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The following information is courtesy of the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Nov. 26

ARREST: Desiray June Nichols, 25, of Boone, was arrested and charged with failure to appear on a driving while license revoked charge. Nichols was issued a $300 secured bond and a Jan. 18 court date.

OFFENSE: An offense of someone taking a Patagonia jacket was reported in the 2900 block of Bradstone Road, Banner Elk.

LARCENY: Larceny of items from a mailbox was reported in the 500 block of White Laurel Lane, Boone.

LARCENY: Larceny of a Yamaha V-Star 600 was reported in the 200 block of Bamboo Road, Boone.

Nov. 27

OVERDOSE: A drug overdose was reported in the 300 block of Smith Street, Vilas.

OFFENSE: An offense of someone taking a package off of a porch was reported in the 400 block of Dick Watson Road, Deep Gap.

Nov. 28

ARREST: Jeffery Daniel Rhodes, 29, no address listed, was arrested and charged with probation violation. Rhodes was issued a $5,000 secured bond and a Jan. 4 court date.

ARREST: George Paul Koribanic, 22, of 206 Martin Lane, Boone, was arrested and charged with probation violation. Koribanic was issued a $10,000 secured bond and a Jan. 7 court date.

SHOPLIFTING: Shoplifting/concealment of sunglasses was reported in the 100 block of Miller Drive, Boone.

BREAKING/ENTERING: Breaking or entering was reported in the 2200 block of Longhope Road, Todd.

BREAKING/ENTERING: Breaking or entering was reported in the 100 lock of Hampton Trailer Court, Boone.

UNATTENDED DEATH: An unattended death was reported in the 4700 block of N.C. 194 North, Boone.

FRAUD: Financial card fraud was reported in the 200 block of Beech View Lane, Zionville.

Nov. 29

ARREST: Justin Kevin Anderson, 28, of 134 Beckcourt, Boone, was arrested and charged with three counts of possession with intent to sell and deliver methamphetamine, four counts of possession of methamphetamine and three counts of a felony offense. Anderson was issued a $75,000 secured bond and a Dec. 13 court date.

ARREST: Josh Franklin Stanley, 36, of 233 Old Burg Road, Zionville, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine. Stanley was not issued a bond and was given a Jan. 18 court date.

ARREST: Daniel Marcus Gregory, 24, of 100 Sugar Ski Drive, No. 112, Banner Elk, was arrested and charged with DWI. Gregory was released on a written promise and was given a Jan. 25 court date.

ARREST: James Kameron Knight, 31, of 799 Love Hollow Road, Vilas, was arrested and charged with communicating threats. Knight was issued a Dec. 14 court date. No bond amount was listed.

LARCENY: Larceny of a store gift card was reported in the 4500 block of U.S. 421 North, Vilas.

ASSAULT: Simple assault was reported in the 200 block of Hampton Trailer Circle, Boone.

Nov. 30

ARREST: Jerry Brandon Hincher, 45, of 338 Brook Hollow Road, Boone, was arrested and charged with failure to appear on a domestic violence protective order violation. Hincher was not issued a bond and was given a Dec. 14 court date.

ARREST: Jose Lorenzo Trinidad Ibarra, 33, of 113 Boonlet Road, Boone, was arrested on an order for arrest for failure to appear on a speeding and no operators license charge. Ibarra-Trinidad was issued a $400 secured bond and a Jan. 18 court date.

Dec. 1

ARREST: Justin Daniel Baskerville, 24, of 6954 U.S. 421, Bristol, Tenn., was arrested and charged with being intoxicated and disruptive and resisting a public officer. Baskerville was issued a $2,000 secured bond and a Dec. 14 court date.

ARREST: Matthew Justin Carroll, 23, of 615 Fallview Lane, Boone, was arrested and charged with DWI and failure to maintain lane control. No bond amount or court date were listed.

POSSESSION: Felony possession of marijuana was reported in the area of Community College Drive and N.C. 105 Bypass, Boone.

VANDALISM: Destruction/damage/vandalism of a TV was reported in the 1000 block of Fallview Lane, Boone.

MULTIPLE OFFENSES: DWI and failure to maintain lane control were reported in the 100 block of Monarch Lane, Boone.

MULTIPLE OFFENSES: Being intoxicated and disruptive and resisting a public officer were reported in the 900 block of Ski Mountain Road, Blowing Rock.

DRUG VIOLATIONS: Drug/narcotic violations by possession of marijuana was reported in the 100 block of Woodring Circle, Boone.

Dec. 2

ARREST: Shawn Marvin Lambert, 41, of 166 Autumn Ridge Road, Boone, was arrested and charged with two counts of failure to appear and resisting a public officer. Lambert was issued a $6,500 secured bond and a Jan. 18 court date.

ARREST: Tobylee Antrell Patterson, 28, of 118 Tremont Drive, Boone, was arrested and charged with failure to appear. Patterson was issued a $2,000 secured bond and a Jan. 3 court date.

ARREST: Brad Joseph Marquis, 36, of 264 Woodring Circle, Boone, was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor offense. Marquis was issued a $2,500 secured bond and a Dec. 7 court date.

IDENTITY THEFT: Identity theft was reported in the 100 block of Tanner Road, Boone.

MULTIPLE OFFENSES: Breaking and entering a building and simple assault were reported in the 100 block of Parkwood Circle, Boone.

LARCENY: Misdemeanor larceny of a Canon camera, $3 and Ray-Ban sunglasses was reported in the 100 block of Long Street, Boone.

Dec. 3

POSSESSION: Possession of drug paraphernalia was reported in the area of West King Street and Poplar Grove Connector, Boone.

CALLS: The Watauga County Sheriff’s Office reported one call for service.

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