• A Mount Airy man has been accused of giving alcohol to persons under 21, 11 of whom also were cited for underage consumption, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. The case stems from a disturbance call involving a city noise ordinance violation for loud music early Saturday at 150 Guiness Lane, the address of William Grayson Handy, 21. In addition to the alleged offense of providing alcohol, Handy is facing a charge of possession of stolen property due to a stop sign and Guiness Lane street sign being found at the home.
Those cited for underage consumption of alcohol were Anna Olivia Smith, 18, of 125 Snapdragon Lane; Brianna Nicole Schwartz, 17, of 504 Ridgeway Drive; Charles Dakota Smith, 20, of 338 Reeves Mill Road; Hannah Marie Goins, 19, of 526 Bennett St.; Carson Slate Orange, 16, of 1611 N. Main St.; Autumn Taylor Joyce, 18, of 401 Lazy Brook Lane; Ryan Chandler Grice, 20, of 406 Buena Vista Drive, Pilot Mountain; Ashley Nicole Reynolds, 19, of 125 Oak Ridge Court; James Alex Edwards, 18, of 587 N. Franklin Road; Abby Nicole Turney, 19, of 287 Farm Brook Road; and Matthew David Wall, 19, 3791 N.C. 268, Siloam. Those implicated are scheduled for Surry District Court appearances in September and October.
• Daniel James Phillips, 32, of 2479 S. Main St., turned himself in Friday on felony charges of first-degree burglary and larceny after a breaking and entering and a misdemeanor violation of interfering with emergency communications which had been filed on Aug. 6. Details regarding the charges were not listed. In addition, Phillips is accused of a simple assault offense issued the same day and an assault and battery violation filed in July with Christopher Stephen Conlon of Creed Street as the complainant. Phillips was held in the Surry County Jail under a secured bond, with the figure not listed, and is to be in court on Aug. 29 and Sept. 10.
• The theft of four wheels and tires from a 1983 Ford F-150 pickup, valued at $900 altogether, was discovered Sunday at Custom Modular Homes on North Andy Griffith Parkway, where the truck’s owner, Danny Kay Hawks of Black Beard Lane, is employed.
• John Wayne Johnson, 46, was arrested for inhaling toxic fumes Sunday after police conducted a welfare investigation at the residence he shares with his sister at 454 Austin Drive. Johnson was jailed under a $500 secured bond and slated for a Sept. 26 court appearance. The Mount Airy Fire Department was called to vent the apartment from the unidentified substance used and the Surry County Emergency Medical Service was dispatched to check on Johnson’s sister.
• A break-in occurred Sunday at First Presbyterian Church on South Main Street, with entry gained by using a blunt object that caused door/window damage of $100, with nothing listing as missing.
• An investigation of a suspicious vehicle Friday led to violations of resisting, obstructing or delaying a public officer and having an open container of alcohol against Donald Ray Hayslip, 31, of 197 Niston Lane, who also was served with an order for arrest for failing to appear in court which had been filed on July 18. Hayslip, who allegedly gave a false name during the investigation, was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $4,000 secured bond, with Oct. 1 his court date.
• Jerry Gray Slate, 64, of 256 Beasley St., was cited for a leash-law violation Saturday after allegedly letting his dogs run loose. Slate is scheduled for an Oct. 1 court appearance.
• Officers responding to a suspicious-person call Friday at the Four Brothers convenience store on Holly Springs Road cited Ricky Mitchell Sheets, 28, of 611 E. Haymore St., for larceny, involving Bud Light beer. Sheets is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Sept. 16.