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Crime Reports

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Arrested and charged with possession of marijuana for sale and simple possession of Schedule II and IV drugs, and cited for brake light out and violation of the open container law

* Ellis R. Darnell, 38, Spring Place Road. Bond: $33,000; court date: Oct. 1. Darnell admitted to Marshall County Sheriff's Capt. Bart Fagan he was out on parole from the Tennessee Department of Corrections. Darnell had a jury trial in December 2009 and was found guilty on all counts: manufacturing more than half a gram of methamphetamine, possessing more than half a gram of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a dangerous felony. Darnell was sentenced to two concurrent nine-year terms on the meth convictions, and a consecutive four-year term for the firearm conviction, for a total effective sentence of 13 years, which ends in 2020. He had a parole hearing in August 2012.

Arrested and charged with driving under the influence

* Lawrence C. Wiggins, 61, Joyce Avenue. Bond and court date not stated. Additional charge: driving on a revoked license.

* Travis M. Sharpe, 25, Columbia. Bond: $3,000; court date: Dec. 9. Additional charge: child endangerment.

Arrested and charged with rape

* Victor E. Gray, 47, Chapel Hill. Bond: $22,500; court date: Oct. 8. Gray's 14-year-old victim said she thought she was pregnant, and stated Gray had been having sexual intercourse with her since she was 10 years old, according to the report by Marshall County Sheriff's Detective Tony Nichols.

Thefts and vandalism reported

* During the last few days of August, a home in Chapel Hill was entered, possibly through a garage window, and $4,650 worth of guns was taken. The six guns were a Browning A-Bolt Medallion with a BOSS 300 Win Mag, without the clip, but with the owner's signature engraved on the bolt; a Colt .357 Mag Lawman Mark II in a brand new brown leather holster; a Browning 10 gauge left handed automatic shotgun, which loads from the bottom, in a new camo gun case, probably with a turkey choke in it; a slightly rusty Remington 870 magnum 12 gauge; an old beat up Remington 12 gauge Model Sportsman 58 whose bolt doesn't stay back; and a .44 caliber muzzle-loader pistol.

* On Sept. 7, a 1994 blue Chevy pickup was painted with red spray paint on the windows, doors, front grill and fender, hood, wheels, and passenger side of the bed while it was parked at the owner's home on Nashville Highway. Cost of repairing the damage is estimated at $3,000.

* Sometime between 5 p.m. Aug. 30 and 7 a.m. Sept. 2, a group of youths climbed on the roof of the Allied Polymers building on Brents Road and broke a security camera worth $350. They also broke a window on the side of the building that will cost $400 to replace.

* The back door of a home on Webb Road had the window broken out of it between Sept. 6 and 7. Nothing was taken from the home, and nothing else was damaged. Cost of replacing the door was estimated at $600.

* A Lewisburg man reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department his ex-girlfriend had forged four of his checks, totaling $527.

* On Aug. 27, someone stole a cell phone worth $300 from the veterinarian's office at 1340 South Ellington Parkway.

* A man who lives on 5th Avenue South found what he thought was sugar in the gas tank of his push mower on Sept. 7, and while he was taking the mower to be fixed, someone damaged the padlock on his front door. Total value of the damages was estimated at $245.

* A counterfeit $100 bill was found on Sept. 3 when an employee of First Commerce Bank was counting the deposit from H&S Pharmacy #1.

* On Sept. 4 someone got into a home on Brookside Drive through the kitchen door, but fled when the homeowner said, "Hello, hello, who's there?" according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Dac Burrow.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* Alejandra L. Tores, 23, 4th Avenue North. Bond: $1,000; court date: Dec. 9.

Arrested and charged with violation of an order of protection

* Cameron L. Johnson, 26, Crick Street. Held for a bond hearing on Sept. 9.

Arrested and charged with public intoxication

* Monroy Blanco Armando Ulises, 35, College Street. Bond: $500; court date: Oct. 21.

Arrested on a probation-violation warrant

* Kevrol A. Hamilton, 20, Nashville. Bond: $1,000; court date: Oct. 21.

* Jamie D. Shirley, 25, Long Distance Road. Bond: $500; court date: Sept. 24.

* Tena Currington, 43, Barnes Hollow Road. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 4.

* Stephen Ray Hargrove, 43, Hull Avenue. Bond: $1,000; court date: Sept. 16. Additional charge: possession of drug paraphernalia.

Turned himself in on a probation-violation warrant

* Joshua Lee Weaver, 23, Wild Cherry Court. Bond: $500; court date: Sept. 24.

Served with a criminal summons for violation of probation

* Maurice D. Wells, 40, Brentwood. Court date: Sept. 24.

Turned himself in on a failure-to-appear warrant

* David R. Metcalf Jr., 40, Cornersville. Bond: $5,000; court date: Sept. 16.

Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant

* Tammy L. Williams, 42, Globe Road. Bond: $2,000; court date: Sept. 9.

* Gregory W. Burrow, 51, Cornersville. Bond: $500; court date: Sept. 10.

* Christopher L. Henderson, 35, Nashville. Bond: $500; court date: Sept. 24.

* Darrell R. Jeans, 37, Elora, Tenn. Bond: $500; court date: Aug. 27.

Arrested on a Davidson County failure-to-appear warrant

* Rodney J. Haislip, 37, Cannon Street. Bond: $500; court date: Sept. 12.

Cited for shoplifting from Walmart

* Dutch D. Church, 20, 1st Avenue North. Court date: Oct. 21.