Nearly $1,500 worth of damage was done to three vehicles earlier this month, according to information from the Surry County Sheriff’s Office.
The June 6 incident occurred at the home of Gary Stanley, 46, of Edgewood Drive. The damage, which included scratches to the paint, grill and tire of a Dodge Ram, as well as the paint on a Ford Explorer and Ford Escape, was listed wiht the value of $1,469.
In other sheriff office reports:
• On June 5 that two no tresspassing/hunting signs were removed from the property of Marilyn Hoots, 60, of Knoxville Lane.
• Vandalism was reported on June 5. The driver’s side window glass of Tina and Rodney Caudle’s vehicle was broken while parked at their Coliseum Lane home. A BB type gun may have been fired to break the glass, according to the incident report.
• A chainsaw, pressure washer and a box of watches and knives were reported stolen on June 6 from the garage of William Collins, 63, of 227 Quaker Road. The total value of the items was listed at $900.
• James Crump, 83, of Shoals Road, Pinnacle, reported on June 6 that the metal lid on his mailbox had been damaged by unknown means.
• A children’s motor bike, valued at $500, was reported stolen from the home of Robert Sparks, 25, of Toms Creek Church Road, Pilot Mountain. The incident was reported to the National Crime Information Center, according to the June 6 report.
• Amanda Goins, 22, of Jerome Street, Clemmons, reported on June 6 her cell phone was taken from inside her car.
• On June 6, Darren Dollyhigh, 34, of Bunker Road, reported that his EBT card was stolen out of his wallet, which was located in his car.
• Jonathan Cook, 22, reported a breaking and entering at his home Ashley Drive in Dobson. According to the June 6 report, a window was opened and the home was entered.
• About $960 worth of cell phones were reported stolen from the home of Larry Morton, 40, on W. Pine Street. The crime is listed as breaking and entering on the June 6 report.