Police reports

• A Mount Airy woman was being held under a $75,000 secured bond Saturday after her arrest Thursday on first-degree burglary and assault charges. Kristi Keli Gunter, 25, of 188 Creed St., who is listed as disabled, was arrested after an investigation of a break-in on Mayberry Avenue. Gunter is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on June 16.

• A driving-while-impaired violation was filed Thursday against Aldie Junior Pack, 78, of 221 Virginia St., after police investigated a traffic crash on Virginia Street at Willow Street. Pack is free on a written promise to appear in District Court on July 18.

• Brittany Denise Hill, 27, of 144 Salem Drive, was taken into custody on May 20 involving charges including larceny, after a traffic stop on Granite Road. Hill allegedly took merchandise valued at $20 from Dollar General and police also discovered an outstanding warrant on her for failing to appear in court which was filed on May 11. She was held in the Surry County Jail under a $400 secured bond and slated for a July 12 court appearance.

• New 2 U Consignments on North Andy Griffith Parkway was the scene of a theft on May 20, which involved jeans valued at $55 that were taken by a known suspect.

• Six sections of copper ground wires valued at $600 altogether were discovered missing on May 19 from an apartment complex on Newsome Street, with Riverhill Limited Partnership listed as the victim of the crime. Tools apparently were used to cut and remove the wiring from multiple meter boxes on the sides of the apartments.

• An Apple iPhone 5 cell phone valued at $489, white in color and owned by Ronald Charles Beamer of Miller Road, was stolen on May 19 while Beamer was working at Granite City Cigars on Merita Street. The phone was taken from a counter while its owner was giving mail to a postman.

• Jennifer Holyfield Hayslip, 32, of 201 Boaz Lane, was cited for concealment of unspecified merchandise with a total value of $120 on May 19 at Belk in Mayberry Mall. The unspecified property was recovered and Hayslip is to be in court on Aug. 10.

• The theft of a Bostitch drill, valued at $67 and black and yellow in color, was discovered on May 18 at Walmart, where it was taken from a shelf by an unknown suspect who left the premises in what appeared to be a black Dodge minivan.

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