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Couple smuggles stolen items in baby seat

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Two people who entered Sally’s Beauty Supply, North Main Street, on Saturday carrying a blanket-covered baby seat allegedly used it to hide approximately $70 worth of hair products before fleeing when confronted, Shelbyville police said.
The man and woman left in a vehicle registered to a Mt. Juliet man.
Other thefts reported to area authorities:
•A phone case wallet containing $2,000 in addition to an iPhone 12 was stolen after being left behind on a table between 3-4 p.m. Saturday at Legends, North Main Street, according to Shelbyville police.
•Two women were charged with shoplifting $336 worth of items including jewelry and clothing Saturday at Walmart, police said.
Karen Denise Sachs, 51, and Pamela Sue Bomar, 58, both of Wheeler Street, were released on recognizance.
•Most of the $1,000 used to purchase a 2012 Chevrolet Impala from an El Bethel Road woman Friday was fake, she told a Bedford County deputy.
Deputy Shaq Thompson’s report said $800 in fake bills bearing “prop copy” were given the woman. She said she didn’t check the money until after he left with the car because she is a “very trusting” person.
•The door to a pickup truck was stolen from a Longview Road junkyard between Oct. 14-16, a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report said.
Return to jail
An 81-year-old Wartrace-area man is back in jail for allegedly misusing 911.
Howard Oaky “Hawkeye” Crosslin, 81, allegedly called eight times Sunday making obscene comments. Crosslin allegedly told a deputy he was calling because people were chasing and trying to kill him. He was also charged with filing a false report and was being held on $2,000 bond Monday.
Jail intake
The following were charged since Friday by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Shelbyville Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.
•Monica Marie Ball, 41, Hawthorne Road; aggravated domestic assault (two counts); summons issued
•Arturo Juarez Barriga, 31, Smyrna; no driver’s license, due care; released on recognizance
•Pamela Sue Bomar, 58, Wheeler Street; shoplifting; released on recognizance
•James Troy Bonner, 54, Petersburg; DUI; released, $3,000 bond
•Juan Camarillo, 23, Nashville; DUI; held, $3,000 bond
•Amir Seve Cottledge, 47, Lewisburg; violation of order of protection; held, $1,500 bond
•Howard Oaky Crosslin, 81, Cleveland Road; misuse of 911, filing false report; held, $2,000 bond
•Kerry Kristine Devaney, 51, Green Lane; failure to appear; summons issued
•Jerel Justin Edwards, 32, Nashville; unspecified charge; held, $500 bond
•Michael John Edwards, 48, Barksdale Lane; domestic assault, assault, public intoxication, indecent exposure; held, $9,750 bond
•Gabriel Estrada, 43, Woodbury; no driver’s license; released on recognizance
•Joseph Dee Ferrell, 43, Decherd; violation of probation; released, $1,000 bond
•George Michael Holder, 41, Old Columbia Road; domestic assault, probation revocation, show cause hearing; held, $12,500 bond
•Melissa Evon Jackson, 56, Fayetteville; driving on suspended license, no insurance, light law; released on recognizance
•Rafael Jonathan Lopez, 29, Equestrian Way; no driver’s license, no insurance; released on recognizance
•Callie Brook Lynch, 20, Deery Street; theft under $500; released on recognizance
•Kristopher Robin Majors, 46, Winchester; probation revocation; held, $2,500 bond
•Porfirio Meja Martin, 24, King Arthur Court; financial responsibility, failure to yield, driving on suspended license; released, no bond
•Christopher Jesus Rossales, 18, Murfreesboro; speeding, simple possession, no insurance; released on recognizance
•Karen Denise Sachs, 51, Wheeler Street; shoplifting; released on recognizance
•Adolfo Diego Sebastian, 49, Archery Lane; bondsman surrender; held, $6,000 bond
•Damaris E. Simon Reynoso, 37, Choctaw Drive; no driver’s license/exhibited on demand, financial responsibility, light law; summons issued

•David Jason Wilhoite, 39, Morton Street; violation of order of protection, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to appear, violation of probation; held, $11,500 bond

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