Crime reports

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Thefts and vandalism reported

* A chocolate-colored three-piece sectional couch and a fold-away bed and box spring, worth a total of $1,400, were stolen from a home on Jones Circle. The couch has one burn spot on the left end.

* Between May 27 and June 3, someone went to an unoccupied home on Highway 99 and took an antique cast iron woodstove and a set of drinking glasses from inside the residence. A 3.5 ton Trane central heat and air unit and a refrigerator that was on the back porch were also taken. Total value of the missing items: $1,260.

* An 8 GB silver iPod touch with many songs and apps, worth $500, was lost at the Little League ballpark on May 14, and later turned in at the concession stand. The iPod disappeared from the concession stand lost-and-found, according to a report by Lewisburg Police Detective Scott Braden, who questioned concession stand workers. The serial number of the iPod is C23DPJXFDCP7.

* A silver 4th generation iPod Touch, worth $500, serial number C3TDLMFDCP7, was reported missing by a Chapel Hill woman, but she did not know if it had been taken from her home or her car. The victim told Marshall County Sheriff's Department deputies she called Apple and had the iPod disabled.

* Between May 31 and June 5, someone took a Fender stage 100 amp, worth $250, from the New Vision Church on Nashville Highway.

* Between 9 and 11 a.m. June 2, about 65 Endocet pills, said to be worth $100, were taken from a locked box at a home on Rutledge Lane. There were no signs of forced entry, but the lock of the box was removed.

* Between 2 p.m. May 28 and 10 a.m. May 31, someone cut their way through a chain link fence at Darrell's ATV on Nashville Highway, gaining access to the area where lawnmowers and ATVs are kept. Owner told police nothing appeared to be missing, but said the fence would cost $100 to repair. An unsuccessful attempt was made to cut the cable lock off the gate to the fenced area.

Turned himself in on outstanding warrants for theft and vandalism over $500

* Justin Dale Christopher, 19, East Commerce Street. Bond: $6,000; court date: June 21.

Arrested and charged with driving under the influence

* Benjamin D. Watkins, 24, Lascassas. Because this is allegedly Watkins' second DUI, he is held without bond for court on July 19. Additional charge: driving on a revoked license.

* Lisandro Rios Montejo, 27, East Church Street. Bond: $2,500; court date: July 19. Additional charges: driving without a license and violation of the implied consent law.

* Whitley L. Green, 20, Belfast Avenue. Bond: $3,500; court date: July 11. Additional charges: driving on a suspended license 2nd offence, violation of the implied consent law, and underage consumption. Green was also cited for violation of the open container law.

Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license

* Steven Turner, 23, Belfast Avenue. Bond: $500; court date; June 20.

* Willie L. Allen, 48, 7th Avenue North. Bond: $500; court date: July 18.

* Shawn D. Cates, 24, Madison, Tenn. Held without bond for court on June 28. Additional charge: violation of the open container law. Robertson County has an active failure-to-appear warrant on Cates.

Cited for driving on a suspended license and no insurance

* Kayla D. Mencer, 20, Belfast. Court date: June 13.

Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license

* Carneal D. Marks, 25, Maple Street. Bond: $5,500; court date: July 19. This is allegedly Marks' fifth offense of driving on revoked. Additional charge: filing a false report. When he was stopped by police, Marks initially pretended to be someone else, but officers called the jail and got a description of Marks' tattoos, which matched the man they had in custody.

Arrested and charged with driving without a license

* Mario Trejo Artiaga, 22, Fayetteville. Bond: $1,000; court date: June 20.

Turned himself in on warrants for drug paraphernalia and simple possession of marijuana

* Nicholas A. Parks, 25, Coble Drive. Bond: $2,000; court date: June 28.

Arrested and charged with possession of a Schedule IV drug (Lortab)

* Kevin Stinnett, 35, North Church Street. Bond: $6,500; court date: June 28. Lincoln County has an active attachment for Stinnett, according to Deputy Chad Bass' report.

Arrested and charged with aggravated criminal trespass (twice)

* Brandon J. Burns, 20, Finley Beech Road. Bonds: $500 and $1,500; court date on both: June 13. Burns was banned from Lewisburg Housing Authority property for one year starting March 30, but was found there on May 25 and 29.