• A Mount Airy teen was arrested Thursday on two felony charges of obtaining property by false pretense and two misdemeanor counts of possession of stolen property, according to city police department reports. Warrants for the charges had been filed last Saturday against Brianna Nicole Koehler, 17, of 891 Carroll St., with no other details listed.
Koehler was released under a $1,500 unsecured bond to appear in Surry District Court on July 31.
• Also Thursday, a charcoal grill valued at $1,800 was discovered stolen from the back yard of the Ronnie Lee Williams residence on Plantation Place Lane.
• Charges of larceny and second-degree trespassing were issued on July 6 against Sandra Maria Osment, 28, of 3208 Wards Gap Road, after she allegedly stole various items at Walmart with a total value of $57, which were recovered. Osment previously had been banned from the store in October 2013, resulting in the trespassing offense. Her court date is Sept. 5.
In January 2017 Osment was indicted on charges of possession of a schedule II controlled substance and maintaining a drug vehicle or dwelling.
• Thomas Harvey Snow, 68, of 266 Pilot Church Road, Pinnacle, was arrested on a second-degree larceny charge on July 6 after police encountered him during a civil disturbance at a Hamburg Street location. Snow was ordered held in the Surry County Jail until sober, police records state, and then was released on a written promise to appear in District Court on July 30.
• A larceny charge was filed on July 5 against Billy Spencer Freeman, 34, of 149 Barnes Lane, Pinnacle, after he was encountered by police during a suspicious-person call at Mayberry Mall. Freeman subsequently was identified as the suspect in a June 29 theft at Enmar Accessories, a business at the mall. He is scheduled to be in court on Aug. 22 and has been banned from the shopping center by security personnel there.
• Joseph Aaron Goins, 29, of 215 Highway 268, Pinnacle, is facing a larceny charge stemming from a July 3 incident at Walmart, where he allegedly stole unspecified property valued at $705 and was detained by loss-prevention personnel. The case is set for the Aug. 20 District Court session.
• An orange Husqvarna 450 chainsaw valued at $407 was discovered stolen on July 3 from H&W Trucking on U.S. 52-North. The chainsaw was taken from the unsecured vehicle of owner Tyler Lee Harold of Fancy Gap, Virginia.