This is a list of all felony crimes reported to the Union County Sheriff’s Office from July 22 to July 27 in the towns of Indian Trail, Mineral Springs, Unionville and Weddington. There were no incidents reported in the towns of Hemby Bridge, Lake Park, Marvin, New Salem or Wesley Chapel. All cases are considered open unless otherwise stated.
Vandals target neighborhood pool
Deputies were called out to the Annandale subdivision July 24, after vandals damaged the pool. The incident happened at the 2000 block of Emerson Lane, reported just after 10 a.m. Nothing else was damaged in the subdivision and no homes were targeted.
Money stolen from home on Flagstone Lane
Thieves targeted a home on Flagstone Lane recently, making off with $200 in cash. The incident was reported just after 3 p.m. July 24, at the 3100 block of the road. There was no sign of forced entry and no damage done to the property. The 22 year old resident came back to find $200 in cash missing from the home.
Vehicle damaged near Hwy 74
A woman walked out of her home July 25 to find her car had been damaged. The incident happened at the 4900 block of Hwy 74, just before midnight. The 41 year old came outside to find someone had caused $200 worth of damage to her black Ford Probe. Nothing else was damaged at the property and nothing was taken.
Dog stolen from local home
A Mineral Springs resident walked outside July 23 to find someone had stolen his dog. The incident happened just after midnight, at the 3900 block of Richard Coffey Lane. The 53 year old resident came out to find his medium sized Akita dog was missing. There was no damage at the property and it’s unclear how thieves made off with the animal without alerting those inside.
Thieves cause damage to Unionville home
A Unionville resident returned home to find thieves had caused hundreds of dollars worth of damage to her home. The incident happened at the 1700 block of Mill Creek Church Road July 25, where thieves broke in and stole several hundred dollars in weapons. That included a .40 caliber Smith and Wesson, a rifle with bayonet, a .22 caliber Marlin handgun and a motorcycle helmet. There was no damage done to the exterior of the property and its unclear how the thieves gained access to the building. Once inside however, the thieves damaged a windmill picture and its frame, along with the glass top to a kitchen stove, an old safe and put two holes in the hall.
Checks stolen from Weddington man’s car
A Weddington man walked outside July 22 to find someone had broke into his car. The incident happened just after 6 p.m. at the 200 block of Gatewood Lane, where the 55 year old went outside to find several checks missing from inside his car. There was no damage done to the vehicle and nothing else