POLICE REPORT – 7/18/11

Published 10:08am Monday, July 18, 2011

Ironton police

Suspicious juveniles — Liberty Avenue Friday, three kids reportedly walking around, two of them looking in cars while third was lookout, located, taken home to parents and advised.

Cars egged — 2900 block South Fifth Street Friday.

Drive through requested — Fuzzy Duck, Center Street Landing Friday, crowd in parking lot cleared.

Request assistance — Sheriff’s office requested additional manpower for large fight in hanging Rock, Coal Grove assistance also requested.

Trouble — Pick ‘n Save, Ironton Hills Shopping Center Friday, woman refusing to leave man’s car, citation issued.

Shoplifter — CVS, Third and Jefferson streets Friday.

Trouble — 1200 block South Ninth Street Friday, window broken in fight.

Assault — Reported at police station Friday, woman reportedly threatened by man with knife.

Domestic — 900 block North Second Street Friday, man reportedly out of control, advised.

Drunk people — 700 block Lawrence Street Friday, man and woman, seemingly intoxicated, pushing baby stroller, child looks like it might fall out, man carrying beer bottle, located, Andrea S. Crawford, 36, 603 N. Fifth St., Ironton, and Aaron L. Wilson, 20, same address, each charged with disorderly conduct and endangering children, taken to jail, child released to care of family member.

Loud music — 800 block North Fifth Street Saturday, advised.

Daughter out of control — 700 block South Seventh Street Saturday, problem solved.

Breaking and entering — 1800 block South Third Street Saturday, residence entered.

Theft — 2500 block South Sixth Street Saturday, neighbor reportedly taking things.

Fight — CVS, Third and Jefferson streets Saturday, troublemaker left prior to officer’s arrival.

Trouble — Job and Family Services parking lot, South Eighth Street Saturday, advised.

Fight — 1000 block South 10th Street Saturday, advised.

Vandalism — 2500 block South Fourth Street Sunday, garage damaged.

Altercation — North Fifth and Center streets Sunday, advised.

Domestic — 300 block Pine Street Sunday, Dwayne McKnight, 36, 326 ½ Pine St., Ironton, arrested and taken to jail.

Theft — 2800 block South Third Street Sunday, dog taken.

BB gun — 800 block Mulberry Street Sunday, kid running around with BB gun, advised.

Theft — 800 block South Ninth Street Sunday, two lawn mowers taken.

Assault — Urgent Care Sunday, child from Mended Reeds reported assault.

County jail

— Glenn Gibson Jr., 50, Ona, W.Va., commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Shayla Perkins, 19, 3341 State Route 243, Ironton, commitment Sunday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Hallie Martin, 20, Ashland, Ky., commitment Sunday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Randy Richendollar, 41, 95 County Road 29, Pedro, outstanding warrant Saturday by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Michael Messinger, 40, 123 Township Road 158, Chesapeake, commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

Cathy Swed, 43, Patriot, outstanding warrant Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Steve K. Holmes, 58, 127 Township Road 138, Ironton, commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Virginia Fortner, 39, 120 Freeman Court, South Point, outstanding warrant Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Scotty R. MacDonald, 24, 3538 County Road 31, Chesapeake, commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

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