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Crime reports

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Two men were questioned in the alleged robbery of a Lewisburg man at about 2 a.m. March 19. The victim told police he was walking home on West Commerce Street and accepted a ride from two Hispanic males in a Nissan Maxima, but when he saw a pistol in the passenger's hand, he fled the car. The two men chased him, knocked him down, and took his wallet with $50 in it, and his house key and cell phone. A short time later, Lewisburg Police Department Cpl. Chris Sawyers stopped a car with two men matching the description given by the victim, who positively identified them as the men who robbed him, according to the report by LPD Officer Steve Sanders Jr.

Bill Bartlett, 67, Verona Caney Road, was arrested on March 14 at Lewisburg City Court and charged with public intoxication. While officers were inventorying his car prior to having it towed away from an illegal parking place on Water Street, they found brass knuckles in front of the gear selector. Bartlett was charged with possession of a prohibited weapon. Bond on this charge: $500; court date: April 11.

Thefts and vandalism reported

* A local woman told Lewisburg Police Department that she had been informed her Lowe's credit card, which she thought was paid off, had $6,381.75 of charges on it, made at a Lowe's location in Texas. The case was turned over to the detective division.

* A 14 carat gold rope chain necklace, worth $2,000, was taken from a home on Fishing Ford Road, Belfast, sometime before March 14.

* A custom made 5 x 13 black utility trailer was stolen from a residence on Hwy 99, Chapel Hill, between 3 and 5 p.m. March 15. Owner stated the trailer was worth $1,000. The trailer has a tall gate on the back, white rims, round top rails, a bent fender well, and Croswell and Bastorp of Louisiana stickers.

* A glass sliding door, valued at $400, was broken, possibly by a tennis ball, at a house that is for sale on Saint Ann Street.

* Seven holes, probably made by a BB gun, were found in the siding of a home on Dodson Drive. Owner estimates it will cost $400 to repair the damage.

* A number of tools and scrap metal items were stolen from a farm on Palmetto Cemetery Road. The property owner's son did not put a value on the missing items, but told Marshall County Sheriff's Department Deputy Jerry Harden he could see tracks in the grass where someone had driven around the barns.

* A home on Simpson Lane, Chapel Hill, was vandalized while the owner was at court on March 15. The back door was broken open, eggs thrown around in the kitchen, a coffee pot with coffee in it was overturned on the living room couch, and pictures and a lamp were broken. The owner told MCSD Deputy Jerry Harden that a neighbor had called to tell him his girlfriend was at the house.

Arrested and charged with resisting arrest and vandalism

* Allen L. Hess Jr., 30, Franklin Avenue. Bond: $5,500; court date: May 2. LPD Officer Steve Sanders Jr. had to chase Hess in order to arrest him, and in the ensuing struggle, Sanders' Droid cell phone, worth $560, was damaged.

Arrested and charged with driving under the influence

* Daniel G. Vargas, 21, Woodlawn Avenue. Bond: $2,000; court date: May 2. According to the report by LPD Officer Tracy Teal, Vargas "passed out" at the jail and no one could awaken him to sign the implied consent form which he had initially agreed to do. Vargas was also charged with violation of the implied consent law and driving on a revoked license, and cited for no proof of insurance.

* Stephen R. Endsley, 18, 4th Avenue North. Held without bond for court on April 12.

* Phillip Lee Fuller, 52, Highway 64. Bond and court date not stated. According to the report by MCSD Deputy Bart Fagan, this is Fuller's 3rd DUI, and he admitted to drinking "beer and a lot of it."

Arrested and charged with public intoxication

* Kevin J. Hutton, 41, Columbia. Bond: $1,000; court date: May 2.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* Dominic J. Franklin, 29, Allen Street. Bond: $1,500; court date: May 2.

* Stacy Mihalek, 31, Titan Way. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 18.

* Tammy N. Adams, 29, Mooresville Highway. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 11.

Arrested on a warrant for domestic assault

* Nathan Wayne Williams, 31, Petersburg. Bond: $1,000; court date not stated.

Arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell and deliver, and driving on a suspended license

* Jordan T. Crutcher, 19, Chapel Hill. Bond: $3,500; court date: April 4. A juvenile wanted by the Department of Children's Services was with Crutcher, and he was cited into Juvenile Court for possession of marijuana with intent to sell and deliver, before being released into DCS custody, according to the report by LPD Officer Steve Sanders Jr.

Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license

* Cordaro A. Tordy, 20, 3rd Avenue North. Bond: $500; court date: April 11.

Cited for shoplifting from Wal-Mart

* Alicia Kaye Prince, 24, Culleoka. Court date: April 18. According to the report by LPD Officer Dac Burrow, Prince attempted to leave the store with $57.88-worth of merchandise she had not paid for.

* On the same day, two male juveniles were also caught shoplifting at Wal-Mart. One was transported to Bedford County Juvenile Detention because his mother told LPD Officer Russell Grubbs the boy was "out of control and she could not handle him," while the other was released to his guardian with a citation.

* Aubrey W. Miller, 63, Hill Street. Court date: April 4. Miller is alleged to have taken a pack of 10 pairs of panties priced at $29.80, and told LPD Officer Douglas Alexander "he was getting them for his girlfriend."

Cited for shoplifting from Dollar General Market

* Tesha R. Schultz, 23, Lawrenceburg. Court date: May 16.

* Pamela Ann Henson, 49, Nashville Highway. Court date: May 16.

Arrested on a warrant for violation of parole

* Bobby Lee Medley, 32, Ardmore. Held without bond.

Arrested on two capias warrants

* Jody Lee Lindsey, 46, Clarksville. Held without bond for an unspecified court date. The warrants are for driving after being declared a habitual motor vehicle offender, and driving on a revoked license.

Served with a violation-of-probation warrant at Marshall County Jail

* Marsha F. Fountain, 42, North Ellington Parkway. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 18.

Arrested on a warrant for violation of probation

* Gary W. Woodard, 34, Pulaski. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 4. Woodard was served with a second violation-of-probation warrant at the jail, and that warrant ordered him held without bond for court on March 22.

* James Aubrey Baker, 48, Estill Springs. Held without bond for court on March 29.

* Rodrick Brooks, 23, Lebanon. Held without bond for an unspecified court date.

Served with a criminal summons for violation of probation

* Allen M. Harris, 60, Endsley Rankin Road. Court date: April 5.

* Alejandro Ontiveros, 21, Shelbyville. Court date: April 12.

* Amanda G. Thomas, 27, Chapel Hill. Court date not stated.

Served with a criminal summons for failure to appear

* Joshua Kelly, 27, Fox Lane. Court date: April 12.

Served with a criminal summons for passing worthless checks

* Sherrie McCoy, 45, 3rd Avenue North. Court date: April 5.