by By Tom Joyce
• Five Blue Rhino propane tanks valued at $250 were reported missing Thursday from the Four Brothers convenience store on Holly Springs Road, according to Mount Airy Police Department records. The tanks were taken after a lock was cut.
• A vehicular break-in occurred Wednesday at a residence on Junction Street, where a brown-leather pocketbook owned by Danielle Marion of Inman Road in Pilot Mountain was stolen from an unsecured 2013 Ford Fiesta. The loss also included assorted currency, a Social Security card and a North Carolina ID card.
• Violations of misdemeanor larceny and simple possession of a controlled substance (diazepam) were issued Monday against Daniel Allen Hancock, 25, of 606 Reely Cook Road, Dobson, after police responded to a disturbance call at Walmart. In addition to the illegal narcotic, Hancock was found to have allegedly concealed various items from the store. He was held in the Surry County Jail under a $2,500 secured bond, with an Oct. 24 District Court date set in the case.
• A Pomeranian valued at $2,000, owned by Rogelio Mejia Diaz of Red Brush Road, was stolen by an unknown suspect last Sunday while the dog was running loose at Riverside Park. The animal was described as brown, white and black.
• Michelle Dawn Montgomery, 25, of 127 Nantucket Lane, was cited last Sunday for concealment of merchandise at Walmart, involving items with a total value of $233. Montgomery is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Oct. 15.
• Two teens, Hazerria Maquarysia Bell, 17, of 182 Eleanor Ave., and Damiqua Patrae Duncan, 16, of 140 Eleanor Ave., are facing violations of larceny and possession of stolen goods which were filed last Sunday at Walmart, involving assorted jewelry and clothing valued at nearly $160. In addition, Mary Williams Green, 85, of 140 Eleanor Ave., is accused of larceny and possession of stolen goods, assorted clothing valued at $31. All three individuals are to be in District Court on Oct. 15.
• Larry Wayne King, 51, of 204 W. Church St., was arrested as a habitual felon on Sept. 14 at his residence. King was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $20,000 secured bond and is slated for an Oct. 8 District Court appearance.
• A black Samsung HDMI flat-screen television set was stolen on Sept. 13 from the unsecured residence of Jennifer Nicole Hayslip on Lovill Street.
• A property damage incident occurred on Sept. 12 at Veterans Memorial Park on West Lebanon Street, where deep scratches were made on a 2009 Cadilla DTS owned by Susanna Miller, who lives on Sheppard Knoll Road. The damage was put at $350.
• Ray Lane Noah, a resident of Bray Lane, reported on Sept. 11 that a sum of money, which police did not disclose, had been removed from his wallet that day as he slept on the street. The crime occurred on Pine Street near South Main Street.
• Austin Wayne King, 19, of Siloam, was arrested on two felony charges, possession/distribution of a methamphetamine precursor and conspiracy, on Sept. 10. King was encountered during a civil disturbance on South Street near Hadley Street by police, who discovered outstanding warrants on the charges which had been issued by the Surry County Sheriff’s Office on Sept. 6. He was jailed under a $5,000 secured bond, with a Nov. 27 appearance scheduled in District Court.
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