• A Mount Airy woman was jailed under a $6,000 secured bond during a recent wanted-person investigation in the U.S. 52/Carter Street area, according to city police department reports.
Stacy Hope Combs, alias Sherrie Ann Womack, 41, of 224 Gwyn Ave., subsequently was charged on Oct. 15 with providing fictitious information to an officer and possession of drug paraphernalia, in addition to being wanted on an Aug. 31 order for arrest for violating probation.
A man arrested during the same incident, Justin Kerry Robertson, 24, of 121 Round Peak Church Road, was charged with providing fictitious information to an officer and carrying a concealed weapon (a handgun), in addition to being served with two orders for arrest for failing to appear in court in Surry and Guilford counties, filed on July 26. Robertson was jailed under a $1,800 secured bond.
Robert Lee Hodge, 37, of 122 Bryant Road, the driver of a vehicle that was found stranded at the U.S. 52/Carter Street location, also is facing violations of no operator’s license, no insurance, bearing a revoked license plate, and possession of drug paraphernalia resulting from a probable-cause search. All three people are scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Nov. 30.
Stacy Combs also has a Dec. 8 court date in Stokes County for felony possession of methamphetamine and three misdemeanors: possession of a schedule II controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and probation violation.
Hodge has a court date Thursday for driving with no license. He has a Nov. 8 date in Wake County for speeding and no car insurance. He has a Nov. 21 appearance in Johnston County for driving while impaired, reckless driving to endanger and revocation of his license.
Hodge has a court date Dec. 4 in Surry County for possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana paraphernalia and misdemeanor larceny.
• A break-in of a residential property on Byerly Street was discovered on Monday of last week, which involved entry being gained by breaking a window. Nothing was reported missing from the structure, owned by Tom Fawcett.
• A black Metro PCS LG cell phone case valued at $32 was stolen on Oct. 4 from Metro PCS on Carter Street by an unknown suspect.
• The Sheetz convenience store also was the scene of a theft on Oct. 4, when unknown suspects stole beer and two Clubtail “Sex on the Beach” cocktails in cans.