Guilford County Sheriff’s Office reminds residents to always lock your cars when not in use – even when they are parked in your driveway – and keep valuables out of sight so that you don’t become an easy target for thieves.
April 7 | One or more unknown suspects entered a locked bathroom at Triad Park on West Market Street in Kernersville by breaking a window sometime between 10:15 p.m. April 6 and 7:30 a.m. April 7. A vending machine was pried open, and five snack items valued at $10 were stolen. The estimated cost to replace the broken window is $500.
April 6 | A resident of Kinsey Drive in Summerfield was cited and released after a sheriff's deputy found him in possession of 18.1 grams of marijuana.
April 4 | A resident of Chesterfield Court in northwest Greensboro reported an unknown suspect used her debit card information between April 3-4 to charge $60.15 at a Walmart store in Wilson, North Carolina.
April 4 | Two residents of Northmoor Trace in Greensboro reported that a known suspect stole prescription medications from each of them sometime between 1:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. April 4 after spending the night at their residence. The estimated value of the medications is $121.
April 4 | An employee of Dollar General on U.S. 220 in Summerfield reported that around 6:30 p.m. on April 4 a known suspect entered the store and stole multiple packages of underwear and personal hygiene products. The suspect filled trash bags with the products and pushed the clerk while running out of the store. The estimated value of stolen merchandise is $400; the clerk reported no injuries.
April 4 | A resident of South Bunker Hill Road in Colfax reported that one or more unknown suspects stole his 2007 Ford Mustang, valued at $14,000, from his driveway at 10:20 p.m.
April 7 | An employee of Dollar General on Belews Creek Road in Stokesdale reported that around 10 a.m., a known offender stole a 12-pack of Natural Light, a 3-pack of Hanes brand T-shirts and a Bic lighter with a total value of $20.92. Anthony A. Adkins was located near his residence on Gideon Grove Drive and cited for larceny and trespassing on Dollar General property.
April 9 | A superintendent for Sumwalt Associates reported that sometime between April 7-9, someone broke into a storage trailer parked at 7605 N.C. 68 in Stokesdale and stole multiple tools including drills, wrenches and a miter saw belonging to his company and a subcontractor. The stolen items were valued at $3,090.