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• A Mount Airy man has been charged with cyberstalking, according to city police department reports. Nathan Dean Wray, 24, of 138 New Cedar Lane was served with a criminal summons on the charge that was issued on April 7 with Howard Thomas Nelson, a resident of Cedar Ridge Place, as the complainant. No details were listed concerning the alleged violation, for which Nelson is to appear in Surry District Court on May 9.


• Christopher Loyd Cox, 410 Broad St., turned himself in at the police station Saturday regarding injury to personal property allegations. Cox is accused in an incident occurring the day before in which $625 in damage was done to two vehicles at the home of Tracey Coyte Kinder of West Church Street. An unknown object was used to break the windows of a 2001 Ford Windstar van and a 1998 Volkswagen Jetta. Cox is free on a $1,000 unsecured bond and slated for a May 27 District Court appearance.


• Harrison Bernard Martin, 21, of 109 E. Norman Road, turned himself in last Thursday on two felonies, larceny of a firearm and aiding and abetting in the obtaining of property by false pretense which were filed on April 15. Information regarding the charges was not listed, with a $10,000 bond set for Martin, who is to be in District Court on May 14.


• Trey Kirkman Shuping, 27, of 120 W. Pine St., was arrested last Thursday on charges of felonious attempted breaking and entering, domestic criminal trespassing and injury to personal property. Shuping is accused of trying to forcibly enter the apartment of his ex-girlfriend, Angelina Consuela Ruize, on Cherry Street, causing damage to the wooden frame and door. He was confined in the Surry County Jail without bond and is scheduled to be in court on May 27.


• Michael Eugene Long, 36, of 200 Allen Drive, was served last Thursday with outstanding warrants on two felonies, obtaining property by false pretense — issued in Rowan County — and possession of stolen property, filed on April 14 in Mount Airy. Long is free on a unsecured $2,500 bond, with an April 30 court date set.


• Violations of larceny and possession of stolen goods were issued last Thursday at Mayberry Mall against Javon Willis Vernon, 18, of 372 Gravely St., 18, arising from the theft of sunglasses from E.N. Mar Accessories. Vernon was released on a $750 unsecured bond to appear in court on Aug. 4.


• A larceny was discovered on April 10 at LSL Auto Sales on West Pine Street, where a white tailgate to a 2006 Nissan Frontier pickup was stolen while left unattended. It is valued at $500.


• Police were told on April 9 that a black Hi-Point automatic handgun valued at $210, owned by Benjamin Tyler Simpson of Airview Drive, had been stolen while left unattended at a residence on Ashburn Park Lane.

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