Surry County Sheriff’s Reports


By Jeff Linville - [email protected]



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

• Hilda Hall, of Kennel Lane, Dobson, reported a break-in on June 1. She and Matthew Hall reported that an outbuilding had been broken into between May 28 and June 1 and two items stolen: a Schwinn Cruiser ($150 value) and a Worx WG151 trimmer ($100).

• Barbara Hiatt Nester, of East Pine Street, reported June 1 that someone had stolen her BB&T financial card and was using it to make fraudulent purchases on May 30.

• Anthony Chilton, of East Pine Street, reported a theft on June 1. He said someone came on the property and stole several items: a Stihl FS240R trimmer ($642), Husqvarna 455 chain saw ($481), Dewalt air compressor, Porter router, Dewalt impact drill and a socket set.

• Randal Wall, of Fisher Peak Trail, Lowgap, reported a break-in on June 2. He discovered the crime at 6 a.m. Reported stolen were a Frigidaire air conditioner unit ($125), another A/C unit ($125), and electronic devices. Two of the items were listed as being recovered during the inspection, but it was still classified as under further investigation.

• Patrick Boyd, of Pilot Mountain, reported larceny from his motorcycle June 2 while it was parked in the area of Red Brush Road and Old Toast Road between 2 p.m. and 4:36 p.m. The bike was listed as a 2007 Kawasaki Ninja. Reported stolen were a backpack ($20), wallet ($20), Samsung Galaxy smart phone ($400), Scorpion Covert motorcycle helmet ($192), a computer graphics card ($50), and two debit cards.

• Anthony Nelson, of Mount Airy, reported a stolen motorcycle on June 3. He said the bike was last known secure May 26 on Ashley Lane, but was gone when he returned at 10 p.m. on June 2. The 1978 Harley-Davidson FXS Lowrider was valued at $8,000.

• Three residents in State Road reported a round of mailbox baseball on June 3. Reella Ball, of Longpoint Lane, Natasha Spencer, New Haven Trail, and Walt Tayloe, New Haven Trail, all reported damage sometime between 5 p.m. the day before and 9:15 a.m. that day.

• Christopher Bowman, of Old Lowgap Road South, Mount Airy, reported June 3 that his mailbox had been stolen overnight.

• Chad Smith, of Martha Lowe Road, Lowgap, reported a break-in June 3. He said sometime between 6:40 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. someone broke into the residence and stole an RCA 50-inch TV, some antique 1950s Coca-Cola bottles and a Coca-Cola crate, and four blue Mason jars.

• Howard Tate, of Springfield Road, Pilot Mountain, reported a break-in of a vehicle June 3. He said sometime between May 30 and June 3 someone broke into his 1987 Dodge Ram and stole a $300 trimmer.

• Paul Collins, of Pilot Mountain, reported a stolen truck on June 3. He said his 1994 Chevy GMT-400 truck (valued at $1,000) was parked at a residence on Roxboro Lane in Ararat (listed as the residence of Tommy Jackson II) since last fall, but wasn’t there when he checked on it June 3.

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By Jeff Linville

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