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The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:


— Wanda Fay Young, 44, of 219 S. Church St., Union, was charged with criminal domestic violence around 1:50 a.m. Oct. 10. According to the incident report, Young stabbed a man in his left arm with a pair of scissors. She was transported to Union County Jail.


— Fredrick Jermaine Bates, 24, of 122 Horseshoe Circle, Union, was charged with criminal domestic violence around 11:05 p.m. Oct. 9. According to the incident report, Bates attacked a woman who was working at a local store. The report states Bates grabbed the woman by her hair, pulled her from behind the counter, and began hitting and kicking her about the body. He then took the woman outside and attacked her with a trash can lid, causing her to receive stitches to her right arm. Officers were able to initiate a traffic stop and transport Bates to Union County Jail.


— Rose Marie Lipsey, 53, of 207 Wilbur St., Union, was charged with shoplifting around 9:15 p.m. Oct. 9. According to the arrest warrant, Lipsey took a magnetic nail polish kit valued at $13 from Dollar General, located at 410 North Duncan Bypass, Union.


The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incident:


— Officers were dispatched to Provident Community Bank, located at 203 W. Main St., Union, on Oct. 9 in reference to counterfeit money. The bank manager stated a counterfeit $10 was found while the bank was counting a deposit from the Union County High School lunch room.


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


— A resident of Birch Street, Jonesville, reported on Oct. 9 that he communicated with a subject on Facebook Oct. 1-9 about buying a set of wheels. The subject sent the complainant his bank information, and the complainant sent $3,000 to the subject’s account. The subject sent the complainant a receipt via Facebook and told him the wheels would arrive in several days. The complainant never received the wheels, and the subject has since deleted his Facebook page and changed his phone number.


— On Oct. 9, officers were dispatched to a found moped in a ditch. The moped was a red VIP Future Champion model valued at $500. The moped was towed.

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