DOBSON — Christopher Blaine Settle, 24, of Pegram Street, Elkin, was served with felony warrants charging him with breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering on Oct. 7.
Settle’s bond was set at $12,000 secured with a court appearance scheduled for Nov. 1.
According to Capt. Kim Robison of the Elkin Police Department, the warrants were issued in connection to an alleged multi-county crime spree for which Settle and three co-defendants were charged with 14 or more felony violations earlier this year.
• Donald Shelton reported a larceny at his Westfield Road home in Mount Airy. According to the Oct. 6 report, five fishing rods, valued at $550, and three golf cart batteries, valued at $600, were stolen.
• On Oct. 7, Ronnie Newman, of Old Highway 601, Mount Airy, reported a burglary that involved a suspect or suspects going into an outbuilding. A gray power drill, valued at $50, was listed as stolen.
• A $1,200 go-kart was reported stolen from Rickey Bradley, of Bradley Road, Pinnacle, on Oct. 10.
• Samuel Edwards reported the theft of an automobile on Oct. 11. According to the report, the two-door green Chevrolet Cavalier was valued at $2,000.
Assorted medication worth $200 was also listed as stolen from the motor vehicle.
• Three chainsaws were reportedly stolen from Archie Haynes, of Bunker Road, Mount Airy. The chainsaws were listed as valuing a total of $450.
• On Oct. 11, Tonya Ferguson reported a breaking and entering of her vehicle that resulted in the theft of several items. According to the report, a wallet containing $500 cash and four $2 bills, as well as various credit, debit and gift cards, was stolen.