Surry County Sheriff reports


DOBSON — A license plate was stolen from a vehicle belonging to Herman Nichols, of Toast Road, Mount Airy, according to a Nov. 9 report made to the Surry County Sheriff’s Office. The plate was valued at $50 and the theft was entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).

• An incident of vandalism was reported to the sheriff’s office on Nov. 9 where the back glass, windshield and tire of a vehicle belonging to Valerie Zollman, of Sparta, were damaged. The incident occurred at a residence on New Crosswinds Drive, Mount Airy, according to the report. Damage to the vehicle totaled $500.

• Donald Hawks, of Cranberry Lane, made a report involving the theft of his checkbook on Nov. 9. The report indicates a suspect took the victim’s checkbook without permission and wrote a check.

• On Nov. 6, Taylor Mills, of Slate Road, reported her $300 iPhone 6 stolen.

• A breaking and entering that resulted in the larceny of medication was reported on Nov. 6. Johnny Money, of Thurmond Road, Thurmond, reported his wallet stolen, which contained a gas card and identification, $40, various keys, $15, along with 64 morphine pills and 180 Klonopin.

• Gregory Clark, of Bryant Mill Road, Ararat, reported a breaking and entering of a residence on Hiatt Road, Mount Airy. The Nov. 5 report states that a garage door was pried open and the following items were stolen: A black four-wheeler, valued at $3,500, a pressure washer, $350, a flat-screen television, $500, and a $275 racing style starter vehicle motor.

• On Nov. 5, a report was made regarding a breaking and entering at the Maple Drive, Mount Airy home of Sandra Burns and Joanne Yarborough. A suspect or suspects entered the basement and removed items including hand tools such as screwdrivers, old baseball cards and old model cars. The total value of the items was listed as $250.

• Randall Wall was the victim of a breaking and entering of his Bill Drive home in Mount Airy, according to a Nov. 5 report. Stolen property included three portable oxygen tanks, a flat-screen television, a pressure washer and an older “box-style” television with a built-in DVD player, with a total value of $1,330. Damage to a broken window at the front of the residence totaled $200.

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