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Police log, Aug. 8

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July 23 - Martha S. Pendleton reported third-degree criminal mischief occurred July 22 at 106 Hardin Place in Lebanon. An estimated $350 in damage was caused to the paint on the victim's 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier.

July 25 - Daniel S. Shuck of E. Main Street reported theft by unlawful taking (firearm) occurred on Shuck Avenue in Lebanon. A Taurus .44 Magnum with black hand and blued six-inch barrel valued at $453 was reported stolen. One hundred dollars was removed from the victim's purse.

July 26 - Ashley Hays of Boldrick Avenue reported that theft by unlawful taking under $500 occurred at Cedars of Lebanon.

July 28 - William R. Tungate of Howard Avenue was the victim of receiving stolen property under $10,000. A Playstation 3 game console and a game with a combined value of $500 were recovered and returned to Tungate.

July 30 - The Marion County Sheriff's Office found two marijuana plants while investigating the yard at 223 Raines Hill. The plants were confiscated and the investigation continues. Ann Marie Spalding, 50, was arrested on an unrelated warrant.
Debbie Lanham reported theft by unlawful taking occurred July 24 at 19 Blossom Lane. Two metal milk cans valued at $100 were stolen.

July 31- Rita Evanoff of Royal Pass Road in Tampa, Fla., reported third-degree burglary occurred July 30 at 405 Springfield Road in Lebanon. No further information was available.

Aug 4 - Inmate David Walls walked away from Marion Adjustment Center on Saturday. At 1:19 p.m. Marion County Sheriff's Deputy Anothy Rakes observed a 2004 Chevy pickup disregard a stop sign on Main Street in Lebanon. When Rakes attempted to stop the vehicle, the truck drove at a high rate of speed on Danville Highway. That pursuit was discontinued as the truck neared the Boyle County line.
At 1:44 p.m., the sheriff's office learned that a vehicle matching the description of the truck had been stolen from a farm on Miller PIke near MAC, and prison official confirmed to the sheriff's office that Walla was missing.
At 4:05 p.m. Boyle County officials reported that Walls had been apprehended after a pursuit in which he wrecked the stolen vehicle near Forkland.
Walls is being held in the Boyle Count Detention Center on charges of first-degree and second-degree fleeing, first-degree criminal mischief, receiving stolen property and resisting arrest. He is also facing Marion County charges of of second-degree escape, first-degree fleeing, first-degree wanton endangerment, reckless driving, disregarding a traffic control device (four counts), speeding and receiving stolen property.