Arrested on outstanding warrants
* Nathaniel B. Medley, 32. Bond: $18,000; court date: July 14. Charges: aggravated burglary, domestic assault, and assault. Because marijuana was found in his vehicle at the time of the traffic stop, Medley was also charged with simple possession.
Arrested and charged with assault
* Jordan T. Crutcher, 22. Bond: $4,000; court date: July 21. Also charged with public intoxication, aggravated criminal trespass, and resisting arrest.
* Nathan A. Rowe, 21, Chapel Hill. Bond and court date not stated. Also charged with aggravated burglary and vandalism under $500.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault
* William W. Atchley, 32, Liberty Avenue. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 14.
* Suzanne L. Foster, 27, Adams Street. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 14.
Turned himself in on a warrant for domestic assault
* Bradley G. Vincent, 31, 4th Avenue North. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 14.
Arrested and charged with driving under the influence
* Joe Burks, 53, Petersburg. Bond: $1,500; court date: July 29. Also charged with driving on a revoked license and cited for speeding and failure to maintain lane.
Thefts and vandalism reported
* The front door of a home on Thick Road, Chapel Hill, was kicked in sometime before June 23, and a closet and a file cabinet were searched. A gun cabinet was opened, and all the weapons, worth a total of $2,900, were taken. The missing guns include a Ruger Model 1 .458 Lott, a Knight 50 caliber muzzleloader, a Harrington-Richardson .223 rifle, a 12 gauge Saiga shotgun with a 20-round drum, a New England Firearms 12 gauge, and a Charter 2000 Inc. .44 special.
* An envelope containing $1,000 cash was reported missing from outside the door of one of the rooms at East Commerce Baptist Church on June 29. Police were given the description of a man who was seen in the area.
* A 2005 black 16-foot trailer with 15-inch wheels was taken from a property on Rambo Hollow Road while the owner was on vacation. The trailer has a wooden floor made of two-by-sixes, and the VIN number is 4DSUA16295SO13879. It had a set of black ramps on it. The value of the trailer and the ramps was estimated at $851.
* Between 7 p.m. June 27 and the morning of June 28, someone drove a vehicle through a yard on Green Valley Drive. The cost of repairing the lawn was estimated at $500.
* A homeowner on Chance Avenue called police because boards of his fence were damaged, and the fence had been pushed so hard it was leaning over. The fence will cost an estimated $500 to repair.
* A man from Oklahoma reported to the Marshall County Sheriff's Department he had been scammed out of $500 by a person from Petersburg who was selling a programmer on Craigslist. The seller took his money, but failed to send the item, and when asked for a FedEx tracking number gave one that turned out to be false.
* A Lewisburg woman reported to police someone had used her personal information to establish an account with Charter Cable in Knoxville. She found out when a collection agency told her she owes $346.50.
* Between 4 p.m. June 22 and 6:55 a.m. June 23, someone broke the rear glass window of a Dodge Caravan which was parked at the owner's home on Silver Street. The window will cost an estimated $200 to replace.
.* Between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. June 27, a Samsung Galaxy phone worth $150.77 was stolen from a woman's buggy while she was shopping at Walmart.
* A counterfeit $100 bill was found in the night deposit from the Shell station on South Ellington Parkway when it was counted at First Commerce Bank on June 26.
* Between 6 p.m. June 23 and 7 a.m. June 24, $70 worth of gas was siphoned out of a car and a truck parked at their owner's home on West Commerce Street.
* A white mailbox worth $80 was knocked down and damaged at a home on Poarch Hollow Road, Cornersville.
* Between 8:30 a.m. and noon on June 24, a woman's camo wallet with a silver buckle was taken from a car parked at the courthouse. The value of the wallet was estimated at $25, but it also contained a Bank of America check card.
* A Chapel Hill man reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department he had received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service, addressed to him and a woman he did not know. Whoever wrote the letter had the man's Social Security number. The IRS was contacted and put a hold on the man's tax return while they investigate.
* A Chapel Hill woman reported to the Marshall County Sheriff's Department she received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service stating the IRS received more than one 2012 tax return filed using her name and Social Security number.
Arrested on a warrant for theft over $500
* William G. Haley, 20, Spring Place Road. Bond: $3,000; court date: July 22. Haley allegedly stole eight roosters, worth $100 each, from a property on Delina Road on April 30. The roosters were recovered from Haley's property, according to the report by Marshall County Sheriff's Major Jimmy Oliver.
Arrested and charged with two counts of reckless endangerment
* Jesse J. Hill, 27. Bond: $6,000; court date: July 14. Hill allegedly fired a handgun at the floor of an apartment on South Ellington Parkway; the bullet went through the ceiling of the apartment below, hitting the floor and fragmenting in that apartment.
Arrested and charged with underage consumption
* Katherine A. Skinner, 20. Bond: $1,500; court date: July 14. Also charged with criminal impersonation. When first questioned by Lewisburg Police Officer Lonny Cook, Skinner allegedly claimed to be a 24-year-old named Kara Sullivan.
Arrested and charged with disorderly conduct
* Jamarius R. Kinzer, 18. Bond: $500; court date: Aug. 11.
Arrested and charged with driving without a license
* Nancy Gentry, 44. Bond: $1,000; court date: July 21. Also cited for no insurance and driving an unregistered vehicle. "She stated she has never had a driver license," reported Lewisburg Police Officer Amanda Binkley.
* Evodio C. Santos, 33. Bond: $500; court date: July 21. Also cited for no insurance, and lane violation.
* Patricia P. Orozco, 39, 2nd Avenue North. Bond: $500; court date: July 21. Also cited for failure to yield.
Cited for excessive speed and reckless driving
* Jacob T. Curran, 19. Court date: July 21. Lewisburg Police Officer Clint Newbill clocked Curran doing 59 mph in a 30 mph zone on East Commerce Street, according to his report.
Cited for driving on a suspended license
* Robert T. Howes, 20. Court date: July 21. Also cited for speeding and possession of drug paraphernalia.
* Joshua L. Wright, 24. Court date: July 21. Also cited for no proof of insurance and broken equipment (left tail light).
* Tracey L. Adams, 38. Court date: July 14.
* Rufus S. Beard, 24. Court date: Aug. 4.
Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant
* Jessie D. Marshall, 20, Maple Street. Marshall had failure-to-appear warrants from both Lewisburg City Court and Marshall County General Sessions Court.
* Randall K. Hightower, 53, Nashville. Bond: $2,500; court date: June 30. Hightower's warrant was from Juvenile Court.
Turned herself in on a probation-violation warrant
* Candace N. Turpin, 24, College Street. Bond: $500; court date: July 8.
Served with a criminal summons for probation violation
* Rhonda L. Gravil, 45, Chapel Hill. Court date: July 22.
Served with a criminal summons for passing a worthless check
* Michael G. Dean, 34, Petersburg. Court date: July 22.
Served with a criminal summons for harassment
* Jeff Spivy, 49, Belfast. Court date not stated.
Cited for shoplifting from Walmart
* Jennifer D. Tomlin, 50. Court date: July 14.
* Sheila D. Clark, 33. Court date: Aug. 11.
* Stacy L. Lynch, 39. Court date: July 14.
* Kaci C. McLean, 24. Court date: July 21. McLean is now banned from all Walmarts until further notice, reported Lewisburg Police Officer Bradley Martin.