Police reports

• Property valued at $900 was discovered missing from a Mount Airy residence Wednesday, according to city police department reports. The home of Mitchell Ralph Arrington on Fancy Gap Road was broken into through a door, enabling the theft of a Visio 40-inch flat-screen television set, an Emerson 42-inch flat-screen set and a Sony PlayStation 3 unit.

• Also Wednesday, police were told that three car batteries and two lawn mower batteries, valued altogether at $225, had been stolen earlier in the week from another Fancy Gap Road location, the junkyard of Gary Lee Allen.

• A break-in of a motor vehicle was discovered Wednesday at Currier-Withers Supply Co. on Hadley Street, where the window of a 2002 Chevrolet truck owned by the business was broken to gain entry. Nothing was listed as missing, but the damage was put at $100.

• Violations including two counts each of larceny and possession of stolen goods were filed Sunday against Mitchell Dain Reynolds, 59, of 215 Crestview Drive, after police investigated thefts at Kmart in Mayberry Mall and Roses in the New Market Crossing shopping center. Reynolds was found to have allegedly taken food and toiletry items valued at nearly $30 from Kmart and also cat food from Roses, which all were recovered. He is free on a written promise to appear in Surry District Court on Aug. 26 and has been banned from the mall by security personnel there.

• Two Galax, Virginia, residents, Brandi Lynn Atkins, 34, and Amy Lynn Cox, 27, were cited for larceny Sunday after a disturbance call at Mayberry Mall. Atkins additionally is accused of failing to stop at the scene of an accident and Cox was served with an outstanding order for arrest for failing to appear in court which had been issued in March 2006. Cox was held in the Surry County Jail under a $300 secured bond. Details were not listed regarding the other alleged offenses, for which both women are scheduled to be in District Court on Sept. 10.

• Kristi Keli Gunter, 24, of 188 W. Cleve St., was cited for second-degree trespassing Saturday after she was seen at H.B. Rowe Environmental Park on Hamburg Street, a location she was known to be banned from, according to police records. Gunter’s court date is Aug. 24.

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