Crime reports

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Thefts and vandalism reported

* Sometime during the last year, a storage unit at A-1 Storage was broken into, and $5,000 worth of property was stolen. The missing items include rods, reels and tackle; antique tools and a box; a weight bench and weights; 16 record albums; Star Wars toys, an oak table and two chairs; an antique hall tree; three space heaters, five box fans; and two garage organizers.

* In the two weeks preceding March 30, someone took a gas heater, an aluminum flag pole, three sheets of inch plywood, and a Rascal sander from a property on Cheek Road. The missing items are worth a total of $2,700.

* On March 28, a horse in a pasture on Holly Grove Road was found to have been shot multiple times in the head and neck. Due to the severity of its injuries, this horse, worth $700, was euthanized. Another horse on the property was shot in the hindquarters. Marshall County Sheriff's Department detectives are investigating.

* A Chapel Hill woman's ex-boyfriend caused $500 worth of damage to a window and window screen at her house, after they had an argument and she locked him out.

* On April 1, it was discovered that the front door of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church on Reynolds Road had been kicked in. The only thing missing was a karaoke machine worth $200, but the door will cost $200 to repair.

* During the afternoon of April 2, a bus parked at a home on West Church Street had the hood opened and the back door of the bus was forced open, damaging a connecting rod. A 15-foot metal rod was damaged while trying to pry open a metal bay door; a hand drill was thrown on the ground, breaking the bit; two bicycles were moved; and a tent was knocked down. There were at least two sets of footprints on the hood of the bus, reported Lewisburg Police Officer Clyde Ragsdale. Total value of the damage was estimated at $231.

* Between March 29 and April 5, someone took a Saint Christopher pendant and a black Kindle Fire, worth a total of $220, from a home on Lambert Avenue.

* The landlord reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department a "chemical bomb" was put in the mailbox of a rental property on Ewing Street on April 3. It destroyed a black mailbox worth $50. Chemical bombs were also used to blow up mailboxes on Belfast Farmington Road and Finley Beech Roads between 7 p.m. April 1 and 7 a.m. April 2. A chemical bomb was found in a mailbox on Cochran Lane on March 25, but it had not exploded.

* Between 2 p.m. March 31 and 6 a.m. April 1, someone broke into two locked trucks parked at their owner's home in Chapel Hill. Both trucks had been searched, but the only missing items appeared to be a Rescue Squad ID card and a Spring Hill Fire Department ball cap.

* An unoccupied house on Hunter Bills Road which is for sale was broken into for the second time on April 6, but nothing appeared to be missing.

* A Chapel Hill man reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department that his Social Security number had been stolen and used for another person's tax return. The victim found this out when he tried to e-file his taxes and was told his number had already been used. The victim's information could have been stolen from a former employer's files.

* Between March 29 and 31, a house on Ostella Road was broken into through the back door and a number of items were taken. The missing property includes two porch swings, a small chest, an electric guitar and amp, a .22-caliber rifle, canned food, pots and pans, movies and DVDs, a floor lamp, and personal hygiene items. The person who reported the theft could not put a monetary value on the missing things.

* A Chapel Hill man who has not filed his taxes yet reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department he received a letter from the IRS telling him the amount of a large refund he would be getting, addressed to a woman he had never heard of.

* A Petersburg couple reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department they came home on April 3 to find the front door open and a light on in the house, but nothing appeared to be missing.

Arrested and charged with driving under the influence

* Dakota D. Beene, 23, Franklin Pike. Bond; $1,000; court date: April 29. Also cited for speeding.

* Travis W. Rowland, 22, Mooresville Highway. Bond: $1,000; court date: May 6. Also cited for speeding and financial responsibility. This is allegedly Rowland's second DUI.

Arrested and charged with public intoxication

* Larry D. Reeves Jr., 43, Thomas Street. Bond: $6,500; court date: May 12. Additional charge: possession of a Schedule III drug.

* Delmetrius D. Summers, 23, Allen Street. Bond: $1,500; court date: May 5. Additional charge: resisting arrest.

Arrested and charged with underage consumption

* Matthew C. Estes, 19, Hull Avenue. Bond: $1,000; court date: May 6.

Arrested and charged with possession of a handgun while under the influence

* Daniel B. Bowden, 22, Belfast. Bond: $1,000; court date: May 6.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* Yolanda Simmons, 38, Chapel Hill. Bond: $1,000; court date not stated.

Arrested and charged with resisting stop/arrest

* Tony Smith, 39, 4th Avenue North. Bond: $1,000; court date; May 12.

Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license

* James W. Morrow, 55, Toney, Ala. Bond: $2,000; court date: May 6. Additional charge: public intoxication.

Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license

* William C. Plant, 27, Phifer Road. Bond; $500; court date: April 29.

* Paul B. Baxter, 43, Culleoka. Bond: $1,000; court date; May 12.

Served with a warrant at Marshall County Jail

* Brandon Balentine, 24, Decatur, Ala. Bond: $1,000; court date: May 6. Charge: failure to appear.

* Angela J. Tucker, 40, Wade Brown Road. Bond: $2,500; court date not stated.

Turned herself in on a probation-violation warrant

* Tabitha G. Robison, 36, Thompson's Station. Bond and court date not stated.

Arrested on a probation-violation warrant from Williamson County

* Ronald Johnson, 43, White Drive. Bond: $10,000; court date not stated.

Arrested on a probation-violation warrant

* Casey R. Robinson, 22, Chapel Hill Bond: $500; court date: May 6.

* Sharon Boyd, 60, Chapel Hill. Bond: $500; court date: April 22.

* Joshua R. Bivins, 25, 4th Avenue. Held without bond for court on April 4.

* Tanova K. Ewing, 26, Tiger Boulevard. Bond: $500; court date: May 5.

Served with a probation-violation citation

* Rebecca Ann Cox, 36, College Grove. Court date: April 29.

Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant

* Shaquita T. Reynolds, 29, Pulaski. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 15.

Turned himself in on a bench warrant

* Preston J. Wright, 21, Columbia. Bond and court date not stated.