Crime briefs Oct. 29
A driver stopped for an expired registration, faces additional charges from the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies on Oct. 25 stopped a gold For Explorer at Reedy Creek Food Mart on Hwy. 150 in Lexington.
Thomas Eugene Strange, 38, of 1852 Friedberg Church Road, Winston-Salem, was taken into custody and charged with driving while license revoked, no insurance, fictitious tag and failure to register the vehicle. He received a $2,000 unsecured bond with a court date of Nov. 6.
A Lexington mother faces charges after a May 4 investigation by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.
Kristin Dawn Hedrick, 19, of 216 Tori Lane was charged Oct. 24 with contributing to the delinquency or the endangerment of a minor child. The outstanding warrant was served on Hedrick, who was located on Cottongrove Road in Lexington.
She was booked in Davidson County Jail with a $100,000 secured bond. Her court date is Nov. 27.
A man walking on Kennedy Road, near Johnny Walker Lane, in Thomasville faces charges.
According to a press release, a report came in about 12:39 a.m. Oct. 27 of a suspicious person.
As a result of the call, deputies discovered that Dakota Wayne Hughes, 18, of 1915 Lot 6 Kennedy road, Thomasville, was in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was issued a citation charging him with possession of schedule VI controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 2.