DOBSON — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office has released the following arrest reports:
• Johnathan Michael Hunter, 36, of Logan Farm Trail, Pinnacle, was served criminal summonses June 24 on charges of passing a worthless check (Wilkes County) and injury to personal property, dated June 26 and May 28 respectively. He was given a June 29 court date in Dobson and July 27 in Wilkesboro.
• Dustin Jared Wall, 19, of Tenderfoot Lane, Ararat, was served a criminal summons June 25 on a charge of filing a false report to the police department, dated June 12. He was given an Aug. 30 court date.
• Kimberly Michelle Torres, 33, of Draughn Road, Elkin, was served an order for arrest June 25 for failure to appear in court that day on a charge of of failure to adhere to the mandatory school attendance law. The report states that this is the fourth court appearance that Torres has missed, resulting in a higher $3,000 secured bond and a July 20 date.
• Tina Dixon, 47, of Ramey Creek Road, Lowgap, was served a criminal summons June 25 on a charge of failure to adhere to the school attendance law. According to the report, Dixon claims to have been in the hospital and had her son stay with a friend who was supposed to make sure he went to school. Dixon was given a July 20 court date.
• Deborah Wall Wright, 47, of Fisher Creek Trail, Lowgap, was served criminal summonses June 25 on a charge of larceny, no driver’s license, no vehicle registration, and borrowing a license plate. She was given an Aug. 14 court date.
• Timmy Alton Stanley, 50, of North Wilkesboro, was served a criminal summons June 25 on a charge of larceny for the Mount Airy Police Department. He was given an Aug. 9 court date.
The Surry County Sheriff’s Office has released the following incident reports:
• Glenda Underwood, of Quaker Road, Mount Airy, reported a theft on June 22. She said between 8 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. someone stole two saucer-style patio chairs, valued at $50 each.
• Ashley Hinshaw and Zane Creed, of Cristi Lane, Dobson, reported a break-in of a vehicle June 23. They believed it was around 4:30 a.m. when someone broke into a vehicle and stole a Fossil wallet ($60), Under Armor duffel bag ($50), two metal dog bowls ($20), bed linens ($30) and financial cards that were in the wallet.
• Mitchell Ayers, of Lambsburg, Virginia, reported a break-in June 23 at a residence on Effie Lane in Mount Airy. He said the location was last known secure on June 9, but when he checked on June 23, someone had broken in and stolen some items. Reported taken were a large Craftsman tool chest containing tools ($2,100), Harley-Davidson motorcycle parts ($1,000), curly maple bedroom furniture ($400) and the queen-size mattress and foundation ($200).
• Kathy Pack, of Mount Airy, reported a theft at a building on Marshall Farm Road, Mount Airy, on June 23. She reported that around 10:30 a.m. she discovered two statues stolen: a boy and girl on a bench ($70) and an angel ($75).
• Denna Thompson, of Charlies Place Trail, Dobson, reported vandalism on June 24. She said between 11:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. someone threw nails down in the driveway of the residence.
• Joel Webne, of Glen Allen, Virginia, reported a larceny on June 24. He said he was on Raven Knob Road on June 21 from 5-7 p.m. with 15-year-old Cameron Webne. At some point while they were there, his Samsung Galaxy smart phone and Otter Box case ($600) were stolen.