The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:
— Cheronnica Janay Means, 23, of 720 Lakeside Drive, Union, was charged with two counts of assault and battery around 5:25 p.m. on Feb. 26. According to arrest warrants, Means struck a woman about the head and face and struck a man in the head during an argument which occurred on South Herndon Street, Union.
— Shadela Crystal Holley, 20, of 303 South Herndon Street, Union, was charged with assault and battery around 5:25 p.m. on Feb. 26. According to the arrest warrant, Holley struck a woman about the head and face during an argument which occurred at Holley’s residence.
— Joey Lee Rice, 42, of 609 North Pinckney Street, Union, was charged with driving under suspension around 9:50 p.m. on Feb. 27.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incident:
— On Feb. 27, officers responded to South Pinckney Street, Union, in reference to the larceny of a trailer. The owner of the trailer had dropped it off for someone to use on Feb. 21, and when he returned to pick it up on Feb. 27, it wasn’t there. A witness saw the trailer there on Feb. 23, but another witness said it was not there on Feb. 24. The trailer is a black 14-foot dump trailer with ramps. It also has white rims with some of the dust covers missing on the hubs.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrest:
— Preston Maurice Neal, 29, of 926 Central Ave., Whitmire, was charged with driving under suspension (third or more), improper vehicle license, habitual traffic offender and improper child restraints around 2:35 p.m. on Feb. 27.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:
— A resident of Lowry Street, Union, reported on Feb. 27 that two male subjects assaulted him inside his residence. The victim said he let the subjects in when they knocked on the door, and they assaulted him, leaving a cut on his forehead and causing him to scratch his right knee. A coffee table was turned over from the assault, and officers found evidence near the table that was believed to belong to one of the suspects. The case was turned over to investigations.
— A resident of Strother Road, Union, reported on Feb. 24 that several items were missing from his residence. Items missing included a Tauras .380 handgun valued at $300, around $300 in coins and around 20 necklaces valued by the complainant at around $1,700. The case was turned over to investigation.
— A resident of Kelly Road, Union, reported on Feb. 27 that someone entered his residence between Feb. 12-27 and stole a semi-automatic Beretta pistol. He also stated the suspect went into his truck, which was parked in the yard, and stole another semi-automatic Beretta pistol and black nylon holster. There was no sign of forced entry to the residence nor the truck.
— A resident of Lockhart Highway, Union, reported on Feb. 27 that several items were missing from a jewelry box in the home. Missing items included a 1987 Union High School class ring, a 1988 Union High School class ring, a gold necklace with a pearl charm and a gold rope chain with a deer head charm. The items were estimated at a total value of $1,500.
— On Feb. 22, officers responded to the Old Gregory Cemetery property, which is located on Wilson Road, Union, and owned by the Union County Historical Society. The metal gate and fence — valued at $400 — was stolen from the cemetery, and the complainant stated the larceny took place between Nov. 15, 2012-Feb. 22, 2013.
— A resident of Columbus, N.C. reported on Feb. 27 that a business license was applied for in her name on Apr. 1, 2012. The license was issued for a business on McKanic Road, Union, and the complainant stated her wages are being garnished from the business license. A report was given to an investigator.