Police reports


• Damage was caused to city housing authority property with a beer bottle early Wednesday, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. The incident occurred at an apartment on Hadley Street, where a known individual used the bottle to break a door glass, with the screen damaged as well, causing total damage put at $80. The case was undergoing further investigation at last report. Also listed as a victim along with the housing authority is Taylor Michelle Roberson, who lives at the residence involved.

• Josh Allen Hall, 27, of 288 Hylton St., was served Monday with two outstanding warrants for charges of misdemeanor breaking and entering and misdemeanor larceny which had been issued on Aug. 6 with Alisha Nicole Uribe of Winston-Salem as the complainant. Hall is free on a written promise to appear in District Court in that city on Oct. 26.

• A license plate, number BFB7960, was stolen Tuesday from a 2013 Nissan Pathfinder owned by Linda Gaye Conner, a resident of Page Farm Road. The theft occurred while the vehicle was unattended at 692 S. Andy Griffith Parkway, the address for the Lowe’s hardware store.

• Counterfeit currency turned up at Circle K on North Main Street on Sept. 21, where an unknown individual attempted to buy items with a bogus $20 bill.

• A larceny was discovered on Sept. 20 at the home of Janet Howell Horton on Pippen Street, where an electric fireplace and an older-model flat-screen television set were taken. The property was valued at $175 altogether.

• Police were told on Sept, 21 that a license plate, number ID66427, had been stolen from a 1999 Ford Explorer while parked at Mount Airy Tire and Automotive on Carter Street. The victim of the crime is an entity known as Motorvations, located on Valleyview Drive.

• Also on Sept. 21, another plate was discovered stolen from a 1990 Ford F-150 pickup owned by Danny Lee Hardy, a Round Peak Church Road resident. The plate was taken while the vehicle was at an unidentified business location at 236 Starlite Road.

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