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Public Records for Week of Sept. 3, 2020

Sheriff’s Dept.

The following are from Davie County Sheriff’s Department reports.

Sept. 5: disturbance, Allen Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Jerusalem Ave., Mocksville; disturbing the peace, Hillcrest Drive/NC 801, Advance; fight, Emerald Lane, Mocksville; fight, US 158, Bermuda Run; harassing phone calls, Dogtrot Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Hobson Drive, Mocksville; harassing phone calls, Riverside Drive, Cooleemee; suspicious package, Tatum Road, Mocksville; damage to property, Deadmon Road, Mocksville; disturbing the peace, Erwin St., Cooleemee.

Sept. 4: suspicious person, Spaugh Lane, Mocksville; larceny, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; larceny, Midway Drive, Statesville; domestic assist, Deadmon Road, Mocksville; fraud, Farmington Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Bermuda Village Drive, Bermuda Run; fraud, Howell Road, Mocksville; trespassing, Thousand Trails Drive, Advance; burglary, Jericho Church Road, Mocksville; suspicious person, NC 801 S., Advance; disturbance, Center Circle, Mocksville; disturbance, Patricia Way, Mocksville.

Sept. 3: domestic disturbance, Hope Lane, Mocksville; suspicious person, Michaels Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Center Circle, Mocksville; fraud, Cedar Cabin Lane, Mocksville; abuse/neglect, Cemetery St., Mocksville; domestic disturbance, I-40 MM 178; domestic disturbance, I-40 MM 174; suspicious person, Tara Court, Mocksville; animal abuse, NC 801 S., Advance; fight, S. Davie Drive, Mocksville; disturbance, Raymond St., Mocksville; fraud, NC 801 N., Advance.

Sept. 2: domestic assist,  Cedar Grove Church Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Sheffield Road, Harmony; domestic incident, I-40 MM 172; larceny, Lakewood Ave., Mocksville; disturbance, Center Circle, Mocksville; domestic incident, Cherry Hill Road, Mocksville; domestic assist, trespassing, Duke Whittaker Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Bobbit Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Pine Ridge Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Center St., Cooleemee; domestic disturbance, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; domestic incident, Gladstone Road, Mocksville; larceny, Jamestowne Drive, Mocksville; harassing phone calls, Casa Bella Drive, Advance, domestic incident, US 601 S., Mocksville; domestic incident, Lantern Drive, Advance; domestic incident, US 601 S., Mocksville;.

Sept. 1: disturbance, Acres Lane, Mocksville; fight, Dalton Road, Mocksville; harassing phone calls, US 601 S., Mocksville, disturbance, Jolley Road, Mocksville; suspicious person, Barnhardt Lane, Advance; domestic assist, Cedar Grove Church Road, Mocksville; larceny, Center Circle, Mocksville; trespassing, N. Lake Louise Drive, Mocksville; larceny, US 158, Bermuda Run; suspicious person, Hickory Drive, Mocksville domestic assist, Grannaman Drive, Mocksville; suspicious person, Eatons Church Road, Mocksville; trespassing, Gladstone Road, Mocksville, suspicious person, Landis Court, Mocksville; suspicious person, NC 801 N., Advance; fraud, Peoples Creek Road, Advance; harassing phone calls, S. Main St., Mocksville; sex offense, Salsibury Road, Mocksville; damage to property, Twins Way, Bermuda Run.

Aug. 31: larceny, Arbor Lane, Mocksville; disturbing the peace, Deadmon Road, Mocksville; animal abuse, Ben Anderson Road, Mocksville; harassing phone calls, US 64 E., Mocksville; fight, Edgewood Circle, Mocksville; fight, Jessica Trail, Mocksville; animal abuse, NC 801 N., Mocksville; domestic incident, James Road, Advance; animal abuse, NC 801 N.; suspicious person, Southland Way, Advance; suspicious person, Spillman Road, Mocksville; trespassing, Lat Whittaker Road, Mocksville.

Aug. 30: suspicious person, Bermuda Run Drive, Bermuda Run; suspicious person, Kosy Trail, Mocksville; suspicious person, Cherry Hill Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Grove St., Cooleemee; domestic assist, Stroud Mill Road, Mocksville; sex offense, Ralph Road, Mocksville; fight, Edgewood Circle, Mocksville; larceny, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; trespassing, Lat Whittaker Road, Mocksville; damage to property, Harding St., Mocksville; harassing phone calls, Allison Lane, Mocksville; domestic incident, Joe Road, Mocksville; harassing phone calls, Cross St., Cooleemee.

Arrests

The following were arrested by the Davie County Sheriff’s Office.

Sept. 5: Nathan Stone Gordon, 24, of Pinewood Lane, Bermuda Run; failure to appear in court; Lisa Rae Mitzel, 46, of Riverside Drive, Cooleemee, failure  to appear in court; Douglas Crawford Teague, 40, of Salisbury, failure to appear in court.

Sept. 3: Shawn Carlton Lovette, 48, of Raleigh, failure to appear in court.

Sept. 2: John Martin Ijames, 50, of Pine Ridge Road, Mocksville; felony death by vehicle; Jessy Keith Purkey, 20, of Spillman Road, Mocksville, trespassing, assault; Bobby Ray Tompkins Jr., 45, of Sheffield Road, Harmony, assault on a female; Sandra Dawn Tompkins, 44, of Sheffield Road, Harmony, assault.

Sept. 1: Lois Martin Head, 59, of Ridge Road, Mocksville, failure to appear in court; William Frank Vogler Jr., 61, of NC 801 S., Advance, 5 counts contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile; Latisha Nacole Young, 41, of Legion Hut Road, Mocksville, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Aug. 31: William Talbert Boger, 40, of McKnight Road, Advance, failure to appear in court, assault; Clarence William Brim, 30, of Oak Valley Blvd., Advance, communicating threats; Michelle Lynn Hamby, 45, of Salisbury, possession of marijuana, possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia; Jeffrey Wayne Massey, 47, of China Grove, simple possession marijuana.

Aug. 30: James Lee Leonard, 30, of Granada Drive, Advance, assault on a female; Charlie James Whicker, 52, of Essex Farm Road, Advance, non-support of child.

District Court

June 18: The following cases were disposed of during the June 18 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Pearce Dougan, assistant DA.

– Scotty Alan Hunter Jr., felony maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, reduced to misdemeanor maintaining vehicle for a controlled substance, felony larceny, reduced to misdemeanor larceny, breaking or entering, sentenced to 60 days, credit for 54 days, $350 restitution to victim, attorney fee, cost; possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver heroin, misdemeanor larceny, reconnect utility, dismissed; misdemeanor probation violation, probation revoked.

– Mandie Michelle O’Neal, misdemeanor probation violation, probation terminated unsuccessfully.

– Steven Dwayne Perdue, improper backing, dismissed.

– Gregory C. Scales, 3 counts cyberstalking, dismissed.

– Aniston Brooke Shores, driving while license revoked not DWI, give/lend/borrow license plate, operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed.

– Gary W. Sidden, assault on a female, motion for appropriate relief granted.

– Ian Michael Sizemore, larceny by changing price tag, shoplifting by concealment of goods, misdemeanor larceny, dismissed.

– Toni Lee Williams, driving while license revoked not DWI revocation, expired/no inspection, expired registration, dismissed.

June 25: The following cases were disposed of during the June 25 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Annemarie Ernst, assistant DA.

– Victoria C. Angell, misdemeanor larceny, second degree trespass, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– James Arvid Cannoy, hunting turkey with the use/aid of bait, hunting license suspended one year, firearm to be returned to owner, cost.

– Kristen Dianne Cass, possession of drug paraphernalia, sentenced to time served, $170 attorney fee; possession of methamphetamine, dismissed per plea.

– Jimy Chevez Castro, fishing on posted property, fishing without a license, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Raymond Elvin Deane, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, $50, cost.

– Margaret Elaine Hall, speeding 94 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $400, cost; reckless driving, dismissed per plea.

– Amanda Rena Robbins, misdemeanor probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to time served; misdemeanor probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to 120 days, credit for 50 days; shoplifting by concealment of goods, second degree trespass, interfering with electronic monitoring device, felony larceny, dismissed per plea.

Superior Court

The following cases were disposed of during the May 18 session of Davie Superior Court. Presiding: Judge Mark E. Klass. Prosecuting: Robert S. Taylor and Alan B. Martin, assistant DAs.

– Chad McKinley Davis, second degree sex exploitation of a minor, sentenced to 20 to 84 months, register as a sex offender for 30 years, obtain mental health evaluation, enroll in sex offender control program, work release recommended, electronic devices to be returned to owner, $540 attorney fee; second degree sex exploitation of a minor, sentenced to 20 to 84 months at expiration of previous sentence; second degree sex exploitation of a minor, sentenced to 20 to 84 months at expiration of previous sentence; eight counts third degree sex exploitation of a minor, dismissed per plea.

– Timothy Scott Zimmerman, sex offender on child premises, dismissed, in compliance.

DWI Court

The following cases were disposed of during the June 12 session of Davie DWI Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Steve Boone, assistant DA.

– April Lavern Chappell, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100, cost, attorney fee; reckless driving, guilty.

– Gabriela Estrada, DWI, sentenced to two years, suspended 18 months, credit for 30 days inpatient treatment, do not violate laws, remain on good behavior, surrender license, $500, cost.

– Tiffany Forscutt, DWI, dismissed.

– Brian Keith Hodges, DWI, sentenced to two years, suspended 18 months, 30 days active, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $500, cost. Appealed.

– Mary Jones McLain, DWI, sentenced to one year, suspended six months, credit for 7 days active inpatient program, credit for substance abuse assessment, $400, cost.

– Erasmo D. Servin, DWI, sentenced to one year, suspended 18 months, 7 days active, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $400, cost, $335 attorney fee; hit/run leaving scene after causing property damage, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, sentenced to 120 days at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 18 months.

– Ryan Christopher Smalley, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, two counts hit/run failure to stop after causing property damage, dismissed; DWI, dismissed, motion to suppress granted; possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, $50, cost.

– Christopher Ryan Webb, DWI, motion to dismiss granted; possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, sentenced to 15 days active.