Police reports

• A second break-in and larceny in as many days has been reported at a building owned by Bray Properties, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. The latest incident in the 800 block of North South Street, discovered Monday, involved an undisclosed amount of copper, which police records indicate was electrical in nature, being removed. The initial crime, discovered Sunday, resulted in the theft of equipment and tools.

• A larceny violation was filed Sunday against Natalie Dawn Baker, 39, of 1275 Gordon Road, Pinnacle, after she allegedly took a purse, wallet and clothing items valued at $39 from Walmart. Baker also was cited for second-degree trespassing due to previously being banned from the store, and is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Sept. 9.

• Charles Rosales Pascacio, 44, of 163 Radio Hill Lane, was cited for second-degree trespassing Sunday at a Jeffries Street residence after police responded to a call there. Pascacio’s court date is July 20.

• Robin Murphy Shrestha, 38, of Winston-Salem, is facing larceny and second-degree trespassing offenses stemming from Walmart employees detaining her Saturday for the alleged theft of merchandise valued at $204 and the discovery that she previously had been banned from all Walmart properties. Shrestha is scheduled to be in Surry District Court on Sept. 9. The merchandise was returned to the store.

• Harley Ray Hiatt, 16, of 53 Amazing Grace Lane in Cana, Virginia, and Kaitlyn Nicole Hiatt, 17, of 289 Jean Ave., Cana, were cited for larceny Saturday at Walmart, and slated for a Sept. 9 appearance in District Court.

• Donnie Lee Danley, 42, of 109 Dutch Lane, was arrested Friday on charges of communicating threats and being intoxicated and disruptive after police encountered him at another Dutch Lane address during a disturbance call. Danley allegedly had threatened to burn another person’s house down and caused a disturbance in his neighborhood. He was held in the Surry County Jail under a $2,500 secured bond and is scheduled to be in District Court on July 21.

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