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DOBSON — A Mount Airy man was arrested on a felony assault warrant on Sept. 21. Dustin Neil Lawson, 26, of Sheila Street, Mount Airy, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon causing serious injury and misdemeanor larceny. Lawson was confined in the Surry County Detention Center under a $5,000 secured bond and scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 12.

• On Sept. 24, Michael Allen Bonin, 26, was cited for felony larceny of a vehicle and possession of stolen goods. Bonin, who was listed as homeless, had been entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) by the Mount Airy Police Department. The city police had issued warrants for Bonin’s arrest on Sept. 23. The suspect was booked into the jail under a $1,000 secured bond and scheduled to appear in court in Oct. 24.

• Rodney Scott, of Falls Mills Road, of Falls Mills, Virginia, reported a white window air conditioning unit stolen from property on McBride Road, Mount Airy. According to the Sept. 24 report, the unit was worth $150.

• Mark Austin, of Sycamore Drive, Mount Airy, reported a burglary on Sept. 24. The report states that the victim’s front door had been opened. No items were listed as stolen or damaged.

• Apolinar Figuerao, of Pilot Mountain, reported a burglary at the home of Maria Elgueroa, of Blessed Lane, Mount Airy. The Sept. 25 report states that a blunt object was used to gain entry to the residence. Stolen items included a blue cooler, $20; two Samsung Note 4 tablets, $800; tax papers, and a 64-quart Coleman cooler.

• Tommy Brannock, of Quail Run Road, Mount Airy, reported quantities of copper wiring and piping stolen from property on Westfield Road, Mount Airy. The total value of the copper was listed as $4,500.

• On Sept. 14, Henrietta Gwyn reported a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. According to the report, $850 worth of items were removed from the vehicle, which was located at Hairston Lane when the incident occurred. Listed items included an iPhone, a Kindle tablet, and a multi-color beaded item. Two credit or debit cards and four social security cards were reported stolen.

Staff Report

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