Surry Yadkin Electric reported that power had been illegally obtained by meter tampering on July 31, according to a report filed with the Surry County Sheriff’s Office. The total value of the stolen power was listed as $1.
Eileen Needham Cain, of Edenfield Drive, Kernersville, reported several thousands of dollars of items stolen from her property on Jessup Grove Church Road in Pilot Mountain. The items included $2,750 worth of jewelry and coins, three firearms valued at $500, a welding tool valued at $800, and a television, breadbox, and cedar chest valued at $635.
David Wayne Bowman, of Sycamore Drive, Mount Airy, reported 200 pounds of scrap copper stolen from an outbuilding at his home along with two orange drop cords and a set of jumper cables. The total value of the items was listed at $630.
Billy Auston Hudspeth, of U.S. 21, State Road, reported a gas can and a $500 generator stolen.
On Aug. 1, Penny Denise Wooten reported a lawn mower, two televisions and several household goods such as towels and makeup stolen from her home on U.S. 601 in Dobson. No value was listed for the items.
Ronnie Page Newman, of Old Highway 601, Mount Airy, reported stolen from his home a Nazi/German rifle bayonet, valued at $1,000, a digital blood pressure cuff valued at $150, and a flashlight valued at $48. The Aug. 1 report states that no damage or sign of forced entry was found.
Catherine Christen Reynolds, of Creed Road, Mount Airy, reported her handgun was stolen out of her ex-boyfriend’s wrecked work truck. The 9 mm handgun, two ammunition magazines and gun holster were valued at $610.