Police Reports — 6/20/12

Published 9:03am Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Sheriff’s office

Domestic Violence — Country Hearth Motel, South Point, Monday 10:45 p.m., woman alleged she and children afraid of live-in boyfriend, James Slone, 39, of 70 Private Drive 302, South Point, arrested.

Animal complaint — 200 block County Road 105, 11:20 p.m. Thursday, three dogs left at abandoned trailer with no food or water, deputy fed and watered animals, will contact dog warden.

Burglary — 500 block Township Road 164, Proctorville, 6:30 a.m. Friday, four firearms, jewelry and miscellaneous items stolen from residence.

Breaking and entering, theft — 1900 block State Route 775, Proctorville, Friday, motorcycle stolen from garage of residence.

Aggravated burglary — 1100 block County Road 1, South Point, Wednesday, back window of residence broken, TV, medication and money stolen.

Breaking and entering — Leo’s Carryout, South Point, Thursday, 12 a.m., glass on sliding door broken.

Theft — 90 block Private Drive 48, South Point, Friday, firearms taken from residence.

Breaking and entering — 2400 block County Road 15, South Point, 2:03 p.m. Friday, back door open and window broken, furniture, TVs, grandfather clocks, stolen.

Domestic violence — 500 block Private Drive 3367 South Point, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, woman alleged live-in boyfriend hit her in the face, Dewey Nance, 34, of same address, arrested.

Domestic violence — 2000 block State Route 775, Proctorville, 3 p.m. Saturday, woman alleged husband grabbed her by the arms and broke her phone, Brandon Spence, 29, of same address, arrested.

Domestic violence — 100 block Township Road 1502, Chesapeake, 6:30 p.m. Sunday, woman allegedly hit brother, Megan McDonald, 25, of 115 Township Road 1502 Chesapeake, arrested.

Assault — 600 block Private Road 3367, 7 p.m. Saturday, woman allegedly slapped woman in the face, Amy Remy, 591 Private Road 3367, South Point, arrested.

Unruly juvenile, vandalism — 700 block Township Road 1378, Chesapeake, 7:42 p.m. Friday, windows broken out of truck and car, sides kicked in, vehicles totaled, juvenile taken to group home.

Livestock running at large — 300 block County Road 18, South Point, 9:25 a.m. Sunday, goats allegedly keep getting out and eating neighbors plants, goat owner cited to court.

Domestic violence, resisting arrests, escape, disorderly conduct — 50 block Township Road 1511, South Point, 12:15 p.m. Friday, two brothers and a female juvenile arrested for assaulting each other, Ray Lynd, 28, of 57 Township Road, South Point; and TJ Foringer, 23, of same address, arrested.

Theft — 1600 block County Road 120 N, South Point, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, motorcycle stolen from residence.

Burglary — 1000 block County Road 120, South Point, June 11, various firearms, TV, jewelry, weedeater, stolen from residence.

Domestic violence — 10 block Township Road 1342, South Point, 5:10 p.m. Thursday, woman alleged husband hit her and held a gun to her head, Michael Meadows, 40, of the same address, arrested.

Assault, criminal damaging — BP, South Point, Thursday, man alleged woman slapped him in the head and kicked his truck, causing damage, Amanda Hicks, 30, of 302 Fourth Ave., Huntington, W.Va., arrested.

 

 

 

 

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