A Culleoka woman was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and possession of crack cocaine after Lewisburg Police were called to a car blocking the flow of traffic at the intersection of North Ellington Parkway and Nashville Highway on Dec. 11. Officer Doug Alexander found Tina Robin Fullerton, 34, and another woman, passed out in the car. Fullerton was taken to Marshall Medical Center for her own safety and a crack pipe with some of the drug still in it was found hidden in her bra. "During the investigation we discovered both women had been missing for a day and a half and they had been drinking, smoking crack cocaine, and taking Xanax," reported Alexander. Fullerton's bond was set at $32,000; her court date was not given in the report.
Thefts and vandalism reported
* A 2007 Chevy Avalanche reported stolen on Aug. 9 in Lewisburg was recovered in Calumet City, Ill., when the two people in possession of it were arrested on unrelated charges. A Lewisburg woman put the vehicle, said to be worth $30,000, on Craigslist and thought she had sold it when a woman acting for the buyer transferred the purchase price (the remainder of the money owed to GMAC finance) to GMAC. The woman was allowed to take the Avalanche, but the wire transfer to GMAC turned out to have been made from a non-existent bank account, and the buyers were using false identities.
* Storage unit 49 at A-1 Storage was forced open between Dec. 16 and 19, and items worth $7,000 were taken. The stolen property included a china cabinet, a safe and its contents (watches, jewelry, checks), a .50 caliber muzzle-loading rifle, a Garmin range finder and GPS, a weather radio, a Panasonic stereo and Infinity tower speakers, and some decorative items.
* Between 4:10 and 9 a.m. Dec. 18, someone cut the locks off a gate and a storage building at a farm on Nashville Highway and took a red Lincoln Mig welder, worth $3,500, and a Stihl chainsaw valued at $ 400. Owner told Marshall County Sheriff's Department deputies he would look around to see if anything else was missing.
* Between 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Dec. 19, someone took a 16-foot bumper-pull trailer from the yard of a home south of Cornersville. Owner told deputies the trailer had tandem axles, and was recently painted bright red. He valued it at $1,500.
* Some items which were not sold at an estate sale on Dec. 4 went missing from the site of the sale on Old Belfast Road sometime between Dec. 4 and 12. They included an old tan washing machine, an old tan dryer, a cabinet model 27-inch television, and an entertainment center; total value: $300.
* Between 10 p.m. Dec. 18 and 3:30 a.m. Dec. 19, someone forced open a door and entered a residence on Horton Way. A .308 caliber Winchester Model 760 pump-action rifle valued at $250 was taken, and $350-worth of damage was done to the door.
* A man who lives on Saint Anne Street reported to Lewisburg Police Department that his $500 Gateway laptop was stolen from his house while he was at work on Dec. 17. The next day, the man went around local pawn shops and found the computer at Ray's Pawn on Nashville Highway. It had been pawned by a woman the victim did not know. The laptop was taken into evidence, and LPD Detective Scott Braden was informed.
* Two rings and a radio, total value: $500, were taken from an apartment on Saddlewood Drive while the owner was travelling.
* A woman who lives on Thomas Street reported to the LPD that her 26-year-old daughter had gotten hold of her First National Bank debit card number and was using it to pay bills for herself. So far the charges are $492.09, but the woman told police there might be more she is unaware of. The card has been cancelled.
* A woman who lives on River Road, Chapel Hill, told MCSD deputies that a person dressed in camouflage, including a mask, tricked his way into her home and stole her medication (hydrocodone and Kadian), trashing the bedroom while he searched for the pills. The woman told Deputy Ben Fender the man did not speak, but struck her in the face, and gave her a note stating he wanted her meds.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault
* Kenny J. Seisser, 33, Glenn Avenue. Bond: $1,000; court date: Jan. 10.
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license, second offense
* Bryan T. Tanner, 26, Columbia. Bond: $1,000; court date: Jan. 10. Also cited for light law and insurance violations.
Arrested and charged with public intoxication
* Larry L. Newsom, 18, Milltown Road. Bond: $500; court date: Jan. 18.
* Robert Clay, 48, Belfast Avenue. Bond: $500; court date: Jan. 10.
Arrested on a warrant for violation of probation
* Ronda Kay Osteen, 42, Nashville. Held without bond for an unspecified court date.
* Robert V. Wheat, 54, Jennifer Lane. Held without bond for court on Dec. 21.
* Greg A. Zollner, 40, Bark Street. Bond: $500; court date: Jan. 11.
* Ricky Scoville, 44. Held without bond for court on Jan. 5. The report by MCSD Deputy Billy Ostermann states Scoville was picked up in Maury County and gives his address as "homeless."
* Victoria S. Cordova, 22, Maple Street. Held without bond for court on Dec. 21. While in jail, Cordova was served with a violation of probation warrant out of Lewisburg City Court. On that warrant, the bond is $1,000 and the court date is Jan. 10.
Served with a criminal summons for violation of probation
* Tammy Sue Ross, 42, Weaver Street. Court date: Jan. 11.
* Frederick D. Greene, 57, Columbia. Court date: Jan. 11.
* Jessica F. Icenhour, 30, Franklin Avenue. Court date: Jan. 11.
* Brent J. Dunkle, 33, Globe Road. Court date: Dec. 20.
Arrested on a warrant for failure to appear
* Bill Bartlett, 67, Verona Caney Road. Bond: $1,000; court date; Dec. 21.
* Daniel Stottlemeyer, 40, Lowe Street. Held without bond for court on Dec. 14.
* Sean W. Pruett, 23, Mooresville Highway. Held without bond for court on Dec. 20.
Cited for shoplifting
* Joseph D. Jernigan, 24, Franklin Pike. Court date: Jan. 3. $137.88-worth of goods from Wal-Mart. Jernigan has now been banned from Wal-Mart property.
* Clarissa D. Carter, 40, College Street. Court date: Jan. 10. $10-worth of items from the Dollar Store.
* Johnny Lee Wesley Grantham, 19, Belfast Avenue. Court date: Jan. 10. Two cases of Pepsi ($20) from Dollar General Market
-- Karen Hall