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Two vehicles stolen, one recovered

By DAVID MELSON - dmelson@t-g.com
Posted 2/17/22

One of two vehicles stolen in the past few days has been recovered, according to Shelbyville Police Department reports.

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Two vehicles stolen, one recovered

One of two vehicles stolen in the past few days has been recovered, according to Shelbyville Police Department reports.
•A 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix was reported stolen Monday from Jose’s Garage, North Hillcrest Drive.
The car, last seen Feb. 10, may have been taken by a recent arrival from El Salvador who was hired Feb. 7 and was being allowed to live in the garage.
The suspect had not shown any proof of identification, may not have given his real name and left behind his belongings, the garage’s owner told police.
•A 1995 Honda Passport stolen Monday or Tuesday from a Colonial Avenue home was found abandoned on Ridgewood Lane by a Bedford County deputy, a report said. It was returned to its owner.
Two shoplifters took approximately $80 of beauty supplies from Kim’s Beauty Supply, North Main Street, last week.
Police were told Tuesday the women, described as Black and thought to be an aunt and niece from Winchester due to previous contact, were driving an older model red Ford Escape.
They did pay for $110 worth of additional items, the report said.
A long dress and jaw clip were taken from the store Jan. 28. The suspect was described as a white woman in her mid-30s.
A phone scammer convinced a Shelbyville woman to reveal personal information and purchase gift cards, Shelbyville police were told Monday.
The victim said she received a call asking about an Amazon purchase she hadn’t made. A man claiming he was from the “trade commission” came on the line and instructed her to purchase several $500 gift cards and give them the numbers.
She later notified police after hearing a friend talk about credit card scams.
Uneasy rider
A school bus rider angry because the driver wouldn’t let him off at an unauthorized location caused a ruckus Tuesday afternoon, according to a Shelbyville police report.
Police were dispatched to the intersection of Amos Smith Road and Smithfield Court when a caller claimed a bus driver was holding students hostage.
The driver called her supervisor and parked the bus while awaiting his arrival from the Bedford County Schools bus garage. The boy began cursing the driver, who keyed up the bus’s two-way radio so the supervisor could hear him.
The boy’s brother walked up to the bus and allegedly attempted to force its doors open. At that time the driver let the boy out; he allegedly punched the front of the bus.
The brother told police and the supervisor he grabbed the sides of the doors but didn’t try to open them. The boy denied hitting the bus. No one was immediately charged.
Jail intake
The following were charged since Monday 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.
•Jesus Abarca Salgado, 25, Deery Street; driving on suspended license, light law; $1,000 bond, held for Franklin County
•Francisco Javier Alvarez-Rios, 40, Glover Lane; driving on suspended license (sixth offense), running stop sign, financial responsibility; held, $6,000 bond
•Ricky Reshard Champion, 31, Murfreesboro; driving on suspended license, financial responsibility; summons issued
•Kebin Andres Delgado, 23, Narrows Road; violation of probation; released, $3,000 bond
•Jessica Ann Fiveash, 42, Providence Road; driving on suspended license, registration law; summons issued
•Michelle Corrin Franklin, 51, Murfreesboro; violation of probation (two counts); held, $10,000 bond
•Francisco Javier Galindo, 31, U.S. 41A North; driving on revoked license (fourth offense), light law; $4,000 bond, held for Marshall County
•Josue M. Garcia, 18, Wheeler Street; speeding, no driver’s license; held, $750 bond
•Vickie Lynn Howell, 49, Maple Street; DUI (fourth offense), driving on revoked license, texting while operating a motor vehicle; held, $8,000 bond
•Robert Gordon Lovvorn, 49, Deery Street; attachment (child support); released, $1,000 bond
•Ray Devonte Lyons, 29, Green Lane; failure to appear; summons delivered
•Leobardo Marcone Zunun, 23, Morton Street; light law, no driver’s license; released, $750 bond
•Clayton Joshua Metcalf, 18, Philippi Road; no driver’s license, financial responsibility, due care; released, no bond
•Christopher James Nolan, 27, Hilltop Drive; theft of property over $2,500; held, $25,000 bond
•Roberto Antonio Orellana, 35, East Lane Street; registration violation, no insurance, driving on revoked license (sixth offense), possession of schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, tampering with evidence; held, $17,000 bond
•Caleb Matthew Peacock, 22, Horse Mountain Road; violation of probation; held, $5,000 bond
•Ana Paula Perez Montejo, 18, Burt Street; no driver’s license, speeding; summons issued
•Aurelio Rayo, 47, Coopertown Road; driving on suspended license, speeding; released, no bond
•Juan Raigoza Santillan, 35, Ranchero Drive; no driver’s license, registration violation; summons issued
•Jessica Renee Roddey, 28, Hoover Street; driving on suspended license; summons issued
•Camron Scott, 27, Lynchburg; driving on revoked license, due care; summons issued

•Kayla Marie Wooldridge, 27, Anna’s Way; driving on suspended license, light law; summons issued