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Blotter for the week of May 6

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

• April 26 — Breaking and entering without force — 100 block of Western Villa Drive, Clemmons. Alleged breaking and entering, no force.

• April 27 — Police service, non-criminal call for service — 600 block of Chestnut Bend Drive, Clemmons. Administrator of estate requested firearms stored for safekeeping.

• April 27 — FCSO police service, civil dispute — 700 block of Grinnell Street, Lewisville. Man wished to report trespassing.

• April 28 — Tampering with vehicle — 6900 block of Morgan Place Drive, Clemmons. Apparent juveniles observed pulling car door handles.

• April 28 — Traffic accident — 2800 block of Middlebrook Drive, Clemmons.

• April 28 — Trouble with neighbor — 1400 block of Sir Charles Drive, Clemmons. Trouble with neighbor.

• April 28 — FCSO police service, information provided — 7300 block of Shallowford Road, Lewisville. Caller got a call from person stating he was with DEA.

• April 28 — Larceny, all other — 7300 block of Shallowford Road, Lewisville. Suspect took items from jobsite overnight.

• April 28 — Trouble with neighbor — 300 block of Heatherford Drive, Lewisville. Complains of reckless driving in the neighborhood.

• April 28 — FCSO disturbance, non-criminal — 200 block of Lissara Lodge Drive, Lewisville. Unwanted subject fishing at pond.

• April 29 — FCSO police service, information provided — 2200 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Caller’s check was taken out of the mail.

• April 29 — FCSO disturbance, non-criminal — 2200 block of Megan Circle, Clemmons. Report of two females arguing.

• April 30 — FCSO police service, fraud — 6500 block of Gentry Circle, Clemmons. Fraud occurred in another jurisdiction.

• April 30 — Traffic accident — 3400 block of Clemmons Road, Clemmons.

• April 30 — Traffic accident — 2500 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons.

• April 30 — FCSO disturbance, non-criminal — 6600 block of Knob Hill Court, Clemmons. Verbal altercation between neighbors.

• April 30 — FCSO disturbance, non-criminal — 1800 block of Harper Spring Drive, Clemmons. Subject lost his temper.

• April 30 — Threatening suicide — 4500 block of Bridgewater Drive, Clemmons. An involved party reportedly attempted suicide by consuming narcotics.

• April 30 — Misuse of 911 — 100 block of Western Villa Drive, Clemmons. The offender called 911 several times while not reporting an emergency.

• April 30 — Police service, non-criminal call for service — 7200 block of Franklin Road, Lewisville. Injured skunk.

• April 30 — Dog bites and attacks — 700 block of Chockecherry Court, Lewisville. Dog bite.

• April 30 — Larceny, all other — 7300 block of Shallowford Road, Lewisville. Unknown subject tried to steal supplies from construction site.

• May 1 — Simple assault, non-aggravated assault — 400 block of Sunpath Circle, Clemmons. Suspects assaulted each other.

• May 1 — Drug violations, paraphernalia, possessing/concealing equipment — 3400 block of Hidden Forest Drive/Cook Place Drive, Clemmons. Suspicious person call leads to drug citation.

• May 1 — Police service, assist agency — 200 block of northbound U.S 421, Lewisville. Assisted Highway Patrol with a fatality car crash.

• May 1 — Drug violations, violation of auto law, all other — 100 block of northbound U.S. 421/ Williams Road, Lewisville. Subject was in possession of fentanyl and marijuana.

• May 2 — Drug violations, paraphernalia, using/equipment — 100 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road/westbound I-40, Clemmons. Subject was located with drugs after disturbance.

• May 2 — Missing person — 6900 block of Harpervalley Lane, Clemmons. Subject had been missing since 5:30 p.m.

• May 2 — Shoplifting — 1400 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Suspect stole lottery tickets from store.

• May 2 — Suspicious person — 1400 block of King Charles Drive, Clemmons. Suspicious persons located in neighborhood.

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