Mount Airy Police Reports

• An undisclosed sum of money, six credit cards and a debit card were stolen in a vehicular break-in discovered Wednesday in Mount Airy, according to city police department reports. It occurred at the residence of Rebecca Dollyhite Shumaker, involving her rust-colored leather purse with gold trim being stolen from a secured 1996 Ford Explorer.

In addition to the purse valued at $120, money, debit card and Belk, JCPenney, Target, Maurice’s, Capital One and Walmart credit cards, multiple gift cards and a driver’s license were listing as missing.

• A larceny occurred Wednesday at Anytime Fitness on North Main Street, where an unattended gym bag owned by Walker Willis Revels of Eleanor Avenue was taken as part of a property loss totaling $352. It included Beats headphones, Gold’s Gym workout gloves, a gym key, Apple AirPods and other miscellaneous items.

• Britany Darlene Tate, 25, of 349 Durham St., was served with a criminal summons on a larceny charge on June 11, which had been filed through the Surry County Sheriff’s Office on March 10 with no other details listed. Tate was scheduled to be in District Court on Friday.

• Johnl Malik Dobson, 22, of 103 Apostle Drive, was served with warrants on three counts of assault and battery on June 10, which had been issued through the Pilot Mountain Police Department on April 26. Dobson was released on a written promise to appear in Surry District Court on July 11.

• Glenda Bowman Cockerham, 70, of 894 Carroll St., was served with a criminal summons for a larceny charge on June 10, which had been filed on May 17. Cockerham’s court date is Aug. 20.

• Joe Bill Puckett, 79, of 340 Snowhill Drive, was served with a criminal summons for an alleged assault and battery on June 10, with John Macchietto of Snowhill Drive as the complainant. Puckett was scheduled to be in District Court on Friday.

• Gregory Allen Lester, 55, of 417 Jessup St., was served with a criminal summons for a charge of injury to real property on June 10, with no other details listed. The case is set for the July 24 District Court session.

• A second-degree trespassing charge was filed against Johnny Thomas Wooten, 56, of 470 Old Toast Road, on June 8. This occurred after Wooten was encountered at Lowes Foods, from which he had been banned in December 2014. Wooten is scheduled to appear in District Court on Aug. 2.