Police reports

• A Virginia man is being held under a $62,000 secured bond stemming from a trespassing incident involving a confrontation between two men which allegedly led to one being assaulted with a motor vehicle and shots being fired into it, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports.

Kyle Thomas Snow, 30, of 105 Homeplace Lane, Cana, engaged in the confrontation Friday morning with an acquaintance, Murphy Shawn Jones, at the latter’s home on Fancy Gap Road, police records show. No injuries apparently resulted from the vehicle assault or shots fired, but Snow was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and second-degree trespassing after an investigation. Police also discovered that Snow was wanted on outstanding warrants for assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of injury to personal property which had been issued through the Surry County Sheriff’s Office in September.

Snow was jailed under a combined $62,000 secured bond on both sets of charges and is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Nov. 5 and Nov. 23.

• Property with a value of at least $925 was taken during a break-in last Wednesday at the home of Steven Newton Worrell on Circle Drive. After entry was gained through an unsecured door, a Windows Surface Pro tablet computer was taken along with a PlayStation game console, an amplifier and a Flying V guitar for which no value was listed.

• Justin Leon Smith, 24, of 521 Merritt St., was charged with carrying a concealed gun and carrying a concealed weapon on Oct. 15 after he was encountered by police on Merritt Street near Maple Street, and was found in possession of a handgun and another weapon that was not identified. Smith was released on a written promise to be in Surry District Court this Thursday.

• Alisha Denise Chaney, 19, of 1264 McCraw Road in Lambsburg, Virginia, was cited for second-degree trespassing at Walmart on Oct. 15. Chaney is to be in District Court on Nov. 18.

• Garrett Tyler Knott, 20, of 142 N. Franklin Road, was jailed under a $95,000 secured bond on Oct. 12 for a long list of charges. Knott was arrested on Parker Road at Childress Lane after an officer tried to stop a four-wheeler Knott allegedly was operating on the roadway. He is said to have fled and failed to stop for blue lights and a siren, but was taken into custody after a pursuit.

Knott was charged with resisting a public officer, fleeing to elude arrest, giving false information to an officer, driving a motor vehicle with no registration and operating a motor vehicle with no insurance. He also was served with several outstanding warrants for charges initiated by city police, including five counts of felony probation violation which had been filed on Feb. 9; misdemeanor larceny, issued on April 14; and three other violations filed on Aug. 5: receiving stolen goods, resisting a public officer and injury to personal property. Knott is scheduled to be in District Court on Dec. 7.

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