Blotter — May 16

Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 16, 2019

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

• May 6 — traffic accident, 2300 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road/Allegacy Way, Clemmons. Two-vehicle accident with $1,500 damage to both vehicles.

• May 6 — threatening suicide, 6900 block of Harper View Court, Clemmons. Teenager threatened to commit suicide.

• May 6 — shoplifting, 2500 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Offender stole wine and other food items at Lowes Foods. Value of stolen items was $117.88.

• May 6 — trouble with juvenile, 1400 block of Lewisburg Pointe Drive, Clemmons. Subject called due to a kid riding her bike in his driveway.

• May 6 — traffic accident, 2300 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. One-vehicle accident with damage of $500.

• May 6 — credit card/ATM fraud, 6200 block of Ramada Drive, Clemmons. Subject called the sheriff’s office due to someone using his card.

• May 6 — police service-assist agency, 1900 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Assisted Thomasville Police Department to recover a stolen trailer.

• May 6 — violation of auto law, 300 block of Lewisville-Vienna Road, Lewisville. Caller observed suspect’s vehicle passing a stopped school bus.

• May 7 — traffic accident, 100 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road/Eastbound 40, Clemmons. Two-vehicle accident with damages of $2,000 and $500.

• May 7 — simple assault-non aggravated assault, 6400 block of Holder Road, Clemmons. A resident at a nursing home assaulted another patient.

• May 7 — locate missing person, 6000 block of Meadowbrook Mall Court, Clemmons. Person was reported missing out of another county.

• May 7 — larceny, 2100 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Suspect took victim’s phone.

• May 9 — police service-information provided, 3200 block of Village Point Drive, Clemmons. First-grade student advised other students that he had a firearm in his bedroom.

• May 9 — traffic accident, 3600 block of Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Three-vehicle accident with damages of $3,000 and $500.

• May 9 — police service-information provided, 6200 block of Styers Ferry Road, Clemmons. Subject called to obtain information about filing charges.

• May 9 — drug violations/driving while license revoked or suspended, 3300 block of Middlebrook Drive/Bickerstaff Road, Clemmons. Suspect possessed marijuana.

• May 9 — police service-assist agency, 6600 block of Shallowford Road, Lewisville. Doctor requested assistance with a family.

• May 10 — police service-security check, 6200 block of Ramada Drive, Clemmons. Information discovered during a security check at a local motel.

• May 10 — traffic accident, 6400 block of Sessions Court, Clemmons. Two-vehicle accident with damages of $2,500 and $800.

• May 10 — police-service — information provided, 6300 block of Cook Avenue, Clemmons. Subject thought someone might have broken into his apartment.

• May 11 — vandalism, 1000 block of Cresthaven Road, Lewisville. Subject reported a broken rear window on vehicle.

• May 11 — police service-fraud, 200 block of Belnette Drive, Lewisville. Subject tried to buy an animal online.

• May 11 — runaway, 4100 block of Kinnamon Road, Clemmons. Juvenile ran away from home.

• May 11 — drug violations, 2400 block of Lewisville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Offender possessed marijuana.

• May 11 — police service-welfare check, 1400 block of Lewisburg Pointe Drive, Clemmons. Welfare check regarding subject who was not answering the telephone.

• May 11 — police service-fraud, 1600 block of Lakefield Drive, Clemmons. Subject took reporting person’s phone number.

• May 12 — careless and reckless driving, 6600 block of Styers Ferry Road/Dull Road, Clemmons. Motorist ran bicyclist off of the road.

• May 12 — drug violations, 4000 block of Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Subjects were smoking marijuana in their car.

• May 12 — police service-information provided, 5000 block of Thoroughbred Lane, Clemmons. Advised that a neighbor might be involved in illegal activity.