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CRIME REPORTS

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Arrested and charged with driving under the influence

* Andrea C. Parrish, 27, Milltown Road. Bond: $3,500; court date: Jan. 7. Additional charge: child neglect. Parrish's husband, Nolan F. Parrish, 28, Milltown Road, who was also in the car, was charged with public intoxication and child neglect. Bond: $3,500; court date: Jan. 7. The temperature was around 32 degrees, Lewisburg Police Officer Clint Newbill reported, but the child in the car was only wearing a short-sleeved T-shirt and a pair of pants.

* Edward T. Ledford, 43, Anes Station Road. Bond: $1,000; court date: Jan. 7. Also charged with violation of the implied consent law, and cited for failure to yield and failure to provide proof of insurance.

* Edward G. Duvall, 79, Holly Grove Road. Bond: $500; court date: Jan. 15. Also cited for reckless driving and failure to provide proof of insurance.

Arrested and charged with aggravated assault

* Crystal Lee Lopez, 24, Garrett Road. Bond: $7,500; court date: Nov. 27.

Thefts and vandalism reported

* A Petersburg man reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department his wife's yellow gold and diamond wedding band and his mother's diamond and pink stone ring were missing from their home, along with about $100 cash from their sons' bedroom. Someone who was allowed into the house to do some work may have taken the rings, valued at a total of $5,417, and cash, the victim told Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Layne Worsham.

* On Nov. 25, officers were called to RockTenn Manufacturing where two vending machines had been vandalized. All the cash and coins, estimated at $100, had been removed from one of them. The two machines are valued at $1,000 each. Newbill reported it was unknown how entry was made into the building.

* A Chapel Hill woman reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department someone used her Southeast Financial Credit Union debit card at five different Best Buy stores in Virginia for purchases totaling $1,496.20. The victim also reported someone unsuccessfully tried to use her Chase credit card in Virginia. The victim told deputies she had cancelled her Chase card and frozen her credit union account.

* On Nov. 25, Lewisburg Police officers responded to an alarm at Southern Carton and found a roll-up loading-dock door, valued at $1,000, had been cut open. Nothing was missing from the building, and Newbill reported he thought the burglar fled when he heard the alarm.

* A diamond wedding band worth $720 was reported missing from a home in Chapel Hill, and the victim told Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Lucas Holton he thought the ring was taken around Nov. 1.

* On Black Friday, a man left Walmart with a Sony Playstation, priced at $199, without paying for it. He was seen leaving the parking lot in a gold four-door vehicle. Store surveillance video captured images of the man, according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Jennifer McDonald.

* On Nov. 24, someone hit the drive-through menu at McDonald's with a blunt object, and also damaged the digital order screen. Restaurant staff told Newbill a customer driving a blue S-10 became rude while at the drive-through menu and was asked to leave. Staff reported they saw the truck circle the building several times before stopping at the menu and damaging it. The manager told Newbill the man then called the restaurant and said, "Next time you'll take my order!"

* A license tag was stolen off a utility trailer while it was parked at a car show in Chapel Hill. The victim, who lives in Lewisburg, told Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Layne Worsham the tag number was T742961.

* On Nov. 23, when employees arrived at Nichirin, they found a broken window and damaged vent, and someone had taken all the change out of three vending machines. No dollar amount was stated for the change taken or the damage to the machines.

Arrested and charged with theft over $500

* Christopher D. Griffith, 35, Columbia. Bond: $7,000; court date; Jan. 7. Griffith allegedly stole a computer from Walmart, removed the sensors, and then tried to return it for money. Griffith had already been banned from Walmart, so he was also charged with criminal trespass, according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Shaun Crawford.

Arrested on an attachment from Juvenile Court

* David J. Crutcher, 45, Chapel Hill. Bond: $4,500; court date: Dec. 18.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* Hunter J. Brewster, 19, Cornersville. Bond: $2,500; court date: Jan. 15.

* Matthew L. Charboneau, 31, Hill Street. Bond: $1,000; court date: Dec. 3.

Arrested and charged with criminal trespass

* Michael Bennett, 27, Lewisburg. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 3.

Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license

* Ryan A. Sefton, 23, Murfreesboro. Bond: $500; court date: Jan. 7.

Cited for shoplifting from Fred's Discount Store

* Patricia Prince, 57, Culleoka. Court date: Jan. 14.

Served with two criminal summons for assault

* Ethan Chapman, 20, Anes Station Road. Court date: Jan. 14.

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

* Joshua E. Malone, 22, Centerville. Bond: $1,000; court date: Dec. 4.

Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant

* Darrick L. Greer, 32, Spring Place Road. Held without bond for court on Nov. 30.

- Karen Hall