DOBSON — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office has released the following arrest reports:
• Hannah Leigh Settle, 19, of N.C. 268, Ronda, was served an order for arrest Sept. 28 for failure to appear in court Sept. 5. The offense was not listed on the report. She was given a $25,000 bond and an Oct. 30 court date.
Last year, Settle was convicted of four crimes: possession of stolen goods, possession of schedule IV drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to comply with drivers license restrictions. The offenses came in 2014 when she was still a minor, and she received a suspended sentence and probation.
• James Warren Harrell Jr., 29, of Dozier Lane, Mount Airy, was served a warrant Sept. 29 for violating a restraining order. The victim is listed as Donna Harrell of Mount Airy. He was given a $1,000 unsecured bond and a Sept. 29 court date.
• Kandra Leigh McBride, 25, of Westfield Road, Mount Airy, was served an order for arrest Sept. 29 at the courthouse for failure to appear in court on driving-related charges: no vehicle insurance, no drivers license, canceled/revoked license plate, driving while impaired and possession of marijuana paraphernalia. She was given a $300 cash bond and an Oct. 17 court date.
• Elijah Blaise Calloway, 18, of Bon Aire Road, Elkin, was served a warrant Sept. 29 while in the county jail for previous charges of injury to personal property and communicating threats. The new charges are three counts of injury to personal property and one count of cruelty to animals. He was given a $2,000 secured bond and a Nov. 1 court date.
• Justin Trae Richards, 26, of Franklin Road, Mount Airy, was served two warrants Sept. 30 for nonsupport of a child. He was given a $4,127.13 cash bond and an Oct. 2 court date.
• Adam Wayne Rose, 27, of Hamlin Ford Road, Dobson, was served a criminal summons Sept. 30 for unauthorized use of a vehicle. He was given a Nov. 3 court date.
• Jason Tyrone Phillips, 35, of Woodland Drive, Elkin, was served an order for arrest Sept. 30 for failure to appear in court Sept. 15 in Yadkin County on a charge of larceny. He was given a $500 secured bond and an Oct. 10 court date in Yadkinville.