Police Reports


COUNTY INCIDENTS

The following incidents were reported to the Stokes County Sheriff’s Office in recent months.

Breaking and entering, damage to property valued at $300, were reported at 1351 Old Town Rd., Walnut Cove, on Nov. 23.

Larceny, of a Husqvarna chainsaw valued at 693.88 and a Stihl chainsaw valued at $350, was reported at 1872 Power Dam Rd., Walnut Cove, on Nov. 23.

Breaking and entering, larceny of various meats such as steaks, fish and chicken, valued at $880, were reported at 329 Ridgecrest Dr., King, on Dec. 24.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a Winchester firearm valued at $1800 and a trailer door valued at $100, were reported at 1175 Vineyard Rd., Westfield, on Dec. 24.

Breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, larceny of a purse valued at $400, sunglasses valued at $200, a debit card and driver’s license valued at $20 were reported at 1567 Hinsdale Rd., Walnut Cove, on Dec. 24.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a 24K cross chain valued at $70, a PlayStation Game valued at $49, make up and miscellaneous jewelry valued at $200, a red tool box and tools valued at $400, a bracelet valued at $100, miscellaneous jewelry valued at $200, and two Birth Certificates, were reported at 106 Del Ray Ct., King, on Dec.24.

Breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, larceny of a black purse valued at $10, a brown wallet valued at $5.00, $130 in cash, prescription medicine valued at $10, a capitol one credit card and New Bridge credit card, were reported at 4783 NC 89 E., Walnut Cove, on Dec. 25.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a Digital Express Photo Editing Disc valued at $150, a Bluetooth valued at $20, a black laptop case valued at $30, a camera bag valued at $40, four camera accessories valued at $25, a Padfone (Tablet) valued at $25 and an MP3 player valued at $50, were reported at 504 Burlwood Dr., King, on Dec. 26.

Larceny, of a gift card valued at $25, birthday and holiday cards valued at $10, was reported at 1155 Taylor Rd., Westfield, on Dec. 28.

Breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, larceny of a Taurus 380 Cal. pistol valued at $350 and a black Garmin GPS valued at $200, were reported at 1329 Middle Brook Rd., Walnut Cove, on Dec. 29.

Breaking and entering, larceny of prescription medication valued at $10, were reported at 4547 N.C. Hwy. 66 S., King, on Dec. 29.

Breaking and entering and damage to property, a lock hasp valued at $20, were reported at 821 Trinity Church rd. Tobaccoville, on Dec. 29.

Larceny, of $25 in cash and a State Employees Credit Union card, was reported at 1749 High Bridge Rd., Pinnacle, on Jan. 7.

A disturbance and larceny, of blue Xanax valued at $9, were reported at 118 Heritage Dr., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 3.

Shoplifting was reported at Dollar General, of 440 Mountain View Rd., King, on Jan 3.

Larceny, of $32 in gasoline, was reported at Cove Mart, of 111 S. Main St., Walnut Cove, on Jan 3.

Breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, larceny of two Backpack Leaf Blowers valued at $1500, were reported at 7677 N.C Hwy. 66 S., King, on Jan. 6.

Driving while license is revoked, first degree trespassing and larceny of food and drink items valued at $163.39, were reported at Food Lion, of 1072 N. Main St., Walnut Cove, on Dec. 31.

Larceny, of a Husqvarna weed eater and chain saw valued at $800, was reported at 1230 Old Lynch Rd., Pilot Mountain, on Jan. 1.

Larceny, of black pocket book valued at $20, a N.C. Driver’s License, prescription Oxycontin and Oxycodone valued at $130, a golden bracelet valued at $261, assorted rings valued at $1200, golden earrings valued at $35, golden lip ring valued at $18, two $25 Visa gift cards and a food stamp card, was reported at 1045 Mabe Park Ln., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 2.

Larceny, of hoop cheese, country ham and roast beef valued at $20, was reported at Webster’s Town Fork Produce, on Jan. 2.

Breaking and entering, larceny of hydroxycodone, Xanax and flexeril valued at $175 and a bucket of miscellaneous change valued at $50, were reported at 1787 Hwy. 311 N. Walnut Cove, on Jan. 2.

Larceny, of prescription Adderall, was reported at Danbury Courthouse, of 146 White St., Danbury, on Jan. 6.

Breaking and entering of a motor vehicle and damage to personal property, damaged paint on a Ford of an unknown value, an undetermined amount of CD’s and $20 in cash, were reported at 220 Brookcliff Dr., King, on Jan. 7.

Larceny, of four car refresh items valued at $10, was reported at Dollar General, of 4947 Hwy. 704 E., Sandy Ridge, on Jan. 8.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a sawzall valued at $40 and a skill saw valued at $40, were reported at 1095 Hanes Rd., Sandy Ridge, on Jan. 7.

Larceny, of a flat screen television valued at $500, ten bath towels valued at $50, $71 in cash, a jewelry box valued at $75, a dog lot valued at $200, gold dollars valued at $26 and a bicycle valued at $80, was reported at 1787 U.S. Hwy. 311 N., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 8.

Burglary and larceny, of a 24 inch flat screen valued at $250, were reported at 1050 Chelsea Dr., Germanton, on Jan. 8.

Larceny, of 20.93 gallons of fuel valued at $41.00 and a zip drive with video footage valued at $10, was reported at 7755 Hwy. 66 S., King, on Jan. 8.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a seven mm Browning rifle valued at $1,000, a Nikon Scope valued at $500, a Beneli Super Eagle twelve gauge shotgun valued at $1300, one 18”and one 16” golden necklace valued at $825, a Panasonic digital camera valued at $250, a Sony digital camera valued at $200, a black boog bag valued at $50, a diamond/ ruby ring valued at $150, a Dome ring valued at $150, a 1992 ASU class ring black onyx valued at $300 and a 1992 North Stokes class ring valued at $250, were reported at 2624 Lynchburg Rd., Westfield, on Jan. 8.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a helmet valued at $200, elbow pads valued at $50, Knee pads valued at $50, a poncho valued at $20, a wet weather top valued at $30, wet weather pants valued at $30, load barring equipment valued at $75, an e-tool valued at $15, two canteens valued at $5 each, a Rucle sack valued at $250 and a camel back valued at $35, were reported at 103.8 Creekside Way Rd., Pinnacle, on Jan. 8.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a Stihl orange and white chain saw valued at $200 and $60 in cash was reported at 1065 Chuck Ln., Pilot Mtn., on Feb. 3.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a Honda Pilot, valued at $8000, were reported at 2173 Hampton Rd., Germanton, on Feb. 2.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a Remington twelve gauge shot gun valued at $600, a 40 caliber handgun valued at $100, $20 in change, a Black & Decker weed eater valued at $30, an iPhone 5 valued at $300 and a make-up case valued at $50, were reported at 2042 Bolejack Rd., Germanton, on Feb. 2.

Larceny, of two Tork Thrush wheels valued at $800, a pair of Ford valve covers valued at $150, a pair of Edelbrock valve covers valued at $150, a pair of ribbed valve covers valued at $100, a used carburetor valued at $100, a used distributor valued at $80 and shoulder seat belts valued at $100, was reported at 8417 Hwy. 704 E., Madison, on Jan. 29.

Larceny, of a 20” Poulan chain saw valued at $200, a Troybilt jet blower valued at $150, a Sony camera with two lenses valued at $500, a Nikon camera valued at $130, 280 assorted DVDs valued at $1400, Steriline wire valued at $100, was reported at 1392 Ray Wilson Rd., on Jan. 28.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a 42 inch Samsung television valued at $500 and damage to a wooden door frame valued at $30, were reported at 1266 Bumpy Hallow Rd., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 29.

Larceny, of an IPhone valued at $750, was reported at 750 Meadowbrook Dr., on Jan. 30.

Larceny, of seven rolls of 35mm film valued at $42, two Cannon camera lenses, one valued at $150 and the other valued at $80, assorted Xbox games 360 games valued at $400, a USB cable valued at $60, a Verizon Note 2 valued at $650 and a Verizon tablet valued at $200, was reported at 1040 Pricilla Ln., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 31.

Larceny, of black leather jewelry, ten assorted Red Heart Wool valued at $69, clothing and 35 count craft paint, 48 count AA batteries, five knitting needles, a silver crest, silver pendent, three silver chains and a silver chain with carvings, was reported at 1090 Augusta Hicks rd., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 31.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a 46” Samsung television valued at $1400, 20” Visio television valued at $300, $89 in cash, fire safe valued at $100, a black leather trucker wallet, zip lock bag containing various business cards, a wooden bowl with various tax documents valued at $10, and damage to a door frame with door knob, door and deadbolt valued at $400, were reported at 1184 Payne Rd., Rural Hall, on Feb. 1.

Assault by pointing a firearm, breaking and entering, larceny of a 50” Westinghouse television valued at $500, a 40” Phillips television valued at $300, a lap top computer valued at $250 and damage to a front door valued at $250, were reported at 2048 Volunteer Rd. , Pinnacle, on Feb. 1.

Assault inflicting serious injury, burglary, armed robbery and larceny of a floor safe valued at $200, three medications valued at $100, damage to a 32” television valued at $250 and damage to the front door and frame valued at $100, were reported at 2541 Asbury Rd., Mt. Airy, on Feb. 1.

Breaking and entering, larceny of an SKS rifle valued at $300, a Mossburg twelve gauge pump valued at $250, a 9mm rifle Hi Point valued at $350, a twelve gauge double barrel valued at $600, a Sonya 55’ television valued at $350, a Kershaw field knife valued at $150, $150 in change, a Que Tech pool stick valued at $400 and damage to the glass door on a gun safe valued at $200, were reported at 1060 Elghannam Ct., Madison, on Jan. 27.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a Vizio 50” television valued at $700, a Colt 25 valued at $400, a women’s cameo coat valued at $50, a black North Face coat valued at $100 and damage to a bed room window valued at $300, were reported at 1070 Elghannam Ct., Madison, on Jan. 27.

Larceny, of a 45 caliber Springfield 1911 valued at $700, six Springfield magazines valued at $200, a London Bridge tactical bag valued at $250 and 50 count ammo valued at $20, was reported at 1025 J.P. Lynch Rd., Pilot Mountain, on Jan. 11.

Breaking and entering of a vehicle, larceny of a Taurus revolver valued at $400 and a North American Arms revolver valued at $200, were reported at 5144 N.C. Hwy. 8 S., Germanton, on Jan. 11.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a black Verizon Ellipsis kid’s tablet valued at $200, were reported at 1047 Bellinger Ln., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 12.

Larceny, of a well pump valued at $1200, was reported at 1311 Sisk Rd., Danbury, on Jan. 12.

Larceny of firearms, a Mossburg 410ga. pump valued at $400, a Winchester 12ga., mod 1200 valued at $800, and a Browning 20ga. with golden trigger valued at $1200, was reported at 3194 Hwy. 704, Lawsonville, on Jan. 12.

Larceny, of a Hi Point 9mm valued at $175 and an Acer tablet valued at $500, was reported at 2451 Hwy. 704, Lawsonville, on Jan. 12.

Larceny, of a propane tank valued at $100, was reported at 1149 Tilley Rd., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 12.

Larceny, of a two prescription medications, Tramadol and Klonopin valued at $44, was reported at 1124 Stewart Rd., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 13.

Larceny, of Military Discharge Form DD214, was reported at 102 Kellystone Dr., King, on Jan. 13.

Breaking and entering, larceny of a Magnavox 36” television valued at $250 and damage to metal door knob lock valued at $10, were reported at 102 Del ray Drive, King, on Jan. 18.

Larceny, of 42 Oxycodone, was reported at 1210 Fiddlers Ln., Walnut Cove, on Jan. 19.

Larceny, of $11 in gasoline and $15 in diesel fuel, was reported at Foothills Market and Grill, of 10788 Hwy. 704, Madison, on Jan. 18.

Larceny, of a yellow gold lavender ring valued at $100, a yellow gold amethyst stone ring valued at $200, a yellow gold Garnett ring valued at $150, a yellow gold blue topaz ring valued at $200, 1 carrot Cubic Zire 4G ring valued at $200, a white gold blue star sapphire ring valued at $200, a yellow gold emerald ring valued at $400, a white sapphire ring valued at $200, a yellow gold filled sulet heart watch valued at $200, a Fitbit wrist band valued at $125 and an 8” Dell tablet valued at $100, was reported at 1400 Ray Wilson Rd., Sandy Ridge, on Jan. 20.

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