SURRY COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS


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

• Timothy Scott Brown Jr., 27, of Cornelius Avenue, Mount Airy, was served an order for arrest May 26 for failure to appear in court May 17 on charges of speeding, having no driver’s license, no insurance, expired registration/tag, and having a fictitious or altered registration/tag. He was given a $300 cash bond and a July 24 court date.

He also has a June 13 court date for charges of no license, no insurance and having a fictitious or altered registration/tag.

On July 10 he faces charges of driving while license revoked, having a fictitious or altered registration/tag, driving with no registration, and improper use of a dealer tag.

In Guilford County on June 8 he faces driving while license revoked and possession of stolen goods.

• Kailey Nicole Taylor, 27, of Campbell Road, Mount Airy, was served an order for arrest May 27 for failure to appear in court April 29 on a charge of driving while license revoked (not impaired) and also for unauthorized use of a vehicle, dated Feb. 27. She was given a $2,000 secured bond and a June 4 court date for the revoked license charge and June 29 for the unauthorized use.

• Amanda Golding Barneycastle, 26, of Gilmer Miller Road, Lowgap, was served a warrant May 28 on a charge of failure to pay child support, dated May 15. She was given a $620 cash bond and a June 28 court date.

• Johnathan Scott Hunt, 22, of Whispering Oak Drive, Pilot Mountain, was served an order for arrest May 28 for failure to appear in court May 18 on a charge of cyber-stalking as well as a criminal summons on a charge of larceny, dated March 31. He was given a $4,000 secured bond and court dates of June 4 and 25.

• Leticia Lorenza Orozco, 24, of Worth Street, Mount Airy, was served an order for arrest May 29 on charges of interfering with an electronic monitoring device and violating probation, dated Feb. 27. She was given a $6,000 secured bond and a June 4 court date.

• Joseph Lee Duncan II, 24, of Pratt Road, Mount Airy, was served an order for arrest May 30 for failure to appear in court on a previous charge of assault on a female. He was given a $10,000 secured bond and a July 10 court date.

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The Sheriff’s Office has released the following incident reports:

• Marshall Hawks, of King Park Circle, Mount Airy, reported property damage on May 25. He said around 5:20 p.m. that day he found damage to his 2012 Mitsubishi Galant sedan (estimated at $1,000 damage).

• Shahayla Alridge, of Mount Airy, reported theft from her vehicle on May 25. She said her 2005 BMW X5 SUV was parked on the shoulder of U.S. 52 under the Armstrong Road bridge south of Mount Airy from May 23-24 at 7 p.m. when she found someone had broken into the X5 and stolen her backpack ($20). Inside the backpack was a Louis Vuitton purse ($120), driver’s license, gun license, health insurance card and dental insurance card.

• Richard Connell, of Dobson, reported a stolen truck on May 26. Connell said his 2002 Toyota Tacoma ($4,000) was parked at a residence on Haystack Road on May 25 at 5 p.m. when he last saw it, then it was missing when he looked at 2 p.m. the next day.

• John Rees, of Mount Airy, reported a stolen leaf blower May 26. Rees, who runs Sam’s Lawn Service, said the Shindaiwa 32cc leaf blower ($290) was last known secure at 11:40 a.m. that day while working at a residence on Ingleside Way, Pilot Mountain, and it was missing 10 minutes later.

• David Mitchell, of Old Winston Road, Pilot Mountain, reported a break-in of a vehicle May 27. He and neighbor Travis Lawson reported the incident, which they said happened sometime between 8:30 p.m. the night before and 11 a.m. that day. Mitchell reported stolen at Echo trimmer ($180), Homelite leaf blower ($20), a 5-gallon container ($20) filled with $13 in gas. He also reported 54 Klonopin and 30 Vicodin pills taken.

• Michael Dull, of Hunter Ridge Lane, Ararat, and Myriah McCraw, of Gloria Drive, Mount Airy, reported a stolen package on May 28. They said a Porter Cable 20-volt lithium drill ($50) was inside a package left outside the residence on Gloria Drive. When they arrived at 6:28 p.m., there was no package at the house.

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