DOBSON — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office has released the following arrest reports:
• Courtney Nacord Long, 37, of Eleanor Avenue, Mount Airy, was served a warrant Thursday on a charge of first-degree kidnapping. The warrant, dated Wednesday, was for the Mount Airy Police Department. Long was placed under a $50,000 secured bond with a June 1 court date.
• Ricky Dale Sehen, 53, listed as homeless, was arrested on Monday on four counts. He is charged with two counts of failure to appear in court in April, larceny and being a habitual felon. He was given secured bonds of $100 and $500 for the counts with a July 5 court date.
According to the state database, he spent more than three years in jail (released in 2013) for felony breaking and entering, larceny and possession of stolen goods. In 2009 he had convictions for attempted breaking and entering of a vehicle, injury to personal property and resisting an officer. In 2008 he had convictions for larceny, trespassing, possession of schedule II drugs and drug paraphernalia. He has many other crimes dating back to 1982, including hit-and-run and assault on an officer in 2003.
• Stephen K. Goldsmith Sr., 32, of Kernersville, was arrested at the courthouse on Tuesday. According to the report, he allegedly showed up late for his court appearance for assault on a female, injury to personal property and interfering with emergency communications. A note on the report states that the arrestee’s attitude toward district court judge Marion Boone got him an additional charge of contempt of court. He was given a $2,000 secured bond with a July 12 court date.
• Cortney Paige Brown, of East Poplar Street, Mount Airy, was served a criminal summons for a sewage-disposal violation on Wednesday. The county government filed the complaint about the residence near the corner of Poplar and Woodruff streets on the north side of the city. She has a June 6 court date.
• Joshua Wayne Moses, 35, of Spring Hill, Florida, was served with an order for arrest Wednesday while already at the county jail on another matter. He is charged with two counts of failure to appear in court in February in Stokes County. Those charges were driving while impaired and driving with no license. He was given a $10,000 secured bond with a June 9 court date in Danbury.
• Kimberly Dawn Marshall, 51, of Lakeview Drive, Dobson, was arrested Tuesday at the home on three charges: assault, assault on a government official and resisting an officer. She was placed in jail with no bond given and a July 12 court date.
• Dusty Dawn Creed, 39, of Old Westfield Road, Pilot Mountain, was arrested at the home Sunday on the charge of injury to personal property. The complainant is listed as a J. Bledsoe. She was given a $2,500 unsecured bond and a June 7 court date.
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The Sheriff’s Office released the following incident reports:
• Jennifer Dickerson Webb, of Westfield Road, reported a larceny at the home on Monday. An unknown person stole outdoor furniture including a green and white two-seat glider chair (valued at $500), a one-seat glider chair ($250) and a rocking chair ($250).
• Matthew Ray Lawson, of Soldier Lane, Ararat, reported several power tools removed from the residence on Tuesday. These included an 18-inch Stihl saw ($350), Bostich cordless drill ($150), Dewalt impact drill ($100), Hitachi impact driver ($100), Bostich screwdrivers ($30) and a Ruff Tuff tool bag ($30). The suspect is listed as a 33-year-old white male. The case is under further investigation.
• Raul Garcia Cortez, of Elkin, reported a stolen vehicle from a residence on Santa Cruz Lane in Elkin on Tuesday. The 1997 Nissan Sentra, valued at $800, was later recovered, according to the report. The case is listed as closed by arrest, but the arrest report was not included.
• Gary Dean Potts reported a tub of work tools stolen from a porch on Pine Street Tuesday. Potts, a handyman, was working in the Toast area when his tools disappeared between May 18-20. Taken by an unknown person were a Craftsman impact drill ($100), two Craftsman power drills ($100), a 20-volt drill ($100), a grinder ($100), circular saw ($100), and the tub and miscellaneous tools ($200).
• Wanda Jane Crabb, of Lowgap, reported identity theft Tuesday. Between April 19 and May 23, someone used the victim’s information to withdraw money from her bank account. She estimates about $1,000 is missing.
• Dean Allen Shumate, of Wild Cherry Lane, Elkin, reported a break-in at his residence Tuesday. Reported missing were a men’s wallet containing $600 cash and various ID cards and credit/debit cards, a bottle of Opana pills valued at $30, a bottle of Klonopin pills valued at $50 and a bottle of Roxy, a schedule II narcotic, valued at $50. A possible suspect was identified as a 28-year-old white male. The case is under further investigation.
• Cody Frank Sawyers, of Radar Road, Ararat, reported a break-in of an outbuilding Wednesday. A padlock, valued at $10, was damaged to gain entry to the building. The report states that it appeared the suspect attempted to deprive the owner of a safe in the building, but wasn’t successful in removing it. Seized at the scene of the break-in were a hand truck, ratcheting strap, demolition saw blade, wooden-handled hammer and metal punch.
• Tabitha Renee Casstevens, of Shady Circle Lane, Dobson, reported a larceny at the home on Thursday. Reported taken were a Samsung Galaxy cell phone ($100), prescription medications, a bottle of Clinique Happy perfume, and a checkbook with an unknown number of checks left. A possible suspect was given as a 35-year-old white female. The case is under further investigation.