Surry County Sheriff Reports


DOBSON — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office has released the following incident reports:

• Carolina Expediters reported a break-in and larceny of a vehicle on Sept. 10. The Mount Airy company said the incident occurred while the 2008 Hino cargo truck was at a residence on Red Brush Road. Employees Jennifer Bennett and Janet Ring reported that 32 cartons of clothing merchandise was stolen with a value of $79,790. A possible suspect is listed as a white male, but the case is under further investigation.

• Pedro Marmolejo, of North Franklin Road, Mount Airy, reported a theft at his home on Sept. 2. He said sometime overnight an unknown person stole his Craftsman stand-up toolbox and tools, valued at $500.

• Christy Dawn Agnor, of Sarah Street, Mount Airy, reported damage to a car at the residence Sept. 2. The 2002 BMW 325i was struck by a motorcycle, causing $3,000 in damage, according to Agnor. The case says it was cleared by arrest of a 23-year-old white male, but no arrest report was attached to the form.

• Mount Herman Baptist Church reported a theft Sept. 2. Between Aug. 30 and Sept. 2 an unknown person broke into the church on Mount Herman Church Road in Dobson and took several items, reported Anthony William Hardy. These included a Stihl trimmer (valued at $100), Robin leaf blower ($150), and cornhole game boards ($100).

• Fire Marshal Doug Jones reported fire damage to a building on Martha Lowe Road in Lowgap Sept. 2. The garage damage was estimated at $2,500.

• Austin Dewayne Mabe, of Morton Lane, Mount Airy, reported a break-in and theft of his SUV Sept. 3. The 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee ($2,500) was taken along with a Remington .270 hunting rifle ($200), a Ruger .22 rifle ($180), a Garmin 320 dog tracking system ($900), two dog tracking collars ($150) and a Garmin Pro 70 dog wireless fence system ($300).

• Donald Paul Wilson, of Eades Lane, Mount Airy, reported a theft at his home Sept. 4. Wilson, who is disabled, reported taken a disability debit card with $500 on it, an EBT food stamp card with $240 on it, a government cell phone ($50), his house key and a car key to a Dodge Dakota. A possible suspect is listed as a white female, but the case is under further investigation.

• Amber Nicole Lawson, of McBride Road, Mount Airy, reported a break-in Sept. 4. She said someone stole about 10 items of clothing (valued at $100) and a large DVD collection with about 60 discs (valued at $200). A possible suspect is listed as a 35-year-old white female, but the case is under further investigation.

• James and Amy Linville, of Puckett Street, reported a break-in Sept. 4. Reported taken were a large metric tool set ($600), a Craftsman metric tool set ($50), eight-lug wheel ($125), five-lug wheel ($15), a bucket of scrap copper ($25) and $30 in cash. A possible suspect is listed as a 22-year-old white male, but the case is under further investigation.

• Hugo Andres Leos Estrada, of Quaker Road, Mount Airy, reported damage to his SUV on Sept. 7. Estrada said someone hit his 2002 Chevy Suburban, causing $2,000 in damage.

• Charlie Harrell Wall, of Shoals Road, reported the theft of a Stihl backpack leaf blower ($515) by an unknown person on Sept. 8.

• Melanie Dawn Smithers, reported the theft of a pistol on Sept. 8. She said the incident happened Aug. 25 while in Dobson. She said a black Rossi .38 special was taken by a 40-year-old white male. The case is under further investigation.

• Steven Allen Beck reported the theft of personal property at his rental property Sept. 9. He said between Sept. 5-9, the tenants on Rockford Road in Dobson removed from his rental residence a Maytag washing machine ($300), Magic Chef stove ($375), generator ($375), microwave ($150), a set of occasional tables (two end tables and a coffee table) valued at $200, and $75 in household items. The case is under further investigation.

• Kenneth Melvin Leonard reported the attempted theft of his SUV on Sept. 9. Leonard said a white male attempted to steal his 1998 Ford Explorer, then crashed it, causing $6,000 in damage. The case is under further investigation.

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