Crime Reports

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Arrested and charged with aggravated domestic assault

* James E. Davidson, 26. Bond: $7,500; court date: Feb. 9.

* Robert M. Boyd, 27. Bond: $7,500; court date: Feb. 2.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* Juan D. B. Leyva, 23. Bond: $1,000; court date: Jan. 5.

* Kenneth King, 65. Bond not stated; court date: Jan. 12.

* Gary L. O'Neal, 36. Bond not stated; court date: Jan. 26.

Arrested and charged with public intoxication

* David M. Carter, 47. Bond: $2,000; court date: Jan. 12. Also charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

* Steven A. Cox, 46. Bond: $1,000; court date: Jan. 5.

* Robert C. Brown, 34. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 2.

Arrested and charged with driving under the influence

* Mindy M. Bowden, 42. Bond: $2,000; court date: March 9. Also charged with child endangerment because a four-year-old was in the car when Bowden crashed on Nashville Highway.

* Tabitha M. Slayton, 26. Bond: $1,500; court date: Jan. 5. Also charged with violation of the implied consent law and driving on a suspended license.

Thefts and vandalism reported

* A man who lives on Verona Caney Road reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department he has paid over $38,000 in advance to have a building constructed and a fence put up, but nothing has been done, and no materials have been delivered.

* On Dec. 18, a home on Finley Beech Road was broken into and property worth about $11,000 was removed. This missing items include jewelry, Christmas gifts, and a Toshiba laptop.

* On Dec. 7, both Redi-Wash carwash locations (East and West Commerce streets) were vandalized. Cost of repairing the control boxes and coin-operated machines was estimated at $7,950.

* In November, eight checks for employees of New Age Remodling, totaling $3,888.09, were cashed at USA Mini-Mart on Mooresville Highway. They were deposited at First Commerce Bank on Nov. 24, and on Dec. 12, the owner/operator of the store reported to police all checks were returned for insufficient funds.

* Between Dec. 17 and 18, a Lawrimore utility trailer with handmade hangars, worth $3,189, was stolen from a property on Cornersville Road.

* Roofing shingles worth $3,000 were reported stolen from the yard of a rental house on Limestone Avenue.

* On Dec. 18, a bullet passed through a home on Ostella Road, entering through the front window, passing through a wall, and exiting through a back window. The two windows and the wall will cost an estimated $1,200 to repair.

* A 1993 GMC Jimmy, worth $1,000, was taken from the parking lot at Walker Die Casting on Dec. 15, while the owner was at work there on the night shift. It was found the next day in a gravel lot near the intersection of Old Belfast Road, Reliance Street, and Rogers Road. The vehicle was towed to the police impound lot so Detectives James Johnson and Tony Nichols could examine it for possible connections to a burglary at a home on Lee Lane.

* On Dec. 18, a hunter left his rifle propped against a fencepost at a property on Ferguson Road while he tracked a deer he had shot. When he got back to where he left it, the rifle was gone. It was a .243 Savage with a black synthetic stock and a Bushnell scope, worth $525.

* A man who lives in a house on Washington Drive reported $200 disappeared from his wallet while he was sleeping the night of Dec. 10-11. The wallet was "inside his pillow," reported Lewisburg Police Officer Ben Fender.

* A counterfeit $10 bill was found in the deposit from O'Reilly Auto Parts when it was counted at First Commerce Bank on Dec. 9.

* Two window screens and a window latch were damaged at a home on Tyree Road, but nothing appeared to be missing from inside the house.

* In the early hours of Dec. 15, donuts were cut in the yard of a home on Richardson Road, allegedly by the brother of the owner's girlfriend.

Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license

* Marcial A. Tovar, 27. Bond: $2,000; court date: Feb. 9. Also cited for lights required on a vehicle. This is allegedly Tovar's second arrest for driving on a suspended license.

* Chris Porter (no age given). Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 2. This is allegedly Porter's second arrest for driving on a suspended license.

* Megan C. Childers, 26. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 2.

* Ronald E. Bowman, 45. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 2. Also cited for failure to dim headlights.

* Daniel D. Knight, 31, River Road. Bond: $1,000; court date: Jan.13. Knight also had an active warrant for violation of probation, reported Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Paul Dalton Jr.

Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license

* Narcizo Lopez, 65. Bond: $2,500; court date: Dec. 15. Also charged with presenting a facsimile driver's license. Lopez had an outstanding warrant from 2010 for contempt of court and on this he was held for court on Dec. 15.

Arrested and charged with driving without a license

* Maribel Gutierrez, 27. Bond: $1,000; court date: Jan. 5. Also cited for equipment violation (tag light not working).

Cited for driving on a suspended license

* Nathan W. Bowman, 23. Court date: Jan. 5.

Arrested on a probation-violation warrant

* Christian D. Archer, 21. Bond: $500; court date: Jan. 12.

Arrested and charged with criminal trespass

* Corey L. Terry, 25. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 9.

Arrested and charged with violation of bond conditions

* Donald K. Mayes, 49. Held without bond for court on Dec. 15.

Arrested and charged with simple possession of marijuana

* Curtis A. White, 30. Bond: $1,000; court date: Jan. 6.

Arrested on two failure-to-appear warrants

* Brandon M. Balentine, 25, Decatur, Ala. Bond: $3,500; court date: Jan. 27.

Arrested on a warrant for failure to provide child support

* Michael J. James, 30, Columbia. Bond: $2,500; court date: Jan. 13.

Cited for shoplifting from Walmart

* Jacob E. Branch, 18. Court date: Dec. 29. Also cited for possession of a Legend drug (gabapentin). "Jacob was banned from all Walmarts by the staff," reported Lewisburg Police Officer Bradley Martin.