Friday, July 6, 2012

Arrested and charged with criminal trespass and theft under $500

* John D. Weaver, 44, Woods Avenue South. Bond: $2,250; court date: July 16. Weaver was caught on surveillance video on July 1, leaving Wal-Mart with three packs of strip steak, three packs of rib eye steak and one pack of boneless pork chops that he had not paid for, according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Anthony McLean. A traffic stop was made on a small white truck in which Weaver was a passenger, and the meat was found in the truck. The meat, worth a total of $110.99, was returned to the store. According to McLean, Weaver admitted stealing the meat. Weaver has been in trouble at Wal-Mart before: he was served with two notices to keep out of the store in 2010.

Just before midnight June 30, Lewisburg Police Officer Jennifer McDonald saw a young woman staggering around in the front yard of a house on Fayetteville Highway, screaming profanity. A man came out of the house and said he was giving a party, and the young woman was a guest. As a result of this incident, the following arrests were made

* Adria D. Jouette, 18, Liberty Valley Road. Bond: $500; court date: July 16. Charge: underage consumption.

* Kenneth W. Race, 26, East Commerce Street. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 16. Charge: contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Thefts and vandalism reported

* A Cornersville family that had been away since Thanksgiving returned home on Hatchett Hollow Road and found the house had been burglarized. "All drawers were pulled out and all the boxes of belongings had been gone through and slung all over the place," reported Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Ben Fender. Missing items include a Cub Cadet 25 HP zero-turn mower worth $3,500, and an Ingersol air compressor valued at $200. An M1 carbine .30 caliber rifle was also reported missing, but no value was stated for it.

* Between 9 a.m. June 28 and 2 p.m. July 1, someone entered a home on Bridle Lane, Chapel Hill, and took a Ryobi weed-eater and blower from the garage; a table with four chairs and an umbrella from the patio; flowers from the front porch; and a door mat, two planks, three Pyrex dishes, a 52-inch Sanyo TV, three boxes of Christmas ornaments, a twin sheet set, and the dog from the house. Total value of the missing items is estimated at $2,549. The pool and Jacuzzi may also have been vandalized. The homeowner told Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Lori Haynes he is going through a divorce and believes his soon-to-be-former wife has something to do with the theft.

* On June 30, a woman who lives on Highway 64 reported the theft of a 10-foot utility trailer from the driveway of her home. A pitchfork, shovel and hoe were in the trailer. Total value of the trailer and tools is $2,200.

* A Holly Grove Road woman reported to the Marshall County Sheriff's Department that a man had taken her class ring, birth certificate, her mother's ring, the face plate of her stereo system, and a coat, worth a total of $715. He also did $150-worth of damage to a door and cabinets in the house. The same man allegedly threatened the woman and attempted to strangle her.

* While a Lewisburg woman was at work at CKNA, someone scratched a bad word on the back of her Chrysler minivan, and ran a sharp object, possibly a key, down the rear right side of the vehicle. Repairs are estimated at $700.

* Jewelry worth $370 and $175 in change were taken from a home on Old Farmington Road while the owner was out of town. The burglar may have gotten in through the kitchen window, which was found open.

* On July 1, someone stole a radio and a battery, worth a total of $100, out of a car parked at Martin Street Apartments, and also smashed the driver's side window of a Nissan Altima. The window will cost an estimated $400 to replace. "A hammer found at the scene...may have been used to smash the window," reported Lewisburg Police Officer James Repasky. "The hammer will be dusted for fingerprints and logged into evidence," Repasky continued.

* On June 14, between 6 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. someone stole $100-worth of Lortabs from a home on Hearthstone Drive, Chapel Hill. On June 30, the residents discovered a gold ring and a gold necklace, worth a total of $350, were also missing, and told Marshall County Sheriff's officers they thought the jewelry must have been taken the same day as the pills.

* Between 4 p.m. June 29 and 6 a.m. June 30, someone took a Stihl chainsaw with a 16-inch bar, valued at $400, from the back of a pickup truck parked at the owner's home on Cummings Circle.

* A blue Tec 9mm semi-automatic pistol in a small cardboard box, valued at $275, was taken from the owner's pickup truck while he was working at Wal-Mart on June 26.

* The driver's side window of a Nissan Maxima parked at the owner's home on Woodlawn Avenue was smashed around 3 a.m. July 1. The owner was awakened by the car alarm and saw a man flee the scene in a silver vehicle "possibly a Lincoln Continental" according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Jennifer McDonald. The window will cost $250 to replace.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* Aaron Ross Wilson, 30, Arthur Sampson Road. Bond: $8,500; court date: July 16. Additional charges: resisting arrest and vandalism over $500. Wilson became irate and kicked out the window of Lewisburg Police Officer Anthony McLean's patrol car. McLean and Cpl. Tracy Teal sprayed Wilson with pepper spray, but he refused to calm down, and they called for back up.

Arrested on warrants for aggravated assault, public intoxication and possession of a weapon

* Michael D. Beard, 39, Arrington. Bond: $17,000; court date; July 24.

Arrested on warrants for criminal impersonation and driving on a revoked license

* Jimmy E. Russell, 47, Columbia. Bond: $12,000; court date: July 16.

Arrested on a warrant for violation of the sex offender registry

* Garrison Levi Gall, 19, Chapel Hill. Bond and court date not stated.

Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license

* Travis E. Walls, 26, Shelbyville. Bond: $2,000; court date: July 16. Additional charge: violation of probation.

* Delores L. Mitchell, 52, Pulaski. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 31. Also cited for expired tag.

Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license

* Eric D. Smith, 23, Shelbyville. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 16. Also cited for driving without headlights on.

Arrested on warrants for domestic assault and evading arrest

* Jared Robinson, 23, Franklin Avenue. Bond: $2,000; court date: July 16.

Arrested on a warrant for violation of community corrections

* Flor Miranda Ramos, 29, Mooresville Highway. Bond: $2.500; court date: July 11.

Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant

* Jared Carnel Robinson, 23, Franklin Avenue. Bond: $2,500; court date; July 17.

* Christopher L. Mull, 24, Petersburg. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 3.

* Nathaniel P. Sartin, 21, Bell Buckle. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 17.

Arrested on a violation-of-probation warrant

* Anthony T. McMillian, 22, South Ellington Parkway. Held without bond for court on July 3.

* Michael A. Alwardt, 22, Finley Beech Road. Bond: $500; court date: July 24.

* Kelsie Ann Scheffler, 20, Cornersville. Bond: $500; court date: July 24.

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

* Katherin E. Stutts, 54, Hallmark Drive. Bond: $250; court date: July 30.

Cited for driving on a revoked license

* John Jernigan, 52, Franklin Pike. Court date: July 30.

Cited for shoplifting from Wal-Mart

* Mario M. Storto, 18, Lloyd Street. Court date: July 16.

Served with a criminal summons for vandalism

* Tremarcus A. Cox, 18, Thomas Street. Court date: July 16..

Arrested and charged with reckless endangerment

* Robert E. "Gator" Grissom, 66, Verona Road. Bond: $3,000; court date: July 24. According to the report by Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Lori Haynes, Grisson was allegedly firing a black-powder pistol at his neighbor while the man was fishing.

Cited for criminal littering

* Brandon M. Wiley, 18, Maple Street. Court date: July 10. According to the report by Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Doug McBay, Wiley was paid to take trash to the garbage disposal center, but some of it fell out of the truck and he did not want to pick it up because it had maggots on the bags. The Highway Department and Solid Waste Department cleaned up the trash at a cost of $150, according to Highway Superintendent Jerry Williams.

- Karen Hall