Reports from the Surry County Sheriff’s Office

DOBSON — Detectives from the Surry County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a scam reported by Marilyn Joan Dillow, 61, of White Acre Lane, Siloam, on Feb. 5. According to the report, Dillow made contact with a suspect online who mailed her wristwatches that turned out to be stolen and encouraged her to send the property to another address.

• Jack Edward Jackson Jr., 37, of American Lane, Mount Airy, was arrested Feb. 13 and charged with obtaining property by false pretense. According to a warrant issued by the Mount Airy Police Department, Jackson is accused of defrauding Goodwill Industries by paying $1.34 for $131.44 worth of goods. He is scheduled to appear in court for the felony charge on April 4 under a $5,000 secured bond. Jackson was also issued an outstanding citation of misdemeanor larceny by changing a price tag. A $200 cash bond was set that for that charge with a court date of March 9.

• Kelly William Wood, of Immie Lane, Dobson, was arrested Feb. 14 and charged with interfering with an electronic monitoring device. He was booked into the Surry County Detention Center under a $5,000 secured bond with a court date of March 17.

• On Feb. 6, Teresa Ellis Dillon, of Lessie Lane, Mount Airy, reported a vehicle stolen. According to the report, the vehicle belonged to Michael Shane Blaylock, of the same address. A crime information database hit quickly located the vehicle in a Mount Airy impound lot. It had apparently been left unoccupied following a crash about five days before the owners, who may have been out of town at the time of the theft, realized it was missing.

• Dianna Parr Chandler, 64, of Round Peak Church Road, Mount Airy, reported an act of vandalism and breaking and entering at her home on Feb. 5. The damage to the door frame and siding on the trailer totaled $600.

• Wilma Ann Shepard, 32, of Dry Rock Trail, Mount Airy, reported that an egg thrown at her house struck a window on Feb. 6.

• Christopher Reuben Clark, 32, of Hiatt Road, Mount Airy, reported a breaking and entering and larceny at his home on Feb. 5. According to the report, a flat-screen television valued at $1,200 was stolen, along with a $100 laptop, and miscellaneous articles of clothing.

• Rocky Feller Golding, 55, of Locklear Street, Mount Airy, reported a $750 television stolen from his home on Feb. 7.

• A truck-bed tool box and drill worth a total of $600 were stolen from a back porch, according to a Feb. 7 report made by Cheryl Draughn Saucedo, 53, of Watson Lane, Dobson.

• Billy Gray Bingman, 75, of Beagle Lane, Mount Airy, reported on Feb. 11 that three tires on two vehicles were slashed, causing $330 of damage.

• Tina Cromer Dixon, 45, of Ramey Creek Road, Lowgap, reported a breaking and entering where a suspect or suspects knocked a wooden plank off her door and stole a special edition pocket knife valued at $25.

• A N.C. license plate was stolen from a trailer belonging to L and H Farms, of Warsaw. The incident occurred at a non-residential building on Dry Pond Lane in Elkin.

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