Mount Airy Police Reports

• The Dollar General store on Rockford Street was the scene of a theft on Tuesday, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. It involved an unknown male suspect taking a hand-held product scanner from a shelf where a store employee had been working. The Nokia Lumia device, black in color, is valued at $300.

• Stefanee Nikole Davis, 18, of 285 Brown Road, was charged Tuesday with two felonies: possession of a counterfeit controlled substance with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver and felonious possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, along with possession of drug paraphernalia. Davis, who was charged after a traffic stop in the vicinity of Big Lots on Carter Street, was released under a $2,500 unsecured bond and slated for a July 9 appearance in Surry District Court.

• Also Tuesday, Jessica Helen-Ann Smith, 26, of 239 Lori Lane, was served with a criminal summons for a cyberstalking charge that had been issued on May 5 with Todd Chevy Goins of Kernersville as the complainant. Smith is scheduled to be in District Court on June 8.

• A 2002 Tow Pro 6×12 utility trailer, valued at $1,000, was discovered stolen on April 27 at the Mitchell Coble Racing (MCR) shop on Starlite Road, where it was unhooked from a vehicle. The trailer is owned by Johnny Gray Coble of Wrenn Avenue.

• Mount Airy Family Practice on Marshall Street was the scene of a break-in discovered on April 25, which involved the use of a tool to break a door glass to gain entry and enable the theft of an undisclosed sum of money, checks for various locations and a Wachovia zip-up bank pouch. The incident also resulted in damages of $1,050 to a metal and glass door, a wood door and casing, and telephone and cable utility wires.

• A Next mountain bike valued at $200 was stolen on April 20 at Gondola Italian Restaurant on West Lebanon Street by an unknown white male suspect. The owner of the bicycle, which was unsecured, is Dwight Ross, an East Haymore Street resident who is employed at the restaurant.