Police reports


• A Mount Airy man was jailed Tuesday night on drug charges including possession of methamphetamine, according to city police department reports. In addition to that felony violation, Douglas Wayne Honeycutt, 26, of 1264 W. Pine St., was charged with misdemeanor offenses of possession of a Schedule III controlled substance, possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Honeycutt, who was encountered by police during the investigation of a suspicious-person call at 821 W. Pine St., was jailed under a $1,500 secured bond and slated for a May 2 appearance in Surry District Court.

• Two break-ins were discovered Tuesday at South Village Apartments on Carolina Court. In one, entry was gained by breaking a door glass, with damage totaling $1,300 done to a front door, office door and rear door. While the apartment complex is listed as the victim in that incident, Todd Landon Hull is the victim of the other break-in at an apartment where damage put at $100 occurred to a window glass. No property was reported missing in either case.

• Violations of larceny and possession of stolen goods were filed against Christopher Mark Brooks, 44, on Feb. 13 and on Feb. 14 against Daniel James Phillips, 35, both of 118 E. Wilson St., stemming from the theft of merchandise valued at $60 from Walgreens on West Independence Boulevard. Phillips was released under a $2,500 secured bond, while bond information for Brooks was not listed. The District Court date for both is April 4 and police records show that restitution is owed in the case. Brooks, at least, also has been banned from the store by the management.

• Ashley Dawn Burrow, 22, of Hendersonville, was cited for larceny on Feb. 12 at Walmart, with the property allegedly taken not identified. Burrow is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on April 12.

• An undisclosed sum of money, made up of loose change, was discovered missing on Feb. 12 from the break-in of a 2004 Toyota Camry owned by Geraldine Weber Scott, which occurred at her home on Edgewood Place Lane.

• Over-the-counter medication valued at $408, identified as 19 packages of Nexium, were stolen at Walgreens on West Independence Boulevard on Feb. 11 by a known female suspect who concealed the merchandise in her purse. An incident report filed that day listed the crime as still under investigation.

• A set of crutches, white in color and valued at $30, was stolen on Feb. 11 after being left unsecured at Walmart by owner Tammy Lynn Bode of Laurel Pointe Lane in Cana, Virginia.

• Victor Shaun Hawks, 31, of 1260 Long Branch Road, No. 9, Claudville, Virginia, was arrested on Feb. 10 on outstanding warrants for felony charges of first-degree burglary and larceny after breaking and entering which had been filed in the city on Jan. 12. The charges stem from a crime in October, additional details for which were not given. Hawks was taken into custody at the home of his sister on Newsome Street, and was banned from that location as a result. He was confined in the Surry County Jail under a $30,000 secured bond and slated for a March 8 appearance in District Court.

• Police were told on Feb. 10 that a floor sander valued at $2,007, silver in color and owned by R&L Construction on North Main Street, had been stolen the day before from the back of a truck while in a parking lot in the 200 block of Willow Street.

• An undisclosed sum of money was stolen on Feb. 10 from the wallet of Chrystal Cook of Snowhill Church Circle, Dobson, after she had left it on a shelf at Ollie’s Bargain Outlet on North Renfro Street.

• Also on Feb. 10, property was stolen from a 2004 Chevrolet Suburban at the home of Benjamin Earl Hiatt on West Virginia Street, including a black Buffalo Bill logo wallet, a State Employees Credit Union debit card, a driver’s license, a Social Security card and a birth certificate.

• A license plate, number EAY1499, was discovered missing on Feb. 10 from a 1998 Mitsubishi Diamante owned by Jeannine Blackwelder Pruitt of Lynnwood Drive. The theft occurred while the vehicle was parked at Mayberry Garage on Bluemont Road for repairs.

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