• A truck valued at $47,507 was reported stolen Tuesday from a business on Hay Street, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. The gray 2013 Dodge 3500 heavy-duty pickup is owned by Tarheel Converter and Core. Its license number is EK1271.
• Police were told Wednesday that a black Acer laptop computer valued at $400 had been stolen from Paradise Games in Mayberry Mall by an unknown suspect.
• Two women were arrested on felony charges of obtaining property by false pretense on July 10 in connection with crimes at Circle K on Rockford Street which allegedly were witnessed by loss-prevention personnel there. Tremyne Kinshasa Little, 40, of Winston-Salem, is charged with four counts of that offense and Evonne Dorothy Tillman, 35, of 135 Justin Lane, Mount Airy, three counts.
Tillman additionally was served with an outstanding warrant for a worthless check violation which had been issued in Guilford County on July 14. Details regarding the Circle K crimes were not listed. Little was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $10,000 secured bond and Tillman, an $8,000 bond. The women are facing September appearances in Surry District Court.
• Stereo equipment valued at $550 was discovered missing on July 16 from an unlocked 2003 Lincoln Aviator owned by Rodrigo Galazra Rodriguez, an East Bluemont Road resident. Included were a CD stereo unit, an amplifier and four speakers, for which no brand names were listed. The theft occurred while the vehicle was at Best Auto Sales in the 1700 block of South Main Street.
• Alisha Denise Chaney, 19, of the Hampton Inn on Rockford Street, was cited for larceny on July 17 during a disturbance at Walmart, where she allegedly was found in possession of merchandise valued at $94. In connection with the same incident, Makayla Nicole Combs, 18, of 1024 Oakridge Road, Cana, Virginia, was cited for larceny after being found in possession of $54 in stolen merchandise. All the property was recovered and Chaney and Combs are scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Sept. 9.
• The larceny of an iPhone Plus cellular phone valued at $800 occurred on July 15. The phone, owned by Noel Rico of East Pine Street, was stolen at Riverside Park.