Mount Airy Police Reports

• Property valued at $3,500, including a John Deere lawn mower, was stolen from a Mount Airy residence Sunday, according to city police department reports. The crime occurred at the home of Mary Lindsay Boyles on Howard Street, with the John Deere 376 mower valued at $2,500 taken along with a 5×12 trailer said to be worth $1,000. Cooke Rentals on West Lebanon Street is listed as the victim of the theft that was reported by Boyles.

• A moped was stolen Sunday from 695 W. Independence Blvd., the address for the Roses department store, by two known suspects. The owner of the 2017 TaoTao CY5OA model, valued at $800, is Dustin Michael Baker of East Haymore Street.

• Janie Lennette Waller, 36, of 559 Athey Simmons Road, was served Monday with a criminal summons for a misdemeanor larceny charge that had been filed on March 25 with the Kyoto Japanese restaurant on West Independence Boulevard as the victim. No other details were listed regarding the case, which is to be heard on April 18 in Surry District Court.

• A license plate, the number for which was listed variously on police records as FCC6507 and FCC5607, was stolen Sunday from a 2000 Chrysler Voyager van owned by Johnsie Howard-Lewis Nelson of North Wilkesboro. The theft occurred while the vehicle was at 1215 W. Lebanon St., the address for Food Lion.

• A case involving both larceny and the obtaining of property by false pretense occurred last Thursday at Walmart. Police records indicate that a known suspect stole two Propel miniature drones and attempted to fraudulently return the property for a refund, receiving money for one of the drones.

• The license tag, number PDX7318, was discovered missing Friday from a 1999 Buick LeSabre owned by Wesley Kent Brown of Inman Circle. The plate was taken while the vehicle was at Walmart.

• Another registration plate, number FD93493, was discovered stolen on March 28 from Mount Airy Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram-Fiat on North Andy Griffith Parkway, with the dealership listed as the victim.