Mount Airy man pleads guilty to drug charges in Surry County Superior Court

DOBSON — Nathan Dean Wray, 26, of New Creed Lane, Mount Airy, pleaded guilty to sale or delivery of a schedule II controlled substance, possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a schedule II controlled substance and misdemeanor larceny in an administrative session of Surry County Superior Court on Tuesday.

Felony charges of maintaining a drug house and conspiracy to sell or deliver were dismissed along with misdemeanor possession of stolen goods and possession of drug paraphernalia in exchange for the guilty pleas.

Wray was given a suspended intermediate sentence of 13 to 25 months and 30 months supervised probation, with 11 days’ credit for time served and 10 days’ credit for other.

Along with $1,757.50 in costs and $160 restitution owed, he was ordered to obtain his GED within 12 months of beginning probation and be evaluated for substance abuse.

• A 9- to 19-month sentence was activated for Jacob Michael Tate, 24, of Capitol Lane, Mount Airy, who was charged with a felony out-of-county probation violation. He was credited with 51 days served.

• Brittany Scales, A.K.A. Brittany Nicole Gibbons, 22, of Carter Road, Mount Airy, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering and larceny after a breaking and entering, charges stemming from a June 2009 incident.

She was given an active sentence of 5 to 6 months with credit for 109 days served. Court costs totaled $1,642.50.

• Prison sentences were activated for Robert Eugene McGee, 23, of U.S. 601, Yadkinville, who was serving a 24-month supervised probation sentence for a May breaking and entering conviction. For a Nov. 5 2014 violation, an 8- to 19-month sentence was activated. For two out-of-county violations dated Aug. 12, two six- to 17-month sentences were activated with 65 days credited for time served.

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