• Being at the city skateboard park without pads and helmets led to offenses against three youths on Sunday, according to Mount Airy Police Department reports. Felipe Alfredo Chavez, 20, of 202 Taylor St.; Cody Ray Willard, 18, of 109 E. Fork Road, Ararat, Va.; and Charles Logan Humphries, 18, of 5048 N.C. 268, Dobson, were cited for violating a city ordinance requiring such equipment at the facility on Riverside Drive.
Willard and Humphries also are facing an additional violation of second-degree trespassing for having been banned from the skateboard park in 2012 and in May of this year, respectively. Chavez had not been banned previously, but has been now, according to police records. All three individuals are scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on Sept. 7.
• Ricky Dale Sehen, 52, of 204 Circle Drive, was arrested late Saturday night on charges of larceny and resisting a public officer after police responded to a call of a possible breaking and entering at a self-service car wash on Hamburg Street. Sehen allegedly had taken loose change from the business and fled, but was apprehended after a short foot chase. He was held in the Surry County Jail under a $500 secured bond, with Aug. 2 his District Court date.
• Emily Ann Prieto, 32, of 6124 N.C. 268, was served Friday with a criminal summons on two counts of a school attendance law violation after police encountered her at the city magistrate’s office. The case had been filed on June 7 through the Surry Sheriff’s Office, with a county school system official listed as the complainant. Prieto is to be in court Friday.
• Roy Gene Locke, 27, of 314 Johnson St., was served on July 5 with a warrant for a second-degree trespassing offense issued the day before, with no other details given. Locke is free on a $500 unsecured bond to appear in District Court on Aug. 29.
• Phillip Fitzgerald Mitchell, 30, of 536 Linville Road, was cited for second-degree trespassing on July 3 after he was encountered on the Ararat River Greenway during a security check and known to have been banned from all city property. The same offense has been filed twice against Mitchell on city greenway trails since the ban in July 2012. He is scheduled to be in court for the latest incident on Sept. 21.
• Property valued at $2,400, owned by the Steve Tate and Sons plumbing business on Brunswick Lane, was discovered missing from a work site on South Main Street at London Lane on July 1. Included were hydrant and other components.
• Mary Kathryn Collins, 37, of 163 Glen Terrace, was jailed on July 1 after she was encountered at a local convenience store and found to be wanted on an outstanding order for arrest for failing to appear in court, and also was served with a criminal summons on a school attendance law violation. Both had been issued in June through the Surry Sheriff’s Office, with Collins held in the county jail under a $300 secured bond and slated for a July 27 District Court appearance.
• Brian Jared Grayson Moorefield, 21, of 100 Foxbrook Court, was charged with obtaining property by false pretense, a felony, and possession of stolen property on June 30, which stemmed from Moorefield allegedly being captured on a video while passing a stolen check to be cashed at an unidentified location. He was released on a $10,000 unsecured bond to appear in Surry District Court on Aug. 17.
• The Mount Airy ABC Store on Starlite Road was the scene of a larceny on June 29, when vodka was stolen by an unknown party.