Police reports


• Two people allegedly linked to a recent theft of beer have been arrested in Mount Airy on felonious larceny charges, according to city police department reports. Douglas Wayne Honeycutt, 26, and Kaylene Elizabeth Jessup, 26, both of 1254 E. Pine St., are each accused of felonious possession of stolen goods/property, with Jessup also charged with conspiracy to commit felony larceny and Honeycutt with habitual larceny, which also are felonies.

Jessup is facing a further violation of driving while license revoked/not involving impairment. She and Honeycutt were located Friday on West Lebanon Street and served with outstanding warrants for arrest on the charges which had been filed the same day. Police records indicate that the arrest stemmed from the theft of three 24-pack cases of Bud Light and one 24-pack case of Coors, with a total value of $76, from Sheetz on April 14. Honeycutt was held in the Surry County Jail under a $5,000 secured bond and Jessup, a $1,000 secured bond, with both scheduled to appear in District Court on May 17.

• An attempted larceny and an assault occurred Saturday night at Advance Auto Parts on West Pine Street, where an unknown suspect tried to steal two headlight bulbs valued at $16 and grabbed the wrist of a store employee, Alexis Hope Hayter, of Pilot Mountain. The merchandise was recovered.

• Police were told on April 18 that a utility trailer valued at $1,500 and a registration plate, number AA68857, had been stolen from a residence in the 600 block of North Main Street, with the victim of the crime listed as J.G. Coram Construction Co. on Caudle Drive. The trailer is described as 6 feet by 12 feet, black in color.

• A traffic stop on April 18 in a bank parking lot on North Main Street led to two people being jailed on felony drug offenses. Lawrence Lowell Scales, 50, of 928 N. Main St., and Woodrow Stansbury Williams, 50, of 115 Umpire Trail, are each charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver; possession of marijuana with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver; and two misdemeanors, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana paraphernalia.

Williams additionally was charged with maintaining a drug vehicle/dwelling place and Scales with driving while license revoked/not involving impairment. Both men were held in the Surry County Jail under an $11,500 secured bond each and slated for a June 2 appearance in District Court.

• Jacob Anthony Boyd, 23, of 249 Cedar Ridge Road, was cited for larceny and possession of stolen goods on April 17 at Walmart, which involved the theft of an Epic Bluetooth headphone set valued at $100, which was not recovered. Boyd is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on May 18 and has been banned from Walmart. Three other people who were encountered in the store parking lot during the larceny investigation were cited for misdemeanor drug offenses and also banned.

• An undisclosed sum of money, along with property valued at $175 — including jewelry, bath products and a knife — were stolen on April 17 from an unlocked 2014 Nissan Altima at the Andy Griffith Playhouse/Museum, with Abbe Grae Johnson of Walnut Drive listed as the victim.

• Adrian Shawn Haynes, 47, of 908 N. South St., was arrested on a second-degree trespassing violation on April 17 at Starlite Motel, from which he had been banned earlier that day in the presence of a police officer. Haynes was held in the Surry County Jail under a $300 secured bond, with his court date April 25.

• Ashley Dawn Ferguson, 34, of 135 TNT Place, Siloam, was served on April 16 with a criminal summons for a larceny violation that had been issued through the Surry County Sheriff’s Office on April 11 with David Benjamin Burnette of Siloam Road as the complainant. Ferguson is scheduled to appear in District Court Thursday.

• A license tag, number HP1267, was stolen from a 2006 Dodge 1300 truck on April 15 while the vehicle owned by Charles Lionel Smith of Autumn Lane, Pilot Mountain, was at the Lowe’s hardware store.

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