First Posted: 10/1/2009
n A vehicle break-in was reported Tuesday at the Jackson Road residence of Gary Allen McCurry, according to the Mount Airy Police Department. A Cobra radar detector valued at $100 and $10 in cash were discovered missing from McCurrys unlocked 2002 Chevrolet Blazer. The case remains open for further investigation.
Omer Kelly Vipperman of West Lebanon Street was the victim of another vehicle break-in reported last Saturday at his home. Damage estimated at $100 occurred to the interior of the secured 1996 Mazda, which was entered by unknown means.
Ronnie Ray Hatcher, 44, of 396 Old Toast Road, was arrested Saturday on warrants for charges of larceny and possession of stolen goods. Hatcher was held in the Surry County Jail in lieu of a $1,000 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in District Court on Oct. 21.
Amber Jade Alford, 16, of 1042 Little Mountain Church Road in Ararat, was cited for larceny Saturday after allegedly taking a pocketbook valued at $60 from Wal-Mart. Alford is scheduled to be in Surry District Court on Oct. 29.
A black utility trailer valued at $15,000 was reported stolen on Sept. 24 from Sheets Transfer & Storage Co. Inc. on Hickory Street. Information on the trailer, described as a Trailblazer model with tag number ACZ8650, has been entered into a national crime database and the case remains open for further investigation.