Surry County sheriff reports

DOBSON — The Surry Councy Sheriff’s Office released the following incident reports:

• Mitchell River Primitive Baptist Church reported a theft on May 26. According to Gary Alton Lowe, who reported the crime, some time between May 20-26 an unknown person removed a water pump from the well, creating charges of larceny and criminal damage to property. The well pump was estimated at $500 value.

• Luis Felipe Marrero reported a larceny May 26 at his employer, Smith-Rowe, on Old U.S. 52. Marrero said a black and blue bag valued at $20 was taken, which contained his bi-fold wallet valued at $15, debit card, EBT card, driver’s license, Social Security card and other items.

• Jeffrey Richard Brown, of Simpson Mill Road, reported a larceny on May 27. An unknown person or persons removed a decorative water fountain valued at $150 and a full gas can valued at $15 from the residence overnight.

• Rhonda Melissa Dupree, of Asheville, reported a larceny May 27 on Homeplace Park Road. Her 2001 Chevy Suburban was parked at a residence on the road when her license plate was stolen between May 26-27.

• Keith Allen Thomas, of Fireside Lane, Mount Airy, reported property damage at his home on May 27. He said someone shattered the windshield of his 2001 Dodge Durango with a large rock between 5 a.m. and 11 a.m. that morning, causing $1,000 in damage. A possible suspect is listed as a 29-year-old white female. The case is under investigation.

• Dillon James Dean, of West Pine Street, Lowgap, reported property damage to his home and vehicle on May 27. He said between 11 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. someone broke a sliding glass door, causing $300 in damage, a house window with damage listed at $100, and the driver’s window of his 2013 Dodge Avenger, causing $500 in damage. A possible suspect is listed as a 32-year-old white male. The case is under further investigation.

• Eddie Ray Adams, of Gaston Lane, Elkin, reported a break-in on May 27. He said several items were stolen including a backpack leaf blower valued at $500, a portable band saw value at $300, a spiral saw valued at $125, a toolbox with tools worth $150, a paint gun valued at $80 and an angle grinder valued at $25.

• James Dwight Crab, of Hersey Collins Road, Mount Airy, reported a larceny on May 28. Between 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. someone entered his vehicle and stole his car radio valued at $400 and his battery, valued at $150.

• Christopher Campbell, of Claudville, Virginia, reported a larceny in Dobson on May 29. Between May 20-21, someone took a dozen 5-foot aluminum scaffold walking boards valued at $100 from a construction site on Stony Knoll Road, he said.

• Venancio Torres reported a larceny May 29 on Locust Lane, next to I-77 in Pine Ridge. Torres and employee James Ray Steven reported five large batteries had been removed from the site between May 26-29. Named were a Kubota M9580, Kubota M6800, Kubota M8200,Case 590 Super L, each valued at $160, and a Chevy 70 worth $125.
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