Police reports

• A Mount Airy man was jailed Sunday on a series of violations at Walmart, according to city police department reports. Cody Lee Stewart, 23, of 191 Willis Road, was arrested after allegedly stealing cologne and a USB product valued at $44. He is accused of shoplifting/concealment of goods, larceny, possession of stolen goods and two counts of second-degree trespassing. Stewart was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $750 secured bond and slated for a July 20 appearance in District Court.

• Also Sunday, a black charcoal grill valued at nearly $100 was stolen from a display outside Walmart after a cable was cut.

• Cody Gregory Sapp, 23, of 13923 Fancy Gap Highway, Cana, Virginia, turned himself in Thursday on an outstanding warrant for a felony charge of financial card theft. The case stems from an incident in late June when a Visa debit card owned by Pamela Payne Johnson of Turkey Ford Church Road was stolen after being left unattended at Biscuitville on Rockford Street. Sapp is free on a written promise to appear in Surry District Court on Sept. 10.

• Donnie Lee Danley, 42, of 109 Dutch Lane, was cited for a noise ordinance violation last Wednesday after police investigated a noise disturbance at his residence. Danley is scheduled to be in District Court on Sept. 10.

• Police were told on June 30 that 13 golf clubs — including woods, irons, a wedge and putters of the Callaway, Hippo, Ping and Taylor brands — had been stolen from the unsecured truck of Gregg George Knights along with a $100 pair of Footjoy golf shoes, a Nike golf bag and miscellaneous golfing items. The crime occurred at the victim’s home on Marshall Heights Street sometime from June 22-28.

• Also on June 30, police learned that a larceny had occurred at the Marshall Heights Street residence of Eleuterio Sanchez Cruz, where Adidas and Puma running shoes along with Converse and Nike products, valued at $400 altogether, were taken after being left unattended. The crime occurred sometime between May 15 and June 1.

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