Thefts and vandalism reported
* Just after 2 a.m. Jan. 23, an alarm went off at Metro Door on Industrial Drive. When police arrived, they found someone entered by making a hole in the metal wall of the building. Once inside, they pried open three vending machines and took the change (about $50). Two offices were ransacked, but nothing was reported missing when Lewisburg Police Officer Mike Davis wrote his report. Cost of replacing the vending machines and repairing the wall was estimated at $8,500.
* A Lewisburg woman reported to police she went to the credit union to get a loan, but when they ran her credit report she found out she owed $1,624 to a collection agency because someone used her information to activate and use three phones in Brooklyn, N.Y.
* A rack and 12 medicine balls and a rack and 12 kettle balls, worth a total of $1,208, were stolen from the gym at Chapel Hill Elementary School. The theft was noticed on Jan. 8, and the last time anyone remembers seeing the racks and balls was the day before Thanksgiving break.
* Between Dec. 1, when the house was put up for sale, and Jan. 22, a Chapel Hill woman's jewelry was stolen from her home. The jewelry is worth at total of $975 and includes rings and bracelets.
* Between Jan. 16 and 20, someone broke into an unoccupied house on Bear Creek Road and took a flatscreen TV worth $550. Cost of repairing the damage to the door and window was estimated at $550.
* On Jan. 24, a white truck was seen "spinning out" in a field at a property on Milltown Road, leaving about 400 feet of ruts. Owner estimates the damage will cost $500 to repair.
* A Huntsville, Ala. man reported to Lewisburg Police Department someone forged a check on his bank account for $492.43 to pay for purchases at the Lewisburg Walmart.
* Between 11 a.m. Jan. 19 and 10:15 a.m. Jan. 20, someone shot a cat worth $150 who lived at a home on Jones Circle. The owner took the cat to the veterinarian, where it was euthanized because it had a bullet lodged in its spine.
* A Petersburg man reported to the Marshall County Sheriff's Department he lost his wallet and someone used his credit and debit cards in Shelbyville, charging a total of $48.89. The wallet also contained $20 cash and the victim's driver's license and insurance cards.
* On Jan. 21, someone in San Diego, Calif. used a Chapel Hill woman's identification to obtain four cell phones at a Verizon store.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault
* Nathonal E. Hall, 20. Bond: $8,500; court date: Feb. 23. Also charged with aggravated assault.
* Kevin L. Davis, 20. Bond: $2,000; court date: March 2. Also charged with underage consumption.
Arrested and charged with public intoxication
* Jesus Montes Tellez, 25. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 23.
Arrested and charged with violation of bond conditions
* William L. Bess, 52. Held without bond for court on Jan. 26.
Arrested and charged with disorderly conduct
* L.C. Foster, 75, Shelbyville. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 3.
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license
* Jennifer L. Brown, 38. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 2.
* Kevin R. Steele, 45. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 2.
* Thomas A. Bailey, 43. Bond: $500; court date: March 2. Also cited for failure to maintain lane.
Cited for possession of drug paraphernalia
* Megan L. Gordon, 19. Court date: March 9. Also cited for no proof of insurance.
Arrested on a probation-violation warrant
* Michael T. Byrd, 41. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 23.
* Jordan T. Crutcher, 23. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 9.
* Jamie D. Shirley, 26. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 9.
* Shannon Davis, 36. Bond: $500; court date: March 2.
Served with a probation-violation warrant at Marshall County Jail
* Kayla N. Pratt, 25, Culleoka. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 24.
* Karen B. Trentham, 39, Columbia. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 24.
Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant
* James L. Mitchell Jr., 28. Held without bond for court on Feb. 23.
Served with a criminal summons for dogs running at large
* Andrew D. Drake, 19, Cornersville. Court date: Jan. 27.