Crime reports

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Capt. James Garner and Deputy Doug McBay of the Marshall County Sheriff's Department served a levy on Crossroads Market, Cornersville, and recovered $766.50 that belongs to the Tennessee Education Lottery Corp. Papers on file at the MCSD indicate that Crossroads Market owes a total of $7,248.02 to the lottery.

A number of Marshall County High School students were charged with disorderly conduct after an incident following the Powder Puff football game on Oct. 7. One was charged with domestic assault for the attack on his girlfriend that started the riot, and another was charged with vandalism because of $500-worth of damage done to a 2011 Buick Enclave. Three starters on the MCHS football team were suspended and therefore unable to play in the game on Oct. 8.

Thefts and vandalism reported:

* A Canon EOS-1D Mark III camera body, worth $5,000, and a Canon EF 16-35mm. f/2.8L lens, worth $2,000, were stolen from a vehicle whose owner lives on St. Anne Street.

* Four six-volt tractor batteries, worth $400, and a 13 HP gasoline engine, valued at $600, were stolen from farm equipment belonging to a father and son.

* A model 310 Stihl chainsaw, worth $480, and a model 039 Stihl chainsaw, worth $400, were stolen from the shop of a residence on Bethbirei Road between Oct. 1 and Oct. 6.

* The door of an apartment on 7th Avenue North was kicked in between 6 and 6:28 p.m. Oct. 14. Owner estimates the cost of repair at $100, but says nothing appears to be missing from the residence.

* The pipe to the water fountain at Jones Park was kicked or cut, causing water to spray out on the ground. The water fountain belongs to the City of Lewisburg and its value is estimated at $100.

* A piece of rubber above the license plate of a 2003 Chevy pickup truck, valued at $25, was damaged, possibly while the vehicle was parked at Wal-Mart.

Arrested and charged with burglary, theft under $500, and theft over $500:

* Cody L. Justice, 18, Chapel Hill. Bond: $15,000; court date: Oct. 12.

Arrested on a warrant for fraudulent use of a credit card:

* Darrell J. Heckard, 36, Columbia. Bond: $12,000; court date: Nov. 1.

Arrested on warrants for forgery and theft of property:

* Terry L. Scott, 41, Hickory Avenue. Bond: $8,000; court date: Nov. 30. The warrants, sworn by Detective Sam Bragg of the MCSD, allege that Scott charged a total of $54.70, for cigarettes, gas, and beer, to his former employer's account at Laws Hill Market on Sept. 18.

Arrested on a warrant for burglary:

* Marty L. Bryant, 35, Petersburg. Bond: $2,000; court date: Oct. 26.

Arrested on warrants for contributing to the delinquency of a minor and harboring a runaway child:

* Justin E. Trombley, 19, Franklin Pike. Bond: $2,000; court date: Nov. 2. The warrants, signed by Detective Bob Johnson of the MCSD, allege that Trombley took a 17-year-old girl to Charlotte, Mich. after she ran away from home. The warrants state that Trombley knew the girl had run away, and that law enforcement was looking for her.

-- Karen Hall