High Point Police Department reports from Jan. 11, 2021.

Breaking and entering

• Tory Lamont Cobb, 30, Edgeworth Street, High Point, was charged with one count each of breaking and entering with the intent to injure or terrorize an occupant, assault on a female by a male over 18 years of age and domestic criminal trespass, Jan. 11.

Assault

• Brenton Ferree, 18 Cherrybrook Drive, High Point, was charged with one count each of assault on a female, felony conspiracy and felony accessory after the fact, Jan. 11.

Larceny/Theft

• Justin Blake Tucker, 32, Brittany Way, Archdale, was charged with one count each of taking or obtaining through a financial card transaction, obtaining property through false pretenses and possessing stolen goods, Jan. 11.

• April V. White, 46, Brittany Way, Archdale, was charged with obtaining property through false pretenses, Jan. 11.

Drugs/Alcohol

• Jaquala McClinton, 29, Pallas Way, High Point, was charged with possession of a controlled substance Schedule II, Jan. 11.

• Lerin Butler, 34, homeless, High Point, was charged with one count each of maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for a controlled substance, possession with intent to sell, deliver or manufacture controlled substance Schedule I and possession with intent to sell, deliver or manufacture controlled substance Schedule VI, Jan. 11.

Other charges

• Mitchell Monroe III, 55, Franklin Avenue, High Point, was charged with second-degree trespassing, Jan. 11.

Incidents

• Police assisted emergency medical workers with an overdose on Edgeworth Street. The person was revived with Narcan and declined any further medical treatment, Jan. 11.

• Police responded to the owner of a Cadillac Escalade whose debit card was stolen from his vehicle and used for fraudulent spending. The debit card was stolen from his center console while he was at a service station on S. Main Street, Jan. 11.

• Police investigated the theft of a license plate from a Chevrolet Tahoe parked in front of a residence on Samet Drive, Jan. 11.

• Police are investigating the theft of five catalytic converters from vehicles at a business on Market Center Drive, Jan. 11.