Crime reports

Friday, April 24, 2009


* Carolyn Oakes, 46, of Turkey McCollum Road, Cornersville, told Marshall County Sheriff's Department Detective Keith Jolley that she thought her neighbor had shot her colt in the neck. The neighbor admitted shooting a coyote in the horse pasture, but said he did not shoot the horse.

* Eugenia Davis, Whitesell Road, told the MCSD that she had been bitten by a dog while taking a census.

* Troy Watt, Fayetteville, informed deputies that his Craftsman tiller was missing.

* Goldie Batten, 89, of Jennifer Lane, told MCSD Capt. James Garner that a new book of checks for her bank account had been stolen. Family members told Garner that Batten must have mislaid the checks. The bank was notified and all check numbers from the missing book have been cancelled.

* James Jacques, 35, of Lowe Street, had the back window of his car broken by Gary Davis, 32, of Petersburg, near Leonard's Outer Edge. Davis admitted hitting the window with his fist, and said "I do not have any problem paying for his window if that is what he wants."


* A CD player and a speaker box, total value $325, taken from Jody Ray Henson's unlocked 1992 Dodge, parked near his apartment on Tiger Boulevard.

* Two CD players and some prescription sinus medicine was taken from Jason Martin's car, also on Tiger Boulevard.

* A CD player and amplifier were taken from a car after one of the windows was broken. The car belonged to Jose Figueroa Morales, 29, of Limestone Avenue.

* A bag containing about 48 CDs (total value $745) and an ashtray were taken from a car parked overnight in a driveway on 6th Avenue North after the driver's side window was broken. Other valuable items, like a radar detector and a knife, were left behind. The car belonged to Richard Hubbard, 44, of Fayetteville.

* A grill, picnic table and chairs, and an umbrella for the table, total value about $90, were taken from in front of Sharon Hargrove's residence on East Commerce Street.

* A tool box containing electrical tools valued at $500 was taken from Bobby Earps' home on Clayton Avenue, sometime between April 10 and 13.

Drug Overdose

Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Layne Worsham was called to the scene of a possible drug overdose at about 3 a.m. April 18. David C. Orr, 51, of Culleoka, was found unconscious, with "a very light pulse and was taking a breath about every 15 seconds," according to Worsham's report. Orr was flown to Vanderbilt Medical Center by the Air Evac Lifeteam, and a hospital spokeswoman said he was discharged the next day.

Worsham reported, "drugs and paraphernalia was seized and turned over to detective. Statements were gotten from all who were present."

Arrested on two-year-old warrant

Terrence A Cecil, 30, of Columbia, was transported to the Marshall County Jail by Lewisburg Police Officer Jackie Robertson on April 21. Cecil had been pulled over by Columbia Police on a traffic violation, and they discovered that he had an outstanding warrant from Marshall County, dated April 26, 2007, for aggravated assault. The bond of $7,500 set at that time was still in effect. Cecil has a court date of May 11.

Kinthrell Lee Jones II, 30, of Chapel Hill was served with two criminal summons for assault.

Other arrests made by Lewisburg Police Department officers and Marshall County Sheriff's deputies include

* Driving on suspended - Misty Lawrence, 36, Ensley Rankin Road.

* Violation of probation - John C. Montgomery, 43, Freeman Drive.

* Public intoxication - Ronald Shelton, 56, 7th Avenue South.

* Domestic assault -

* Jonathan S. Howard, 21, Nashville.

* Jamie Lynn Bell, 28, Chapel Hill.