Sheriff reports


Compiled by Terri Flagg - [email protected]



DOBSON — Mount Airy resident Wanda Marion reported on Aug. 5 to the Surry County Sheriff’s Office that a rifle had been stolen from her property on Turner Mountain Road. The firearm is described as a .22-caliber wood stock rifle made by Savage with a value of $100. Window glass and screen were damaged during the break-in.

• Calvin Boyd, of Cedar Ridge Road, Mount Airy, reported on Aug. 7 the license plate was stolen from his vehicle. The tag number was entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).

• Cindy and Mark Combs, of Rocky Forest Trail, Elkin, reported their property damaged on Aug. 7. A length of rope worth $175 was cut and two black rubber mats, valued at $60, were reported stolen.

• A motor vehicle break-in was reported Aug. 6 by Cindy Ross, of Ricky Lane, Mount Airy. Items stolen from the vehicle included an iPad, make-up bag, set of keys to a Ford Explorer, a book bag with clothes and make-up and a smart phone. The total value of the items was listed as $1,074.

• On July 31, Karen Montgomery, of Fancy Gap Road, Mount Airy, reported a break-in at her home and theft of a 42-inch television valued at $500.

• Leticia Resediz, of Rural Hall, reported on July 31 that tenants at Fox Run Lane, Pilot Mountain, caused $2,000 of damage to the residence.

• Mildred Overby, of Shallowbrook Trail, Mount Airy, reported her wallet stolen on July 31. The wallet contained cards, identification as well as $150 cash.

• A breaking or entering of a Preston Lane, Mount Airy residence resulted in several thousand dollars of items stolen. According to a report made by William Tucker on July 30, an iMac desktop computer, valued at $2,000 was stolen, as was a $1,000 men’s gold ring. The report also lists a red and grey duffel bag as stolen. The computer serial number was entered into the NCIC.

• A report made on July 29 said that a black Dodge Challenger belonging to Christy Prewitt, of Thurmond, had been keyed while parked at a residence on Hidden Hill Trail in Mount Airy, causing $1,000 of damage.

• Matthew Poole, a Maryland resident and Leonard Aluminum employee, reported a welder belonging to the company stolen on July 29. According to the report, the blue Miller electric welder was valued at $905. Various accessories, including a Miller gun, gas cylinder and pressure regulator, with a total value of $645, were also listed as stolen. The crime was entered into the NCIC.

• A $2,000 John Deer pressure washer was reported stolen on July 29 by Robert Marsh, of Shallow Pond Lane, Mount Airy.

• On July 29, James Mundy reported a $500 ATV removed from an unsecured outbuilding on his Oak Hill Drive residence in Mount Airy.

• Kelsee Lynch, of Harbour Lane, Dobson, reported $200 cash stolen from her home on July 30.

• On July 30, Gideon Simmons, of Reaves Mill Road, Mount Airy, reported a larceny and criminal damage to property located at Russell Road, Mount Airy. The report states that the residence was “left trashed,” with a value of the damage listed as $500.

Compiled by Terri Flagg

[email protected]

Reach Terri Flagg at 415-4734.

Reach Terri Flagg at 415-4734.

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