Published 12:00am Sunday, July 22, 2012

County jail

— Kimberly A. Tibbs, 34, 2028 County Road 31, Chesapeake, commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Anthony R. Hinchman, 29, 9807 NW 71st St., Tamarac Fla., criminal damaging, vandalism Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Joshua A. Parks, 30, 111 Private Drive 4460, County Road 29, Pedro, outstanding warrants Thursday by the Ironton Police Department.

— Ashley D. Kratzenberg, 26, 860 County Road 19, Kitts Hill, outstanding warrant Thursday by Ironton Municipal Court.

— Shane A. Bostic, 23, 2623 S. Eighth St., Ironton, outstanding warrant Thursday by the Ironton Police Department.

— Mandy J. Hall, 25, 721 Vine St., Ironton, breaking and entering, criminal damaging, theft Thursday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Karen Holroyd, 43, 607 N. Fifth St., Ironton, commitment Thursday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.


Sheriff’s office

Assault, aggravated burglary — 300 block County Road 51, Pedro, 2:37 p.m. Tuesday, residence allegedly entered without permission by unwelcome guest, homeowners produced gun, struggle ensued, child injured during scuffle, suspect fled when deputies called, suspect named.

The Tribune believes it is possible for people with a variety of points of view to discuss issues in a civil manner and will remove comments that, in our opinion, foster incivility. We want to encourage an open exchange of information and ideas. Responsibility for what is posted or contributed to this site is the sole responsibility of each user. By contributing to this website, you agree not to post any defamatory, abusive, harassing, obscene, sexual, threatening or illegal material, or any other material that infringes on the ability of others to enjoy this site, or that infringes on the rights of others. Any user who feels that a contribution to this website is a violation of these terms of use is encouraged to email report-comments@irontontribune.com, or click the "report comment" link that is on all comments. We reserve the right to remove messages that violate these terms of use and we will make every effort to do so — within a reasonable time frame — if we determine that removal is necessary.

Editor's Picks

Bicentennial committee seeks nonprofit status

As soon as the county’s bicentennial committee gets an OK on becoming a non-profit organization, it will gear up its fundraising campaign to recreate the ... Read more

Fighting for Dawson: LOCO helps boy with SVT, heart defects

At a glance, Dawson Mahaney looks and acts like any 9-month-old child would, his bright blue eyes constantly taking in the world around him. On ... Read more

Finding the money: Boggs wants ideas on how to pay for new jail

Coming up with a specified way to fund building a county jail is the next step in the process, according to jail committee chair Les ... Read more