DOBSON — Carlie Roxanne Quesenberry, 22, of Poplar Springs Road, was arrested May 4 and charged with felonious larceny, possession of stolen goods and two counts of obtaining property by false pretense. Bond was set at $1,000 secured with a court date of June 15.
• On April 24, Francis Ann Flynn, of Mandolin Trail, Pinnacle, reported a breaking and entering and larceny of $2,100 cash and pills from her home.
• Joann Tyson Snyder, of Westfield Road, Mount Airy, reported on April 24 an incident where a suspect pried around her van door and broke the driver side window. The window was valued at $300.
• Tonya Holt Ogburn, of Volunteer Road, Pinnacle, reported on April 24 the theft of a push lawnmower, valued at $100, that had been stored in an open carport on East U.S. 52 Bypass in Pilot Mountain.
• Charles Jason Parks, of Old Highway 601, Mount Airy, reported two tires on his Toyota Prius cut, causing $350 damage.
• A breaking and entering was reported at Flat Rock Pentecostal Holiness Church on Pentecostal Holiness Church Road, Mount Airy by the church’s pastor, David Jesse Sparks. According to the April 23 report, the door to an outbuilding was forced open and damaged, and a Husqvarna straight shaft weed-eater stolen. The total value of the damage and stolen property was listed as $420.
• Cynthia Pratt McCraw, of Smith Landing Road, reported a suspect damaged the sliding glass door frame during an attempt to gain entry to her residence. The damage to the door frame was valued at $150.
• Karen Deborah Cole, of Pinecone Lane, Mount Airy, reported a larceny of $200 cash from her residence on April 23.
• Anthony Gene Temoney Jr., of Oakridge Circle, Mount Airy, reported a Glock semi-automatic handgun stolen from his Ford Ranger. The handgun was valued at $400.