Thefts and vandalism reported
* Sometime during the predawn hours of Feb. 13, five polyplastic doors, worth $1,000 each, were cut in half at chicken barns at an address on Fayetteville Highway. At the same time, a 1991 Ford Ranger pickup that was not tagged or titled because it was only used around the chicken barns was taken. The truck was valued at $500.
* A 1991 red GMC pickup truck, worth $5,000, was vandalized at the owner's home at Embers East Trailer Court during the night of Feb. 6-7. Two tires were flattened, and a chemical was poured or thrown on the body, causing extensive damage. The victim's mother told Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Doug McBay that this was the third time since her relationship with a local man broke up that one of her family's vehicles has been vandalized.
* A Huntsville, Ala. man reported to police that he was being sued for almost $3,500 by a collection agency trying to recover money owed for a cell phone and a Dell computer. The victim told police a Lewisburg woman obtained the phone and computer by using his personal information.
* A 42-inch Sony flatscreen TV, worth $1,000, and a Compaq laptop computer, worth $1,200, were stolen from a home on Jackson Avenue on Feb. 6. A Wii playstation and $80-worth of half dollar coins were also taken, and $150-worth of damage was done to the front door.
* Someone broke into Parkview Baptist Church through the back door and took a 32-inch Vizio flatscreen TV and a set of surround speakers, valued at a total of $1,200. Two doors were damaged and will cost $400 to replace.
* Between Feb. 6 and 8, someone took an antique lamp, worth $500, and a pair of Justin work boots, worth $195, from a home on South Berlin Road.
* Items were reported missing from the back yard of a home on Nashville Highway. They included a red tiller, a black cast iron kettle, an old-style washing machine, and a black Craftsman mower worth $200.
* During the evening of Feb. 26, a rock was thrown through the window of a home on Maple Street. The window will cost $225 to replace.
* A resident of Highland Avenue was the intended recipient of a $100 prepaid Visa gift card, but it was never delivered to her. Visa stated the card had been used several times, so someone may have stolen it out of the mail.
* A counterfeit $10 bill was passed at Burger King on Feb. 9 by two women who said they got it in change when shopping at Cool Springs.
Arrested and charged with theft of property and underage consumption
* Joseph R. Beard, 19, 4th Avenue North. Bond: $3,000; court date: March 12.
* William Wise, 18, 4th Avenue North. Bond: $2,000; court date: March 12.
On Feb. 6, the two men were caught attempting to shoplift beer from the Dollar General Market. They admitted to Lewisburg Police Officer Jennifer McDonald that their intention was to "consume it and become intoxicated." They also told McDonald they had each drunk two 24-ounce beers before coming to the store.
Arrested on warrants for aggravated domestic assault, aggravated burglary and vandalism
* Kashus L. Randle, 24, Dodson Drive. Bond: $16,000; court date: March 12.
Arrested and charged with child abuse
* Farrah N. Johnson, 27, School Street. Bond: $7,500; court date: March 5.
Arrested and charged with driving under the influence
* Megan B. Harris, 20 Martin Avenue. Bond: $3,000; court date: March 12. Additional charge: underage consumption.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault
* Earnest Francis Jr., 57, Sanders Street. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 5.
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license
* Jesse James Hill, 24, 7th Avenue North. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 12.
* Dana R. Campbell, 28, Nashville. Released on her own recognizance; court date: March 12. Also cited for speeding.
Cited for driving without a license, leaving the scene of an accident, failure to report an accident, and no insurance
* Jennifer L. Campbell, 22, Phillips Street. Court date: April 2.
Arrested and charged with public intoxication
* Kenneth R. Brown, 26, Woodlawn Avenue. Bond: $500; court date: March 5.
Served with a criminal summons for theft under $500
* Seth E. Hill, 36, Lynnwood Avenue. Court date: March 5.
Served with a criminal summons for vandalism
* Jeremy M. Poarch, 21, Tiger Boulevard. Court date: March 12.
Served with a criminal summons for passing a worthless check
* Courtney A. Svatos, 22, Cornersville. Court date: March 27.
Arrested on an attachment from Chancery Court for failure to appear
* William A. Jones, 41, Chapel Hill. Bond; $1,500; court date: March 21.
Arrested on a state failure-to-appear warrant
* John F. Scott, 37, Columbia. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 6.
Turned herself in on a violation-of-probation warrant
* Tamara Laurel Dooley, 27, Cornersville. Bond not stated; court date: Feb. 29.
Arrested on a violation-of-probation warrant
* Christopher T. Black, 41, Lynnville. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 14.
* John M. Walsh, 31, Lee Lane. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 13.
* Patrick B. Denihan, 52, Cornersville. Bond not stated; court date: March 27.
* Tyler Keith Parrish, 25, Cornersville Road. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 6.
* Darrell Ray Jeans, 41, Elora, Tenn. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 28.
Served with a criminal summons for violation of probation
* Christopher B. Harris, 26, North Church Street. Court date: Feb. 28.
* Jeremy R. Prince, 25, Culleoka. Court date: March 27.
* Victoria A. Gill, 55, Maple Street. Court date: March 6.
* Stephanie L. Holbert, 25, Cornersville. Court date: March 27.
-- Karen Hall