Crime REports

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Crime reports

Thefts and vandalism reported

* On Oct. 10, three properties on Mark Lane were vandalized. At the first, multiple holes were punched in a swimming pool, two vehicles and the side wall of the shop were spray painted, and a beagle went missing. Owner estimated the value of the vandalized items and the stolen dog at $7,500. At the second, three holes were punched in a swimming pool, and two mini barns were spray painted. Owner estimated the value of the vandalized items at $5,500. At the third, a mini barn and a Ford truck were spray painted and two tires were cut on a car. Owner estimated the value of the vandalized items at $1,600.

* Between 1:30 and 5 p.m. Oct. 16, someone raised the garage door of a home in southern Marshall County and forced their way into the house through the back door. A number of distinctive pieces of jewelry, worth a total of at least $7,350, were taken.

* Between Oct. 16 and 17, someone took three rear ends, three transmissions, a cherry-picker, a Bend-Pak rack lift jack, a Honda pressure washer, 10 wheels, 10 tires, and a power steering pump from outside R&R Automotive. Value of the missing items was estimated at $5,550.

* Around Oct. 17, someone entered a home on Verona Caney Road through the back door and took a black jewelry armoire, gold and diamond jewelry, and miscellaneous costume jewelry, worth a total of $1,800.

* Between Oct. 13 and 15, a Lewisburg man reported $20 and a debit card were taken from one of his vehicles, and Leupold 10x42 binoculars, an HP mini laptop and a memory card, worth a total of $760, were taken from another vehicle.

* On Oct. 18, a man in a blue Chevy pickup loaded up a refrigerator and a tire and wheel behind a business on Cornersville Road, and drove away as the owner arrived. Total value of the stolen items was estimated at $550, and the victim gave police the name of the suspect.

* A local woman reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department two gold rings with diamonds, worth $200 each, were missing from her house. She gave Deputy Bryan McCrory the name of a woman who was recently snooping around.

* Between Oct. 10 and 20, someone took a five-ton green air conditioning unit which was only good for scrap and a homemade gas water pump with a Briggs & Stratton engine, worth a total of $200, from a property on Lunns Store Road.

* A resident of Hobo Shaw Road reported a 1,000-foot coil of wire, worth $100, was stolen from her property. She advertised it on Craigslist, but only listed her phone number.

* On Oct. 13, a Lewisburg woman reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department she was denied employment because someone in Goodlettsville had applied for unemployment using her name and Social Security number.

* On Oct. 16, a 60-year-old Lewisburg woman reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department someone had opened up a Social Security account, using her name and SSN.

Arrested and charged with violation of bond conditions

* Mikala M. Ford, 19, Lafayette, Tenn. Held without bond for court on Nov. 17. Ford was arrested and charged with domestic assault on Oct. 13, but on Oct. 16 she was in the car with her alleged victim (a clear violation of her bond conditions) when he crashed into another vehicle on 1st Avenue South.

Arrested on warrants for underage consumption, resisting arrest, assault on an officer, disorderly conduct, and public intoxication

* Dustin L. Reed, 19, Chapel Hill. Bond: $10,000; court date: Nov. 4.

Arrested on attachments from Circuit and Juvenile Courts

* T.J. Barron, 35, Floyd Street. Held without bond for court on Oct. 21.

Arrested on warrants for aggravated burglary, attempted arson, vandalism and theft

* William Randolph, 34, Cornersville. Bond and court date not stated.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* Crystal L. Lopez, 26. Bond: $1,000; court date not stated.

Arrested on a warrant for domestic assault

* Jarrod K. Jones, 28, Shelbyville. Bond: $1,000; court date: Oct. 28.

Arrested and charged with public intoxication

* William J. O'Herron, 48. Bond not stated; court date: Nov. 10.

Arrested and charged with criminal trespass

* Stephanie J. Cozart, 36. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 3.

Arrested and charged with driving after being declared a Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender

* Stephen T. Tidwell, 52. Bond: $5.500; court date: Dec. 1. Also charged with driving on a revoked license, fourth offense.

Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license

* Christopher A. Dunn, 31. Bond: $2,000; court date: Dec. 8. Also cited for speeding. This is allegedly Dunn's third arrest for driving on suspended.

* Cody A. Jett, 20. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 8. Also cited for no seatbelt.

* Terry N. Ewing, 37. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 15. Also cited for expired registration.

Cited for driving on a suspended license

* James R. Beckum, 46. Court date: Nov. 17. Also cited for violation of the bumper law.

Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license

* Demarcus L. Blackman, 31, Antioch, Tenn. Bond: $1,500; court date: Nov. 3. Also cited for traffic control signal (ran a red light). At the jail, Blackman was served with a warrant for probation violation and on this the bond is $1,000; court date: Oct. 28.

* Leonard B. Casteel, 40. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 8.

Arrested on a probation-violation warrant

* Rebecca J. Batson, 41, Old Lake Road. Bond: $500; court date: Oct. 28.

* Michael B. Mahar, 33. Bond: $2,500; court date: Dec. 8. Also charged with evading arrest because he tried to flee from officers by jumping out the window of a home on 5th Avenue North.

* Phillip L. Harber, 46. Bond: $500; court date: Nov. 17.

Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant

* Amanda M. Mahar, 33. Bond: $3,000; court date: Nov. 17. Also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Cited for shoplifting from Walmart

* Valerie ONeal, 52. Court date: Nov. 17.

Cited for shoplifting from Family Dollar

* Tabitha L. Brown, 36. Court date: Dec. 8.

Cited for simple possession

* Keith A. Jones, 27. Court date: Dec. 8.