Police Reports — 10/26/12

Published 9:19am Friday, October 26, 2012

Sheriff’s office

Theft — 1400 block County Road 6, Ironton, 7 p.m. Wednesday, man alleged daughter stole his credit cards and jewelry from residence, woman allegedly admitted to taking and using a credit card and pawing some jewelry, Michelle Curry, 31, of 2120 S. Sixth St., Ironton, arrested.

Domestic violence, drug paraphernalia — 100 block Township Road 1197, Chesapeake, 12:30 a.m. Thursday, woman alleged her son picked her up and threw her against a wall while he was intoxicated, glass marijuana pipe allegedly found in his pocket, Justin Thomas, 26, of the same address, arrested.

Rape — 200 block Mason Street, South Point, Oct. 14, woman alleged man raped her in her home four or five times and her 7-year-old daughter witnessed it, suspect alleged he is in a relationship with the woman and the sex was consensual, both interviewed and videoed by detectives, rape kit performed, no charges filed at this time.

Improperly discharging firearm — 2800 block County Road 15, South Point, 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, man alleged he heard gun shots outside his trailer, small holes found in the outside of trailer, no injuries reported.

Breaking and entering — Sandusky Road, South Point, 10:16 p.m. Monday, furnace, hot water tank, 12 breakers taken from house.

Felonious Assault — 19000 block State Route 93, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, man alleged hearing shots from shotgun being fired and reported being hit by a bb, deputy saw no noticeable markings on the man or bb’s on the scene, man refused treatment.

Domestic violence — 300 block Township Road 1034, South Point, 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, woman alleged husband threatened her with a knife, pulled her hair and choked her, negative contact with suspect.

Possession of drugs — Collins Career Center, Oct. 11, assistant principal alleged finding small bag of synthetic marijuana on a male student, student cited to court.

Petty theft — 10 block Private Drive 1321, Chesapeake, Oct. 17, three rings taken from residence.

 

Jail

— Josh Blankenship, 29, of 52 Country Hearth Inn, South Point, warrants for arrest Wednesday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Jonlee Boggs, 29, 121 1/2 Brammer Drive, Coal Grove, complicity Tuesday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Heather Lloyd, 51, of 329 Broken Arrow Drive, Gahanna, take to court for review Tuesday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Jessi Pinkerman, 35, of 49 County Road 7F, Ironton, probation violation Tuesday by common pleas court.

— Christopher Smith, 24, of 104 N. Jones St., Proctorville, warrants for arrest Tuesday.

— Roy Smith, 55, of 112 S. Third St., Ironton, aggravated menacing Wednesday by the Ironton Police Department.

— Paula Thibodaux, 43, of 826 S. Tenth St., Ironton, warrants for arrest Wednesday by probate/juvenile court.

 

 

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