• A U-Haul tow dolly valued at $4,700 was stolen Wednesday afternoon, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. The property, owned by the U-Haul corporation in Phoenix, was taken from a parking area at 1316 W. Pine St., the address of Hull Sales and Rentals.
• Also Wednesday, Jessica Renee Williams of 154 Dusty Lane was charged with resisting, obstructing or delaying a public officer after she was encountered during a suspicious-vehicle call on Bluemont Road at Crestview Street. Williams allegedly provided the false name of “Jessica Anne Lynch” and a date of birth indicating she was 40 years old, with police records listing her actual age as 33. Williams is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Dec. 4.
• A second-degree trespassing offense was filed Wednesday against Jonathan Tyler Dowling, 23, of Hillsville, Virginia, at Walmart, from which he had been banned last December. Dowling is to be in District Court on Oct. 16.
• Donnie Lee Danley, 44, of 109 Dutch Lane, is facing violations of shoplifting and trespassing issued Tuesday at the D&J Galaxy grocery store, where he allegedly shoplifted meat and cheese. Danley also had been banned from the business, police records state, resulting in the trespassing offense. His court date is Oct. 5.
• A larceny was discovered Monday at the residence of Tommie Lee Doss on Elizabeth Drive, where property valued at nearly $50 was taken, including 10 gallons of fuel, two red gas cans and a bungee cord.
• Jena Dellana Caudle, 36, of 4363 Skyline Highway, Galax, Virginia, was arrested on a felony fugitive from justice warrant last Sunday on Galloway Street at Junction Street and confined in the Surry County Jail under a $10,000 secured bond. No details were listed regarding the fugitive matter, for which Caudle is to be in District Court in Dobson on Oct. 4.
• Savannah Marie Pettitt, 22, of 173 Matthews Road, Pilot Mountain, was arrested on auto larceny and other violations after a traffic stop on Galax Trail on Sept. 8.
Pettitt was found to be the subject of outstanding warrants issued by Surry County authorities on Sept. 6, including two felonies, larceny of a motor vehicle and breaking and entering of a motor vehicle, along with misdemeanor larceny, failing to appear in court and a probation violation. She was confined in the county jail under a $3,500 secured bond and slated for an Oct. 26 District Court appearance.