Police reports

• After allegedly committing a crime Tuesday at Combat Zone, a business at Mayberry Mall, a local teen was cited for larceny after returning there later that day, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. William Michael Judd, 19, of 111 Badgett Ave., is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Aug. 25 on the alleged offense, for which other details were not listed, and has been banned from the mall by security personnel there.

• Misty Prim Hull, 40, of 223 Faye Trail in Siloam, was issued a citation Tuesday at the police station for a violation of substitution of price. This stemmed from an investigation of a crime at Walmart which was discovered on July 14. It involved a switch of items to achieve a lower price, listed as two packages of Parent’s Choice diapers valued at $40. Hull is to be in District Court on Sept. 16.

• Tabbetha Kay Kendrick, 37, of Winston-Salem, was served Monday with a criminal summons for allegedly failing to return rental property after being encountered by police during a civil disturbance call in the North Main Street/Springs Road area. The complainant in the case is an employee of Rent-A-Center on South Andy Griffith Parkway. Kendrick is to be in District Court on Aug. 14.

• After already being arrested twice on July 13 on charges of driving while impaired and driving while license revoked, Michael Wayne McMillian, 23, of 153 Mountain View Drive, was pulled over the next day for speeding 42 mph in a 25 mph zone and arrested again for driving while license revoked, police records show. McMillian was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $10,000 secured bond and slated for a Sept. 9 court appearance.

• Matthew Ryan Owens, 24, of 1504 S. Main St., was jailed under a $60,000 secured bond on July 13 on six orders of arrest which had been filed earlier in the month by the Surry County clerk of court. Owens is scheduled to appear in District Court on Aug. 24 on a number of felony probation violations and other charges, including larceny of a motor vehicle.

• A case involving the theft of a Visa Wells Fargo debit card and the obtaining of property by false pretense was discovered on July 13. It stems from Shannon Leigh Parker, a resident of the 1900 block of North Main Street, losing her card at Circle K on that street, which then was used at the store by an unknown suspect.

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