Crime briefs: Undercover investigation leads to arrest
An undercover investigation led to the arrest of Alicia Marie Avila, 29, of 284 Ashbury Drive, Thomasville.
She was arrested Jan. 10 by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office and charged with possession with the intent to sell and deliver a schedule IV controlled substance (Clonazepam), sell/deliver a schedule IV controlled substance, sell a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, possession of drug paraphernalia, and simple possession of schedule V (Lyrica).
The arrest was the result of a investigation involving an undercover purchase of prescription medication made by vice narcotics detectives. A total of 26 Clonazepam tablets, and four Lyrica tablets were seized. The purchase was made within 1,000 feet of Pilot Elementary School. Avila was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $25,000 secured bond.
She has a court date of February 26, 2013.
A stolen item which was pawned led the Davidson County Sheriff's Breaking and Entering Task Force to make an arrest in connection to a Jan. 5 theft from 385 Gus Hill Road in Clemmons.
The stolen property was recovered from a pawn shop in Winston-Salem. In connection with the theft, Nolan Lester Brown, 22, of 367 Gus Hill Road, was charged with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering.
Brown was incarcerated on a different matter at the time the warrant was served. He received a $4,000 secured bound with a court date of Feb. 5.
A witness reported Jan. 9 to deputies that a battery had been stolen from a 1979 Jeep J10 pickup truck at 308 S. Old Greensboro Road in lexington.
A man was seen walking on S. Old Greensboro Road, toward Old Hwy. 29, carrying a battery.
Deputies confronted the man who was in possession of a battery, valued at $30.
Ronald Edward Osborn Jr., 18, of 165 Brantley Drive, Thomasville, was charged with misdemeanor larceny. He was placed in the Davidson County Detention Center under a $500 secured bond with a court date of Jan. 28.
A Brown Middle School student, 16, was charged Jan. 7 by the school resource officer with possession of drug paraphernalia, a smoking pipe. A petition will be filed with juvenile services for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Two Ledford High School students were charged Jan. 10 by the school resource officer.
According to a press release, Jumanta Andrew Lane Headen, 16, of 22 Stoney Point Court in Thomasville was charged with delivery of a controlled substance. A juvenile, unnamed, was charged with possession of a controlled substance.
The officer alleges that the juvenile student was found to be in possession of ecstasy.