DOBSON — County deputies picked up a Dobson woman this past week who is facing nine charges in court over the next two weeks.
Shianna Jane Bowling, 34, of Watson Lane, Dobson, was served an order for arrest Aug. 2 on a charge of failure to appear in court July 24 on a charge of attempted first-degree burglary. She was given a $50,000 secured bond and an Aug. 17 court date.
Bowling has several pending charges on the court docket.
According to the county court calender, Bowling already has an Aug. 18 court date on a charge of assault and battery. She also has an Aug. 21 court date for counts of larceny, possession of stolen property and second-degree trespassing.
She also has a court date on Sept. 20 for charges of breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, possession of stolen goods, and resisting an officer.
According to the N.C. Department of Public Safety, Bowling was convicted in August 2012 for inhaling fumes for intoxication and giving false information to an officer.
In October 2011, she had two other convictions for inhaling fumes, two convictions for possessing intoxicating vapor substances, and one count of larceny. Also consolidated for judgment at that court date were four counts of writing worthless checks, counterfeit license, violation of vehicle registration and another inhaling vapors charge. All of these amounted only to probation and a suspended sentence.
In 2010 she had two convictions for larceny and one for shoplifting. She received probation and a suspended sentence for all three.
In other arrest reports:
• Terry Jones Long, 59, of Oak Grove Church Road, was arrested at his home Aug. 2 on charges of possession of meth (less than 1 gram), possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a drug dwelling. He was given a $5,500 secured bond and a Sept. 27 court date.
• Sheila Katherine Lopez, 32, of West Lebanon Street, was served an order for arrest Aug. 2 on a charge of failure to appear in court July 19. She was given a $5,000 secured bond and a court date the next day.
According to the court docket, Lopez has a court date Monday for possession of marijuana (less than 0.5 ounce), possession of an open container of alcohol in a vehicle. On Sept. 12 she faces counts of possession of stolen goods, driving while impaired, fictitious/altered vehicle registration, no valid registration, not carrying a valid license, and having no liability insurance. On Sept. 13 she has a charge for breaking and entering of a vehicle.
• Jeffery Wayne Shore, 47, of Purlear, was served a warrant Aug. 2 on a charge of failure to appear in court July 21 in Wilkes County. He was given a $610 bond and an Aug. 18 court date in Wilkes County. Charges in Wilkes are driving while impaired, failure to maintain lane, driving with a revoked license and probation violation.
While in custody, the sheriff’s office also served three orders for arrest for Surry County charges. Those were assault with a deadly weapon with a minor present, driving while impaired and reckless driving. He was given a $3,000 secured bond for those charges and an Aug. 15 court date in Dobson.
• Jaron Junior Bowman, 36, of Shady Circle Lane, Dobson, was served a warrant Aug. 2 on a charge of failure to appear in court May 30. The original charge was unauthorized use of a vehicle. He was given a $1,000 secured bond and an Aug. 22 court date.
• Timothy Scott Elledge, of North Wilkesboro, was served an order for arrest Aug. 2 at the Surry County Detention Center. The March 21 charge was for attempting to acquire controlled substance through forgery or fraud. He was given a $1,000 secured bond and a Sept. 5 court date.
• Alicia Michelle Atkins, 33, of Gast Road, Mount Airy, was served a criminal summons Aug. 3 while already at the courthouse in district court on a charge of failure to return rental property. The complainant is Leisure Tyme Rental of Mount Airy. She was given a Sept. 15 court date.
• Tyler Alexander Jones, 19, of King, was arrested Aug. 3 while at the courthouse on a charge of failure to appear in court June 16. He was given a $600 cash bond and a Sept. 21 court date. The original charges were possession of a schedule VI drug, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, driving while impaired, driving after consuming alcohol under age 21, driving while license revoked and speeding.