POLICE REPORTS – 8/22/12

Published 9:43am Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Sheriff’s office

Theft — Grandview Inn, South Point, 5:30 p.m. Thursday, truck taken from parking lot, returned to lot on Saturday.

Burglary — 40 block Township Road 510N, South Point, 8:22 a.m. Monday, camera and $1,000 cash taken from residence.

Theft — 6400 block State Route 620, Elizabeth Township, 11:46 a.m. Monday, AT&T employee alleged 150-foot roll of wire taken from roadside.

Aggravated burglary — 600 block County Road 59, Chesapeake, 9:35 a.m. Sunday, two televisions, checkbook and carton of cigarettes taken from apartment.

Rape — South Point, 11 p.m. Saturday, female juvenile alleged she was raped, suspected named but not located.

Theft — Decatur Township, 11:57 a.m. Friday, AT&T employees alleged phone line removed from poles at 1200 County Road 51 and 10 miles out State Route 93.

Breaking and entering — 1000 block County Road 56, South Point, storage shed broken into, locks missing.

Petty theft — 3000 block County Road 1, South Point, noon Aug. 14, power washer taken from porch.

Theft — 9000 block County Road 1, South Point, 9 a.m. Aug. 1, three firearms taken from closet of residence.

Theft — 25000 block State Route 93, Oak Hill, 10 a.m. Aug. 14, riding lawnmower taken.

Breaking and entering — Fairland Board of Education, County Road 107, Proctorville, Saturday, concession stand broken into, cases of Power Aid, candy bars, chips and hotdogs taken.

Identity fraud — 300 block County Road 70, Proctorville, Aug. 1, woman alleged $27,000 fraudulently charged to her bank account.

Burglary, felonious assault — 100 block Township Road 205, Proctorville, 8:05 p.m. Aug. 13, man alleged items were stolen from him and he was threatened not to report the theft, man also alleged he was shot by the alleged thieves at the U.S. Bank in Proctorville, no shells found at the scene, no other reports of shots fired.

Possession of drugs — 200 block Township Road 275, Proctorville, 10:40 p.m. Saturday, woman reported a man with outstanding warrants at her home, Justin Holley, 25, of 20 Township Road 206S Proctorville, arrested for failure to appear warrant in Lawrence County and drug abuse and probation violations in Gallia County, at the time of arrest, Holley allegedly had valium and suboxone in his pockets.

Domestic violence — 700 block County Road 3, Chesapeake, 9 p.m. Friday, woman alleged boyfriend pushed her on the couch, pulled her hair, elbowed her in the chest and hurt her ankle.

Assault, violate protection order — 2200 block County Road 51, Aid Township, 9 p.m. Friday, woman alleged man whom she has a protection order against grabbed her by the neck and pulled a knife on her, man allegedly forced her on to his ATV and rode away, woman allegedly jumped off to find help.

 

Jail

— Josh Porter, 27, of 217 Killen Hollow Road, South Portsmouth, Ky., warrants Tuesday by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Mark Collins, 43, of 316 Ridgeway St., Coal Grove, disorderly conduct, drug abuse Tuesday by the Ironton Police Department.

—Tamara Ross, 44, of 2341 Edgemont Road, Huntington, W.Va., theft, Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Jacquelin Ahern, 22, of South Point, theft, Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Derek Lambert, 20, 5400 Altizer Ave. Apt. 54, Huntington, W.Va., commitment Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Niklas Fischback, 28, of 667 Township Road 220, Willow Wood, commitment Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— John Foster, 38, of 304 A Township Road 290, Ironton, commitment Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

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