Police reports


• A hit-and-run investigation led to six violations being filed against a Mount Airy driver early Wednesday at her residence, according to city police department reports. In addition to hit and run, for which the location and other details were not listed, Anicka Kendall Strickland, 39, of 139 Justin Lane, was cited for no insurance, driving while license revoked, bearing a fictitious license plate, failing to register a vehicle and an inspection violation. She is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on May 22.

• A case of obtaining property by false pretense was discovered Monday, relating to an attempt by an unknown individual to purchase pizza at Pizza Hut on South Andy Griffith Parkway using a stolen credit card.

• A larceny violation was issued last Friday against Cynthia Nicole Glass, 29, of 285 Marion St., stemming from an investigation of the theft of merchandise valued at $129 from Walmart. Police records show that $120 worth of that were food items which were not restockable. Glass is to be in Surry District Court on April 24.

• Jennifer Nicole Hiett, 33, of 113 Sid Hodges Lane, was cited for violations including larceny, possession of stolen goods, trespassing and possession of drug paraphernalia on March 2 at Walmart, with a trespassing offense in such cases typically filed due to being banned from the store. Hiett is scheduled to appear in District Court on April 26.

• Victoria Elizabeth Lockhart, 25, of 137 Slate St., was cited for larceny on Feb. 27 at Walmart, where she allegedly was witnessed by store loss-prevention personnel taking merchandise valued at $170. Lockhart’s court date is May 10.

• The license plate, number AAB7223, was stolen on Feb. 27 from a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix owned by Jerry Dean Bowman of Hamburg Street. The tag was taken in a parking area of Food Lion on South Andy Griffith Parkway.

• A similar theft also discovered on Feb. 27 involved the theft of plate number PCX3501 from the 1996 Ford Taurus of Jimmy Lee Moss of Junction Street, which occurred at his home.

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