Ad Spot

Blotter for the week of Sept. 24

Below is a list of crime investigations and activities reported by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Department in Clemmons and Lewisville last week.

• Sept. 14 — Counterfeiting possess/concealing, paraphernalia possessing/concealing equipment, receiving stolen auto from another jurisdiction, 7500 block of Lasater Road/S. Peace Haven Road, Clemmons. Stolen vehicle failed to stop and crashed.

• Sept. 14 — Hit-and-run accident, 3000 block of Middlebrook Dr./Greenbrooke Dr., Clemmons.

• Sept. 14 — FCSO police service-fraud, 7000 block of Orchard Path Dr., Clemmons. Victim reported unknown authorized transactions on credit cards.

• Sept. 14 — Suspicious person, 7900 block of Abelia Way, Clemmons. Subject had salesperson at door trying to sell solar panels.

• Sept. 14 — Simple assault, non-aggravated assault, 6000 block of Meadowbrook Mall Ct., Clemmons. Subject had her wrists grabbed during an argument at work.

• Sept. 14 — Dog bites and attacks, 3500 block of North Lakeshore Dr., Clemmons. Dog bit person off property.

• Sept. 14 — Autobreaking and larceny, 100 block of Willow Trace Cr., Clemmons. Vehicle broken into.

• Sept. 14 — FCSO police service-welfare check, 7600 block of Yadkinville Road, Lewisville. Checked on the welfare of an elderly subject.

• Sept. 15 — Police service, non-criminal call for service, 7400 block of Styers Ferry Road, Clemmons. Subjects received strange message on answering machine.

• Sept. 15 — Suspicious person, 7900 block of Abelia Way, Clemmons. Suspicious male in the neighborhood.

• Sept. 15 — Driving while impaired, FCSO violations of auto law-operation violation, driving while license revoked/suspended, 300 block of Lewisville-Vienna Road/Riverwood Dr., Lewisville. Subject was arrested for driving while impaired.

• Sept. 16 — FCSO disturbance/non-criminal, 2300 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Responded to a call of trespassing.

• Sept. 16 — Drug violation, paraphernalia-possessing/concealing equipment, FCSO violation and paraphernalia seized pursuant to traffic stop, 100 block of westbound I-40/Harper Road, Clemmons. U.S. currency and drug paraphernalia seized pursuant to traffic stop.

• Sept. 16 — Larceny-all other, 1300 block of Glen Oaks Road, Clemmons. Blower stolen from front yard.

• Sept. 16 — Breaking and entering with force, 7200 block of Lasater Road, Clemmons. Answered call of house alarm.

• Sept. 16 — Drug violations, FCSO violation of auto law-operation violation, 200 block of U.S. Hwy. 421, Lewisville. Violation of control substance act.

• Sept. 16 — Dog bites and attacks, 200 block of Lakeway Dr., Lewisville. Dog bit victim on arm while loose.

• Sept. 17 — Traffic accident, 100 block of Harper Road/Eastbound I-40, Clemmons.

• Sept. 17 — Traffic accident, 3600 block of Clemmons Road, Clemmons.

• Sept. 17 — Communicating threats-intimidation, non-physical, 5300 block of Moss Creek Ln., Clemmons  Victim felt threatened by subject’s statement.

• Sept. 17 — Traffic accident, 2100 block of Chandler Place Cr., Clemmons.

• Sept. 17 — Possessing/concealing obscene material, 6200 block of Arden Cr., Clemmons. Pictures of teenager were posted on an adult website.

• Sept. 17 — Breaking and entering without force, 6700 block of River Center Dr., Clemmons. Suspect broke into store with key.

• Sept. 17 — Police service-assist agency, 1000 block of Cresthaven Road, Lewisville. Assisted N.C. Highway Patrol with a DWI.

• Sept. 17 — Illegal dumping, 11300 block of Double Spring Road, Lewisville. Unknown person dumped items on property.

• Sept. 17 — FCSO police service-information provided, 1200 block of Pebble Meadows Dr., Lewisville. Daughter received angry messages online.

• Sept. 17 — FCSO police service-information provided, 5500 block of Shallowford Road, Lewisville. Student made statements about a bomb.

• Sept. 18 — FCSO police service-fraud, 800 block of Newington Dr., Clemmons. Subject defrauded reporting party out of money.

• Sept. 18 — Police service, non-criminal call for service, 6400 block of Stadium Dr., Clemmons. Delivery driver upset about traffic jam in parking lot.

• Sept. 18 — Vandalism, 7900 block of Peak Road/Dull Road, Clemmons. Unknown suspect wrote graffiti of a satanic symbol on the roadway.

• Sept. 18 — Overdose, 7100 block of Mitch Place Ct., Clemmons. Subject overdosed.

• Sept. 18 — Drug violations, paraphernalia — possessing/concealing equipment, transporting tax-paid liquor, 2200 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road/S. Peace, Clemmons. Marijuana located during traffic stop.

• Sept. 18 — Vandalism, 1300 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Lewisville. Suspects damaged gaming machines.

• Sept. 19 — Threatening suicide, 2400 block of Market Center Dr., Clemmons. Subject intoxicated and stated he wanted to harm himself or others.

• Sept. 19 — Rabies exposure, 3800 block of Ranchwood Dr., Clemmons. Raccoon killed by four dogs.

• Sept. 19 — Aggravated assault, 2700 block of Bartlett Ln., Clemmons. Offender shot at victim over building materials.

• Sept. 19 — Paraphernalia, possessing/concealing equipment, 1400 block of River Ridge Dr., Clemmons. Subjects possessed drug paraphernalia.

• Sept. 19 — Suspicious person, 6700 block of Shallowford Road, Lewisville. Gallery worker reported someone being suspicious and may have taken something.

• Sept. 19 — Overdose, 200 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Lewisville. Unconscious individual brought to Lewisville Fire Department.

• Sept. 19 — Drug violations, paraphernalia-possessing/concealing equipment, 200 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Lewisville. Heroin, methamphetamine, and drug paraphernalia seized pursuant to alleged overdose.

• Sept. 20 — Shoplifting, 2700 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Suspect stole battery pack from store.

• Sept. 20 — FCSO, disturbance/non-criminal, 6300 block of Amp Dr., Clemmons. Verbal argument between females.

Local News

Forsyth County Public Health offering booster shots for all three vaccines starting today

Local News

Municipal election features old, new

Local News

Activities at Southwest Elementary part of fundraising week

Local News

Your Neighbor: Meet Chip Eakes

Local News

Check presented to the Winston-Salem Street School

Lifestyle

Tysinger-Berry wedding

Local News

YMCA plans to launch new Chaplaincy Program

Local News

Titan Tattler: Students honored, pink out, and college applications

Local News

Friedberg Moravian Church fall chicken pie supper

Local News

Couriering Clemmons — This week in 1991

Local News

Clemmons Branch Library events for the week of Oct. 21

Local News

Salem Band to hold Veteran’s Day memorial service

Local News

YMCA’s Annual Golf Tournament continues to benefit members, community

Local News

RiverRun holding third Lincoln Smartphone Short Film Contest

Local News

Clemmons Farmers Market ends 2021 season with Harvest Fest

Local News

Harmony Grove UMC drive-thru Trunk ‘N Treat

Local News

Chief communications officer named to state leadership position

Local News

Forsyth Tech announces K-12 Cyber Fellows Program: free training for teachers

Local News

Local students honored — Oct. 21

Local News

Blotter for the week of Oct. 21

Local News

WS/FCS addresses rumored bus driver strike

News Main

West Forsyth has strong running game, tops Davie 35-14

Local News

Monster Dash and Goblin Hop Around the Village — free family event

Local News

‘He literally helped write the book on Clemmons’