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Crews with Century Link and Duke Energy replace a pole at the intersection of Elk Spur Street and Wisconsin Avenue following a hit and run accident in December which led to the pole being broken and cables coming down.


Holly Lamm | The Tribune

The Elkin Police Department has reported the following incidents and arrests.

• A hit and run involving property damage occurred on Dec. 19 at 750 Elk Spur St. The resident reporting the incident stated she saw a silver vehicle run into a power pole at the corner of Elk Spur and Wisconsin Avenue, according to the incident report. The vehicle then left the scene and headed west on Elk Spur and turned down Powers Lane. The power pole was broken and the cables attached to it were laying in the roadway on Elk Spur. Century Link and Duke Energy were contacted so repairs could be made.

• Trina Jewel Johnson, 31, of Mountain View Road, Elkin, was charged on Dec. 15 with two charges of misdemeanor contempt of court perjury court violations. She was placed under a $5,000 secured bond and a $300 cash bond, and given a court date of Dec. 17.

• Following a report of larceny and concealment of merchandise at Walmart on Dec. 15, Charissa Lashea Hairston, 24, of Green Valley Street, North Wilkesboro, was charted with misdemeanor larceny and given a court date of Feb. 26. She also was served with a warrant from Wilkes County and given a written promise to appear in Wilkes court on Feb. 3. Items reported taken by Walmart included $158 home theater system and $5 cable cutters.

• Timothy Joe Holbrook, 37, of N.C. 67, Jonesville, was taken into custody Dec. 15 and transported to Surry County Jail on outstanding warrant for three charges of failure to appear on a misdemeanor. He had a preset $8,000 secured bond and was given a court date of Jan. 26.

• Ashley Tianne Macemore, no age provided, of Ridge Street, Ronda, was cited for larceny on Dec. 18 following a reported incident at Walmart in which she allegedly concealed items wrapped in a T-shirt. Her court date was set for March 18. No bond was given.

• Rikki Thomas Burgess, 27, of Pleasant Home Drive, Elkin, was charged on Dec. 19 with misdemeanor probation violation out of Yadkin County. He was given a $2,500 secured bond and a court date in Yadkin court of Jan. 20.

• Candice Michelle Forbes, 33, of Turner Court, Elkin, was arrested on charges of misdemeanor simple assault Dec. 20 following an incident in which she was allegedly intoxicated and busted out a window of her apartment with glass hitting a victim. She was given no bond and a court date of Jan. 12.

• On Dec. 23, two people, Cedric Lamar Wilder, 49, of Cool Pine Road, Jonesville, and Cameron Lee Horton, 28, of East End Boulevard, Jonesville, were banned from the Cooper Terrace Apartments on PGW Drive, Elkin, following papers being served and then being informed if they return they will be charged with second-degree trespassing.

• On Dec. 23, a Pinnacle resident reported his vehicle had been damaged while parked in the lot of Tractor Supply, North Bridge Street. Damage to the vehicle’s driver’s side door was estimated at $500. Upon viewing video from the store’s surveillance, the officer was unable to see any incident.

• Eric Wayne Walker, 35, of Airport Road, North Wilkesboro, was charged on Dec. 23 with misdemeanor shoplifting following an incident at Walmart during which Walker allegedly took a tag off a hunting coat and left the store with it under a pocketbook in the buggy. He was released with a court date of Feb. 26.

• Christin Nicole Miller Davis, 25, of Baltimore Road, East Bend, was charged on Dec. 23 with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia following an incident during which Belk staff alleged she had taken merchandise in her purse. Upon a search, no merchandise was located, but officers reported finding a burnt metal spoon and a syringe. She was released on a written promise and a court date of Feb. 22.

• On Dec. 23, an incident of assault on a female at a PGW Drive, Elkin, residence was reported to the police. Charges were sworn out on Jeremy Dwayne Gregory, 24, of Union Church Road, Hamptonville.

• On Dec. 24, a civil disturbance was reported at a residence on North Bridge Street, Elkin, when the resident’s ex-husband allegedly showed up at the home wanting to see the children. When he was refused the visitation because the children were reportedly sleeping, the man used his truck to spin up the front yard. The resident was referred to the magistrate and told if the ex-husband returned to call the police department.

• On Dec. 23, an Oakland Drive, Elkin, resident reported receiving threatening and harassing texts to his phone from a State Road resident.

• David Andrew Cheek, 33, of Luffman Road, Ronda, was charged on Dec. 24 with misdemeanor trespassing following an incident at Walmart. He was released with a Feb. 26 court date.

• Jason Matthew Beasley, 34, of Speedway Road, North Wilkesboro, was cited on Dec. 25 with not displaying a current approved inspection certificate. It had expired July of 2013. Also, he was cited with unlawfully and willfully operating a vehicle without having registered the vehicle with the DMV. He was given a court date of Feb. 5.

• On Dec. 25, a Cana, Virginia, resident who is an employee of 7-Eleven on CC Camp Road, Elkin, reported her husband, which she recently left, told her “he was going to come to the store and shoot her,” according to the police report for communicating threats. The threat allegedly came after she offered to allow him see their child for Christmas and they got in an argument. She was advised to speak with the magistrate in reference to charges and a restraining order.

• Jack Russell Brown, 50, of Shady Valley Lane, Claremont, was charged on Dec. 26 with misdemeanor shoplifting concealment of merchandise, misdemeanor possession of schedule II controlled substance and misdemeanor possessing/concealing equipment/paraphernalia following a report by Walmart loss prevention that Brown allegedly concealed a Boost ZTE smart phone valued at $39.88. During a search, a needle with a cap with residue was located and the residue was Opana. No bond was given and his court date was set for Feb. 8.

• James Daniel Holloway III, 26, of N.C. 15, Wilkesboro, was charged on Dec. 26 with misdemeanor all other larceny following an incident at Walmart in which he allegedly concealed merchandise and failed to pay for them. He was given no bond and a court date of March 14.

• On Dec. 26, during a security check, an officer heard a civil disturbance at Spring Valley Apartments. During the investigation, the female resident asked the male to leave, and he said he would. She was referred to the clerk’s office for the eviction process. On Dec. 27, officers were dispatched back to the residence three times, and upon the third time, the male was leaving to stay in Jonesville, according to the report. Again the female resident was advised of the process of eviction and a 50B domestic protection order. No other action was taken.

• On Dec. 26, a larceny of money was reported by a resident on Collins Road, Elkin. The resident reported his ex-girlfriend of Lowgap allegedly took his money when she stopped by to get her own EBT card. He was referred to the magistrate’s office to take out charges.

• Austin Dakota Riffe, 20, of Bethel Church Road, Yadkinville, was charged on Dec. 27 with misdemeanor shoplifting following an incident at Walmart. Loss prevention reported Riffe allegedly concealed several items totalling $35.20. He was released after being given a court date of Feb. 8.

Crews with Century Link and Duke Energy replace a pole at the intersection of Elk Spur Street and Wisconsin Avenue following a hit and run accident in December which led to the pole being broken and cables coming down.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_20151221_091302.jpgCrews with Century Link and Duke Energy replace a pole at the intersection of Elk Spur Street and Wisconsin Avenue following a hit and run accident in December which led to the pole being broken and cables coming down. Holly Lamm | The Tribune

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