• Two men were arrested and charged with resisting, obstructing or delaying a public officer after a civil disturbance during the weekend, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. Officers responded to a Wilson Street location near Renfro Street early Sunday in reference to the disturbance call and encountered Nathan Eugene Bedsaul, 31, of 3923 E. Pine St., and Daniel James Phillips, 34, of 118 E. Wilson St., No. 4.
Bedsaul, while being taken into custody, allegedly continued to pull away and resisted lawful orders, while Phillips — after being warned — is said to have continued to interfere and failed to obey orders as Bedsaul was being placed under arrest. In addition to the resisting charge, Bedsaul was served with an outstanding warrant on a larceny offense that had been filed in the city on March 31, for which no details were listed. He was held in the Surry County Jail under a $5,000 secured bond and Phillips also was jailed on a secured bond, though no figure was listed. Both men are scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on July 21.
• A larceny occurred Monday at Food Lion in Granite Towne Centre on South Andy Griffith Parkway, where a $20 bill was removed from the purse of Mona Lisa Tate of Cox Drive while the purse was in a restroom.
• Terry Conway Guynn, 39, of Toast, was served on April 14 with three warrants for breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, larceny and a probation violation which had been filed last September in Catawba County. Guynn, who was encountered by local police at a pain-management facility on South South Street, was confined in the Surry County Jail, with no bond figure listed. He is facing an upcoming court appearance in Catawba County, police records show.
• A larceny charge was issued against Tammy Bruner Wall, 48, of 407 Pine Terrace Drive, on April 14 at Walmart, where she allegedly took miscellaneous clothing with a total value of $120. The property was returned to the business and Wall is scheduled to be in Surry District Court on May 11.
• A black Nike backpack with a white Nike stripe and an ignition key for a 2005 Dodge Caravan were discovered missing from that vehicle on April 14. The theft occurred while the van, owned by Stephanie Washington of Lovill Street, was unsecured at her home.
• The residence of Penny Jester Willard on North Franklin Road was the scene of a crime on April 14, when an attempt was made to open a padlock to the doors of an outbuilding in an attempt to gain entry.
• Alisha Dawn Whitt, 29, of 104 Watson Lane, Dobson, was charged with larceny, possession of stolen property and second-degree trespassing after police were called to Walmart on April 12. Whitt also was served with two orders for arrest for failing to appear in court in Wake County. She was released under a $5,000 unsecured bond to appear in Surry District Court on May 11.
• Christopher Nathaniel Hicks, 24, who is listed as homeless, was arrested on charges of breaking and entering and injury to real property on April 11, after police responded to a break-in call at an apartment in the 100 block of West Lebanon Street which was supposed to be vacant. Hicks was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $1,000 secured bond and is to be in court on July 14.