Pilot Mountain News

Pilot Mountain police reports

The following incident/investigation reports were filed by the Pilot Mountain Police Department:

• A report of a lost/stolen wallet was filed on Sept. 9 at the Food Lion located on South Key Street. Chad Dustin Tucker, of Lawsonville, is listed as the victim in the report.

• A report of a domestic incident was filed on Sept. 14 in the 800 block of West 52 Bypass. Ashley Nicole Key, of Ararat, is listed as the victim in the report.

• A report of shoplifting was filed on Sept. 14 at Just Save on South Key Street. The report lists that the suspect placed a sandwich in their pants.

• A report of property damage was filed on Sept. 16 at in the 100-block 52 Bypass. Jody Thomas Shelton, of Pilot Mountain, is listed as the victim in the report.

• A report of breaking and entering, and larceny was filed on Sept. 9 in the 500 block of South Key Street. T’s Detail Shop is listed as the victim in the report. The report also lists that the suspect pried open a drink machine and took overflow change.

• A report of shoplifting was filed on Sept. 10 at 650 South Key Street. Dollar General is listed as the victim in the report. The report also lists that the suspects placed items underneath their clothing.

• A motor vehicle collision report was filed on Sept. 9 at 805 South Key Street. Gary Phillip Alexander, of Pinnacle, and Brenda Ramey Boyles, of Mount Airy, are listed as the operators of the two vehicles involved in the collision.

• A motor vehicle collision report was filed on Sept. 14 at 124 West Main Street. Dale Kent Martin, of Pinnacle, is listed as the operator of the vehicle that collided with an unoccupied vehicle that is owned by AFP Management Group Inc.

• An arrest report was filed on Sept. 12 for Christine Elizabeth Jessup, of Pilot Mountain. Jessup, 35, was arrested at 731 South Key Street and is being held at the Surry Detention Center.

• A uniform citation was issued on Sept. 15 to Thomas Quinten Payne, of Mount Airy charging him with driving without being licensed as a driver by the Division of Motor Vehicles of North Carolina.

By Aila Boyd

aboyd@civitasmedia.com

Aila Boyd may be reached at 336-415-2210.