Police reports


• A theft of wheels and tires was discovered Tuesday at McCreary’s Auto Sales on North Andy Griffith Parkway, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. A Chevrolet Trailblazer in the parking lot there was jacked up in order to remove all four wheels with 16-inch aluminum-silver rims and all-terrain tires. The stolen property is valued at $800.

• Police were told Monday that clothing valued at $42, described as Fox and Quicksilver shirts, had been stolen from the Sagesport store on Rockford Street by an unknown suspect.

• A second-degree trespassing violation was filed Monday against Michael Ray Norman, 46, of 504-B Merritt St., after he was encountered during a suspicious-person call at the Super C convenience store on East Pine Street and it was discovered that Norman had been banned from that location in March 2014. He is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Aug. 28.

• The theft of a Foscam power cord for a security camera was discovered Monday at the Factory Street residence of Joseph Dean Harris. The stolen property is valued at $35.

• Patrick Loren Towe, 46, of 315 Crotts Road, was served with warrants on two felony counts of obtaining property by false pretense on May 15, which had been issued through the Surry County Sheriff’s Office on May 13. Towe was released on a $5,000 unsecured bond to appear in District Court on June 13.

• Christopher Scott Hurt, 22, of 115 Square St., was charged with felonious possession of a Schedule II controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop on South Street at Granite Street on May 14. Hurt was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $2,500 secured bond, with Aug. 7 his court date.

• David Bruce Marshall, 38, of 189 Chatham Road, was charged with four counts of hit and run and driving while impaired on May 13. Marshall was held in the Surry County Jail under a $1,000 secured bond and slated for a June 27 District Court appearance. Details of the alleged hit-and-run incidents were not listed.

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