Police Reports


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

— A uniform citation was issued to Christian David Bonila, of Cana, on April 22 charging him with operating a motor vehicle without being licensed as a driver by the Division of Motor Vehicles of North Carolina.

— John Harrison Smith, 26, of Pilot Mountain was arrested on April 22 at 120 West 52 Bypass, Apartment F-7. Smith was charged with communicating threats and was taken to Surry Detention Center where he was held on a $2,500 secured bond.

— A report of damage to property was filed on April 23 at 204 West Main Street. Anne Cox Standen is listed as the victim on the report which noted a rear hatch glass was broken after having been struck with an object.

— A report of damage to property was filed on April 22 at 111 West 52 Bypass. Jimmy Dale Caparolie, of Pilot Mountain, was listed as the victim on the report which noted a split front windshield was damaged after a beer bottle was thrown.

— A uniform citation was issued to Charles Michael Fosner, of Pilot Mountain, on April 20 charging him with operating a motor vehicle while the defendant’s driver’s license was revoked.

— A uniform citation was issued to Crystal Blevins Inscore, of Pilot Mountain, on April 21 charging her with operating a motor vehicle without insurance.

— A uniform citation was issued to Angelica Moria Garcia, of Pinnacle, on April 16 charging her with operating a motor vehicle with a revoked driver’s license.

— A uniform citation was issued to George Paul Frankovich, of Pilot Mountain, on April 16 charging him with displaying an expired registration plate on the vehicle know the same to be expired.

— A report of larceny and concealment of merchandise was filed on April 13 at 628 South Key Street, and 650 South Key Street. Family Dollar and Dollar General is listed as the victims on the report.

— A report of property damage was filed on April 15 at 112 Second Street. Duke Energy is listed as the victim in the report which noted the street light assembly was broken after been shot out.

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