DOBSON — Officers responding to a suspicious vehicle call on Jan. 29 at 1495 Pine Street in Flat Rock discovered an impaired and incoherent female in the front seat, according to Lieutenant Gerald LeFevre of the Surry County Sheriff’s Office.
When the officers helped the driver, Sonya Kay Chappell, out of the car, they discovered two concealed firearms, one of which was a stolen firearm. Methamphetamine and smoking paraphernalia were also allegedly found on her person.
Chappell was charged with two counts of carrying a concealed weapon, possession of methamphetamine, possession of a stolen firearm and possession of drug paraphernalia.
She is due in court on April 13 under a $25,000 secured bond.
• John Henry Wadsworth, 51, of Cedar Ridge Road, Mount Airy, reported on Jan. 31 a breaking and entering at his home that resulted in $100 of damage to the glass window of the mobile home and the theft of a 2006 Xbox video game, which was valued at $6.
• On Jan. 31, Kambree Kristyne Bennett, 27, of Buena Vista Drive, Pilot Mountain, reported a larceny where several items were stolen out of a car including two winter jackets, an iPhone case and several quantities of medication. The total value of the stolen items was listed as $303.
• Richard Shane Mabe, 50, of Old Westfield Road, reported on Jan. 24 that a suspect or suspects cut the lock on an outbuilding at his residence and removed a $300 Stihl chainsaw and case.
• Pamela Jessup Davis, 53, of Spoon Lane, Mount Airy, reported a North Carolina license plate stolen from her residence. The theft was entered into the National Crime Information Center.
• On Jan. 23, Michael Wayne Holt, 49, of Red Brush Road, Mount Airy, reported that his vehicle, a red Ford Focus, had been egged.
• A case regarding the reported break-in of a Federal Express trailer has been closed. According to LeFevre, the trailer had been left on the side of I-77 during inclement weather. One of the drivers, Vernon Alan Adams, of Pinnacle, reported the suspected breaking and entering. An investigation revealed that nothing was missing from the trailer.
• William Clay Draughn, 59, of Chestnut Ridge Road, Mount Airy, reported the theft of two chainsaws from an outbuilding on his property on Jan. 22, along with a nail gun and two chargers. The total value of the larceny was listed as $1,299.
• An employee of Hemmings Superette on Linville Road, Mount Airy, reported a larceny and vandalism where a suspect attempted to siphon oil from a barrel. The oil line to the barrel was damaged at a value of $10.
• Perry Eugene Scott, 46, of N.C. 268 in Dobson, reported on Jan. 21 $1,200 of damage to his wheat field by someone driving through it.
• Officers are investigating the theft of a black trailer valued at $800, which went missing from a Mount Airy property. The trailer belonged to Bob Allen Rowinsky, of Oak Island, but had been borrowed by Donald Gray McBride, of Banks Street, Mount Airy.
• On Jan. 21, Russell Lee McBride, of Park Drive, Mount Airy, reported that his white car had been spray painted on the side, causing $1,000 of damage.
• Michael Darrell Crawford, 40, of Simpson Mill Road, Mount Airy, reported his vehicle stolen from 116 South Reeves Mill Road in Mount Airy. The four-door beige Lexus ES300 was valued at $3,000. The crime was reported to the NCIC.
• Devon Lone Lunn, 37, of Cedar Ridge Road, was arrested on Jan. 27 and charged with felony breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering and misdemeanor assault and battery. Lunn is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 25 under a $5,000 secured bond.
• Anthony Dalton Stanley, 24, of Nicky Lane, Danbury, was served with a warrant from Forsyth County while in the custody of the Surry County Jail. Stanley was charged with possession of cocaine and is scheduled to appear in Forsyth County Court on Feb. 29 under a $16,000 secured bond.