• A bicycle valued at $600 has been stolen from a home in Mount Airy, according to city police department reports. The theft was reported Monday and involved the boys’ 19-inch Miracco model, black and orange in color, being taken from the residence of Audrey Lynn Huston on Durham Street either Friday or Saturday.
• Violations including maintaining a drug house, simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were issued on April 13 against Clarence Zachary Govea, 17, of 1126 Granite Road, after he consented to a search of his room. Govea is scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on May 25.
• Lori Marie Vinciquerra, 41, of 246 Burton St., was jailed under a $30,000 secured bond after being arrested during a narcotics investigation in the parking lot of McDonald’s on Rockford Street on April 12. Vinciquerra is charged with four felonies: possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a Schedule II controlled substance; possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a Schedule IV substance; possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a Schedule V controlled substance; and maintaining a drug vehicle.
The woman also is accused of two misdemeanors, possession of a Schedule III controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Vinciquerra is to be in District Court on May 25.
• Two Pilot Mountain women were served with warrants on a felony charge of obtaining property by false pretense after coming to the police station on April 10, Kristin Yvonne Townsend, 21, of 402 Don Bryant Road, and Amber Nicole McMillian, 20, of 659 Simmons Grove Church Road. Details regarding the charges, which were issued the same day, were not listed. Townsend and McMillian are each free on a $2,500 secured bond and scheduled to appear in Surry District Court on May 16.
• A license tag, number PAE4830, was discovered missing on April 9 from a 1994 Ford Ranger pickup owned by Leo Thomas Phillips of Austin Drive. The vehicle was at Phillips’ home at the time of the plate theft.
• Kaylene Elizabeth Jessup, 25, of 1264 E. Pine St., is facing a violation of concealment of merchandise stemming from an April 8 incident at Belk in Mayberry Mall, where she was stopped by store employees after the alleged concealment. During an investigation, more property taken from Belk was revealed, which altogether included four pairs of Under Armour shorts valued at $130. Jessup was held in the Surry County Jail under a $1,000 secured bond.
Shortly after Jessup was taken into custody, Douglas Wayne Honeycutt, 25, of the same address on East Pine Street, was arrested for disorderly conduct in the mall parking lot after allegedly using foul and profane language in a public place. Honeycutt was jailed under a $500 secured bond and slated for a May 16 District Court appearance, with Jessup to be in court on May 31. Both have been banned from Belk.