Robbery suspects arrested after asking for a ride
• Offering someone a ride turned into more than expected on the evening of March 10 in Lewisburg.
Two men reported to Lewisburg Police officers that Nathan Feagin and his girlfriend, Samantha Campbell, had asked them for a ride from the R&D Market on Mooresville Highway to an apartment complex on Joyce Avenue.
Once there, they said that Feagin claimed to have a gun and demanded any money they had. He then got into another car, driven by Campbell, and left the scene.
The victims called police and followed Feagin and Campbell out Mooresville Highway, until they were stopped on I-65 by Maury County Sheriff’s deputies.
According to the report, Feagin had the exact amount and denominations of bills that the men claimed to have turned over to him.
Feagin was charged with two counts of robbery and his bond was set at $15,000.
As of the time that the police report was filed, charges for Campbell were still under consideration.
• Marshall County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Anderson Lane on March 18 after complaints of a man acting strangely. Residents said that James Keith Cox had been “acting crazy” since the morning and was possibly under the influence. According to the report, complainants told the deputies that Cox had been in the woods all day with a rifle, searching for an undercover police officer that he thought was in the woods behind his home. They stated that “he was having a hard time deciphering what was reality and what was imaginary due to his level of intoxication” and were concerned for their safety.
Deputies searched the area and discovered Cox in a truck at a neighboring driveway, where he was detained without incident. According to the deputies, Cox admitted taking several loratabs and percosets. He was charged with Public Intoxication and held on $1,00 bond.
• A disorderly person call to Bivins Road on March 5 led to serious charges for one local man. Deputies encountered Timothy Sipes, who was discovered to be on the Tennessee Sex Offender Registry, listed as living in Weakley County. Sipes had apparently moved to Marshall County in February and had not changed his registration details as required. Three state warrants for violating the terms of the registry were issued and Sipes was held on $30,000 bond.
• On March 12, Officer Jenny Crane responded to a 911 hang up call on Coble Drive. There she discovered two females, one of whom was laying on the couch and was not responsive. The other woman reported that she had come downstairs to find Michael Whaley standing over the prone female who was unconscious. After her head cleared, the woman on the couch said, according to the report, that Whaley had struck her in the face and had thrown her against a wall after she tried to take a kitchen knife away from him. Officer Mike Davis found Whaley, who was charged with aggravated domestic assault and two counts of violation of bond conditions. He was held without bond.
• Ricardo Foster was arrested for filing a false police report on March 12. Foster had approached a sheriff’s deputy the previous day to report that his wallet, keys, and phone had been stolen at a residence on First Avenue North in Lewisburg. The next day, the deputy was serving a warrant at an address on First Avenue and again encountered Foster, who was in possession of the items he had reported stolen the previous evening. He said that he had been partying with the residents of the home but could not explain the situation with his possessions. Bond was set at $6,000.
• Tony Gentry was arrested on March 8 after LPD had responded to a disorderly person call. Gentry’s girlfriend, who was staying with him on Martin Avenue, reported that he had struck her in the face. Gentry was to have no contact with the girlfriend due to bond conditions in Bedford County for a prior domestic assault. He was charged with domestic assault and violation of bond conditions and held without bond.
• Justin King was held without bond after being served at a residence on Old Belfast Road with a warrant for violation of community corrections. He was held without bond.
• Denisesa Stewart was arrested March 8 for driving on a revoked license after being stopped for speeding on Ellington Parkway. Bond was set at $2,000, as reportedly this was Stewart’s fourth such violation.
• Domingo Jimenez Gomez was arrested March 12 for driving on a revoked license. Bond was set at $1,000.
• Tammy Been Crowley was arrested March 8 for violation of bond conditions after being discovered at a residence from which she was banned after a previous domestic incident. She was held without bond.
• On March 9, David Wayne Yarbrough turned himself in on two warrants for sale of a Schedule II drug. Bond was set at $20,000.
• Joshua Ryan King was arrested March 10 for possession and manufacture of a Schedule VI drug. Bond was set at $6,000.
• Shadrick Brashears was arrested on March 10 by agents of the 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force on a warrant of possession with intent to resell a Schedule II drug. Bond was set at $8,000.
• MCSD deputies served warrants on Cory Wayne Hill at the Marshall County Jail on March 17. Warrants were for assault, failure to appear felony, and failure to appear misdemeanor and bond was set at $20,000.
• Corey Terry was served with a probation violation warrant on March 8. Bond was set at $500.
• Cindy Little was served with a probation violation warrant on March 8. Bond was set at $1,000.
• On March 8, Dwayne Mealer was transported from the Maury County Jail to Lewisburg where he was served with a warrant for violation of probation. Bond was set at $1,000.
• James Crowley was served with a probation violation warrant on March 9. Bond was set at $1,000.
• On March 11, Lewisburg Police served Candice Coats with a failure to appear warrant from an October court date in Lewisburg City Court. Bond was set at $3,000.
• LPD responded to a burglary report on Monroe Street on March 6. The back door of the residence had been broken into, the house showed signs of being searched, and stereo equipment was missing.