Assault

• Manuel de Jesus Torres-Melendez, 42, Northpoint Avenue, High Point, assault on a female by a male over 18 years of age, Sept. 14.

• Jessica Michelle Williams, 23, Boulding Avenue, High Point, affray or simple assault, Sept. 14.

Larceny

• Michael Eugene Butcher, 49, Coltrane Avenue, High Point, larceny, unauthorized use of motor vehicle, failure to appear in court, Sept. 14.

Other charges

• Erica Gleason Coakley, 39, Waterstone LP, High Point, hit and run property damage, having fictitious, revoked, suspended or expired registration, operating motor vehicle with no insurance, two counts failure to appear in court, Sept. 14.

• Amanda Carol Kintner, Impala Avenue, High Point, failure to appear in court, Sept. 14.

• Quaneisha Rochelle Purnell, 25, Cedar Street, High Point, failure to appear in court, Sept. 14.

• Archie Leparis Deon Harris, 20, Suffolk Avenue, High Point, failure to appear in court, Sept. 14.

• Brittany Ta-quandra Johnson, 29, Sherwood Place, High Point, vandalism to real property willful and wanton injury, telephoning repeatedly for the purpose of annoying, Sept. 14.

• Donald Earl McDowell, 42, Kent Street, High Point, driving while license suspended or revoked, failure to secure load of vehicle, Sept. 14.

• Derek Charles Hudzik, 27, Cable Street, High Point, failure to appear in court, Sept. 14.

• Shamrock Lee Hoveland, 57, Forrest Street, High Point, failure to appear in court, Sept. 14.

Incidents

• Report of a runaway or missing person from a residence in the 900 block of Gaines Avenue, Sept. 14.

• Report of a missing person from a residence in the 400 block of Carey Avenue, Sept. 14.

• Report of shoplifting from a store in the 2700 block of N. Main Street, where the person was identified and warrants were taken out, Sept. 14.

• Report of a fraud in the 2400 block of Gordon Road, where a man said someone called claiming to be from DirecTV and offered a discounted rate if he paid part of his bill with eBay gift cards. He bought the cards and paid for three months in advance, later realizing it was a scam, Sept. 14.

• Report of vandalism in the 1200 block of Dovershire Court, where a vehicle’s rear window was broken, but nothing inside the vehicle was missing.