• The theft of $73 worth of regular gasoline occurred Sunday afternoon at the Best Buy convenience store at the intersection of West Pine and South streets, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. A known individual is said to have taken the fuel, but no charges were reported in the immediate aftermath of the incident.
• Judith Lynn Truban, 60, of 314 Cherry St., was arrested Saturday night on charges of misuse of the 911 system and resisting, obstructing or delaying a public officer. Truban was encountered by police at her residence after she allegedly had dialed 911 several times with no emergency having occurred.
As she was being arrested for misusing the emergency communications system and advised to put her hands behind her back, Truban resisted and was taken into custody after “a brief physical encounter,” police records state. Truban, whom testing revealed to have a blood-alcohol content of 0.22 percent, was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $500 secured bond and slated for a Nov. 2 appearance in District Court.
• A property-damage incident occurred Tuesday night at a home on Granite Road, where the windshield was cracked on a 2004 Chrysler Concorde owned by Phillip Fitzgerald Mitchell of Linville Road. The damage was put at $300.
• Ricquonda Yvonne Campbell, 22, of High Point, was served Monday with a warrant for arrest on a charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after she was located on Lovill Street. The warrant had been issued earlier that day with Samanthia Lawana Medley of West Lebanon Street as the complainant. Campbell is free on a $500 unsecured bond to appear in Surry District Court on Oct. 6.
• Property valued at about $9,700 was discovered missing Friday from Leonard Building and Truck Accessories on North Andy Griffith Parkway. The crime included towing an Arising Industries enclosed cargo trailer valued at $2,109 from the business lot and the theft of other items listed as 10 black vinyl rollup tonneau (truck) covers valued at $4,990, two Chevrolet/GMC floor mats, Ford running boards, a roof rack, two Chevy Tahoe floor mats, a 7-inch-round headlight, a hitch ball mount, two Ford floor mats, an aluminum trailer step;
Also, an axle hub kit for a trailer, a Chevy Tahoe third-seat floor mat, an anti-flicker wiring harness, a 180-watt LED light, a set of Ford rear mud flaps, an aluminum ladder rack, step bars, a forged ball mount, an electric brake control harness, a Chevy quick plug and a hitch wiring plug.
• Jacob Paul Church, 35, of 122 Westover Drive, was arrested on a charge of resisting, obstructing or delaying a public officer Friday after he was encountered during a suspicious-vehicle call on West Lebanon Street. During the investigation, Church allegedly provided a false name and was held in the Surry County Jail under a $300 secured bond. He is scheduled to be in District Court on Oct. 26.
Church also has a Sept. 12 court date for driving while license revoked (not impaired), giving fictitious information to an officer, having no car insurance and having a revoked/suspended license plate.
He also has a Sept. 20 court date for charges of misdemeanor larceny and possession of stolen goods.
• Also Friday, a wallet owned by Abigail Justice Lawson, whose address is listed on police records as Blue Road, was stolen from a shopping cart at Walmart. The wallet, white in color, contained an undisclosed sum of money, a Social Security card, a driver’s license and a military ID.