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Public Records for Week of Sept. 17, 2020

Sheriff’s Dept.

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

Sept. 12: disturbing the peace, Deadmon/Turrentine Church roads, Mocksville; domestic assist, Lat Whittaker Road, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Shady Lane, Advance; suspicious activity, Joy Trail, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Dulin Road, Mocksville; domestic dispute, Swicegood St., Mocksville; domestic disturbance, larceny, M&DLane, Mocksville; burglary, Underpass Road, Advance.

Sept. 11: suspicious activity, Daniel Road, Mocksville; domestic assist, Chal Smith Road, Mocksville; suspicious activity, US 158, Mocksville; larceny, US 64 E., Advance; animal abuse, Junction Road, Mocksville; animal abuse, NC 801 S., Mocksville; suspicious activity, Boger Road, Mocksville; animal abuse, Fork-Bixby Road, Advance; fight, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; larceny, Cartgate Court, Advance; fraud, Ben Anderson Road, Mocksville; drug investigation, War Eagle Drive, Mocksville; trespassing, Castle Lane, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Williams Road, Advance; larceny, Howardtown Circle, Mocksville; burglary, Turkeyfoot Road, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Bermuda Run Drive, Bermuda Run.

Sept. 10: domestic disturbance, Madison Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, US 158, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Creekwood Drive, Advance, assault, Neely Road, Cooleemee; burglary, June Way, Advance; fraud, Deadmon Road, Mocksville; animal abuse, NC 801 S., Mocksville; fraud, Jasmine Lane, Mocksville; suspicious activity, NC 801 N., BermudaRun; animal abuse, Dublin Road; trespassing, Riverview Townhous Drive, Advance; unauthorized use of vehicle, Faith Lane, Mocksville; fraud, US 64 W., Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Turrentine Church Road, Mocksville; animal abuse, Rainbow Road, Advance; suspicious activity, Shadybrook Road, Mocksville; suspicious activity, US 601 S., Mocksville; suspicious activity, John Crotts Road, Mocksville.

Sept. 9: disturbance, NC 801 N., Mocksville; animal abuse, Rainbow Road, Advance; fight, US 601 S., Mocksville; disturbance, Farmington Road, Mocksville; burglary, Highland Road, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Landis Court, Mocksville; larceny, Doby Road, Harmony; burglary, US 64 W., Mocksville; suspicious activity, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; larceny, Wilson Trial, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Deadmon Road, Mocksville.

Sept. 8: fraud, Liberty Church Road, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Commerce Drive, Bermuda Run; disturbance, Woodberry Trail, Mocksville; sex offense, Williams Road, Advance; animal abuse, Yadkinville Road, Mocksville; suspicious activity, Vogler Road, Advance; abuse, Summit Drive, Mocksville;  domestic assist, US 64 E., Mocksville; harassing phone calls, Draughn Lane, Mocksville; fraud, Village Road, Mocksville; fraud, Baity Road, Mocksville; animal abuse, Salisbury Road, Mocksville; burglary, Gun Club Road, Advance; suspicious activity, Boxwood Circle, Bermuda Run; suspicious activity, I-40 MM 178.

Sept. 7: disturbance, Willow Creek Lane, Mocksville; disturbance, Hillcrest Drive, Advance; fight, Ralph Ratledge Road, Mocksville; suspicious activity, US 601 N., Mocksville; domestic assist, Valley Oaks Drive, Advance; fraud, Ben Anderson Road, Mocksville; disturbance, US 64 E., Mocksville; harassing phone calls, County Line Road, Harmony; damage to property, US 64
W., Mocksville; larceny, Bunkhouse Lane, Mocksville; larceny, Oak Leaf Court, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Duke St., Cooleemee; animal abuse, NC 801 N., Mocksville; suspicious activity, Cornatzer Road, Advance; trespassing, Main St., Cooleemee; trespassing, Gladstone Road, Mocksville.

Sept. 6: fight, US 64 W., Mocksville; suspicious activity, Dogwood Lane, Mocksville; robbery, Crepe Myrtle Lane, Mocksville; damage to property, US 64 W., Mocksville; burglary, Center St., Mocksville; domestic assist, Marlene St., Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Joe Road, Mocksville; animal abuse, Watt St., Cooleemee; larceny, NC 801 S., Mocksville; trespassing, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; animal abuse, US 601 S., Mocksville; suspicious activity, US 64 W., Mocksville; disturbing the peace, Juney Beauchamp Road, Advance.

Arrests

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

Sept. 11: Robert Branson Aug. 31, failure to appear in court; Natasha Elizabeth James, 39, of Statesville, intoxicated and disruptive; James Lee Leonard, 30, of Granada Drive, Advance, second-degee kidnapping.

Sept. 10: Meredith Sierra Driver, 21, of NC 801 S., Advance, driving while license revoked; Christina Gayle Jackson, 40, of Will Boone Road,  Mocksville, trespassing, resisting an officer, shoplifting.

Sept. 9: Matthew Cole Chapman, 31, of Fairfield Road, Mocksville, misdemeanor child abuse; James Joshua Rogers, 41, of Sunset Drive, Mocksville, larceny by employee; Patrick Sheehy, 51, of Underpass Road, Advance, multiple counts of obtaining property by false pretense, identity theft, financial card fraud.

Sept. 8: Darlene Michelle Helms, 49, of Belmont, assault; Barbara Jan Huffman, 48, of Fieldwood Drive, Advance, assault; Jeremy Matthew Parker, 38, of Lumberton, multiple counts of embezzlement by an employee.

Sept. 7: Christy Ann Frogge, 38, of Ralph Ratledge Road, Mocksville, assault; Amy Long Jones, 54, of Wilkesboro St., Mocksville.

Sept. 6: Michael Adolfo Warren, 24,of Elberon Court, Mocksville, damage to property.

Mocksville Police

The following are from Mocksville Police Department reports.

– Dustin Watson of E. Lexington Road was charged Sept. 1 with possession with intent to sell or deliver marijuana, and possession of marijuana paraphernalia.

– Chamaran Le’Cole Clodfelter, 25, of Point House Lane, Mocksville, was charged Sept. 12 on  warrant from another jurisdiction.

– Katherine Danielle Mossman, 28, of Pete’s Lane, Mocksville, was charged Sept. 12 with larceny.

– Bethani Ann Gallagher, 26, of Salisbury, was charged Sept. 12 with larceny.

– A report of child abuse on Summit Drive was investigated on Sept. 8.

– A larceny from Circle K on Valley Road was reported Sept. 12.

District Court

July 2: The following cases were disposed of during the July 2 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Pearce Dougan, assistant DA.

– Amanda Hope Beddard, assault, misdemeanor child abuse, deferred prosecution, 6 months probation, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, receive anger management treatment, do not be left alone with children, cost, $170 attorney fee, case to be reviewed in 6 months.

– Miltton A. Bonilla, simple assault, dismissed at request of prosecuting witness.

– Jacob Lee Crews, simple assault, dismissed at request of prosecuting witness.

– Raymond Francis Dixon, communicating threats, assault, dismissed, in compliance with deferred prosecution.

– Dennis Dale Gray II, interfering with electronic monitoring device, sentenced to time served, $1,980 restitution, cost, $360 attorney fee; felony larceny, dismissed per plea.

– Lynn Renee Lyons, driving while license revoked not DWI, possession of open container/consuming alcohol in passenger area, dismissed per plea; DWI, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 18 months, 2 days active/credit, 48 hours community service/credit, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment (credit), $200, cost, $390 attorney fee.

– Alajandro M. Martinez, operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment continued, cost.

– Andrew Kyle Sheppard, misdemeanor larceny, shoplifting by concealment of goods, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Sheila H. Tevepaugh, misdemeanor probation violation, probation terminated successfully; misdemeanor larceny, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Josiel Eduardo Tomas, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service/credit, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100, cost; reckless driving, dismissed per plea.

– Bobby Ray Tompkins Jr., assault on a female, dismissed per plea; assault on a female, sentenced to time served, cost, $280 attorney fee.

July 9: The following cases were disposed of during the July 9 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Annemarie Ernst, assistant DA.

– Michael Norman Absher, failure to wear a seat belt, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment continued.

– Justin Clay Allison, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver methamphetamine, maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver heroin, possession of heroin, possession of methamphetamine, dismissed per plea; possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, deferred prosecution, 12 months probation, 24 hours community service, cost, $390 attorney fee, cases will be dismissed in 12 months if in compliance.

– Bobby Edward Anderson, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, credit for substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, receive 20 hours counseling, $100, cost; fleeing to elude arrest with motor vehicle, reckless driving, exceeding posted speed, failure to dim lights when meeting vehicle, failure to heed light or siren, dismissed per plea.

– Bradford Bennett Jr., probation violation, dismissed, terminated unsuccessfully.

– Teresa Sue Broadway, assault, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Daniel Lee Brown, 2 counts misdemeanor larceny, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– W. Robinson-Canter, expired registration, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, failure to maintain lane control, dismissed per plea; 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, $225 attorney fee.

– Alberto Mejia Chavez, DWI, sentenced to one year, suspended 18 months, 90 days continuous alcohol monitoring in lieu of 7 days active, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $400, cost; failure to maintain lane control, dismissed per plea.

– Yulanda C. Gulien, unsafe lane change, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $20 install fee.

– Brittnee Starr Jordan, probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to 2 years, credit for 123 days, work release possible, DART program.

– Stephen Lee Lawson, failure to stop at stop sign/red light, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Roy Scott Little, take a wild animal or bird – buzzard, dismissed, complied with deferred prosecution.

– F. Gutierrez Mata, failure to stop for stopped school bus, reduced to unsafe movement, $50, cost.

– Michael A. Merritt, show cause, dismissed, paid.

– James Tyrek Morrison, possession of marijuana less than one-half ounce to one and one-half ounces, misdemeanor probation violation, dismissed, did not complete.

– E. Angulo Rodriguez, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, dismissed, complied with deferred prosecution.

– Tyeshia T. Royster, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment continued; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, dismissed per plea.

– Jamie Michelle Seats, failure to wear seat belt, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment continued.

– Eric Wesley Ward, speeding 88 in a 70, dismissed per plea; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment continued.

– Steven O’Neil White, expired/no inspection, carrying concealed weapon, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, operating vehicle with no insurance, failure to wear seat belt, driving while license revoked not DWI, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Caleb Mark Withrow, assault on a female, sentenced to time served, $197.50 attorney fee.

– Jeremy Bryan Wright, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assessment/credit, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, limited driving privilege/$100 fee, $100, cost; possession of open container/consuming alcohol in passenger area, failure to maintain lane control, dismissed per plea.