The Elkin Police Department has reported the following arrests and incidents.
• An Aaron Road, Elkin, resident reported Jan. 5 her $400 Apple iPhone 5C had been stolen. She last had it while at a store on North Bridge Street.
• Juan Roberto Gonzalez, 33, of Hart Road, Millers Creek, was served with charges out of Wilkes County on Jan. 6 with misdemeanor all traffic except DWI. He was released on a written promise and a Wilkes court date of Jan. 29.
• Samuel Heber Mounce, no age reported, of Oakland Drive, Elkin, surrendered himself on Jan. 7 to the Elkin Police Department on a warrant for misdemeanor simple physical assault. He was issued a $2,500 unsecured bond, which he signed and was released. His court date was set for Jan. 25.
• Alesha Racquel Burns, 36, of Collins Road, Traphill, and April Denise Thompson, 37, of Christian Home Church Road, Traphill, were cited on Jan. 7 after an incident at Walmart, CC Camp Road, Elkin, in which the two allegedly concealed $162.50 worth of makeup. Burns also was issued with an outstanding order for arrest.
• An incident of domestic disturbance was responded to at Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital, Parkwood Drive, Elkin, Jan. 8 when a couple from Sparta Road, North Wilkesboro, were reportedly arguing over finding a ride home from the hospital. With no signs of assault, the incident was closed.
• Robert Lee McKinney, 51, of Klondike Road, State Road, was charged on Jan. 10 with three counts of felony contempt of court perjury court violations and seven counts of misdemeanor contempt of court perjury violations, all stemming from warrants issued Aug. 17, 2015, in Surry court. McKinney was served with the warrants after being located at Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital during a security check by Elkin police. He was issued a $16,000 secured bond, transferred to Surry County Jail, and given a trail date of Jan. 12.
• On Jan. 11, an incident of communicating threats against a resident of Maple Street, Jonesville, was reported. According to the Elkin Police report, the female victim reported a male resident at Turner Court, Elkin, texted threats to her. She previously had made a report on the same subject in September 2015. The Elkin officer advised her she could take the text to the magistrate in Dobson and she could seek a civil no contact order through the clerk of court’s office.