After an incident at his home on Troy Drive just before midnight Sept. 28, David D. Rodgers, 32, was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated assault, four counts of reckless endangerment, and one count of being intoxicated in possession of a handgun. Bond: $31,000; court date: Dec. 10. Rodgers allegedly "freaked out" and fired a Springfield XD-45 .45 caliber handgun inside the house, according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Clint Newbill. Property worth $800, including a blue Dell laptop and a gold antique lamp, was damaged.
Thefts and vandalism reported
* A Hoveround chair, worth $4,000, was taken from a home on Woodlawn Avenue sometime in the last three weeks, while the owner was in Columbia.
* On Sept. 28, police were called to the Sport Zone Bar and Grill because the front door glass had been broken with a rock. The freezer door was found open and all the frozen food had thawed out. "The owner stated that he didn't believe anything was missing," according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Shaun Crawford. The spoiled food was valued at $1,500 and the glass door will cost an estimated $500 to repair.
* Between Sept. 23 and 25, 16 goats disappeared from a farm on Bethbirei Road. The owner told Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Larry Hardin he looked everywhere on the farm for the goats and checked all the fences, "but they were just gone." The 16 goats are valued at $1,600.
* On Sept. 26 an iPad worth $500 was taken from a chair outside the owner's apartment on South Ellington Parkway.
* On Sept. 27, police were called to Southern Logistics, adjacent to Nichirin in the Industrial Park. Locks had been broken off an exterior door, and interior doors had been broken open as well. Total cost of repairing the damage was estimated at $330. Lewisburg Police Detective Sgt. David Henley and Detective Cpl. Scott Braden are investigating.
* The rear driver's side window of a 2004 white Ford Explorer was shattered while it was parked at the owner's home on 5th Avenue North. Two men were seen running away. Estimated cost of replacing the window is $200.
* A black touchscreen Straight Talk phone, valued at $142, was taken from an unlocked car parked at Berry Plastics during the evening of Sept. 29.
* Some time in the last two weeks assorted scrap metal was stolen from a property on Hunter Road, but the owner was unable to put a monetary value on the missing items.
Arrested on warrants for fraud and Tenncare fraud
* Tamika Michelle Claybourne, 38, Columbia. Bond: $15,000; court date: Oct. 10.
Arrested on 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force warrants
* Charles J. Crane, 24, Verona Caney Road. Bond: $4,500; court date: Oct. 23. Charges: possession of marijuana for resale, possession of a weapon, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
* Andrew Lee Moore, 22, Verona Caney Road. Bond: $500; court date: Oct. 23. Charge: possession of drug paraphernalia.
Arrested and charged with vandalism and aggravated criminal trespass
* Sara Joan King, 56, Columbia. Bond: $4,000; court date: Nov. 6.
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license
* James D. Armstrong, 47, Columbia. Bond: $10,000; court date: Nov. 5. Also charged with criminal impersonation. This is allegedly Armstrong's fourth offence of driving on suspended.
* Joseph G. Moore, 29, Haynes Street. Bond: $500; court date: Oct. 9. Also cited for speeding.
* Gordon L. Teston, 26, Cummings Circle. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 10. Also cited for speeding.
Arrested and charged with driving under the influence
* Jonathan Rivera, 30, Florence Street. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 10. Also charged with driving on a suspended license and cited for speeding and no proof of insurance.
Arrested on a violation-of-probation warrant
* Ronda Kay Osteen, 44, Nashville. Bond: $500; court date: Oct. 2.
* Rachel E. Brock, 36, 7th Avenue North. Bond: $500; court date: Oct. 23.
* Troy M. Hall, 34, Smithville. Bond: $1,000; court date: Oct. 23.
* Cindy Waynell Little, 40, Franklin Avenue. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 5.
* Kristina K. Campbell, 24, Silver Street. Bond: $250; court date: Oct. 29.
Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant
* Thomas B. Beard, 26. Bond: $1,000; court date: Oct. 9. Beard was also served with a violation-of-probation warrant, and on this he is held without bond for the first available Circuit Court date. Documents at the Marshall County Sheriff's Department give four different addresses for Beard: Poarch Hollow Road, Yell Road, Old Lane Road, and Fishing Ford Road, Belfast.
* William A. Turentine, 44, Columbia. Bond: $1,000; court date: Oct. 23.
* Benjamin C. Winsett, 32, Cheryl Drive. Bond: $2,000; court date: Nov. 7.
.- Karen Hall