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The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:


— Rusty Levi Fuller, 21, of 109 Levi Drive, Jonesville, was charged with second-degree criminal sexual conduct around 10:25 p.m. Nov. 5. According to the arrest warrant, “Fuller did actively engage in sexual relations with a 14-year-old minor while in the City of Union. Mr. Fuller is 21 years of age, and knew that the victim was 14 years old at the time.”


— Tyler Edward McDonald, 18, of 212 Fairbanks St., Jonesville, was charged with first-degree burglary and petit larceny around 8:30 p.m. Nov. 5. According to the incident report, McDonald took $400 worth of photography equipment from a residence on South Pinckney Street in Union.


— Shaketta Jivoni Gray, 30, of 508 N. Church St., Union, was charged with false information around 9:35 Nov. 5. According to the arrest warrant, Gray intentionally gave a public safety officer a false name concerning herself on Oct. 27.


— Joshua Kennedy Sims, 27, of 108 Pine St., Union, was charged with criminal domestic violence around 8:25 p.m. Nov. 5. According to the arrest warrant, Sims pushed a woman into a wall, causing her to lose consciousness while at an address on Pine Street, Union.


— Robert Lee Gilliam, 66, of 132 Sims Drive, Union, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia around 1:50 a.m. Nov. 6.


The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incident:


— A Pauline resident reported on Nov. 5 that he went to Wallace Thomson Hospital to drop off a package, and when he returned to his car, he noticed his wallet and radio — valued at $220 — were missing from the vehicle. According to the incident report, surveillance video shows two subjects — one wearing a blue hoodie, white pants and the other wearing a dark hoodie, gray pants, and white shoes — enter the vehicle and leave, walking down South Boyce Street.


The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:


— Lucky’s Scrapyard notified the UCSO on Oct. 29 that someone turned in several grave vases to the scrapyard. An investigator was given photos and paperwork for the vases, which were valued at a total of $1,000.


— The owner of a residence on Monarch Highway, Union, reported on Nov. 5 that someone broke into the residence and stole several items. Missing items included a Dayton USA compound bow and six arrows valued at $350, two bags of clothing valued at $250, one set of hair clippers valued at $80, one box of makeup valued at $200, and one box containing a tattoo starter kit valued at $500.

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