Arrested and charged with three counts of aggravated domestic assault
* Richard G. Marcrum II, 38, Saint Anne Street. Bond: $24,000; court date: Feb. 3.
Arrested and charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct, assault, and resisting arrest
* Michael B. Mahar, 32, Craig Moore Road. Bond: $8,000; court date: Feb. 3. Mahar allegedly hit a nurse and a patient at Marshall Medical Center. When police arrived at MMC, he was sitting in a car in the parking lot, drinking from a bottle of whiskey, according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Shaun Crawford.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault, reckless endangerment, and interference with an emergency call
* Joseph Howard, 33, 6th Avenue North. Bond: $6,000; court date: Feb. 3.
Arrested on a warrant for sale of a Schedule II drug
* Kelsey P. Foster, 19, Bivins Road. Bond: $3,000; court date: Jan. 28.
Arrested and charged with driving under the influence
* Bethany J. Gipson, 32, Liberty Valley Road. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 3. Also cited for failure to provide proof of insurance and failure to heed traffic control device (ran a stop sign).
* Gregory J. Primm, 57, Woodlawn Avenue. Bond: $1,500; court date: March 3. Also cited for failure to provide proof of insurance and failure to maintain lane of travel. This is allegedly Primm's second DUI.
* Shannon L. Merriman, 38, Hunter Road. Bond and court date not stated. Additional charges: violation of the implied consent law and driving without a license.
Thefts and vandalism reported
* Two three-year-old black cows, worth $1,500 each, were reported missing by a man whose farm is on Delina Road, Petersburg. All the cows were there on Dec. 10, but the pair were missing two or three days later. The victim told Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Freddie Darnell he had asked all the neighbors and checked all his fences, but suspected someone had taken the cows from a holding pen he has on State Route 129.
* On Dec. 31, a man cashed an Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance check for $1,392.89 at Advance Financial. Ameriprise told the Advance Financial home office that "this check was not in their database as an issued check and considered it as counterfeit," according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Dac Burrow. The case has been turned over to detectives for further investigation.
* On Jan. 3, someone backed into 3D Financial's lighted 25-foot-high advertising sign at their office on Nashville Highway, causing more than $1,200 worth of damage. The incident was caught on video surveillance and the make and model of the truck, a partial license plate, and the appearance of the driver were noted by police.
* On or around Jan. 5, someone broke into a property on Old Highway 99 and took items worth a total of $650, as well as causing $500 worth of damage to the structure. The missing items include a propane heater, a set of cast iron skillets, two microwave ovens, two tables, and a chair.
* On Dec. 24 a man cashed an Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance check for $762.41 at East Side Liquors. A week later the check was returned by the bank, noted as "altered/fictitious," according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Anthony Garrett.
* A Lewisburg man reported his 12 gauge Mossberg shotgun, worth $150, disappeared from his home on Ashwood Avenue on Nov. 9. In December the man found that a .22 caliber semi-automatic Jennings pistol, worth $116, was also missing. The thefts were reported in January, and when asked by Lewisburg Police Officer Mike Davis why he had waited so long, the man said he wanted to look for the weapons and be sure they were actually missing.
* On or around Jan. 9, someone took a 50-foot roll of three-prong copper wire from the barn of a property on Richardson Road. The value of the wire was estimated at $250.
Arrested on a warrant for simple possession of marijuana
* Daedreion M. Alderson, 20, Old Farmington Road. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 4.
Cited for simple possession of marijuana
* Raymond Cozart, 21, Joyce Avenue. Court date: March 3. Also cited for equipment violation (brake light out).
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license
* Michael Parkhurst, 44, Mooresville Highway. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 3.
Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license
* Joseph G. Moore, 40, Haynes Street. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 10. Also cited for failure to provide proof of insurance and lights required on motor vehicles. This is allegedly Moore's third offense of driving on revoked.
Arrested and charged with misuse of 911
* William Bess, 51, Marshall Street. Bond: $500; court date: March 3. Bess was allegedly very intoxicated when he called 911, according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Lonny Cook.
Arrested on a warrant from Columbia for shoplifting
* Michael P. Heiser, 42, Spring Place Road.
Arrested on a probation-violation warrant
* Stacy D. Mihalek, 34, Titan Way. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 3.
* Sean A. Johnson, 20, South Ellington Parkway. Bond: $2,000; court date: Feb. 10. Also charged with simple possession of marijuana.
* John D. Weaver, 46, Woods Avenue South. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 3.
* Thomas F. Carter, 45, Jackson Avenue. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 3.
* Michael Daniel, 54, Lunn Street. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 10.
* Richard Diviney, 32, 2nd Avenue North. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 25.
Turned himself in on a probation-violation warrant
* Larry D. Reeves Jr., 42, Thomas Avenue. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 25.
Served with a summons for probation violation
* Gary L. Moore, 57, Davis Street. Court date: Feb. 10.
Served with a warrant at Marshall County Jail
* Michael S. Crowder, 29, Martin Street. Charge: probation violation.
* Jeremy T. McElhaney, 33, Church Road. Charge: probation violation.
* Norris A. Endsley III, 26, Spring Place Road. Charge: vandalism. Endsley allegedly destroyed a plastic jail property tote, worth $10, after becoming irate with corrections officers, according to the report by Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Travis Childers.
Cited for shoplifting from Kroger
* Mildred B. Rutledge, 60, New Columbia Highway. Court date: Feb. 10.