Police reports

• A Mount Airy man was jailed under a $15,000 secured bond Thursday on outstanding felony warrants after officers located him at a local restaurant, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. Dino Dennis Greene Jr., 28, of 131 Jim Reynolds Lane, was wanted on charges of breaking and entering, obtaining property by false pretense and larceny, all felonies, which had been issued on July 27 through the Surry County Sheriff’s Office. After being located in the parking lot of Aunt Bea’s on North Andy Griffith Parkway, Greene was taken to the Surry County Jail and is scheduled to be in District Court on Oct. 27.

• A torch and skate shoes, valued altogether at $42, were stolen from Walmart Thursday by an unknown suspect.

• Also Thursday, a red Troy-Bilt push mower valued at $200 was discovered missing from the Bank Street residence of Esther Semones Jackson after it was left unattended.

• Timothy Jackson Odell of Massey Road told police on Sept. 1 that the license plate, number NWF3018, was stolen from his 1995 Ford Explorer while it was at 336 E. Pine St., the address for Weddle’s Transmission and Auto Repair.

• Two separate cases of obtaining property by false pretense occurred on Aug. 31, involving someone passing a fraudulent $200 check belonging to Nunn Memorials at Surrey Bank & Trust on West Pine Street and an attempting to pass another of the same amount at the bank’s branch on Rockford Street.

• Also on Aug. 31, a known suspect is said to have stolen two Bostitch socket sets from Walmart, valued altogether at nearly $250. They were listed as recovered, with no explanation given.

• Jennie Surratt Parks, 55, of 131 Meadowlark Lane, was cited for allowing a dog to run at large on Aug. 28 after her canine bit a woman, identified as Mary Martin, while it was off the owner’s property. The dog was seized by county animal-control personnel and Parks is scheduled to be in Surry District Court on Sept. 8.

• Matthew Doyle Burke, 24, of 3252 Zephyr Road, Elkin, was arrested on a second-degree trespassing violation on Aug. 28 after he allegedly caused a disturbance at the Wendy’s fast-food restaurant and refused to leave that location. He was jailed under a $2,500 secured bond and slated for an Oct. 12 appearance in District Court.

• Cindy Lee Ross, 28, of 156 Chinquipin Circle, was jailed under a $17,500 secured bond on Aug. 28 after police encountered her at a Johnson Street location in reference to a trespassing call. During the investigation, Ross allegedly failed to obey officer commands and fled on foot, being apprehended on North South Street at Lovill Street. She was arrested on charges of resisting, obstructing or delaying a public officer; second-degree trespassing; and two counts of violating probation which had been filed on July 28. Ross’ court date is Oct. 12.

• Ginger Lynn Inscore, 44, of 1438 Park Drive, was cited for larceny and possession of stolen goods on Aug. 27 after allegedly taking sunglasses from Enmar Accessories, a business at Mayberry Mall. Inscore is scheduled to be in District Court on Sept. 29.

• Police were told on Aug. 25 that property valued at $1,040 had been stolen from the Church Street home of Ronald Leon Haynes after it was entered through an unsecured door. Taken were a DeWalt eight-piece drill set and 15-piece bit set, a Kobalt 50-piece drill set and a Skil router and jig saw.

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