Deputies seize stolen utility trailers
Seven utility trailers — all reported stolen — have been recovered by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. Three of the trailers were stolen in Davidson County, one in Thomasville, two in High Point and one in Winston-Salem.
As of Monday evening, one man has been charged and another remained at large.
According to a press release from the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, officers on Oct. 10 received a report of a stolen utility trailer from 5251 Old Thomasville Road. A second utility trailer was reported stolen on Oct. 16 from 4726 Old Thomasville Road. A third utility trailer was reported stolen on Oct. 22 from 6127 Midway School Road.
With the help of a Crime Stoppers tip, the Breaking and Entering Task Force arrested Byron Scott Small and linked him to the larceny of utility trailers from Thomasville, High Point and Winston-Salem.
On Nov. 1, several stolen trailers were found at 2920 Spangenberg Road in Winston-Salem
With assistance from the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, officers determined that five of the trailers in the possession of Robert Wayne Bolt had been reported stolen.
Two other stolen trailers were located at Turn 2 Tire and Automotive in Winston-Salem.
A stolen firearm was recovered from the residence of Bolt.
Bolt was arrested and charged with five counts of possession of stolen goods and one count of possession of a stolen firearm and given a $5,000 secured bond with a court date of Nov. 19. Byron Scott Small was charged with three counts of felony larceny in Davidson County and is still at large.