 30, 303
Fairview St., probation vio-
lation, $10,000 bond, se-
cured.
JULY '18:"Tracy Renee
Smith, 46, 200 Spruce St.,
DWI, driving while license
revoked, $2500 bond, unse-
cured.
JULY 19: Cory Allen
Brooks, 21, 148 Siena Drive,
injury to real property, disor-
derly conduct, communicat-
ing threats, $10,000 bond,
unsecured.
JULY. 20: Nathaniel
Curry, 43, 403 Walnut St.,
assault on female, criminal
summons.
JULY 20: Cheryl Crowe
Urdi, 41, 329 Grove Rd.,
DWI, $2500 bond, unse-
cured.
JULY 20: Matthew Ed-
ward Soles, 27, Lincolnton,
manufacturing marijuana,
: iony, S201 bond, secured.
CITATIONS
JULY 17: « Monterros
Quinton Robbins, 22, 801
Church St., revoked license,
revoked tag.
JULY 18: Vincent Taylor,
21,100 D, S. Cherokee St.,
revoked license, fictitious
tag.
JULY 19: Falacia Grier
Georgett, 32, Bessemer City,
no inspection, expired tag.
JULY 19: . Latassha
Watkins, 33, Shelby, failure
to operate tail lamps.
JULY 20: Deborah
Pittman, 40, Shelby, expired
tag.
JULY 20: Barbara
Deaton, 27, Gastonia, no op-
erator’s license.
JULY 21: David Earl
Emery, 54, 1080 Dick Elam
Rd., firing a shotgun in city
limits.
INCIDENTS
JULY 15: resident of N.
Deal Street reported a break-
in and theft of a .22 pistol,
currency, costume jewelry
and a brown leather bag.
JULY 15: A resident of
Meadowbrook Road re-
ported larceny of a 1992
Chris Craft white and blue
ski boat, a 20 foot boat
trailer, wake board wake
skate, five ‘life vests, one
tube and one pair of skis val-
ued at over $6,000.
JULY 16: A resident of N.
Battleground Ave. reported
larceny of a grill.
JULY 17: City of Kings
Mountain, 211 Cleveland
Ave., reported damage to a
Tot slide.
JULY. 17: Kings Row
Apartments, 1706 Kings
Row Dr., reported that some-
one set fire to a metal mail-
box and damaged mail.
JULY 17: A resident of
Waco Road reported a break-
in and damage to a wooden
door.
JULY 17: Family Dollar,
E. King St., reported a cus-
tomer passed a counterfeit
$20 bill.
JULY 18: A resident of
Silver: Street reported dam-
Charlotte firefighter facing
assault, animal cruelty charges
A Gastonia man who police say attacked his girl-
friend and kicked a kitten and threw the animal into a
toilet is facing multiple charges including assault and
animal cruelty.
The woman was admitted to the Kings Mountain
Hospital Emergency Room early Friday morning and
that's when Gaston County police got involved.
Bryan C. Barfield, 29, was charged with assault, as-
sault in the presence of a minor, communicating
threats and animal cruelty.
Barfield is a firefighter in Charlotte and has been
placed on paid administrative duty pending the out-
come of his legal proceedings, according to the Char-
lotte Fire Department.
Officers met with a female victim who stated she
had been assaulted by her boyfriend at their residence
of 2722 Lowell Bethesda Rd. in Gastonia.
The incident occurred during the evening hours of
Thursday and continued into the morning Friday, ac-
cording to information provided by police in Gaston
County.
During the investigation it was reported the suspect
had also abused the three-month-old kitten by throw-
ing the animal to the ground.
“As the investigation is ongoing, | am rable to
comment on the details of this case,”
said Charlotte
Fire Chief Jon Hannan. “However, | want our citizens
to know we hold our firefighters to a high standard of
conduct in order to maintain the trust and respect of
our community.”
age to a silver fence post.
JULY 19: Waffle House,
726 York Rd., reported that a
front window glass of the
business was broken out.
JULY 19: A resident of
Morris Road reported that
someone had set fire to his
vehicle.
JULY 19: A resident of
Mountain Spring Court re-
ported a break-in
JULY 20: City of Kings
Mountain, West Gold St., re-
ported damage to the sink in
Falevo graduates basic combat training
Army Pfc. Christine
Falevo has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, SC.
Falevo is the daughter of
Ismalys and Carlos Falevo of
McDaniel Road in Kings
Mountain: She is the sister of
Cynthia Falevo of Greenville,
SC and a 2010 graduate of
Kings Mountain High School.
During the nine weeks of
training the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradi-
tion and core values, physical
fitness, and received instruc-
tion and practice in basic com-
bat skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayonet
training, drill and ceremony,
marching, rifle marksman-
ship, armed and unarmed
combat, map reading, field
tactics, military courtesy, mil-
itary justice system, basic first
aid, foot marches and field
training exercisers.
the men’s bathroom at City
Hall.
JULY 21: A resident of
McGinnis Street reported a
break-in and theft of a black
chair.
WRECKS
JULY 15: Officer M. J.
Howard said Derek Bowen,
805 Katherine Ave., reported
that he was driving on the
US 74 Bypass in his 2001
Acura and was forced off by
the road by a silver Pontiac.
Property damage was esti-
mated at $4,000.
JULY 16: Officer M.J.
Howard said Emmett
Greene, 518 Fallingwood
Dr., operating a 2007 Kia,
was pulling into the gas
pumps at 716 Cleveland Av-
enue and struck a parked
1999 Acura operated by Jon
Brewer, 918 Linwood Road.
Property damages were esti-
mated at $1200.
Correction
A feature, “South Dakota Crash — a Year Later” in
last week’s Herald incorrectly identified MSGT Robert
Cannon as Joseph Cannon. “Robbie” Cannon is the son- |
in-law of James and Sandy Russ of Kings Mountain and
was among four crew members killed in the crash of a
C130 fighting wildfire in South Dakota. Four National
Guardsmen were killed including Major Joseph Mc-
Cormick of Belmont. Sgt. Josh Marlowe of Boiling
Springs was injured in the crash.
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