Stolen car recovered

Friday, July 20, 2018

On July 8, several officers received a call in regards to a possible stolen vehicle on Fox Lane in Lewisburg. The owner out of Murfreesboro reported the vehicle stolen. According to reports, neighbors stated two men exited the vehicle and entered a residence.

When police arrived, Tiffany Beets greeted officers at the door, but she was in a hurry. She claimed that she did not know about the stolen vehicle. Beets consented to a search and officers met Earl Hernandez who confessed to stealing the vehicle. He was placed under arrest.

Inside the apartment, another individual, Breanna Pippin, denied knowing anything about the vehicle. In the report, police questioned Beets and Pippin again about the location of Hernandez’ brother, Brendan Nixon. After another search of the apartment, police located Nixon inside the residence and placed him under arrest.

Hernandez did not disclose the whereabouts of his brother when police questioned him the first time, because of his brother’s outstanding warrants in Lawrenceburg.

Hernandez was placed under arrest for theft of property and transported to the jail. Bond was set at $10,000. Nixon was arrested for an outstanding warrant for contempt and charged with accessory after the fact. Beets and Pippin were also arrested and charged with accessory after the fact. Nixon, Beets and Pippin were transported to the jail.

• On July 6, dispatch advised officers that Walmart loss prevention had detained a shoplifter. Marion Laughrun had concealed merchandise in his backpack. He was charged with shoplifting and criminal trespassing. Laughrun was on an active ban notice from Walmart for a prior shoplifting arrest. His bond was set at $2,000.

• On July 9, Casey L. Myles was arrested for domestic assault and transported to the Marshall County Jail. His bond was set at $2,000.

• On July 4 at 1:30 a.m., police responded to a welfare check in the area of Old Columbia Road and Silver Creek Road. According to police reports, police made contact with a female walking, later identified as Amber Cobble. Cobble was searching in a yard with a knife in her hand. She claimed that she did not consume any of the Early Times alcohol, which she was holding. However, Cobble admitted to taking “stackers” with her prescribed medication. Cobble was arrested for public intoxication and transported to the jail.

• On July 7, police responded to a disturbance at 4th Ave. South. Upon arrival, an officer made contact with Danielle Waldrop. She was standing outside her mother’s residence after throwing things in the house after a verbal argument. According the report, the officer immediately smelled a strong odor of alcohol and noticed her slurred speech. Waldrop was placed under arrest for public intoxication and transported to jail.

• On July 6, James Geasley Jr. was charged with domestic assault. His bond was set at $1,000.

• On July 16, Tammy Williams was charged with domestic assault. Her bond was set at $2,000.

• On July 13, Dwayne Wilkerson was charged with Aggravated Domestic Assault and Interfering with an Emergency Call. He was transported to the jail and bond was set at $8,500 dollars.

• On July 14, David Grimes was charged with domestic assault. Bond was set at $1,000.