Thefts and vandalism reported
* A Lewisburg woman sent $2,688 by Western Union to a man in Atlanta to buy a Volkswagen convertible that was advertised on eBay. Later, when she could not make contact with the seller, she found the eBay address he used was fake.
* The manager's spare keys at Summit Apartments were stolen and later returned. The company is going to replace all the locks because it is not certain all the keys were returned. Estimated cost of the work is $2,100. The case has been turned over to Lewisburg Police detectives.
* A Lewisburg woman received two money orders for $998 each and deposited them in her account at Bank of America. She was supposed to keep $400, and send checks for $500 to her "team members." The bank froze her account, "pending the return of that item to the bank from which it was drawn," reported Cpl. Jackie Robinson. Because the "bank acted swiftly in freezing the account, no one at this time is out of any money," Robinson wrote.
* Between Nov. 18 and 20, someone entered the garage of a home on Hunters Run and took three fishing reels, an Echo 20-inch chainsaw, an 18V Dewalt cordless hammer drill, and a socket set. Total value of the missing items is $1,205.
* Over two weeks, six scrap AC compressors, 20 scrap AC coils ($500), a new roll of 6-2 electrical wire ($180) and an 18-inch Poulan Pro chainsaw ($200) have been stolen from a property on Cheek Road. Owner told police he thought the thefts were happening during the day when no one was home.
* Between 5 p.m. Nov. 14 and 4:40 p.m. Nov. 15 a 42-inch wall-mounted flat-screen television ($700) and a Dewalt drill ($150) were stolen from a residence on Crestland Avenue. There were no signs of forced entry.
* A 2001 Kia, worth $800, was stolen from a woman who lives on Belfast Street on Nov. 21, and found wrecked in a ditch on Higgs Road on Nov. 22. The case has been turned over to city police detectives.
* A Minor Hill man made a Western Union money transfer of $592 from the Lewisburg Kroger to pay for tickets to the Auburn/Georgia game that he found on Craig's List. The money was picked up in California by someone who had called Western Union, pretending to be the victim, and authorized the change.
* A Lewisburg woman had $387 withdrawn without her consent from her account with First Farmers & Merchants Bank by Altcharge.com of Las Vegas.
* Between 4:30 p.m. Nov. 18 and 9 a.m. Nov. 19, someone beat down the doors to the outbuilding at Harmon Park. The door was destroyed and the door facing damaged, but nothing appeared to be missing from the building. Cost of repairs is estimated at $350.
* Between midnight and 5 a.m. Nov. 12 three unlocked vehicles parked at a home on Douglas Avenue were ransacked, and a pack of menthol cigarettes ($6) and a bottle of Lortabs ($250) were stolen from one of them.
* Some time in the last two weeks, a Dewalt drill, a QEP tile saw, and a battery charger for a Hitachi drill were taken from the garage of a home on Old Farmington Road. Total value of the missing items is $250.
* Rib-eye and sirloin steaks worth $106.89 were stolen from the Kroger store on Nov. 19 by a man who had an accomplice in a get-away car.
* A woman told the LPD her purse was stolen while she was checking out at Wal-Mart. The purse contained notebooks, pens, driver's license, food stamp card, black and blue wristwatch, and 10 10-mg. Lortabs, total value: $56. Cpl Jackie Robertson reports that he viewed security video of the theft, and saw a man snatch the purse and then leave the building, accompanied by two other men, a woman, and a small child. The case was turned over to the detective division.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault
* Michelle L. Napper, 46, 5th Avenue North. Bond: $1,000; court date not stated.
* Barry J. Cozart, 41, West Commerce Street. Bond: $1,000; court date: Dec. 6.
Picked up from Lincoln County Jail
* Kenneth S. Jones Jr., 31, Giles Road. Held without bond for court on Nov. 22. Jones was charged with domestic assault and violation of bond conditions after an incident on Nov. 11.
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license
* Jeffery Deshawn Mitchell, 19, Woodlawn Street. Bond: $500; court date; Dec. 13.
* Camara Cantrice Harris, 25, Pinecone Drive. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 6.
Arrested and charged with public intoxication
* Terry Stovall, 42, Woodlawn Avenue. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 7.
* Beverly Kay Meek, 56, West Commerce Street. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 13.
Arrested on a capias warrant
* Kenneth Ray Davidsen, 45, Thomas Street. Held without bond for court on Dec. 9. Charges: driving after having been declared a habitual motor vehicle offender and driving on a revoked license.
Served with warrants for violation of probation or failure to appear while in Marshall County Jail
* Richard G. Marcrum II, 35, Columbia. Held without bond for court on Nov. 30.
* Ammie Nichole Dorris, 20, Springfield, Tenn. Held without bond for court on Nov. 23.
* Stephanie Hernandez, 34, Petersburg. Held without bond for court on Nov. 23.
* Karon Elise Rashid, 27, Columbia. Held without bond for court on Nov. 23.
* Samantha Michelle Byrne, 28, Shelbyville. Bond: $3,000; court date: Dec. 13.
Arrested on a warrant for violation of probation
* Steven L. Fisher, 28, 5th Avenue North. Held without bond for court on Nov. 23.
Arrested on a warrant for failure to appear
* Darrin A. Amis, 45, Silver Street. Bond: $1,000; court date: Dec. 21.
Arrested on an attachment out of Juvenile Court
* Kashus Randle, 22, Dodson Drive. Bond: $250; court date not stated.
Served with a criminal summons for violation of probation
* Timothy Hollis, 35, Smyrna. Court date: Dec. 7.
* Kim Adams, 34, Franklin Avenue. Court date: Dec. 7.
* Chris Ware, 37, Fayetteville Highway. Court date: Dec. 7.
* Steven A. Green, 29, Belfast Street. Court date: Dec. 14.
* Nolan Pippin, 57, Martin Street. Court date: Dec. 14.
Served with a summons for violation of City Code Title 13, Chapter 5
* Richard J. Johnston, 45, Hardison Avenue. Court date: Dec. 13.
Served with a summons for simple assault
* Ernest L. Feinstein, 22, Hardison Avenue. Court date: Dec. 6.
-- Karen Hall