Crime briefs May 1

Here is a listing of crime briefs May 1
Apr. 30, 2013 @ 01:28 PM

ASSAULT
A man faces assault charges after the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call at 407 Gobel Road on April 23.
According to a press release, the victim said she and her son had been struck with a belt and open hand.
Donald Eatmon, 49, of the same address, was charged with assault and battery and assault on a female. he was placed in the Davidson County Jail with no bond. His court date is June. 7.

THEFT
A Lexington man was charged April 6 in connection with thefts from an outbuilding at 426 Palmer Road.
Deputies noted in a press release that Douglas Ray Sexton, 51, of 215 Woodbrier Drive, said he sold the stolen metal for scrap to Pilgrims Auto Electric in Lexington. Sexton was charged with three counts of felony breaking or entering, three counts of larceny after breaking or entering and five counts of obtaining property by false pretense.
He was given a $25,000 secured bond and a court date of June 10.

CHAINS STOLEN
A neighbor reported April 23 that a man went to a neighbor’s house at 234 Frankwood Drive and take three logging chains, valued at $100.
In connection to the report, David Cook, 30, of 115 N. Main St., Room 17, Lexington was charged  with misdemeanor larceny. he was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $2,000 secured bond. His court date is June. 11.

TRAFFIC STOP
A traffic stop resulted in multiple charges against a Lexington man.
On April 25, deputies attempted to conduct a traffic stop at 300 Foxcroft Drive, Lexington of a vehicle driven by Andrew Sturdivant of 391 Foxcroft Drive.
Deputies arrested and charged  Sturdivant with failure to heed lights and siren, driving while license revoked, fictitious registration plate, and no liability insurance.  Sturdivant received a $1,500 secured bond and was placed in the Davidson Co Jail. The court date is May 22.

BREAKING, ENTERING
While conducting a property check at 125 Linwood Veneer Road, deputies found Tony Ray Phillips outside the building, and his truck inside the building.
Phillips, 36, of 2560, Lot 8, Seven Oaks Drive, Linwood was arrested and charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering. He was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $2,000  secured bond. His court date is June 10t.

DRUG CHARGES
A Denton man faces a drug charge following a traffic stop at 10:13 a.m. April 23.
Deputies stopped a silver 2000 Nissan which was traveling north on Hwy. 109, near Lee Road, for displaying an expired registration plate. During the traffic stop, deputies noticed the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Deputies seized approximately 15.6 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia from the vehicle. The driver, Matthew Corbin Gallimore, 23, of 1260 Bringle Ferry Road, Denton, was arrested and taken before a Davidson County Magistrate where he was charged with possession of marijuana a half ounce to one and half ounced, possession of drug paraphernalia and displaying an expired registration plate.
Gallimore was released under a $5,000 unsecured bond and is scheduled to appear in court on May 20.

VEHICLE DAMAGED
Avery Hunt reported April 23 that his 1996 Honda Accord had been damaged by someone throwing rocks.  The incident happened at Tom Hedrick Road and Stemp Everhart Road in Thomasville.
Hunt estimated  damage to the windshield and roof of his vehicle at $1,000.
In connection to the report, Crystal Lynn Newsom, 36, of 114 Tom Hedrick Road, was charged with injury to personal property. .She was released under a $2,500 unsecured bond with a court date of  May 20. 

CAR DAMAGED
A woman at 383 Tussey Road, Apartment 3, reported to deputies April 22, that a Shark vacuum cleaner was thrown through the back glass of her 1995 Toyota Camry and that she had been assaulted.
The woman said she had been punched in the face several times and thrown to the floor.
Deputies obtained warrants on Willie Eugene Moore, 28, of 505 N. Pugh St., Apt. B, Lexington, which allege assault on a female, misdemeanor breaking and entering, communicating threats, and damage to personal property. Moore, who turned in himself, was placed into the Davidson County Jail with no bond. His court date is June 7.