Update: Fourth Suspect Identified After Employee Pepper Sprayed At Dick’s Sporting Goods During Theft
Deputies say they have identified the fourth suspect wanted after an employee at the Salisbury Dick’s Sporting Goods was sprayed in the face with pepper spray during a theft.
Makayla Jackson is the fourth suspect to be identified in the case. Deneish Brown was arrested in Charlotte for her role in the theft.
Deputies are still looking for Jackson and two other suspects, Armani Cloud and Zjane Johnson. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call 911.
See below for more details on the case.
Update (Posted April 16, 2019):
Deputies say three women wanted for stealing from a Dick’s Sporting Goods store in Salisbury have been identified. One of the women is also seen on surveillance video spraying an employee in the face with pepper spray.
After receiving information from the public, authorities say Deneish Brown was arrested in Charlotte. Brown has been charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon in connection to the case. The other two suspects have been identified as Armani Cloud and Zjane Johnson. Deputies say Cloud and Johnson are currently wanted in the case as well as another suspect who has not been identified at this time.
Anyone with information on Cloud or Johnson’s whereabouts is asked to call 911.
Original Story (Posted March 18, 2019):
SALISBURY, N.C. — Deputies need your help identifying three women accused of shoplifting from a Dick’s Sporting Goods store in Salisbury. One of the women is also accused of using pepper spray on an employee after he confronted the woman as they were reportedly leaving the store without paying for the merchandise in their possession.
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office says deputies responded to Dick’s Sporting Goods on Julian Road around 2pm on Sunday, March 17th in reference to a larceny and assault call.
The suspects are accused of gathering various clothing items then walking out the door without paying for the merchandise.
Deputies say a store employee attempted to confront the suspects at the door but one of the women sprayed pepper spray in the employee’s face. The suspects then ran from the store and were last seen leaving the area in a gray four-door Honda Accord with a missing tag and possibly a second burgundy four-door car, according to a news release.
The store employee was treated by paramedics for being pepper sprayed. Anyone with information on these suspects is asked to call Lt. Chad Moose (704) 216-8687 or Deputy Justin Miller (704) 216-8700.