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POLICE REPORTS – 9/26/12

Published 9:59am Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Jail

— Carl Stapleton, 46, of 1329 Township Road 256, Kitts Hill, domestic violence Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Timothy McKenzie, 45, of 213 County Road 53, Kitts Hill, warrant for arrest Tuesday by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Kyle Hicks, 26, of 1378 County Road 48, Pedro, commitment Tuesday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Charles Bartrum, 21, of 8027 State Route 522, Pedro, warrants for arrest Monday by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— William Caudill, 29, of 1138 Township Road 163, Proctorville, petty theft Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Simon Kilpatrick, 29, of 4761 Riverside Drive, Lavalette, W.Va., warrant for arrest Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Kimberly Johnson, 39, of 1513 S. Sixth St., Portsmouth, warrant for arrest, Monday by municipal court.

— Christy Elk, 33, of 64 Township Road 1013, South Point, domestic violence and warrant for arrest Sunday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Sherrie Fraley, 36, of 1899 County Road 103, Ironton, holder out of Boyd County Monday by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Edward Tate, 51, of 1513 Marsh Hill Drive, Ashland, Ky., warrant for arrest Sunday by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Douglas Dean, 70, of 17737 State Route 93, Pedro, aggravated menacing Sunday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Justin Eldridge, 27, Grandview Inn, South Point, no operator’s license and warrant for arrest Sunday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Dickie Wilson, 31, of 206 Depot St., Coal Grove, resisting arrest and petty theft Saturday by the Ironton Police Department.

 

Sheriff’s Office

Breaking and entering — 700 block County Road 788, Chesapeake, Sept. 20, employee at Homestead Construction reported break-in of site, lock on gate cut, tools taken from van.

Theft — 2800 block County Road 6, Rock Camp, 10:16 a.m. Saturday, items taken from garage.

Burglary — 3200 block County Road 31, Chesapeake, 11 a.m. Friday, nine firearms taken from residence.

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