Police reports

• A breaking and entering was discovered Saturday which involved the theft of a 2013 TaoTao 50cc moped valued at $1,800. It was stolen from the basement of the Cherry Street residence of owner Arlis Ray Collins. The crime also resulted in $55 in combined damage to a moped battery charger and a locking mechanism on the basement door.

• Mary Ann Bedsaul Willard, 50, of 211 Monroe Road, was charged with trafficking opium Thursday. The felony violation was filed along with three counts of misdemeanor possession of a Schedule II controlled substance after police encountered Willard in the Walmart parking lot in connection with a stolen vehicle report. The woman allegedly was in possession of “several types” of controlled substances, arrest records state, and was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $5,500 secured bond. She is scheduled to appear in District Court on Aug. 11.

• A Vizio 26-inch television set valued at $300 was stolen on June 11 during a break-in at the apartment of William Wickline on West Oakdale Street.

• A breaking, entering and larceny involving a motor vehicle occurred on June 11 at WilcoHess on Rockford Street. After the unsecured 2010 Toyota pickup was entered, a 10-carat white gold wedding band was taken along with a pink camouflage purse, a carton of Marlboro cigarettes and a brown leather wallet — a property loss totaling $283. Christopher Martin Fulp and Carrie Sue Beck, both of Pell Road in Westfield, were listed as the victims of the crime.

• The wallet of David Worth Collins of Cabin Lane in Ararat, Virginia, was stolen by an unknown suspect on June 11 after it was left on a counter of an unidentified business located at 1916 Rockford St., the address for McDonald’s. The wallet contained an undisclosed sum of cash, a Branch Banking and Trust credit card and a BB&T debit card.

• A larceny of tools occurred at the home of John Goins on Kyle Street on June 11, which involved an unknown suspect taking a square-point shovel and a machete with sleeve, valued altogether at $30.

• An attempt to pass counterfeit money occurred on June 10 at McDonald’s on Renfro Street. Multiple unknown persons were involved.

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