POLICE REPORTS – 12/7/12

Published 9:10am Friday, December 7, 2012

Jail

— William Rice, 21, of 65 Township Road 510 N, South Point, disorderly conduct Monday by Ironton Police Department.

— Charles Crisp, 47, of 1360 Fifth St., West Portsmouth, commitment Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Charles Finley, 30, of 3210 Floyd St., Ashland, Ky., warrants for arrest Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Daniel Clement, 29, of 720B S. Tenth St., Ironton, warrants for arrest Monday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

 

Sheriff’s office

Petty theft, criminal damaging — 10 block Township Road 1039, Union Township, Nov. 26, window broken out of truck, CD player, stereo taken.

Breaking and entering, criminal damaging — 10000 block County Road 1, Chesapeake, Nov. 24, motor home broken into, stereo, CD player, navigation system, misc. tools, taken.

Criminal damaging — Lawrence County Jail, Nov. 23, inmate made a homemade pillow from the stuffing of a mat.

Assault — Lawrence County Jail, Nov. 23, inmate assaulted by two men in his cell, Casey Barker, 22, of 9799 County Road 1, South Point, and Matthew Fortner, 24, of 34 Township Road 616, South Point, charged with assault.

Unruly child, drug paraphernalia — Symmes Valley High School, Nov. 30, female student cited to court and released to her mother.

Burglary — 1300 block County Road 1, South Point, 9:40 a.m. Sunday, 32-inch Sony flat screen TV and desktop computer taken from apartment.

Burglary — 100 block Township Road 1018, South Point, Nov. 28, two guns taken from residence.

Breaking and entering — 2200 block County Road 15, South Point, Nov. 30, unidentified suspect seen breaking into outbuilding.

Theft — 100 block Private Drive 1607, South Point, Nov. 29, handgun taken from residence.

Criminal simulation — Speedway, South Point, Nov. 28, counterfeit $20 bill passed.

Domestic violence — 6300 block State Route 93, Pedro, 11:17 a.m. Monday, woman alleged husband pushed her into wall and hurt her back, — Robert Gould, 41, of 6394 State Route 93, Ironton, arrested.

Petty theft — 4000 block County Road 21, Ironton, Nov. 30, lineman for AT&T reported 180 feet of 200 pair/24 gauge wire taken.

Petty theft — U.S. 52-County Road 1A intersection, AEP employee reported 2,000 feet of copper line taken.

Domestic violence, assault — Private Drive 1014, Proctorville, 10:05 p.m. Sunday, woman alleged boyfriend threw her into a glass cabinet, kneed her in the stomach and knocked the woman friend’s to the ground, resulting in a cut to the man’s head, woman taken to Cabell Huntington Hospital, Michael Miles, 35, of 47 Private Drive 1014, Proctorville, arrested.

Domestic violence — 1400 block County Road 181, Ironton, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, sisters fighting, hitting each other, Bethany Adams, 22, and Mary Adams, 30, both of 1411 County Road 181, Ironton, arrested.

Petty theft — Bob Evans, South Point, Nov. 25, employee alleged purse stolen while she was at work.

Breaking and entering — The Point industrial park, South Point, Nov. 24, locks broken off shed, generator, air compressor, brass fittings, taken.

Theft — 400 block Dean St., South Point, Nov. 21, window broken out of car window, firearm taken from center console, gloves left at the scene.

Vandalism — South Point Storage, Nov. 21, locks cut off storage units.

Assault, domestic violence — 40 block Township Road 1334, Fayette Township, Nov. 27, woman alleged ex-boyfriend hit her in the head and pushed her step-father, ex-boyfriend alleged another woman hit him in the face, Wade Frazier, 29, of 1532 Smith St., Milton, W.Va., and Veronica Howard, 40, of 47 Township Road 1334, South Point, arrested.

 

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