Surry County Sheriff’s Reports


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DOBSON — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office has released the following arrest reports.

• Allison Nicole Gunter, 24, of Sunset Drive, Mount Airy, was arrested Friday on charges of failure to appear in court and probation violations (the original charge was not listed). She was given a $10,000 secured bond with a May 24 court date.

In February, Gunter was on the county’s Most Wanted list after violating probation, which she received for possession of a schedule II controlled substance.

• Matthew Ryan Erickson, 26, of Ella Lane, Westfield, was served an order for arrest Monday for failure to appear in court. He was placed under a $1,000 secured bond with a June 6 court date.

According to the county court calendar, Erickson also has June dates for charges of breaking and entering, larceny, possession of stolen goods, and assault on a female. He has a July date for a charge of driving while license revoked (not impaired).

• Michael Travis Upchurch, 33, of N.C. 268 in Pilot Mountain, was served criminals summons on Sunday on the charges of breaking and entering and trespassing. He also was charged with violating his probation. He has a May 26 court date on the first two charges, then a June 5 date for the probation-violation case.

• Sammy Lee Gwyn, 34, of Cedar Ridge Place, Mount Airy, was served a warrant Sunday on the charge of assault on a female. The complainant is Cassandra Alaine Tate of Mount Airy. He has a June 9 court date.

• Douglas Wayne Honeycutt, 26, of East Pine Street, Mount Airy, was served an order for arrest on Saturday. He is charged with failure to appear in court on a previous arrest for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was given a $500 secured bond and a May 24 court date.

• Christopher Werner Leupold, 52, of Riverview Lane, Elkin, was served a warrant for Yadkin County on three counts of obtaining property by false pretense, dated April 6. He was released under a $5,000 unsecured bond with a May 16 court date in Yadkinville.

Incident Reports

• Tony Speaks Sr., of Mount Airy, reported a crime of obtaining property by false pretense on May 4. According to the victim, Speaks paid $960 for a vehicle on March 11, but the vehicle was never turned over. The suspect’s name was not listed on the report.

• Stephanie Dawn Villafana, of Cedar Ridge Road, Mount Airy, reported a breaking and entering on May 4. She said that a 50-inch Samsung smart TV was stolen from the home between April 24-28. The television, valued at $1,500, was a rent-to-own model from Aaron’s furniture store on Rockford Street, who is also listed as a victim.

• Three people reported an armed robbery at 869 Prison Camp Road, Dobson, on May 5. Ponciano Gutierrez Munoz, of Mount Airy, reported that a 32-year-old white male pointed a shotgun at his head and demanded his wallet and cell phone. Reported taken were $600 in cash, an LG prepaid phone valued at $200, a black wallet ($20), a Surrey Bank debit card and a Mexico I.D. card.

Victoria Elizabeth Lockheart, of Mount Airy, and Donald Gray Outlaw, of Mount Airy, are also listed on the report as being at the scene. The case is under further investigation.

• Authorities reported discovering a vehicle May 5 that had been reported stolen March 13. The victim is listed as Domanica Lena Hay, of Rockingham. The 2005 Honda Accord was recovered at 349 Campbell Road in Mount Airy. Listed as living at the address were Cynthia Irene Taylor, 52, and Kailey Nicole Taylor, 26. The case is listed as still under investigation.

• A breaking and entering was reported May 5 at 186 Marshall Farm Road, Mount Airy, by Susana Chiquito Sanchez and Victor Fernando Hernandez. They said that a known 52-year-old white male had entered the residence without permission. The report says the man was found and was in possession of marijuana. The incident report doesn’t list the suspect’s name.

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