Thefts and vandalism reported
* On Oct. 24 and 28, burglars entered a home near Lewisburg and took an S&W .22 caliber pistol, two shotguns -- a Mossberg 935 camo and a Stoeger 12-gauge wetland camo -- and a Remington 30-06 single shot rifle, worth a total of $2,700. Also taken were a Stihl chainsaw, jewelry, watches, a gold coin, $400 cash, a jewelry box, binoculars, and a white iPhone 4S, worth at total of $44,600, and $400 cash. A wooden dresser and the garage door and opener were damaged and will cost an estimated $750 to replace or repair.
* A dark blue 2003 Chevy Tahoe worth $5,000 was taken from in front of the owner's home on Oct. 21. The victim told police she knew the thieves slightly and had talked to them on the phone about the location of the vehicle.
* On Oct. 27, the owners of Huddle House reported their manager did not make deposits to the bank as she should have between Oct. 9 and 23. The total amount of money missing was estimated at $4,987.60.
* On Oct. 25, someone broke into an apartment on South Ellington Parkway and took a 70-inch Vizio LCD Smart TV and Bar speaker, worth a total of $2,080. The victim said she told one person she would be away for the weekend.
* A Lewisburg man reported to police he sent $1,700 in Money Pak Money Cards to a woman in Fort Belvoir, Va. to buy a truck, but he never received the truck. They only had contact by email, the victim told police, but he provided the woman's name, address, and phone numbers.
* About 3 p.m. Oct. 24, $1,007 was taken from the cash register at Hometown Grocery. At least three men worked together to distract the cashiers and get the money, and were observed leaving in a red 2012 Dodge Charger.
* Between 8:30 and 10 p.m. Oct. 29, a gold necklace worth $800 and $50 or $60 cash were taken from a home south of Cornersville, allegedly by two people who came to the front door asking for gas because their car had run out. The victim left the pair on the porch, outside the unlocked door, while she went to get a can of gas. The missing items were visible within a few feet of the door.
* On Oct. 21, 11 Marshall County High School football players had a total of $411 stolen from their clothes in the locker room while they were at practice. Authorities have the names of the boys who allegedly committed the theft.
* A Lewisburg man reported to police he loaded $215 onto a Green Dot Card, but when he tried to activate it through a website, the money ended up being transferred to someone else's credit card.
* Between 9 p.m. Oct. 25 and 3:15 p.m. Oct. 27, someone entered a 1997 Chevy pickup and took a pair of leather chaps and some clothing, worth a total of $200.
* Around 4 or 4:30 p.m. Oct. 29, a Chihuahua worth $150 was shot while it was in the backyard of the owner's home on Rambo Hollow Road. The dog was found with a single small-caliber gunshot wound in its side.
* A woman accidentally left her purse in the dressing room at Cato's after trying on clothes, and when she went back to look for it, the purse was gone. It contained a Tennessee driver's license and $145 worth of gift cards.
* A 12-foot galvanized livestock gate worth $120 is missing from a property on Old Lake Road. The person who was bush-hogging on Oct. 20 said the gate was gone when he was there.
* Between 5 a.m. and noon Nov. 1, someone broke into a home on L&N Avenue through the bedroom window, but nothing appeared to be missing. The window will cost an estimated $50 to repair.
* Between 2 and 4:30 p.m. Oct. 27, someone forced their way into a home on Ridge Court, Chapel Hill, causing $25 worth of damage to the door frame, latch and chain. The furniture in the living room was moved around, but nothing appeared to be missing. Marshall County Sheriff's Department detectives were given the name of a suspect.
* Between 1 and 3 p.m. Oct. 31, a school administrator's bag disappeared from her office at Oak Grove Elementary School. The bag contained school and personal information, but the victim did not put a monetary value on it.
Arrested and charged with driving under the influence
* Deborah W. Beer, 48. Bond: $500; court date: Jan. 26. Also cited for not maintaining lane.
* Jeronimo Duenas-Lopez, 39, Nashville. Bond: $2,000; court date: Dec. 8. Also charged with driving without a license and cited for failure to maintain lane.
* Brian M. Anderson, 35. Bond: $1,000; court date: Dec. 1. Also charged with violation of the implied consent law and cited for failure to obey the one-way-traffic law and failure to obey traffic control signals.
* Antonio L. Lopez, 22. Bond and court date not stated. Also charged with violation of the implied consent law and driving without a license.
* Michael L. Lester, 37. Bond: $1,500; court date: Dec. 8. Also charged with violation of the implied consent law and reckless driving (Lester was allegedly clocked at 75 mph in a 45 mph zone on Fayetteville Highway).
Arrested on a warrant for aggravated domestic assault
* Apolinar F. Perez, 29. Bond: $7,500; court date: Dec. 1. Also cited for driving without a license.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault
* Nancy J. Gentry, 44. Bond: $6,000; court date: Dec. 8. Also charged with vandalism and resisting arrest.
* Christopher W. Ward, 48. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 3.
* Kathy D. Spain, 54. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 17.
Arrested and charged with public intoxication
* Zachary S. Easterwood, 31. Bond and court date not stated.
* Crystal M. Martinez, 26. Bond; $1,000; court date: Nov. 17.
Cited for simple possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia
* Richard J. Johnston, 19. Court date: Dec. 8.
* Mark E. Seay, 19. Court date: Dec. 8. Also cited for tag light not working.
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license
* Angela R. Barrie, 43. Bond: $1,000; court date: Nov. 17. Also cited for speeding and no proof of insurance.
* Ruth A. Fautt, 33. Bond: $1,000; court date: Dec. 8. Also cited for expired registration and equipment violation. This is allegedly Fautt's second arrest for driving on a suspended license.
* Joseph E. Ghea, 30. Bond: $2,000; court date: Dec. 1. This arrest occurred less than three hours after Ghea bonded out of jail for the same offense, according to the report by Lewisburg Police Officer Mike Davis. On the first offense the bond was $500; the court date is the same.
Cited for driving on a suspended license
* Storm T. Jett, 18. Court date: Dec. 8. Also cited for no proof of insurance and failure to stop at a stop sign.
Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license
* Jonathan W. Lynch, 30. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 8. Also cited for no proof of insurance, speeding, and violation of the open container law. The truck Lynch was driving was seized and towed to the city impound lot.
Cited for driving on a revoked license
* Andrea l. Davis, 35. Court date: Dec. 8.
Cited for driving without a license
* Jessica L. Jacobson, 37. Court date: Dec. 8. Also cited for inoperable tag light display.
Served with a criminal summons for assault
* Matt Hutto, 27, Patrick Drive. Court date: Nov. 25.
Served with criminal summons for assault and reckless endangerment
* Nathan Black, 29, Jesse lane. Court date: Nov. 25.
Arrested on a probation-violation warrant
* Ryan A. Powers, 19, Edmondson Avenue. Bond not stated; court date: Nov. 18.
Served with a criminal summons for probation violation
* Robert A. Ryan, 64. Court date: Jan. 12.
* Aurianna A. Pendergrass, 19. Court date: Dec. 8.
Turned herself in on a probation-violation warrant
* Danielle M. Jones, 22. Bond: $500; court date: Nov. 17.
Arrested on a state warrant for parole violation
* Monica J. Thomas, 34, West Commerce Street. Bond and court date not stated.
Turned herself in on a failure-to-appear warrant
* Felica N. McCone, 19, Chapel Hill. Released on her own recognizance; court date: Nov. 18.
Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant
* Tiffany H. Atwood, 22, Chapel Hill. Bond: $500; court date: Nov. 25.
* Melissa A. Smith, 26, Fayetteville Highway. Bond: $500; court date: Dec. 9.