Crime brief Dec. 22-27

Four face drug charges
Dec. 27, 2012 @ 01:00 PM

Four people received citations after a traffic stop Dec. 19 at the intersection of Hasty School Road and Paul Kennedy Road.
According to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office press release, deputies detected an odor of marijuana from the vehicle after a traffic stop.
Deputies seized approximately 20 grams of high grade marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Cameron Alexander Pate, 18, of 913 Big Creek Court, High Point was issued a citation  alleging possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, no operator’s license and display of a fictitious registration plate.
Dillon Eli Sears, 17, of 4072 Bambridge Drive, High Point and  Brittany Wynn Martin, 18, of 1809 Chestnut Drive, High Point were issued citations for aggravated misdemeanor possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
A juvenile, 15, also was issued a citation.
Pate, Martin and Spears have a court date of Jan. 28. All four were released at the scene.

 

DRIVER CHARGED
While investigating a Dec. 18 call about careless and reckless driving, Thomasville police officers arrested Zachary Stephen Leonard, 16, of 1277 Friendship Ledford Road, Winston-Salem.
According to a press release, the driving incident involved a pickup truck and Camaro that were found on Biggs Avenue.
During the contact, the officers found that a firearm was concealed in the pickup truck’s console. The officers recovered a 22-calliber handgun.
Leonard was charged with a possession of a firearm by a minor and possession of a firearm on educational property.
Leonard was taken to the Davidson County Jail where he posted $2,500 bond. His first court date is Jan, 16.

POLISH STOLEN
A Thomasville woman faces a citation for larceny after a report of nail polish, valued at $3, was stolen from the Dollar General on Blackberry Road in Thomasville.
According to the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, three bottles of nail polish were found in t the possession of Tabatha Mack, 33, of 1287 Lacy Hepler Road.  Mack was issued a citation charging her with one count of larceny. She is scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 28.