Police reports

• Her alleged interfering with an electronic monitoring device in violation of probationary conditions has led to a Mount Airy woman being jailed, according to city police department reports. Bailey Shay Bledsoe, 30, of 140 W. Pine St., No. 4, was arrested last Wednesday at the city magistrate’s office after police were contacted by a probation representative. Bledsoe was held in the Surry County Jail under a $5,000 secured bond and was scheduled to appear in District Court on Tuesday.

• A larceny violation was issued against Kayla Nicole Rodgers, 23, of 144 Strawberry Lane, last Wednesday after she allegedly took two pairs of sunglasses valued at $20 from an unspecified business at Mayberry Mall. Rodgers’ District Court date is Dec. 1.

• The Belk department store was the scene of a theft on Oct. 31, when Under Armour clothing valued at $550 was taken by an unknown suspect.

• Charisse Lantonia Ellis, 30, of 234 Webster Road, is facing violations of driving while impaired and driving while license revoked after a motor vehicle crash on Oct. 28 on Forrest Drive in the vicinity of Golden Corral. Ellis is free on a written promise to appear in Surry District Court on Dec. 6.

• A larceny of merchandise valued at $331 was discovered on Oct. 26 at Walmart, involving two Stanley tool sets and two Duracell batteries that were taken by a known suspect.

• Jason Alexander Austin, 34, of 135 W. Lebanon St., No. 3, was arrested on Oct. 25 on charges of larceny of a motor vehicle, a felony; misdemeanor larceny; and simple assault. Austin was jailed under a $2,000 secured bond, with next Wednesday his court day. Other details regarding the charges were not given.

• A break-in at the Sandy Level Community Center on North Franklin Road, which was discovered on Oct. 25, netted the theft of copper wiring from a breaker box and ceilings throughout the structure, with the property loss and damage estimated at $1,000 to $1,300 altogether.

• A theft occurred on Oct. 24 at Walmart, where merchandise valued at $166 was taken, including a 205-piece Bosch tool set, pizza, ground meat and a vacuum cleaner belt. The latter two items were recovered, with no explanation listed in police records.

• Colton Lee McMillian, 19, of 104 Sunnybrook Lane, was arrested on outstanding warrants for an assault and battery charge that had been issued on Aug. 1 and two orders for arrest for failing to appear in court filed in May after he was encountered by police during a suspicious-person call at Holiday Inn Express on Oct. 24 and found to be wanted. McMillian was jailed under a $2,000 secured bond and slated for a Nov. 16 appearance in Surry District Court.

• Tamara Ashley Tenney, 24, of 107 Provision Trail, was cited for failing to yield to a blue light and siren on Oct. 24 on U.S. 52 at Frederick Street, stemming from an attempt by police to stop her vehicle due to a wanted individual being a passenger. Tenney is scheduled to appear in District Court on Dec. 12.

• A second-degree trespassing offense was issued against Zachary Wade Johnson, 29, of 527 Old Highway 89, on Oct. 24 at a Rawley Avenue location. Johnson is to be in District Court on Jan. 12.

• Christopher Kelly Smith, 31, of 334 N. Depot St., Pilot Mountain, turned himself in on charges of attempted breaking and entering, injury to real property and domestic criminal trespassing on Oct. 22 in Mount Airy. The charges had been issued the day before through the Surry County Sheriff’s Office, with no other details listed. Smith’s court day is next Monday.

• William Charles Dockery, 35, of 425 Dover Church Road, was arrested on a second-degree trespassing violation at Northern Hospital of Surry County on Oct. 22, after calling there several times in an effort to speak with a nurse and being warned by security personnel that he would be arrested for trespassing if he came to the hospital. Dockery was jailed under a $500 secured bond and is to be in Surry District Court on Nov. 17.

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