Crime Reports

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

The following burglaries have been linked to Edward F. Webster IV, 21, of Lewisburg, who is now in custody

* Between 5 p.m. Jan. 27 and 3:45 a.m. Jan. 28, a hole was cut in the metal bay door at the back of Southern Carton, Higgs Road, and a hole was also cut through an interior wall to get into the break room, where $30 was taken from two vending machines, damaging them severely. Cost of repairing the holes in the door and wall and replacing the vending machines was estimated at $5,500.

* Between 5 p.m. Jan. 27 and 4:30 a.m. Jan. 28, Ace Bayou on Higgs Road was entered through a side door. Three vending machines were pried open, and $20 of coins and bills were taken. The damaged vending machines will cost an estimated $3,500 to replace.

* On Jan. 23, BDS Machine, Childress Road, was broken into through an office window and $1,940 cash, a black CVA Optima muzzleloader with Nikon scope, a black folding-blade Buck knife and a Garmin GPS unit were taken. The same day, someone broke into Industrial Steel Supply, also on Childress Road, and took $416 cash.

* An additional report by Marshall County Sheriff's Detective Tony Nichols links Webster to the theft of a Husqvarna chainsaw and a paramedic's "jump bag" from Five Points Volunteer Fire Department in November.

Other thefts and vandalism reported

* A black 1991 Chevy Silverado 1500 truck, worth $7,500, disappeared from Eady's Auto Sales, Nashville Highway, between Jan. 26 and 27. The truck was locked and no broken glass or signs of forced entry were found.

* On Jan. 30, the office door at Cherry Meat Company on Ezell Road, Chapel Hill, was kicked in and a .22 caliber long rifle, a .22 caliber short rifle, two 12-gauge Beretta shotguns, a captive-bolt gun, and a set of black leather saddlebags were taken. Total value of the missing items was estimated at $6,700.

* Between Jan. 18 and 19, four Holstein cows, worth $800 to $1,200 each, disappeared from a farm south of Cornersville. Employees of the owner searched neighboring farms, but could not find the cows, who are all branded "Van" on the left hip.

* Between Jan. 25 and Feb. 1, 15 panes of the stained glass windows at Bethbirei Church were broken by rocks which were picked up around the church and thrown through the windows. Cost of repairing the windows was estimated at $3,000.

* A Lewisburg woman reported to police someone bought three iPhones and accessories, worth over $2,000, and added three phone lines to her account without her authorization, at a Verizon store in Vacaville, Calif.

* A student's iPhone, worth $629, was stolen during gym class at Lewisburg Middle School. It was recovered, but does not work because the child who took the phone threw it out the bus window rather than be caught with the phone in his possession.

* A man cashed a Frito-Lay payroll check for $497.11 at Parkway Market but the bank returned it because the check was forged. Investigation revealed the address on the check does not exist, Frito-Lay does not have an employee of that name, and the company does not issue payroll checks.

* During the evening of Jan. 31, the driver's side window of a car parked at the owner's home on L&N Avenue was shattered, possibly by a shot from a BB gun. The window will cost an estimated $400 to replace.

* A Lewisburg man reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department right after Christmas he bought a cell phone for $240 from a man at a local gas station. When the buyer tried to put the phone into service he was informed by the provider the phone had been reported stolen. Deputy Doug McBay was given the name of the Lewisburg man from whom the phone was purchased.

* A Lewisburg woman reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department she was unable to e-file her tax return because someone already used her name and Social Security number to file a 2014 return. The victim contacted the IRS Identity Protection Unit and was given an incident number.

Arrested and charged with theft over $10,000, vandalism, and driving on a revoked license

* Randy J. Richards, 60. Bond: $14,000; court date: Feb. 23.

Arrested and charged with theft over $500

* Victor J. Cannon, 36. Bond: $3,000; court date: Feb. 9.

Arrested and charged with aggravated burglary and assault

* Luke G. Ellis, 27. Bond: $8,000; court date: March 23.

Arrested and charged with aggravated domestic assault

* Christopher W. Ward, 48. Bond: $7,500; court date not stated.

Arrested and charged with domestic assault

* James J. Folmar, 23. Bond: $4,000; court date not stated. Also charged with false imprisonment.

* Brandon M. King, 28. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 9.

* Jonathan York, age not given. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 9.

* Christian P. Burgess, 19. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 9.

Arrested on a warrant for domestic assault

* Paul Gatlin, 38, Cornersville. Bond: $1,000; court date: Feb. 3.

Arrested on a warrant for public intoxication

* Matthew L. Pearson, 36. Bond: $1,000; court date: March 2. Also charged with shoplifting.

* Terry L. Scott, 45. Bond and court date not stated.

Cited for driving without a license

* Adame R. Proto, 44. Court date: March 9. Also cited for no insurance, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident.

Cited for driving on a suspended license

* John R. Schmitt, 45. Court date: March 2. Also cited for no insurance and failure to heed traffic control device (ran a red light).

* Jamie M. Cheek, 31. Court date not stated. Also cited for failure to heed traffic control device (ran a red light).

* Leslie M. Jones, 27. Court date: Feb. 23. Also cited for lights required on motor vehicle and no insurance.

* Jessie J. Prater, 23. Court date: March 2. Also cited for failure to heed a traffic control device (ran a stop sign).

* Chad A. Blades, 26. Court date not stated.

Cited into Lewisburg City Court for theft of services

* Orbis J. Nieves Jr., 35. Court date: March 9.

* David P. Lykins, 35. Court date: March 9.

Nieves and Lykins were allegedly two of a party of four who ate at Huddle House on Feb. 1 and left without paying for $35.28 worth of food.

Served with a criminal summons for probation violation

* Corey O. Fuqua, 45, Nashville. Court date: March 10.

* Dustin T. King, 26, Chapel Hill. Court date: Feb. 24.

* Benjamin L. Ingram, 39. Court date: March 2.

Arrested on a probation-violation warrant

* Cindy W. Little, 44, Old Belfast Road. Bond: $500; court date: March 10. Little was also cited for driving on a suspended license, no insurance and leaving the scene of an accident. She came to the attention of law enforcement because she was involved in a minor traffic accident in front of Marshall County Jail.

* Joshua M Reilly, 23, Columbia. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 9.

Served with a probation-violation warrant at Marshall County Jail

* Dustin L. Reed, 19, Chapel Hill. Bond: $500; court date: March 31.

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

* Timothy K. Upchurch, 52. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 9.

* Baron Von Gill, 39. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 9.

Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant

* Joshua N. Sharp, 27, Columbia. Bond: $1,500; court date: Feb. 24.

* Brittany N. Rohlman, 22, Old Belfast Road. Bond: $500; court date: Feb. 24.

Arrested on an outstanding warrant from Medina County, Texas, and charged as a fugitive from justice

* Anthony D. Cowart, 43, Columbia. Cowart also had a probation-violation warrant from the City of Lewisburg and on this the bond is $500; court date: March 2.

Cited for shoplifting from Walmart

* Jeremy R. Prince, 27. Court date: March 9.

Cited for simple possession of marijuana

* Zachary D. Salyer, 21. Court date: March 9. Also cited for speeding and no insurance.

* Scotty D. Harrington, 33. Court date: March 9. Also cited for failure to heed a traffic control device (ran a stop sign).