ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. (WBTV) – A Salisbury man was convicted and can serve at the least 9 months in jail from a home violence incident, based on a press launch from Rowan County District Legal professional Brandy Prepare dinner.
Carl Keith Brindle, Jr. of Salisbury was convicted by a jury this week in Rowan County Legal Superior Court docket of felony possession of a firearm by an individual topic to a home violence protecting order, carrying a hid gun, and fictitious tag. Following the jury’s verdicts, Choose Richard Gottlieb sentenced Brindle, Jr. to a minimal of 9 months to a most of 20 months in jail.
On November 3, 2020, deputies with the Rowan County Sheriff’s Workplace observed a automobile on Jake Alexander Boulevard that had a fictitious registration. A deputy made a automobile cease and located the motive force and sole occupant to be Brindle, Jr. Through the automobile search, a deputy situated a loaded .22 caliber revolver in addition to 59 bullets within the heart console.
A home violence safety order that had been entered in opposition to Brindle, Jr. on from January 21, 2020 was nonetheless in impact. This protecting order prohibited Brindle, Jr. from possessing a firearm. The choose who ordered the home violence safety order in January 2020 discovered that the sufferer had been positioned in worry of imminent critical bodily damage and that Brindle, Jr. had restrained the sufferer in a bed room and refused to permit the sufferer to go away. The choose’s order additional discovered that Brindle, Jr. had threatened to kill the sufferer beforehand and despatched her a photograph of himself with a gun in his mouth.
District Legal professional Prepare dinner acknowledged that she appreciated the trouble of Assistant District Legal professional Barrett Poppler and the Rowan County Sheriff’s Workplace in holding Brindle accountable for his legal conduct. Prepare dinner acknowledged that her workplace will proceed to aggressively prosecute home violence offenders to assist obtain justice for victims of those crimes.
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