Police reports

• A Yadkin County man is facing charges in Mount Airy after being encountered by police Thursday during a larceny investigation at an apartment in the 100 block of Rawley Avenue involving a stolen bicycle, according to city police department reports.

Kelly Shane Marion, 33, of 3832 Jingle Dog Way, Yadkinville, is accused of possession of stolen goods, second-degree trespassing and possession of drug paraphernalia. The bicycle, a Genesis Max Air mountain bike owned by Roger Kelly Widener of South Main Street, had been reported stolen Wednesday from under a shelter at a Maple Street residence. Marion is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Dec. 12.

• A case of obtaining property by false pretense occurred Wednesday at Lowes Foods, involving the victim of the crime, Richard Wayne Hawks of Lambsburg Road, Lambsburg, Virginia, being contacted by an unknown suspect via telephone who scammed money, specifically $200 on iTunes cards, according to police records.

• Violations of larceny and possession of stolen goods were issued Wednesday against Alvin Junior Hunter, 63, of Winston-Salem, who was encountered by city police on Angela Lane during a follow-up investigation, with other details not given. Hunter is scheduled to be in District Court on Nov. 10.

• It was reported last Saturday that a variety of property with a total value of $4,800 had been discovered missing in late September from the residence of Daniel Patrick Sandlin in the 200 block of Rockford Street. Stolen were 400 DVD and Blu-Ray movies, a Camel lighter collection with 10 items in all, two Toro weedeaters red and white in color, a yellow and black Poulan chainsaw, two other chainsaws that are red and yellow, an ammo box with various contents and a ceiling fan.

• Bobby Keith Jessup Jr., 52, listed as homeless, was jailed on Sept. 29, when he allegedly was intoxicated and disruptive as police encountered him during a soliciting call in the area of Bojangles’ on South Andy Griffith Parkway. Jessup had been given a warning for soliciting earlier that day and advised he would be arrested for any further such behavior. Jessup also was held in contempt of court for cursing a magistrate and was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $5,000 secured bond. His District Court date is Nov. 15.

• April Denise Clark, 45, of 174 New St., No. 2, was served on Sept. 28 with an outstanding criminal summons for a second-degree trespassing offense that had been filed by security personnel at Northern Hospital of Surry County on Sept. 22. Clark was encountered near her home on Sept. 28 after police were advised that she had just left the hospital and was the subject of the summons. Her court date is Nov. 4.

• A license tag, R938DV, was stolen on Sept. 28 from a 2001 Ford Explorer SUV owned by Douglas Michael Cassell, a Mantle Avenue resident. The theft occurred at 116 Bluemont Road, the address for Mayberry Garage.

• Police learned on Sept. 27 that a power meter had been stolen from a residence on Factory Street, with the victims of the crime listed as Douglas Chad Stafford of Sherwood Drive, Douglas Clifton Stafford of North Franklin Road, and Duke Energy. No value was noted for the missing device.

• Walmart was the scene of a theft on Sept. 26, when a digital In View color video monitor valued at $106 was taken by a known individual.

• A break-in was discovered on Sept. 25 at the residence of Myrtle Grace Autry in the 1700 block of North Main Street, which involved the theft of property valued at $600, including a Sanyo 42-inch flat-screen television set, a Kindle tablet computer and a Metro DVD player.

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