The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled
KEEP CALM AND ROLL YOUR WINDOWS BACK UP
We can all rest easy as the Winston-Salem Window Shooters have been arrested. If you’ve been following, a series of streets and parking lots have had problems with BB guns blowing out windows. Dillon Randall Englert, 20, and Harley Ray Stroud, 19, stand accused of multiple counts of vandalism, though the investigation into past incidents remains ongoing. Much like assassins, they have been identified by three names to make them look more guilty.
MISSING HIGH POINT MAN TURNS UP DEAD IN GREENSBORO LAKE
Greensboro police removed a young man’s body from Lake Townsend on Sunday. They later identified the young man as Dorien Daymon Jackson, 18, of High Point. The medical examiner ruled the cause of death to be the result of homicide, but police are not disclosing the specific manner because they want to avoid tipping off potential suspects as they investigate. Jackson was last seen on Jan. 10 and was reported missing by family members to the High Point Police Department. Anyone with information about Jackson’s death is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 336.373.1000.
DEATHS AT CORNWALLIS DRIVE HOUSE DEEMED MURDER AND SUICIDE
Coworkers of Michael Franklin Stutts, 60, became concerned when he did not show up for work, and Greensboro police came to his home at 105 W. Cornwallis Drive to conduct a welfare check at about 11:30 a.m. on March 2. After forcing their way into the house, officers found Stutts and Corry Matthew Munson, 40, of Stoneville, lying on the floor dead. Police are classifying the deaths as a domestic violence incident, after concluding through autopsy results and evidence that the case is likely one of murder and suicide. Police believe Stutts shot and killed Munson with a handgun before taking his own life.