Police reports

• A man listed as homeless wound up in the Surry County Jail after allegedly trying to obtain a controlled substance using an illegal prescription, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. Leroy Clarence Borum, 55, was charged with attempting to obtain a controlled substance by forgery/fraud, a felony, stemming from an incident Wednesday at Walgreens near the New Market Crossing shopping center. Borum was taken into custody under a $5,000 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on July 28.

• Kimberly Renee Snow, 27, of 122 East End Drive, was arrested last Tuesday and held under a $30,000 secured bond on charges of larceny of a motor vehicle, a felony; misdemeanor larceny; and three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop on U.S. 601 near Old U.S. 601. The felony auto-larceny charge had been issued on May 18, and the other violations earlier in the month — all through the Surry County Sheriff’s Office — and Snow was encountered by city police knowing there were outstanding warrants for her. No other details were given. Snow’s court date is June 13.

• Thomas Harvey Snow, 66, no address listed, was jailed Thursday on a second-degree trespassing violation after being encountered during a disturbance at a Hamburg Street location he earlier was advised to leave and not return to, arrest records show. Snow was held under a $1,500 secured bond and slated for a July 13 appearance in Surry District Court.

• Police were told on May 26 that two unknown suspects had taken a pair of paintball guns from Walmart, valued at $244, and ran out of the store.

• Billie Jean Campbell, 42, of 1421 Fancy Gap Road, was arrested on May 25 on charges of larceny and possession of stolen goods after a traffic stop on South Andy Griffith Parkway stemming from an incident at Walmart, for which no additional details were given. Campbell also was charged with a concealed-weapon violation and was the subject of an order for arrest for failure to appear in court. She was held in the Surry County Jail under a $1,000 secured bond and is to be in District Court today.

• An offense of larceny by changing price tag was filed against Kendall Morgan Harrold, 19, of 373 Stevenson Farm Lane, Ararat, on May 25, when she allegedly switched tags on several items at Walmart with a tag of lesser value. Harrold is scheduled to be in District Court Wednesday.

• Nathan Alexander Mills, 18, of 113 Taylor Road, Pilot Mountain, is facing violations of larceny and possession of stolen goods/property, in addition to other charges previously reported. Outstanding warrants on the larceny and stolen property offenses, which had been filed on May 15, were served on Mills after he was encountered at a Carolina Court location and arrested on May 25, with a $1,500 secured bond set in the May 15 case. Mills is facing seven charges altogether involving the May 25 encounter, including forgery and breaking and entering of a motor vehicle among others, for which warrants were served at the same location. His court date is July 13.

• A crime involving the larceny of power was discovered on May 24 at the Plantation Place Lane residence of Linda Wright. It involved a known individual stealing electricity through use of an extension cord.

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