Police blotter

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

* On March 28, at around 5:30 a.m., a Lewisburg police officer stopped a vehicle traveling at 55 mph in a 30 mph zone on West Commerce Street. The driver of the vehicle, Austin R. Jones, 19, told the officer he had just left work and wanted to get home. The officer cited Jones for reckless driving, speeding and failure to carry proof of insurance.

* On March 25, at around 8 a.m., a Lewisburg police officer saw Lawrence edward Mangrum, 46, driving a 1996 Chevy Lumina in a grocery store parking lot. The officer reported that he knew Mangrum's license was recently revoked on a DUI conviction. The officer cited Mangrum for driving with a revoked license.

* On April 6, a Marshall County Sheriff's deputy brought Ronshunda Latasha Parker, 26, to Marshall County from the Giles County Jail. Parker was arrested for failure to appear in court on a charge of driving with a suspended license.

* On April 2, a Marshall County Sheriff's deputy was called to a residence on Fayettville Highway on a report of a burglary. The resident, a 21-year-old female, told the deputy she had left her home at around 5 p.m. and returned at around 8 p.m. When she returned to her home she noticed that patio chairs had been moved and the kitchen window was open and one of its locks broken. Although there were signs that someone had been in the house, a chair overturned and clothing thrown on the floor, the resident said there was no significant damage.

* On March 29, at around 9:48 p.m. a Marshall County Sheriff's deputy saw a vehicle traveling at 43 mph in a 30 mph zone on West Commerce Street. The deputy learned that the driver's license was suspended. Tray Lee Smith, 22, was cited for speeding and driving with a suspended license.

* On April 2, a Marshall County Sheriff's deputy was dispatched to a residence on John Lunn Road on a report of an unwanted person who was beating on a door to the home with a chair and had broken a window and gained entry. When the deputy arrived at the residence he met in the yard with the 52-year-old male resident. While the deputy and the man were speaking, 55-year-old, Wilma Sue Victory, emerged from the house and told the deputy that the man had ruined her life and said she no longer had a home. Victory told the deputy to take her to jail. The male told the deputy that Victory was his ex-girlfriend and he had asked her to leave several times. According to the deputy's report, Victory admitted to damaging the door at the home and she was arrested on charges of vandalism and aggravated criminal trespass. As deputies started to lead Victory away, she refused to walk and lay down on the ground and after being lifted up she kicked and punched a female deputy. Victory was also charged with resisting arrest, two counts of assault on a law enforcement officer and disorderly conduct. Her bond was set at $5,000.

* A resident of Sawgrass Lane in Chapel Hill reported to a Marshall County Sheriff's deputy that he had been away from his home and when he returned on April 4, his housekeeper told him someone had entered the home and gathered all his computers together and piled them up. The complainent also discovered that about $600 cash was missing. There were no signs of forced entry. A neighbor reported seeing a black SUV at the residence for about 45 minutes the day before.

* A 58-year-old female resident of Anes Station Road in Lewisburg reported to a Marshall County Sheriff's deputy that 28 pills were missing from one of her prescriptions.

* On April 4, Marshall County Sheriff's deputy pulled over a vehicle driven by David Cornelious Thompson, 51, on 1st Avenue North. The deputy reported the vehicle was traveling at him in the wrong lane and when the deputy turned around the vehicle was in the front yard of a home at 1st Avenue and Farmington Road. The vehicle then almost hit a traffic sign and finally came to a stop in oncoming traffic at the intersection of 1st Avenue and Verona Road. After the deputy activated his emergency lights, Thompson drove on further on Verona Road and turned onto College Street and stopped. According to the deputy's report, Thompson said he had ingested some alcohol and muscle relaxers. According to the deputy, Thompson "could not form a sentence" ... and "had a very hard time standing." Thompson was arrested, charged with DUI and violation of implied consent as he refused to give blood for a sobriety check. Thompson's bond was set at $3,000.

* On April 4, a 32-year-old female was bitten by a dog belonging to her next door neighbor. The dog attacked the woman as she walked in her driveway. The responding deputy learned that the dog's shots were not up-to-date. Animal control was called and the dog will be held for observation for 10 days. The owner of the dog was issued a warning for allowing the dog to run at large.

* On April 7, at around 4:16 p.m. a Lewisburg police officer responded to a domestic dispute call in the 1400 block of Old Farmington Road. The officer met first with a 22-year-old female who said after her 26-year-old husband called her a foul name she went to their new pickup, a red 2003 Chevrolet, and scratched the passenger side with a key and then when she started to key "childish" on the truck's tailgate, her husband grabbed her and place her on the ground. There was no indication of an arrest in the police report and the male told the officer he did not want anything done about the damage to the truck.