DOBSON — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office has released the following incident reports:
• Marsha Sloan Key, of 815 Mountain Park Road, State Road, reported the theft of a back hoe this week. Key said the back hoe had been parked at the residence since May 28, and she isn’t sure when it was taken. She noticed it missing on the morning of Oct. 14. The 1997 John Deere 410E model was valued at $29,000.
• Thomas Martin Hamlin, of Dobson, reported a stolen pickup on Oct. 9 from a location at 794 Old U.S. 601 in Mount Airy. Hamlin said the 2007 Dodge Ram (valued at $28,000) was taken between 12:30-1:50 p.m. by an unknown person. His AT&T phone and wallet also were inside the truck.
• Keven Joseph McLoud and Melissa Sue Clemmons, of 107 Belhaven Drive, Mount Airy, reported a break-in of a car at the residence between Oct. 11-12. Damage was done to the rear door handle on the driver’s side of the Toyota Camry. Taken from the car were two Cosco booster seats ($150), two Bass fishing rod-and-reel combos ($150), and a Kent children’s bike ($75).
A possible suspect was listed as a 33-year-old white male. According to the report, the case has since been closed by arrest, but the arrest report was not attached to the incident report.
• Edgar Lee Bowman, of Mount Airy, reported his car stolen by an unknown person while at a residence in Pilot Mountain on Oct. 12. The 1988 Ford Escort, parked at 1367 Carson Road, had an attached utility trailer ($2,000) carrying a lawn tractor ($1,200), Briggs & Stratton generator ($1,000), Troybilt tiller ($800), a pressure washer ($400), and a Yamaha Breeze four-wheeler ($700).
• Ruth King Snow, of 433 Reece Road, Dobson, reported a break-in occurred at the residence between Oct. 12-14. Taken from an outbuilding was a Hobart 125EZ welder ($400) and a welding helmet ($100). A possible suspect was listed as a 25-year-old white female, but the case is under further investigation.
• Robert Wayne Newsome and Freddy Ray Scott reported the theft of two firearms from a home in Pinnacle. Newsome, listed as living in King, reported that the larceny occurred at 873 John Mickles Road on Oct. 13 by an unknown person. Listed as taken were a Ruger P90 .45-caliber pistol with laser sight (valued at $650) and a Jennings .380-caliber pistol with pearl handles ($500).
• Samantha Dawn Twigg, of Hillsville, Virginia, reported her SUV taken without permission while in Mount Airy on Oct. 14. The 2003 Honda Pilot was later recovered, but not found were a U.S. Cellular Android phone ($100) and a woman’s wallet with Twigg’s ID and Social Security card inside.
The suspect was listed as a 26-year-old white male. The case is listed as closed by arrest, but the arrest report was not attached to the incident report.
• Terry Stephen Freeman, of 114 Next Door Trail, Mount Airy, reported a theft from the home on Monday. Taken from his bedroom was a plastic jug filled with about $100 in cash. The larceny was believed to have occurred Sunday between 1-9 p.m. A possible suspect was listed as a 19-year-old white male, but the case is under further investigation.
• Tyler Robert and Lindsey Goss Myers, of 230 Ben Watson Farm Lane, Dobson, reported a break-in on Monday afternoon. Sometime over the weekend someone broke into the residence and took an LG 42-inch Smart TV ($350), Toshiba 40-inch TV ($200), Playstation 4 and 10 games ($900), two Playstation controllers ($110), and a bottle of 60 gabapentin pills.
• Jarrett Lang Combs, of Mount Airy, reported a break-in at 2312 Westfield Road, Mount Airy, listed as Combs Automotive, between Monday and Tuesday. Reported taken was equipment from a 2017 Ford 550 Super Duty truck. This included a set of plug-in tow lights ($1,000), two clasp and hook chains ($150), two ratchet straps for wheel lift ($120), two ratchet handles ($160), and a cable bridle ($160).
• Jackie Renee Martin, of 290 Fowler Circle, Dobson, reported a break-in on Wednesday. Between 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, she estimated, someone stole a $2,000 lawnmower, an Acer laptop ($600), a 32-inch TV ($800), a 32-inch Hisense TV ($600), an HP laptop ($500) and another laptop ($500).