DOBSON — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office has released the following incident reports:
• Kasey Tanner, of Creek Water Farm Road, State Road, reported damage to her property April 27. She said around 8:30 a.m. she found a broken porch light, with damage valued at $100.
• Two men reported stolen license plates at the end of April. Bill Vipperman, of Wayne Street, Mount Airy, said a tag was removed from his vehicle sometime between April 26-27. James Williams, of Belvue Drive, said a plate was taken off his Kaufman utility trailer between April 20-28.
• Stephen Simmons, of PRS on Park Drive, Mount Airy, reported a break-in at the business April 28. He said around 4:40 a.m. someone broke a window, causing $200 in damage, to gain access to the business. No items were listed as missing on the report.
• Tyler Thornburg, of Frieberger Road, Dobson, reported a theft from his vehicle on April 29. He said some time after 10:30 p.m. the night before someone broke into his vehicle and stole a Stihl MS261 chainsaw, valued at $500, belonging to his employer, Asplundh Tree Service, as well as his house key.
• Charles Easter, of Old Childress Avenue, Mount Airy, reported a break-in April 29. He said between 11 a.m. and 2:13 p.m. someone forced entry into the residence and stole his Sanyo LED flat-screen TV valued at $550.
• Edmund Horn, of Clemmons, reported the theft of a lawnmower battery April 29 while the mower was in Dobson. Horn and Larry Potts, of Red Hill Creek Road, Dobson, reported that the mower was at a residence on Haystack Road since November. When they went to check on the mower, the $100 battery had been removed.
• Adam Casstevens, of Round Peak Church Road, Mount Airy, reported a break-in of a residence on Old U.S. 52 on April 29. He said sometime after 6:30 p.m. the night before someone entered the location and stole several items, including a a Stanley 22-foot ladder valued at $100, Warner 8-foot ladder valued at $100, a sink vanity valued at $100, a box of silicon caulking tubes valued at $21 and a set of keys to the door knobs. He also mentioned damage to the drywall estimated at $75.
• Steven Payne, of Olivia Avenue, Mount Airy, reported a break-in April 29 at a residence on Sparger Road. He said the home was last known secure on March 27. Taken from the location were a bathroom mirror valued at $200, bathroom door with a $50 value, folding doors valued at $100, a bedroom door with a $50 value, bedroom mirror valued at $20, and carpeting valued at $135.
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