Police reports

• A Mount Airy man has been jailed under a $50,000 secured bond after allegedly trying to set fire to a neighboring residence, according to city police department reports. John Douglas Huckabee, 46, of 410 Circle Drive, was charged late Saturday with attempted first-degree arson involving a house at 323 Circle Drive. Huckabee is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Nov. 8.

• Another case involving arson and damage to property was discovered Monday in a parking lot at the intersection of North Main and Galloway streets, where a Molotov cocktail was used in an attempt to burn a 1999 F-450 truck owned by Frontier Natural Gas in Elkin. The monetary loss from the incident, which also resulted in the windshield being broken along with damage to a wheel and tire, totaled $550.

• Skye Mariette Brown, 44, of York, Pennsylvania, was arrested Sunday on charges of damage to property, disorderly conduct and communicating threats after police investigated a civil disturbance at Starlite Motel. Brown was held in the Surry County Jail under a $500 secured bond and slated for a Sept. 11 appearance in District Court.

• A case of injury to personal property was discovered Sunday at the residence of Gregory Lee Galyean on Churchill Lane, where the trunk lock of his 1999 Buick LeSabre was broken, causing damage of $50.

• Bobby Richard Koehler, 35, of 151 Farmside Lane, Pilot Mountain, was served Saturday with a warrant for a felony violation of littering more than 500 pounds. Koehler was released on a written promise to appear in District Court on Oct. 16.

• Two Winston-Salem residents, Jennifer Ann Horton, 37, and Joseph Brock Williams, 26, were arrested on offenses of larceny and possession of stolen goods/property Saturday at Walmart, involving unspecified merchandise. Williams previously had been banned from the store in July, resulting in an additional violation against him of second-degree trespassing. He was held in the Surry County Jail under a $2,000 secured bond and Horton a $1,000 secured bond, with both scheduled to be in District Court on Sept. 6.

• Also Saturday, a U.S. Cellular iPhone 7 touch-screen cell phone and an Otter case, both black in color and owned by Rooney Lyn Haynes Jr. of Holder Road, were stolen from an employee restroom at Walmart after being left unattended. The property loss totaled $750.

• Property valued at $171, including a black Mongoose 27-inch bicycle, backpack, tire pump and bicycle chain, was discovered missing Saturday from the back porch of owner Jerry Ray Raby’s residence on Pacific Circle.