Police reports

• Two medical offices in the 1200 block of West Lebanon Street have been the targets of break-ins in recent days, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. Both crimes were discovered last Tuesday, at Buttonwood Chiropractic Center and Animal Medical Services.

The telephone lines at Buttonwood Chiropractic were cut and then the building was broken into, leading to the theft of an undisclosed sum of cash. Damage put at $300 occurred to a glass window, with that to the telephone lines listed at $300.

Telephone lines also were cut at Animal Medical Services, where a door was forced open. Nothing was listed as missing from that location, but combined damages of $700 were reported to the phone lines and box, a wooden door and the door casing.

• Margaret Theresa Perez, 32, of 290 Welch Road, was served Thursday with outstanding criminal summonses on charges of larceny and possession of stolen goods which had been issued in Stokes County on May 22 with no other details listed. Perez was encountered by a city officer in reference to a water-tampering call at her home, which led to the discovery of the cases in Stokes.

She further is charged with driving while license revoked due to being observed allegedly driving up to her residence without a license, police records state. Perez is scheduled to be in Stokes District Court on July 11 and Surry District Court on Aug. 17.

• Charges of possession of stolen property were filed against two people Wednesday at Dollar General on Airport Road in Holly Springs. Christina Wright Stewart, 27, and Timothy Jessie Corder, 29, both of 182 Boaz Lane, allegedly were found in possession of unspecified property valued at $50 stolen from the store, which was recovered. Stewart and Corder are slated for a July 12 appearance in Surry District Court.

• Lakin Brooke Knight, 22, of 120 North Crosswinds Drive, was served Wednesday with an outstanding criminal summons for a charge of second-degree trespassing after she was encountered during a traffic stop allegedly for speeding on Riverside Drive near Independence Boulevard. The trespassing charge had been issued in October 2016 by employees of Walmart, with such cases typically arising from someone going to a location from which they have been banned.

Knight’s court date is Aug. 14.