Police reports


• A Greensboro man was arrested Monday after allegedly concealing $385 worth of merchandise at Walmart, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. Todd Beane, 26, was encountered by police during a suspicious-person call to the store, leading to a charge of concealment being filed against him. The merchandise involved and method of concealment were not listed. Beane was held in the Surry County Jail under a $500 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in District Court on Dec. 14.

• Adrianne (also listed as Adeianna) Lawanda Phillips, 36, of 320 Eleanor Ave., was arrested last Friday on a series of outstanding warrants and orders for arrest after she was encountered by police as a suspicious person in the parking area of Dollar General on North Renfro Street.

Included are charges of financial card fraud, larceny and possession of stolen goods/property which were filed through the Surry County Sheriff’s Office on Oct. 9, and two orders for arrest from both Surry and Forsyth counties issued on July 5 and Aug. 8, respectively. Phillips is facing a Dec. 12 appearance in Surry District Court.

• Dean Allen Bowman, 32, of 219 W. Lebanon St., No. 3, was arrested Saturday and charged with resisting, obstructing or delaying a public officer after he allegedly failed to follow orders from police during their investigation of a domestic-violence call at his home. Bowman was jailed under a $500 secured bond and is to be in Surry District Court on Nov. 14.

• Jewelry items valued at $475 were discovered missing Saturday from the home of Angela Bowman on Whistler’s Cove Court, where the property was stolen by an unknown suspect. The theft involved Pandora products including a smooth clasp bracelet, two Dragonfly Meadows charms, a Poetic Blooms charm, a Springtime charm, two opal spacers and two pink primrose clips.

• A break-in and larceny involving a motor vehicle occurred on Oct. 27, with the driver’s-side window of a 2005 Kia Sedona being broken — enabling the theft of a NUVI GPS (Global Positioning System) unit valued at $150. The damage to the vehicle also was put at $150. The incident occurred while the car was at WorkForce Unlimited on Caudle Drive, where its owner, Kristina Marie Saunders of Sidden Street, is employed.

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