Crime briefs Sept. 9
A theft in the Reedy Creek community resulted in the arrest of a Lexington man.
According to a press release, the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office received a report of an Aug. 26 breaking and entering on Friendship Church Road.
The Breaking and Entering Task Force charged Nicholas Andrew Gentry with breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering and injury to real property. Some of the stolen property was recovered.
Gentry, of 250 Jenkins Road, Lot 9, Lexington, was issued a $20,000 secured bond with a court date of Sept. 26. Gentry was already in Davidson County Detention Center under $200,000 bond for previous breaking and entering charges.
Detectives with the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office Vice Narcotics Unit on Sept. 5 seized 41.6 grams of psilocybin mushrooms, a quart of non tax paid alcohol and a gram of marijuana.
Warrants were served at 299 Glenwood Drive in Winston-Salem.
Anthony Dalton Stanley, 21, of the same address was charged with possession with the intent to manufacture sell and deliver a Schedule I controlled substance (psilocybin mushrooms), maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance, possession of a non-tax paid alcohol, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Joshua David Jones, 22, of the same address, was charged with possession with the intent to manufacture sell and deliver a Schedule I controlled substance (psilocybin mushrooms), maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance, possession of a non-tax paid alcohol, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Both were given a $50,000 secured bond with a court date of Oct. 31.
Davidson County Sheriff’s Office allege that Willie Logan, 49, of 1453 Hannersville Road in Thomasville, a registered sex offender, was on the premises of Ledford Middle School which is in violation of his sex offender registration requirements. The incident occurred on July 29.
Logan was charged with sex offender on child premises. Logan, who is already incarcerated in the Davidson County Jail for an alleged probation violation, was served the warrant and received an additional $100,000 secured bond. Logan is scheduled to appear in Lexington District Court on Oct. 22.
Davidson County Sheriff deputies conducted a traffic stop about 10:09 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5, on a white 1998 Ford Crown Victoria on W 6th St. at Greensboro St. in Lexington for following too closely.
The driver, Anthony Johneil Tanner, 26, of 204 Peacock Ave., Lexington, was arrested and charged with no operator’s license, resisting a public officer and following too closely.
Tanner initially gave deputies false information about his identity during the traffic stop. Tanner was identified through the National Crime Information Center as a wanted person in Guilford County in connection with a 2009 felony probation violation. Deputies added there was an order for arrest for failure to appear out of Guilford County as well.
Tanner was taken before a Davidson County Magistrate and issued a secured bond of $21,550. He was then placed into the Davidson County Jail and is scheduled to appear in count Oct. 2, 2013. He is scheduled to appear in Guilford County court on Oct. 21 and 28.