Sheriff’s Report | The Stokes News

Christina Lee Goff, 49, of Winston-Salem, was arrested April 6 for felony possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine, felony possession with intent to sell and deliver heroin, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for controlled substances and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her bond was $40,000. She was set to […]

Christina Lee Goff, 49, of Winston-Salem, was arrested April 6 for felony possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine, felony possession with intent to sell and deliver heroin, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for controlled substances and possession of drug paraphernalia. Her bond was $40,000. She was set to appear for trial on May 19.

Kenis Devonta Rashad Allen, 28, of Winston-Salem, was arrested on March 18 for misdemeanor child abuse, driving while license revoked, driving left of center and a window tinting violation. His court date was April 21.

Tasanay Sarah Rivers, 23, of Winston-Salem, was arrested on March 18 for misdemeanor child abuse. She had an April 21 court appearance.

Richard Douglas Bunch Jr., 52, of King, was arrested for driving while license revoked, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of less than ½ ounce of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on March 18. His bond was $500 and he was to appear in court April 27.

Darrell Junior Inman, 46, of Lawsonville, was charged with failure to appear in Stokes County court on March 17. Bond was $5,000 and he was to be in court on April 21.

Dorian Malik Bennett, 23, of Madison, was charged with failure to appear in court on March 17. Bond was $1,500. His court date was April 13.

Timothy Samuel Chatman, 23, of Walkertown, was charged March 17 with failure to appear in court. Bond was $20,000 and his trial date was March 29 in Danbury.

Christopher Daniel McKoin, 37, of Walnut Cove, was charged with failure to appear in Stokes County Court on March 16. His bond was $500 and he was due to appear before a judge on March 24.

Kristen Jones Eldridge, 38, of Winston-Salem, was charged with failure to appear in Stokes court on March 16. Her bond was $1,000. She was due to appear in court on April 21.

Eric Melkin Keith Davis, 36, of Walnut Cove, was charged with driving while license revoked and speeding on March 16. He was to be in court April 14.

Gary Phillip Alexander, 66, of Pinnacle, was arrested on March 3 for felony cruelty to animals. His bond was $10,000 and his trial was March 17.

Zachary Burton Sink, 26, of Germanton, was arrested March 2 for speeding to elude arrest and failing to heed lights and siren, both felonies, along with a window tinting violation. His bond was $1,000 and he was due in court March 17.

Aaron Lawatha Copney, 26, of Walnut Cove, was charged with failure to appear in Forsyth County Court on March 2. Bond was $500 and he was to be in court in Winston-Salem on April 5.

Christopher Lee Knight, 46, of Lawsonville, was arrested Feb. 27 for driving while impaired, He was to be in court on April 27.

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A black 2014 Kia Optima sedan was reported stolen from a Mount Airy residence on May 30. The vehicle was valued at $7,000.

Deputies responded to a fight between students at Chestnut Grove Middle School on May 27.

A Germanton resident reported that someone attempted to steal their mail on May 27.

Someone kicked in a garage door and broke into a Sandy Ridge home on May 26.

A Walnut Cove man reported his car was damaged at a Pine Hall boat landing on May 25. His `994 Chevrolet Impala sustained about $200 in damages.

A King resident reported a break-in to their residence and an outbuilding May 25. Among items stolen were a Murry push mower, gas can and flashlight.

A Germanton man reported that his vehicle, a 2004 Chevy Tahoe, was damaged when someone attempted to break into it on May 25.

A number of tools were reported stolen from a Rural Hall property on May 25, with a total value of more than $8,000. Among the items taken was a Fluke scope meter, several saws and drills, plus a Nintendo Switch game system, various games, a speaker and a firearm.

A woman in Walnut Cove reported that her vehicle, a Chevrolet Equinox SUV valued at $5,000, was set on fire by an unknown assailant on May 21.

On May 21 a Walnut Cove resident reported $2,000 in damages to their Total Gym workout equipment.

A check for $707.29 was taken out of a mailbox at a residence in King on May 21.

A Sandy Ridge resident reported their 1992 Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck stole on May 21. The truck was valued at $1,500.

A subject attempted to take an air conditioning unit out of a yard in Walnut Cove on May 20, according to a report. The GE window unit was valued at $700.

The Sheriff’s Department investigated a case of identity theft on May 18 when the victim reported that someone hacked into their bank account.

There have been a rash of catalytic converter thefts. On May 18, the part was stolen out of a van on Dodgetown Road. It was valued at $1,000. A catalytic converter was stolen off a Ford Mustang from a vehicle parked in King on May 17. The item was valued at $2,000. A similar theft was attempted in Germanton on the same date, and a Ford F250 sustained about $500 in damages.

Someone broke into a Sandy Ridge home on May 12, damaging locks and removing a $100 mailbox and post.

On May 12, someone broke into multiple vehicles at Ronny’s Auto Sales in Sandy Ridge, damaging several and taking a Ford Explorer SUV valued at $3,000.

A home on YMCA Camp Road was broken into on May 10, according to a report.

Deputies assisted with Stokes County Animal Control for an animal issue on May 9.

A King resident said someone “egged” their vehicle on May 9, causing $500 in damage to the paint.

In Walnut Cove a resident reported that someone broke into his Pontiac Vibe, taking several items including a Beretta 9mm handgun, on May 9.

A DeWalt compound miter saw was stolen off the tailgate of a truck in Rural Hall on May 9. Value of the saw was $840.

A window was broken at a residence in Pinnacle, causing $300 in damages, on May 8.

At the Dollar General on Mountainview Road in King on May 8, a suspect concealed several items to avoid paying for them. On May 9 at the same store, someone tried to walk out without paying for a basket-full of items.

A Walnut Cove resident reported on May 7 that someone broke four windows at his residence, causing $400 in damages.

An aluminum bagger was taken off a lawn mower trailer on May 6. The item was valued at $500.

A Sandy Ridge man reported someone broke into his truck and stole an air tank from his home on May 5.

On May 5 someone reportedly broke into an outbuilding at a home in King and stole several items, including fishing equipment, a gas grill and a weedeater, plus a number of yard decorations including statues, yard art and porch chairs.

A Walnut Cove resident said someone slung gravel with their car, damaging their vehicle, on May 5.

A King resident reported a case of fraud on May 3, saying a suspect prepared his tax return but sent the refund to a different account. The fraud cost him $2,357, he said.

Nine fishing rods, with a total value of $2,000, were reported stolen on May 3 from the back of an SUV parked in Lawsonville.

A concession stand at Lions Park in Walnut Cove was damaged when someone tried to gain access on May 2.

On May 1, a Walnut Cove resident told deputies that a person had sent a $5,000 worthless check to pay for computer equipment.

A Sheriff’s deputy was assaulted on April 29 in Sandy Ridge, according to a report.

Several items were reported stolen from an outbuilding at a Pinnacle property on April 26, including a Yamaha Big Bear 4-wheeler valued at $3,000 and assorted yard tools.

A King man was shot in the chest with a BB gun by an unknown assailant on April 26 at his residence.

A Bear Archery compound bow valued at $800 was reportedly stolen from a truck on April 23 at a King home when someone cut open the cover and broke into the vehicle.

Marissa Elizabeth Parkes, 41, of Walnut Cove, was arrested April 18 for felony possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, driving while license revoked and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was also charged with failure to appear in Davidson County Court. Her bond was set at $50,000 and she was due in court May 17 in Lexington.

About $1,000 in damage was done to a residence in Westfield when someone tried to break in by kicking in the basement door.

Home Goods for Less in Walnut Cove reported $200 in damages on April 21 when someone cut the internet cable into the store.

A 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck was reported stolen on April 20. The red truck was valued at $4,500.

The Breeze-Thru in Germanton reported theft of several items from the store on April 20, including $90 in scratch-off tickets.

Cornerstone Baptist Church on Red Kirby Road in King reported theft and vandalism on April 18.

On April 17 a package was taken off a porch at a home on Piney Mountain Road in Walnut Cove. Value of the contents was $200.

A Walnut Cove man reported a trolling motor and a battery missing from his property on April 6. The total value of the items was $125.

A number of items were reportedly stolen from a King man’s truck on Highway 52 in Pinnacle. Among the items taken were a $600 Stihl chainsaw, fencing tools, a radio and speaker.

Two packages were reportedly stolen from a Pinnacle residence on March 23. Total value of the items taken was more than $1,000.

Catalytic converters were removed from three vehicles owned by a Danbury man on March 23. Total value was $600.

Deputies investigated the theft of power to a Pinnacle residence on March 23.

A woman in Walnut Cove reported on March 23 that the tires on her vehicle had been slashed.

A Husqvarna backpack blower and an Echo gas blower were reported stolen on March 21 from a vehicle at a residence in Pinnacle. The total value of the equipment was $650.

On March 20 a Lawsonville resident reported that someone shattered a window in his shop. Damage was estimated at $350.

A Danbury man reported the theft of his wallet and checkbook on March 16. The wallet contained $500 cash.

A Walnut Cove business reported a break-in and theft on March 16 that resulted in the theft of $8,000 in cash. The suspect broke the front glass door with a hammer, causing $800 damage. The business also reported that $1,057 in cash was taken by an employee.

On March 5 a Walnut Cove resident reported the theft of a $300 50-inch LG TV and a Ryobi chainsaw valued at $100.

Maude Faigley

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