A Thomasville woman was placed in Davidson County Jail without bond after she allegedly cut her boyfriend with a knife.
According to the Davidson County Sheriff's Office, officers responded to a call Nov. 11 at 5511 Denton Road. During the investigation, Scott Stanley told deputies that his girlfriend Shannon Bowers, 45, of the same address, had stabbed him in his upper arm, leaving a small wound.
Bowers was charged with assault with a dealy weapon inflicting serious injury. Her court date is Dec. 4.
A registered sex offender who reported his address as 603 Concord St., Thomasville, faces a charge of failing to change address and falsification of registration information.
According to a press release, the Sheriff's Office on Oct. 22 initiated a report and allege that between Oct. 19 and Nov. 8, Marvin Oxendine, 28, did not live at the registerd address. Dectectives obtained warrants against Oxendine on Nov. 8. He was arrested in High Point by the High Point police. Oxendine is scheduled to appear in court Dec. 8.
A 29-year-old Thomasville woman faces charges after deputies on Nov. 13 investigated a breaking and entering at 360 Earlie Everhart Road.
According to a press release, deputies found Misty McClamrock attempting to break into the home. Deputies also found a schedule III controlled substance in her possession.
McClamrock was charged with attempted first degree burglary, two counts of communicating threats, domestic criminal trespass and simple possession of a schedule II substances.
She was placed in Davidson County Jail under a domestic hold and given a court date of Jan. 11.
A Winston-Salem man stopped Nov. 10 for a headlight out faces additional charges. The man was stopped at Central Road and N.C. 150 in Clemmons.
According to deputies, they found that William Lorne Raymond, 46, of 4423 Ebert Farms Road, was driving while driver's license revoked, operating a vehicle with fictitious tags and no insurance.
Raymond was given a $1,000 secured bond with a court date of Dec. 12.