Police reports


• A stop by a N.C. Highway Patrol officer late Sunday night led to a Mount Airy woman’s arrest on outstanding warrants for charges of larceny and possession of stolen property, according to city police department reports.

After being encountered during the traffic stop at the Division of Motor Vehicles office on Patrol Station Road, Sophia Nicole Cifuentes, 28, of 160 Calvary Drive, was found to be wanted for the offenses that had been filed on July 23. Details regarding the alleged violations were not given.

Cifuentes, who also had an outstanding child-support commitment warrant issued for her on July 12, was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $2,000 secured bond and slated for an Aug. 13 appearance in District Court.

• Sharon Ann Wall, 42, of 504 Allred Mill Road, was cited for a city leash-law violation Friday. Wall is to be in Surry District Court on Sept. 2.

• Edward Early Collins, 74, of 174 W. Pine St., was served Friday with a criminal summons on one count of failing to return rental property, which had been filed on Sept. 18 of last year by personnel of Leisure Tyme Rental on West Pine Street. Collins’ court date is Aug. 19.

• Jimmy Thurmond Frazier, 33, of 192 McBride Road, was arrested on charges of injury to personal property and simple assault on July 21 after an investigation stemming from him being encountered by police in front of the Mount Airy Post Office. Frazier was jailed under a $5,000 secured bond, with Sept. 27 his court date.

• Anna Gail Kessinger, 21, of Stuart, Virginia, was charged with obtaining property by false pretense, a felony, along with larceny and trespassing on July 18 after an incident at Walmart. Property involved in the case was returned to the store, with no other details given. Kessinger was released under a $1,000 unsecured bond to appear in Surry District Court on Sept. 21.

• Sabrina Lee Oakley, 32, of 240 Summit Drive, was arrested in the parking lot of the Granite Town Centre shopping center on July 18 on charges of driving while impaired and child abuse, after a motor vehicle crash. Oakley was released on a $2,500 unsecured bond to appear in court on Sept. 20.

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