Normandy woman arrested for local embezzlement
Another woman has recently been charged with stealing from her employer.
Kelly Foy turned herself in to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office on Sept. 14 after warrants had been issued for her arrest for forgery and theft over $60,000.
On Sept. 7, Todd Warner, owner of PCS of Tennessee, contacted the MCSO about Foy, who had worked, then known as Kelly Young, for his company from November, 2014, until August 1, 2017.
He alleged that, during her time at the company, she had written checks to herself and altered the accounts to hide the theft. She had also paid personal bills from company accounts and used company debit cards for personal gain.
Warrants were issued after investigation by the Sheriff’s office. Bond was set at $200,000.
• Deputies stopped Micah Shane Cole for running a stop sign on Gills Chapel Road.
Checking the registration of the Acura Cole was driving, deputies discovered that the vehicle was reported stolen out of Huntsville.
Cole produced a hand-written bill of sale, but it did not list him as the buyer.
He told officers that he had traded his vehicle with another man for the Acura, but did not have documentation to prove that claim.
He was charged with theft of property over $1,000 and held on $5,000 bond.
• On Sept. 19, Lewisburg Police responded to a disturbance at a residence on 1st Avenue North.
On scene, they found two women and a juvenile female, holding an infant, all of whom were crying and upset.
According to the report, one of the women was spitting blood from her mouth, while Zachary Salyer verbally abused her from inside the residence.
The female stated that Salyer had become enraged over the thought of her ending their relationship and threatened suicide if she did.
He prevented her from leaving the home. She gave the infant to the juvenile, who Salyer then pushed out of the residence and closed the door.
The female said that then Salyer pushed her to the floor and struck her in the head and face.
The other woman on the scene entered the home to intervene and Salyer also struck her several times as well.
Salyer was charged with domestic assault and two counts of assault. He was held on $3,000 bond.
• On Sept. 16, LPD filed a report from Walmart stating that, overnight, someone had cut a lock on their storage bin and stolen approximately 100 used batteries, valued at $1,000. This is the second such report in recent weeks.
• A patrolling deputy interrupted a break-in at the Breeze In Market in Chapel Hill on Sept. 15.
At roughly 1:55 a.m., Deputy Duncan stopped while doing a security check and noticed that the front door of the business looked like it had been pried open.
When the owner arrived on scene, they reviewed security camera footage and saw the burglar, wearing dark clothes and a ski mask, first attempt to enter the building at 1:32 a.m.
After hiding from a passing car, he then, at 1:48, used a pry bar to open the front door.
Watching the tape, they observed him rifling through drawers, taking approximately $300 in rolled change and a 9mm handgun.
When the deputy approaches the door, the burglar can be observed running through the building and exiting a side door.
Officers tracked the suspect by prints he left in the dew until losing the track in tall grass.
• Darian Phillips was charged with domestic assault after she allegedly punched a woman in an incident Sept. 16 on Mt. Lebanon Road. Bond was set at $1,000.
• Andrea Morton was charged with domestic assault after she allegedly assaulted a man on Belfast Street on Sept. 19. Bond was set at $1,000.
• Steven Wayne Hargrove was served with warrants stemming from a March incident in Lewisburg.
At that time, agents of the 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force attempted to arrest Hargrove on warrants from a previous traffic stop in Shelbyville, at which time, according to the report, Hargrove was found to be in possession of several types of illegal drugs.
At the March stop, Hargrove fled the scene on foot but agents found, in a backpack that he left in the car, several drugs ranging from marijuana, prescription pills, and heroin.
The warrants served on Hargrove were for possession of a Schedule I drug for resale, possession of a Schedule II drug for resale, possession of a Legend drug for resale, possession of drug paraphernalia, simple possession, evading arrest, and an attachment for child support.
Total bond was set at $33,000.