• A trailer valued at $2,000 was discovered missing from a Mount Airy residence Tuesday, according to city police department reports. The black Leonard flat-bed dual-axle car hauler, owned by Charles Lionel Smith of Autumn Lane, Pilot Mountain, was stolen from a Dyson Place location.
• Robert Lee Hodge, 37, of 122 Bryant Road, was arrested Saturday on felony drug charges in connection with a larceny call at Walmart, where loss-prevention personnel identified him as the suspect in the theft of a men’s jacket valued at $20 on Oct. 2, police records state.
A probable-cause search in the store parking lot led to Hodge being charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell or deliver, due to a plastic baggy containing a white residue and two glass smoking devices allegedly being located in a bookbag behind the driver’s seat of the 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe involved.
A consent search of Hodge’s person led to offenses of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana paraphernalia being filed against him after a grinder containing marijuana allegedly was found in a front pocket.
Hodge, who also was cited on a charge of larceny for the alleged jacket theft, was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $2,000 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in District Court on both Nov. 30 and Dec. 4.
During the same incident, Joseph Cory Hardy, 37, also of 122 Bryant Road, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia after a consent search of his personal effects. Hardy was scheduled to be in court Wednesday.
• A brown wallet owned by Diego Armando Carreon of Allred Mill Road, containing $100 in cash along with a Social Security card, driver’s license and credit/debit card, was stolen on Sept. 30 at Northern Hospital of Surry County by a known suspect. No charges were issued in the immediate aftermath of the theft.
• Charges of larceny and possession of stolen goods were filed against Mattox Zeaiter, 18, of Martinsville, Virginia, on Sept. 30 at Walmart. He is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Nov. 15.
• Mill Creek General Store was the scene of a theft discovered on Sept. 27, which involved multiple pairs of Farm to Feet socks valued at $52 being taken by an unknown suspect.