Police reports


• Tools and accessories with a total value of $653 were discovered missing Sunday from an unsecured 2000 Nissan Maxima at the Merritt Street residence of Michael Scott Haynes and Misty Dawn Hayes, the victims of the crime. Stolen were DeWalt products including two cordless impact tools, a holster, three batteries and a charger, a bag and an electrical bag containing miscellaneous tools.

• Sallie Michele Dunn, 45, of 240 Starlite Road, No. 8, the Starlite Motel, was arrested early Saturday on charges of malicious conduct by a prisoner, being intoxicated and disruptive and disorderly conduct. Dunn was encountered during a civil disturbance call at the motel, which led to her arrest and being pepper-sprayed during her transport to the Surry County Jail, where she was held under a $6,000 secured bond. Dunn is scheduled to appear in District Court on Oct. 3.

• Police were told Saturday by Gretta Marie Pack of Davis Street that her gold Apple iPhone and white case, valued at $700, had been stolen by an unknown white male suspect at the Goodwill store on Rockford Street.

• Albert Kendall Dumas, 43, of 116 N. Kirkland Ave., No. 18, Elkin, was arrested Saturday on charges of larceny and possession or consuming of a full container of wine, liquor or malt beverage on unauthorized premises. Dumas was arrested at Northern Hospital of Surry County and jailed under a $2,500 secured bond, with Sept. 21 his court date. Other details regarding the case were not listed.

• Candy Daneen Harold, 42, of 302 Stony Knoll Road, Dobson, was arrested Thursday at an Angel Street location on charges of resisting a public officer and possession of drug paraphernalia. Harold allegedly aided a fleeing suspect by sending text messages of police positions and directions of travel. She also was found in possession of a plastic container with a residual amount of marijuana, arrest records show. Harold was held at the Surry County Jail under a $500 secured bond and is scheduled to be in District Court on Oct. 12.

• The battery and catalytic converter, valued altogether at $450, were stolen last Wednesday from a Lexus, make and model not listed, owned by Angel Rodriguez-Vega of Pilot Mountain. The theft occurred while the vehicle was at Tony’s Restoration & Collision Repair on Snowhill Drive, where the victim is employed.

• Melissa Sue Mabe, 46, of 125 Sisters Lane, was cited for hit and run last Wednesday after she allegedly backed into a Criminal Investigation Division vehicle and left the scene without providing any information. Officer R.N. Bennett was able to locate her later, with Mabe to appear in Surry District Court on Oct. 3.

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