Two suspects have been charged with cutting the lock off a storage unit on Highway 82 South in December and taking three televisions, a kitchen faucet, tools and personal documents. Amanda Lynn Cobb, 34, of Murfreesboro and Matthew Francis Callaghan, 35, of Port St. Lucie, Florida are charged with burglary, theft of property (over $1,000), forgery and identity theft, the Bedford County Sheriff's Office said...
Two suspects have been charged with cutting the lock off a storage unit on Highway 82 South in December and taking three televisions, a kitchen faucet, tools and personal documents.
Amanda Lynn Cobb, 34, of Murfreesboro and Matthew Francis Callaghan, 35, of Port St. Lucie, Florida are charged with burglary, theft of property (over $1,000), forgery and identity theft, the Bedford County Sheriff's Office said.
The burglary was reported Dec. 8.
Both suspects posted $26,000 bond.
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A woman stole items including a thermometer from a Shelbyville retail store Wednesday, then attempted to sell it to a consignment store a little over an hour later, Shelbyville police said.
Stacey Marie Cox, 35, of Boardwalk Way allegedly took the thermometer from Merle Norman and tried to sell it at Be Mine consignment store. A phone number provided by Cox allowed the stores' owners to contact each other. Security video at Merle Norman showed Cox taking the items, police said.
Cox was charged with theft of property, violation of probation and falsifying a drug test. She is being held without bond at Bedford County Jail.
-An undetermined number of vaping items were stolen from Big Times Vape, North Main Street, Wednesday night, according to Shelbyville police.
A chunk of concrete was used to break both front door glass and a glass counter inside. An inventory is being conducted, police said,
-Three chain saws, an air rifle, blanket and solar powered light were stolen from a hunting cabin/shop in the 2300 block of Fairfield Pike, the BCSO was told.
-Tools and antique furniture were stolen from several locked sheds in the 100 block of Dover Street since Sunday, police said.
The following were charged since Wednesday by the Shelbyville Police Department, Bedford County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.
-Luis Angel Chavez, 22, Whitthorne Street; violation bond condition (no contact order); held, $10,000 bond
-Scott Elliott Colburn, 29, West Lane Street; criminal responsibility, driving on suspended license; held, $2,500 bond
-Stacey Marie Cox, 35, Boardwalk Way; theft of property, violation of probation, falsifying drug test; held, no bond
-Abraham Garcia Godinez, 43, Bridlewood Drive; no driver's license, speeding; released on recognizance
-Lauren Nicole Mankin, 25, Wheeler Street; failure to appear, theft of property, theft involving merchandise; released, $500 bond
-Charles Tavner Norman, 34, Smotherman Lane; domestic assault, resisting arrest, DUI, implied consent, resisting stop/halt/frisk, leaving scene of accident; held, $11,500 bond
-David Thomas Nowlin, 38, Old Nashville Dirt Road; aggravated domestic assault (two counts), vandalism, show cause; held, $23,000 bond
'-Lincoln Jared Rombold, 37, West Lane Street; theft of property under $1,000; released, $2,500 bond
-Robbie Keith Stanley, 52, Selmer; failure to appear; held, $5,000 bond
-Daniel Lance Waggoner, 33, Moody Street; attachment; released, $500 bond
-Adam Wayne Walker, 38, Smyrna; possession of drug paraphernalia; held, $250 bond
-Jacob Christian Ward, 22, Hunters Lane; show cause; held, $500 bond
-Samuel Robert Whitehead, 36, Highway 82 East; possession of drug paraphernalia; released, $250 bond
-Tanya Marie Whitehead, 33, Highway 82 East; possession of drug paraphernalia; released, $250 bond
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