Police Reports


COUNTY INCIDENTS

The following incidents/investigations were reported to the Stokes County Sheriff’s Office recently. The information includes the area where it occurred, the incident and any additional information provided.

Larceny, of a blue toolbox, miscellaneous tools and a yellow leaf blower, all valued at $420, was reported at 2029 Madison Rd., Madison, on Dec. 10.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a silver and gray tool box valued at $50, a brown tool box valued at $50, a yellow tool box valued at $50, a Craftsman tool bag valued at $50, a half-inch drive socket set valued at $50, a 3/8 inch drive socket set valued at $50, four different hammers valued at %50, machinist tools valued at $150, plumbing and household tools and levels valued at $150, automotive diagnostic tools valued at $200, handmade tools valued at $150, were reported at 7908 NC Hwy 66 S., Rural Hall, on Dec. 10.

Braking and entering, larceny of a 47’ JVC television with IPod 4 connector valued at $1200, a 42’ Toshiba flat screen valued at $900, cash valued at $500 and $100 damage to door and frame, were reported at 3751 Beasley School Rd., Sandy Ridge, on Dec. 10.

Breaking and entering, with property damage valued at $10, was reported at 1309 Gordon Rd., Pinnacle, on Dec. 9.

Larceny, of assorted make-up items valued at $18, was reported at Dollar General, of 440 Mountain Rd., King, on Dec. 11.

Larceny, of a 2005 golden Buick Rendezvous valued at $4500, was reported at 117 Rolling Green Ln. King, on Dec. 13.

Breaking and entering, larceny of an IPad valued at $500, an Otterbox case valued at $200, a back pack valued at $200, and damage to a metal door, valued at $400, were reported at 3064 N.C. 770, Sandy Ridge, on Dec. 11.

Breaking and entering, damage to property, and larceny of quarters, dimes and nickels totaling $300, larceny of gold dollar coins valued at $12, Chinese dollar coins valued at $100, assorted Canadian coins valued at $40, mexican/ spanish coins valued at $200, Honduras coins valued at $100, England coins valued at $40, fruit cake valued at $5, and an Aerospeed fan valued at $20, were reported at 89 Farmer’s Market, located at 1628 N.C. 8 & 89 Hwy S., Walnut Cove, on Dec. 13.

Larceny, of two Laser Star Shower lights and a ‘peace” emblem valued at $43, was reported at 2353 Wall Loop Rd., Walnut Cove, on Dec. 12.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a large orange air compressor valued at $700, a chainsaw valued at $400, a weed eater valued at $140, a gray carry tool box valued at $500, cast ion frying pans valued at $120 and $400 in Dale Earnhardt Nascar models, were reported at 1025 Hanson Dr., King, on Dec 14.

Breaking and entering on a motor vehicle and larceny, of a black leather jacket valued at $400 and a variety of medications, were reported at Dollar General, of 1045 Dodgetown Rd., Walnut Cove, on Dec. 14.

Damage to property, larceny of $2000 worth of ground wire for a Verizon tower and equipment, were reported at 310 Trinity Church Rd., on Nov. 25.

Larceny, of $35 worth of Oxycodone, was reported at 3312 Brook Cove Rd., Germanton, on Nov. 25.

Larceny, of a Hitachi orbital sander valued at $55, was reported at 3876 YMA Camp Rd., King, on Nov. 27.

Larceny, of a Remington chainsaw valued at $215, a gasoline can and gas valued at $ 30, was reported at 1866 Frans Rd., Westfield, on Nov. 26.

Larceny, of a blue Toa-Toa scooter valued at $600, was reported at 114 Stephens Loop Rd., Stokesdale, on Nov. 26.

Larceny, of Noxzema valued at $4, Schick razors valued at $5, Always Infinity pads valued at $5, was reported at Dollar General, of 440 Mountain View Rd., King, on Nov. 28.

Breaking and entering, damage to property valued at $76, was reported at 1309 Gordon Rd., Pinnacle, on Nov. 29.

Breaking and entering was reported at 1038 Creekside Way, Pinnacle, on Nov. 29.

Assault, burglary, and larceny of assorted medications were reported at 1247 Dodgetown Rd., Walnut Cove, on Dec 1.

Fraud, larceny of a home utility trailer valued at $1000, scrap metal valued at $150 and $800 in cash, were reported at 1063 Gene Martin Rd., Walnut Cove, on Nov. 30.

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