On the evening of Monday, August 3, 2020, at approximately 8:30 PM, the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by Troutman Police Department in reference to the vehicle that was reported stolen from Office Practice of Pharmacy on Sunday August 2, 2020. The vehicle was located by Troutman Police Department at a truck stop within their jurisdiction. Troutman Police Department arrested Jordan Michael Fisher, W/M, age 30 of Lenoir for Felony Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle. Fisher was also served with an outstanding Order for Arrest from Burke County. Alexander County Sheriff’s Office detectives responded to Troutman, NC, where they interviewed Fisher. After further investigation, warrants were issued for Fisher’s arrest. The charges are as follows: Felony Larceny of a Motor Vehicle, Misdemeanor Larceny, and Injury to Personal Property. Fisher is currently in the custody of Iredell County Sheriff’s Office, where these warrants will be served.
On Sunday, August 2, 2020, at approximately 11:30 AM, Alexander County Communications received a call in reference to a motor vehicle being stolen from the parking lot of Office Practice of Pharmacy, located off of Highway 16 South in Taylorsville at approximately 10:30 AM. The victim was cleaning inside the pharmacy when the incident occurred. Video surveillance reveals a person walking east on Carrigan Road toward Highway 16 South, down an embankment into the parking area of Office Practice of Pharmacy. The suspect then enters a white 1998 Toyota Camry, tag number HKM-5991, and exits the parking lot.
Alexander County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the help of Alexander County citizens to provide any information about the suspect or the location of the vehicle by calling the Sheriff’s Office at the following numbers:
Alexander County Sheriff’s Office (business hours, 8:00AM-5:00PM) (828)632-1111
Alexander County Dispatch (after business hours) (828) 632-2911
Alexander County Sheriff’s Office, Detective Hoyle (828) 352-7919
Alexander County Crimestoppers (828) 632-8555
Any residents of Carrigan Road who may have seen the suspect walking down the road are asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office or Crimestoppers. There is a current reward being offered by Alexander County Crimestoppers up to $1,000.
Authority of Sheriff Chris Bowman
August 3, 2020