Sheriff’s Briefs


First Posted: 12/7/2009

ARRESTS
– Robert Jeremy Haynes, 23, of 175 Charles Beck Lane, Ararat, was arrested on Dec. 1 on charges of misdemeanor resist, obstruct, delay; felony true bill of indictment for first-degree burglary; and felony true bill indecent liberties with a child. Bond was set at $51,000 secured.
– Kevin Dwayne Bennett, 32, of 1210 Bryant Road, Pilot Mountain, was arrested on Dec. 1 on a charge of felony assault inflicting serious bodily injury.
– Brittany Nicole McGee, 23, of 179 Marcus Tucker Road, was arrested on Dec. 1 on a charge of felony failure to appear for breaking and entering, felony failure to appear for larceny, and misdemeanor injury to real property. Bond is $2,000 secured.
– Kristie Lynn Needham, 28, of 1007 South Main Street, Mount Airy, was arrested on Dec. 5 on charges of felony obtaining a controlled substance by fraud/forgery and felony obtaining a controlled substance by misrepresenting oneself. Needham was released on written promise with a trial date of Jan. 20.
– Shevy Allan Kittle, 19, of 125 Atlas Lane, Mount Airy, was arrested on Dec. 6 on a warrant for 22 counts of felony breaking and entering a motor vehicle, 11 counts felony larceny, felony larceny of a motor vehicle, 13 counts misdemeanor larceny, two counts felony breaking and entering, and misdemeanor injury to personal property. Bond was set at $25,000 secured. Kittle will appear before the Surry County District Court in Dobson on Jan. 20.
– Breaking and entering and larceny were reported on Nov. 25 at 125 Mason Road, Mount Airy, when a subject stole a $250 laptop and a $1,000 rifle from a residence.
– Criminal damage to property was reported on Nov. 25 at 1236 Stony Knoll Road, Dobson, when a subject broke the windshield to a vehicle, causing $300 damage.
– Burglary by forcible entry and criminal damage to property were reported on Nov. 26 at 1204 CC Camp Road, Elkin, when someone broke into a residence, causing $100 damage to the back door.
– Criminal damage to property was reported on Nov. 27 at 1106 Union Hill Road, Thurmond, when a subject caused $150 damage to a metal fence and $1,750 to English boxwoods at entrance to property.
– Breaking and entering, larceny, and property damage were reported on Nov. 27 at Seal Brothers Construction on W. Pine Street, Mount Airy, when a subject stole tools worth a total of $525 and caused $40 damage to master locks.
– Breaking and entering and larceny of a firearm were reported on Nov. 25 at 546 Haynes Road, Dobson, when a subject stole a $200 shotgun.
– Breaking and entering, larceny, and property damage were reported on Nov. 29 at 117 Belton Road, Mount Airy, when a subject stole $200 speakers from a vehicle, causing $700 damage to the rear glass.
– Property damage was reported on Nov. 29 at 154 Lone Ranger Trail, Mount Airy, when someone knocked down a mailbox, causing $35 damage.
– Larceny was reported on Dec. 4 at 198 Farmbrook Road, Mount Airy, when a subject stole registration plates off of a vehicle.
– Breaking and entering, larceny, and recovered property were reported on Dec. 4 at 148 Gwyn Avenue, Mount Airy, when a subject stole a $300 vanity, a $500 refrigerator, a $350 window air conditioner unit, a $60 light fixtures, a $50 door bell, and a $200 power meter and caused $150 damage to a window.
– Burglary by forcible entry and larceny from a residence were reported on Dec. 5 at 8442 Highway 268, Dobson, when someone stole $1,000 antique kerosene lamps from a residence.
– Damage to property was reported on Dec. 5 at 1478 Mount Herman Church Road, Mount Airy, when a subject knocked down a mailbox, causing $25 damage.
– Criminal damage to property was reported on Dec. 6 at 3175 Cook School Road, Pilot Mountain, when someone hit a vehicle with a baseball bat, causing $1,758 damage.
– Breaking and entering, larceny, and criminal damage to property were reported on Dec. 6 at 493 Salem Wood Trail, Dobson, when a subject stole an $800 bracelet, a $200 briefcase, and social security cards and passports and caused $200 damage to the bedroom window.

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