Police reports


• A local woman is being held without privilege of bond after an encounter with Mount Airy police early Wednesday revealed she was wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service for a federal probation violation. Dana Meador Sander, 47, of 488 Old Buck Shoals Road, was pulled over for an alleged stop sign violation on Carter Street near Woltz Street. Sander was held in the Surry County Jail after police learned she was wanted by federal authorities.

• Police were told Saturday that property valued at $505 had been stolen from a residence on Durham Street, with the victim listed as Burl Monroe Lanier Jr., an employee of Cooke Trucking here who lives in Advance, a community in Davie County. Included were a Kenmore washing machine, a Kenmore dryer, a glass antique item and a 50-foot drop cord. A door was kicked or pushed in to gain entry.

• Terry Wayne Jenkins II, 27, of 2352 Old Highway 601, Mount Airy, was arrested Saturday on a hit and run violation that had been issued last Oct. 14. Police encountered Jenkins during a traffic stop on North South Street, with further investigation revealing in-state warrants against him. Jenkins was jailed under a $1,000 secured bond and slated for an appearance in Surry District Court today.

• A break-in of a motor vehicle, discovered Saturday at the Cherry Street residence of Kathy Leigh Wilhite, resulted in the theft of a white Apple iPhone 5 and an iPhone charger — valued altogether at $115 — along with an unspecified sum of money. The theft occurred after a 2010 Nissan Altima was entered through an unsecured door.

• A Leonard utility trailer valued at $1,700 was discovered missing last Friday from the home of Steve Clark Williams on West Oakdale Street. The 5-foot-by-10-foot trailer is rust-brown in color.

• Also Friday, police were told that a Garmin GPS (Global Positioning System) unit valued at $100 had been stolen from the 1998 Isuzu Rodeo of Audrey Diane McCormick while it was parked at her home on Junction Street. The SUV was unlocked at the time.

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