Surry County Sheriff Reports

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

• The Quick Stop convenience store at 426 N. Franklin Road, Mount Airy, at the corner of Fowler Road, was charged with keeping illegal gambling machines on the premises on June 4. No individual person showed up in the arrest reports; the incident report says the case is under investigation.

• Glenna Beasley Clark, of Booker Street, Mount Airy, reported June 2 that someone had stolen a check, forged her name and cashed it on June 1. Clark said the check was in the amount of $75.

• Tracy Lynn Marion, of Herring Street, Mount Airy, reported a broken window on June 2. She said an unknown person threw a rock through a large glass window around 5:50 p.m. that day. The window was valued at $250.

• Michael Alan Caldwell, of Elkin, reported June 2 that someone had used his personal information to open a credit card account in his name.

• Ronald Athel Dollyhite, of Catawba, reported a larceny at a home on Mears Road on June 3. The Wilkes Community College employee said someone took a well pump (valued at $500) from the residence.

• Sabrina Renee Shumate, of Jonesville, reported the theft of her license plate while at a residence on Medley Lane in Thurmond June 4. The plate was taken from her 2000 Dodge Durango.

• Joan Elizabeth White, of Stony Knoll Road, reported fraud on June 9. The 74-year-old woman said a 34-year-old white female had scammed her out of an undisclosed amount of money on May 23. The case is under investigation.

• Altisource, of Atlanta, Georgia, reported vandalism at one of its properties on June 9. The company said between May 26 and June 9 an unknown person broke into a residence on Summerfield Lane in Mount Airy and damaged a toilet ($100 value) and drywall ($300).

• Bobby Ray Jones, of Odyssey Way, Mount Airy, reported a larceny on June 9. He said someone broke into his vehicle between June 8-9 and stole his car battery, valued at $100.

• Janice May Smith, of Cain Road, reported a break-in on June 10. Smith said some time on May 28 an unknown person broke into the residence and stole a snub-nose .38-caliber Taurus revolver ($400).

• Two men reported damage to two trucks while in a parking area on N.C. 268 in Elkin on June 10. Tommy Monroe Jones and Ronald Craig Green reported that a 2000 Chevy GMT400 had its windshield and driver’s window smashed ($600). Also, a Ford F-150 had a fog light broken ($30).

• Foothills Hardware, of West Dodson Mill Road, Pilot Mountain, reported a larceny on June 11. The business reported that sometime overnight someone broke into a Monster energy drink machine, causing $300 in damage to the machine, $50 damage to the coin converter and about $100 in coins and bills from inside. The business also reported the theft of a garden hose ($35) and damage to a blueberry bush ($20).
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