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Police Beat

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

The following persons were arrested by the Lewisburg Police Department, Marshall County Sheriff's Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol, or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force and processed through Marshall County Jail. They are only charged: guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.

Feb. 16 -- Roscoe Crawley, 55, of Memphis, was arrested for violation of probation from Hickman County.

Feb. 17 -- Joshua Sharp, 19, of Pulaski, was arrested for domestic assault. Bond was set at $1,750; his court date is March 19.

Feb. 17 - Dominguez Lopez, 24, of Lewisburg, was arrested for public intoxication. His court date is March 19.

Feb. 17 -- Jesus Garcia, 32, of Lewisburg, was arrested for public intoxication, resisting arrest, open container, and underage drinking. His court date is March 19.

Feb. 17 -- Brandon Medley, 22, of Murfreesboro, was arrested for DUI. Bond was set at $1,000; his court date is March 19.

Feb. 17 -- James Green, 35, of Belfast was arrested for domestic assault, and in a related incident, Tonya Green, 35, of Belfast was arrested for false report. James Green's bond was set at $1,000; his court date is Feb. 27. Tonya Green's bond was set at $500; her court date is Feb. 27.

Feb. 17 -- Motor vehicle theft occurred at Marshall Place Apartments. Deputy Sweeney recovered the car. The owner stated there is damage to the passenger side of the vehicle, the driver panel, and a blown out tire.

Feb. 18 -- Wendy Stewart, 22, of Fayetteville, was arrested for violation of probation. Her bond was set at $1,500; her court date is March 6.

Feb. 18 -- Brian Rush was transported to Marshall Medical Center by EMS after an alleged assault. He was advised to obtain a warrant against his alleged attacker.

Feb. 18 -- Motor vehicle theft occurred in the Belfast Ave. area. The stolen truck was later recovered and placed under a hold pending investigation.

Feb. 18 -- Shoplifting occurred at Wal-Mart. A computer monitor worth $584 was stolen. No arrest has been made.