Arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated assault
* Nancy J. Gentry, 44. Bond: $15,000; court date: Sept. 8.
Arrested and charged with forgery
* Eugena R. Grimes, 25. Bond: $3,000; court date: Sept. 15.
Thefts and vandalism reported
* On Aug. 13, while the owner was at work, someone broke into a home on Rebecca Drive, Chapel Hill, through the back door, and took items worth $2,160. The door will cost $150 to replace. Rangers from Henry Horton State Park found the victim's Sentry fire safe floating in the Duck River. Other missing items include a gun cabinet, a .22 bolt-action rifle, a 12 gauge Remington pump shotgun, $500 cash, a Kreg jig, a DeWalt 18V drill set, a Ryobi saw, and a jig saw.
* Between 4 p.m. Aug. 14 and 5:45 a.m. Aug. 15, someone broke into a company truck parked at a property on East Commerce Street and stole five chainsaws, worth a total of $2,210. One of them was a $600 pole saw which was in the back of the truck, but the others were in a locked side compartment. The victim gave police the names of three possible suspects.
* Sometime between Aug. 8 and 15, the back door of a home on Dowdy Road was kicked in, causing the door and door frame to break. Nothing appeared to be missing from the house, but the owner estimated the door and frame would cost $1,000 to replace.
* A Lewisburg woman told police her husband took her wallet without her permission, and used her CB&S Bank debit card at Walmart for a $564.82 purchase.
* Between 4 p.m. Aug. 15 and 7:45 a.m. Aug. 16, a window was broken at Bethlehem Baptist Church, located on Franklin Pike, Lewisburg. Nothing appeared to have been taken from inside the church, but the window will cost $400 to replace.
* Between Aug. 5 and 6, someone scratched a threatening word into the passenger side rear door of a Lewisburg woman's Jeep. The door will cost an estimated $200 to repair.
* Between 7 and 7:15 p.m. Aug. 12, someone took an Apple iPod 4th Generation worth $200 while the owner was at the Babe Ruth Park in Lewisburg. The iPod is white, with a black and neon green protective case.
* On Aug. 13, a Lewisburg man was tricked into paying a man he did not know $149, using a Green Dot money card, and was also tricked into giving the man all his bank account information.
* Between Aug. 13 and 14, $47 cash was taken from an unlocked car parked at the owner's home at Saddlewood Apartments.
* A Lewisburg woman reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department someone used her identification to buy four iPhones at the AT&T store in Huntsville, Ala.
* On Aug. 8, someone cut the mats behind the basketball hoops in Cornersville High School's old gym. No cost of replacing the mats was given in Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Mauro Edwards' report.
* Between 8 p.m. Aug. 13 and 6 a.m. Aug. 14, someone shattered the front window of the Family Dollar Store on 2nd Avenue North by throwing a large rock through it. There was nothing missing from the building and no one appeared to have come inside.
* About 8 p.m. Aug. 14, a man took a Go Phone from the Family Dollar Store, and escaped through the back of the store, leaving a trail of blood drops because he cut his hand while getting the phone out of its plastic packaging. Police have a description of the subject.
* On Aug. 15, a resident of Franklin Avenue reported someone cut the lock off the door of an outbuilding behind his home and took a string trimmer, a cordless drill, and a Skil saw. Value of the items was not stated.
* Between Aug. 10 and 14, while the owner was away, someone removed and damaged three window screens at a home on 2nd Avenue North.
Cited for vandalism under $500
* Jonathan E. Sharp, 28. Court date: Sept. 8. During an argument with his ex-wife, Sharp allegedly punched a hole in the door of a home which belongs to the Lewisburg Housing Authority.
Arrested and charged with driving under the influence
* Gerry D. Smithson, 57, Hallmark Drive. Bond: $4,000; court date: Sept. 16. Also charged with driving on a revoked license and driving after being declared a Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender, and cited for registration violation and failure to maintain lane.
* Cherlynn J. Ellis, 61. Bond: $500; court date Sept. 22.
Arrested on a warrant for violation of the sex-offender registry
* Clifton J. Stansberry, 24, Globe Road. Bond; $3,000; court date: Aug. 26.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault
* Fabien C. Villarreal, 32, Bond: $2,000; court date: Sept. 15.
* Chad D. Dalton, 36. Bond: $1,000; court date: Sept. 8. Dalton was arrested on Aug. 15, but returned to his victim's home the next day, in violation of his bond conditions. He was arrested again, and is now held without bond.
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license
* Sergio C. Molina, 31. Bond: $4,000; court date: Sept. 8. Also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and simple possession of marijuana, and cited for failure to heed a traffic control device (ran a red light) and no proof of insurance.
* Eddie W. Blackwell, 52. Bond: $1,500; court date: Sept. 8. Also charged with simple possession of marijuana, and cited for misuse of registration and no proof of insurance.
* Jennifer L. Bardes, 28. Bond: $1,500; court date: Sept. 8. Also cited for child restraint, misuse of registration, and no proof of insurance.
* Justin L. King, 25. Bond: $1,000; court date: Sept. 8. This is allegedly the second time King has been charged with driving on a suspended license.
Turned himself in on two warrants
* Terry Baxter Jr., 34, Mount Road. Bond and court date not stated. Charges: violation of probation and resale of a Schedule III drug.
Cited for driving on a suspended license
* Zachary D. Salyer, 21. Court date: Sept. 8. Also cited for lights required on vehicle.
* Carlos M. Cubillo, 35. Court date: Sept. 15. Also cited for no proof of insurance.
Cited for driving on a revoked license
* Jonathan A. Cheek, 24. Court date: Sept. 15.
Cited for no driver's license
* Cecilia V. Mendez, 21. Court date: Sept. 8. Also cited for lights required on a vehicle and two counts of child restraint device.