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L-R: Kyle Dean Tysinger-Lingafelt and Ginny Elaine Herald
Courtesy of Alexander County P2C website

Hickory Man, Lenoir Woman Arrested By Taylorsville Police On Numerous Charges

21-year old Kyle Dean Tysinger-Lingafelt of Hickory and 24-year-old Ginny Elaine Herald of Lenoir were arrested Thursday (December 8) by Taylorsville Police Officers. Tysinger-Lingafelt is charged with two felony counts of possession of schedule II controlled substance, one felony count of possession of heroin, along with single counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, assault on a government official, resisting arrest, providing false information to an officer and reckless driving to endanger. Tysinger-Lingafelt was also served outstanding warrants from Catawba County for felony obtaining property by false pretense, misdemeanor larceny and driving with license revoked.

Herald is charged with felony counts of possession of heroin and possession of schedule II controlled substance along with single counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with license revoked and resisting a public officer. Herald has a number of pending charges listed in Catawba County that include felony counts of possession of schedule II controlled substance and possession of schedule I controlled substance along with single counts of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with license revoked, seat belt violation and possession of an open container of alcohol in the passenger area of a motor vehicle.

The two suspects were taken into custody Thursday morning by Taylorsville Police and they were placed in the Alexander County Detention Center, where they both remained as of earlier today (December 9). Bond for Tysinger-Lingafelt was set at $62,500 secured. Herald’s bond was set at $30,000 secured. Both suspects have District Court dates in Taylorsville next Monday (December 12). Tysinger-Lingafelt also has a Catawba County District Court date Monday. Herald was scheduled to appear in Catawba County District Court Thursday.

[Story courtesy of Rick Gilbert, WACB]