Police Reports — 10/12/12

Published 9:32am Friday, October 12, 2012

Sheriffs office

Aggravated burglary — 8600 block State Route 217 Scottown, Oct. 1, back door of residence broken into, items taken.

Rape — No location given, woman alleged her friend’s brother raped her, which resulted in the birth of her son eight months ago, women advised she was scared to report the incident but now wants full rights to the child.

Burglary — 200 block Township Road 407, South Point, Oct. 2, $5,000 cash and 19-inch flat screen TV taken from residence, suspect named.

Breaking and entering — 100 block Township Road 1067, South Point, Oct. 4, welder taken from unlocked storage building.

Burglary — 3200 block County Road 124, Chesapeake, 4 p.m. Tuesday, firearms, compound bow, tools, fishing equipment, push mower and cash taken from residence.

Burglary — 100 block Township Road 1267, Chesapeake, 9 a.m. Tuesday, house ransacked, electronics and jewelry taken.

Felonious assault — Fairland High School, Tuesday 5 p.m., Coal Grove High School track runner alleged someone came out from behind a tree and struck him with a large stick while he was running in the race, Fairview student allegedly admitted to hitting the boy, juvenile taken to the Lawrence County Detention Center.



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