SURRY COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS


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

• Several reports were filed related to break-ins at Oakley Self-Storage on Zephyr Road, Dobson, on May 11.

John Henry Oakley, Pam Wilmoth, Debra Riggins and Steve Boone all reported locks cut off storage units sometime between 10:45 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. that day. However, no items were listed as stolen

Sammy Collins, of Dobson, reported that his lock was cut off and tools were taken. He listed a five-drawer SK tool vault loaded with tools (valued at $4,500) and two pneumatic ratchets ($400).

• Robert Creed, of Hiatt Road, Mount Airy, reported a stolen dirt bike on May 10. He said between 5:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. someone came on the property and took a Honda CRF-80F motorcycle, valued at $550.

• Hayden Marion, of Ararat, reported the theft of a gun on May 1o. He said the Canik TP9 9mm pistol ($250) was at a residence on Shirley’s Way, Dobson between May 5-9 when it was stolen, along with a Bowtech CPXL compound bow ($300).

• Angela Ricci, of Mount Airy, reported a break-in on May 13. She said between May 5-13 someone broke into a residence on Clark Lane, Mount Airy, damaging the door and frame ($200 damage). Reported stolen were a 55-inch Smart TV ($500), a small Nextbook laptop ($180), about 60 assorted DVDs ($300), an iLive home theater system ($70), and two pairs of black boots, size 11 ($200).

• Keith Slawter, of Pine Street, Mount Airy, reported several items stolen from around his house on May 13. He said between 4 p.m. the day before and 2 p.m. that day, someone stole several items that were stored outside the residence, including five open-face Johnson fishing poles, four Zebco 23 rods, an 18-speed mountain bike, a toolbox filled with tools and a Marlboro tool bag with electrical tools. The total value of the items was $1,200.

• Level Cross General Store, on N.C. 268, reported a suspect drove off without paying for a full tank of gas on May 12. Bryan Hinson said the regular gas total came to $37.17 when the person left.

• Shirley Jessup, of Bob Jessup Road, Mount Airy, reported a break-in on May 12. She said sometime since the end of March someone had broken into an outbuilding and stole a drawer chest ($200) and a trunk with piano rollers ($300).

• Charlie Wall, of Shoals Road, Pilot Mountain, reported a stolen weed-eater on May 12. He said between 11 p.m. the night before and 11:30 a.m. someone came to the residence and stole a Stihl trimmer valued at $400.

• Myles Wilmoth, of Rockford Road, Dobson, reported vandalism on May 11. The Surry Central school teacher said between 9:30 p.m. the night before and 7:15 a.m. someone broke two front windows and the side window to the front door at the residence, doing $700 in damages.

• Leonard Builders, of Leonard USA Drive, Mount Airy, reported a larceny on May 11. Employee Mikeal Brown said between noon May 9 and noon May 10 someone stole four wheels and tires (Goodyears) worth $1,000.

• Darleane and Timothy Johnson, of Mount Airy, reported the theft of a vehicle from Devotion on May 11. They said the 1993 Chevy Blazer ($1,500) was parked on Happy Lane, Dobson, around 8 a.m. when it was stolen along with a tool box ($200) and spare tire ($80).

• Cody Collins, of Mount Airy, reported identity theft on May 11. He said that someone had used a false identity to obtain $5,000 in gift cards through Google.

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