Thefts and vandalism reported
* Between 2:20 and 11:30 p.m. March 1 a black 2000 Chevy pickup truck worth $5,000 was stolen from the parking lot at Walker Die Casting while the owner was at work there. The keys were left in the ignition. The truck has "loud pipes," a paw-print sticker on the back window and a Browning sticker on the windshield.
* A Belfast man reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department someone tried to withdraw $1,600 from his account at Heritage South Community Credit Union on Feb. 19 and on Feb. 24 someone phoned the credit union from a Texas number and tried to change the victim's account number and password. This was also unsuccessful, reported Deputy Travis Childers, and the account has been secured.
* Between Feb. 12 and 13 someone broke into a storage building on South Ellington Parkway and took items worth a total of $1,042 including an Xbox 360 with games and controllers, two microphones, an MBOX audio interface machine and a Dean Edge bass guitar and amplifier set.
* The owner of West Side Liquor Store reported a man did $500 worth of damage to the building by knocking a hole in the wall of a restroom, possibly with his head. The man was identified from mug shot pictures.
* A Lewisburg man reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department someone used his information to access his Verizon account, change his plan and add new phones to the account without his knowledge or permission, at an additional cost of $360.
* A Lewisburg woman reported to police her H&R Block credit card number was used for Internet purchases of international calling cards on multiple web sites for a total of $272.67. The victim told Officer Charles Brannan she did not give out her card number to anyone.
* A Lewisburg man reported his Nexbook 8 tablet computer worth $100 was missing from the nightstand in his room in a house he shares with several other people. Questioned by Officer Mike Davis, other residents and guests in the house denied knowing where the tablet was.
* Between Feb. 28 and March 1, a Garmin GPS unit worth $100 disappeared from a Lewisburg man's Ford truck.
* A warrant for shoplifting has been written for a Lewisburg man who took a $34.95 flashlight at Griffin Cook & Sons while the clerk was getting the light bulb he asked for on Feb. 27.
* On March 1, a guest at the Richland Inn reported that his Fossil watch disappeared from his room while he was out. A monetary value for the watch was not given in Lewisburg Police Officer Ben Fender's report.
* A home on Washington Drive was entered by prying open the back door sometime during the last 10 days of February, and a number of things including jewelry, glass jars and a police scanner radio were taken. A monetary value for the missing items was not given in Lewisburg Police Officer Ben Fender's report.
* Between 6 p.m. Feb. 24 and 8:15 a.m. Feb. 25 a 16-foot trailer loaded with two pallets of tile and 50 sheets of concrete backing board disappeared from where it was parked at the owner's apartment on South Ellington Parkway. The trailer and contents were later found at LifeSong Family Church, and the only thing missing was a Stanley LED light from the toolbox.
* A Lewisburg woman reported to Marshall County Sheriff's Department she went to file her tax return and discovered someone had already filed a return using her Social Security number.
* A Rheem 4-ton heating and cooling unit worth an undisclosed amount was stolen from a home on Pardee Road. Marshall County Sheriff's Department Deputy Jerel Neill observed where the electric wires and ductwork were cut.
Arrested and charged with driving under the influence
* Flor M. Ramos, 31, Mooresville Highway. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 21. Also cited for failure to maintain lane. This is Ramos' second DUI arrest, reported Marshall County Sheriff's Deputy Bryan McCrory.
Arrested and charged with driving on a revoked license
* John M. Mayes, 54. Bond not stated; court date: March 9. According to Lewisburg Police Officer Wes Simmons' report, Mayes has a DUI and four driving-on-revoked charges on his record, and was declared a habitual motor vehicle offender in 2004. The Nissan Pathfinder Mayes was driving on Feb. 28 when Simmons stopped him for having a headlight out was impounded and will be seized. Mayes was also charged with an open-container violation because there was an open beer can in the car.
Arrested and charged with aggravated domestic assault
* Ebony A. Pettigrew, 21. Bond: $10,000; court date: April 13. Also charged with vandalism and interference with an emergency call.
Arrested and charged with domestic assault
* Kenneth B. Phillips, 25, Nashville Highway. Bond not stated; court date: March 31.
* Michael D. Phillips, 27, Nashville Highway. Bond not stated; court date: March 31.
Arrested on a warrant for domestic assault
* Charles J. Fullerton, 43, Caughran Road. Bond and court date not stated.
Arrested and charged with criminal trespass
* Corey L. Terry, 25. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 13. Terry is indefinitely banned from Summit Apartments property, reported Lewisburg Police Officer Anthony Garrett.
Arrested and charged with simple possession
* Ivan D. Caudill, 24. Bond: $2,500; court date: April 13. Also charged with resisting arrest and cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license
* Shirley R. Poarch, 28. Bond: $500; court date: April 13.
* Jackson C. Nay, 33. Bond: $1,000; court date: April 13.
Arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant
* Joseph E. Ghea, 2-4-84, Tullahoma. Bond: $500; court date: March 18.
Turned himself in on a failure-to-appear warrant
* Hector Cantu, 39, Lyford, Texas. Bond: $500; court date: March 24.
Served with a criminal summons for passing a worthless check at Lewisburg Animal Hospital
* Betty J. Miller, 68, Wade Brown Road. Court date: March 17.
Arrested on an attachment from Juvenile Court
* Eric E. Maratty Jr., 24, Columbia. Cash bond: $500; court date: March 10.