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Crime Reports

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Thieves apparently

finished their job

Thieves returned to a Lunn Street home between Oct. 20 and 21 to get $750-worth of items that apparently they did not take during their first visit on Oct. 15. Those included a Wii controller, an xBox controller, four Wii games, and a Marshall County High School class ring. The Wii and the xBox were taken on Oct. 15, along with 50-inch Panasonic TV and other valuables.

Other thefts and vandalism reported

* Between Oct. 17 and 18, someone took a set of golf clubs and accessories (gloves, shoes, towel, tees, etc.) worth a total of $1,390, as well as a Dell computer worth $500, and a CD case and CDs ($100) from the owner's truck.

* Between Oct. 20 and 21, someone broke into a rental property on College Street and destroyed two closet doors and one interior door, and set fire to a countertop. Total cost of the damage is estimated at $1,000.

* On Oct. 18, someone entered a home on Sugartree Drive and took a Playstation 3, three controllers, and two games, worth a total of $549. There were no signs of forced entry. The homeowner told Lewisburg Police Officer John Christmas she had a suspect in mind, and that information was passed to the detective division.

* Between Oct. 19 and 20, someone pried open the back door, broke the bedroom door in half, and pulled down the sheet rock in the bedroom of a rental property on 5th Avenue North. The damage was found by the new tenant when he went to clean before moving in. Cost of repair is estimated at $279.

* A section of fencing on the north side of a property on Lindsey Lane, Chapel Hill, was spray painted black sometime in the last two weeks. Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Drew Binkley reported he found a can of black spray paint about five feet from the fence. Owner estimates it will cost $200 to replace the fence.

* An LG900 cell phone, worth $150, was stolen from an unlocked car parked at Lewisburg Family Dentistry between 9 and 10 a.m. Oct. 18.

* Between 8:30 p.m. Oct. 14 and 10:15 a.m. Oct. 17, someone forced open the back door of a home on Heil Avenue. Nothing appeared to be missing, but the lights had been left on in both bedrooms. Cost of repairing the door is estimated at $100.

* Two white men reportedly got three doses of Spectra five-way vaccine for dogs ($6.49 each) and walked out of Tractor Supply Company without paying for them. The cashier said she saw them get into an older model, teal-colored Cavalier or Sunfire.

* On Oct. 20, a woman who lives on Mealer Road, Chapel Hill, went out to take her child to school and found the gas cap of her car on the ground, and what appeared to be sugar in the hole to the gas tank. The victim told MCS Deputy Layne Worsham she suspected who did it, and said she wanted the gas cap checked for fingerprints.

Arrested on bench warrants

* Wayne Hampton, 45, College Street. Bond: $30,000; court date: Oct. 26. Charges: two counts each of sale and delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance.

Arrested as a fugitive from justice

* Albert Patrick Huff Jr., 44, 1st Avenue North. Held for authorities in Pennsylvania. At the jail, Huff was served with Lewisburg City Court warrants for violation of probation and contempt of court. On these charges, Huff is held without bond for court on Nov. 21.

Served with a warrant at Marshall County Jail

* Jason W. Alford, 38, West End Avenue South. Held without bond for court on Oct. 26. Charge: failure to appear.

* Kinza V. Smoots, 34, Columbia. Bond: $2,000; court date: Nov. 8. Charge: failure to appear.

* Chris E. Porter, 30, Petersburg, was served with a criminal summons for theft of services while at the jail. His court date is Nov. 21. Porter allegedly assaulted bondsman Mike Farrar who had helped him bond out on a charge of aggravated domestic assault.

Arrested and charged with aggravated domestic assault

* Gary D. Jones, 54, West Commerce Street. Bond: $7,500; court date: Nov. 21.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* James D. Walker, 47, Cornersville. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 8.

* Eugena Rosalle Grimes, 22, Adams Street. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 14.

Arrested and charged with driving under the influence

* Kevin E. Morris, 36, 1st Avenue North. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 14.

Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license

* Stephen R. Endsley, 19, Ruby Road. Bond: $500; court date: Nov. 21.

Arrested and charged with public intoxication

* Bryan N. Hazel, 29, 7th Avenue North. Bond: $500; court date: Nov. 7.

Turned himself in on a warrant for aggravated assault

* Rodney Crosslin, 32, Franklin Avenue. Bond: $7,500; court date: Nov. 7.

Turned himself in on a warrant for aggravated domestic assault

* Jeremiah E. Wentzel, 26, 7th Avenue South. Bond: $7,500; court date: Nov. 21.

Served with a criminal summons for tattooing a minor

* Brian D. Penn, 30, Silver Creek Road. Court date: Nov. 7. Penn allegedly tattooed a 13-year-old girl between her shoulders without her mother's permission, while the girl was staying at a friend's house.

Arrested on a warrant for failure to appear

* Samuel D. Kaylor, 26, La Vergne. Held without bond for court on Oct. 26.

Served with an attachment warrant for failure to appear in Chancery Court

* Jeremy W. Arbogast, 32, Nashville. Bond: $2,500; court date: Nov. 16.

Arrested on a violation-of-probation warrant

* Gina Braughton, 23, Manchester. Held without bond for court on Oct. 25.

Cited for shoplifting from Wal-Mart

* Christopher E. Houck, 18, Columbia. Court date: Nov. 7.

-- Karen Hall