DOBSON — Garcia Antonio, of Green Street, Mount Airy, made a report to the Surry County Sheriff’s Office of a breaking and entering at property located on Fancy Gap Road in Mount Airy. According to the April 22 report, the stolen items included a 10-gallon shop vac valued at $100, a Porter-Cable sander valued at $125, a $100 bathroom faucet, 10 sets of door locks valuing $140, a $50 square bathroom mirror and dining room light fixture valued at $250.
• Kendall Shane Ziglar, 29, of Jones School Road, Mount Airy, was arrested April 17 and charged with felonious failure to return hired motor vehicle valued at more than $4,000. He was confined in the Surry County Detention Center under a $5,000 secured bond with a court appearance scheduled for June 14.
• On April 22, Linda Ann Malmquist, 43, of Brindle Road, Dobson, reported an incident that a Greensboro-based business had scratched her truck while replacing the windshield, causing $1,700 of damage to the automobile’s exterior.
• Rebecca Lynn Lawson, of Christopher Lane, Mount Airy, reported the metal door on her mailbox broken off. The damage was valued at $50.
• James Donald McCreary, of Beulah Church Road, Lowgap, reported that a shed located on Miller Road, Mount Airy, was broken into. According to the April 22 report, a John Deere lawn tractor, valued at $2,500, and a John Deere push mower valued at $800, were stolen. Other missing items included an antique red wheel barrel, valued at $50, and $500 of miscellaneous tools. Damage to the wood on the building totaled $200.
• Heather Lynn Scott, of Badgett Road, Ararat, reported her motor vehicle stolen on April 22. The plum-colored 2003 Nissan Maxima was valued at $1,000.
• Britnie Alexandre Baker, of Seatpath Trail, was charged with one count of obtaining property by false pretense and two counts of misdemeanor larceny on April 20. Bond was set at $1,000 secured with a court date of June 13.
Reach Terri Flagg at 415-4734.