MARSHALL MAN CHARGED WITH BURGLARY, TAMPERING WITH MOTOR VEHICLE DUE IN COURT JULY 11

A Marshall man has been charged with felonies after a reported domestic disturbance on June 28.

A probable-cause statement says a woman reported to authorities Donavan White knocked on her door, and when she answered it, he called her names, spit in her face, took her phone and exited the residence. But a short time later, he returned, broke a window and reentered the residence. She says he eventually left in a truck he did not have permission to drive, which is owned by another person. A short time later, Saline County deputies found the vehicle parked on 200th Road, and White could not be located.

According to online court documents, a warrant has been served and White has been charged with a Class B Felony for First-Degree Burglary; a Class D Felony for Tampering with a Motor Vehicle in the First Degree; and four misdemeanors. Bond has been set at $15,000 cash only.

White was arraigned on July 8, and his counsel-status hearing is set for 9 a.m. Thursday, July 11, at Saline County Circuit Court.