Police Reports — 1/11/13

Published 9:42am Friday, January 11, 2013

Jail

— James Skaggs II, 22, of 601 Cliff St., Ironton, warrants for arrest Thursday by the Ironton Police Department.

— Elizabeth Stafford, 32, of 183 Township Road 1335, South Point, holder Wednesday by the South Point Police Department.

— Hershel Pancake, 38, of 4923 County Road 29, Kitts Hill, domestic violence Wednesday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Holly Ployer, 32, of 24 A Private Drive 70, South Point, warrant for arrest Wednesday by the prosecutor’s office.

— Stefani Tucker, 35, of 24 A Private Drive 70, South Point, warrants for arrest Wednesday by the Lawrence Count Sheriff’s Office.

— William Meadows, 27, of 47 Private Drive 1771, South Point, aggravated vehicular assault, possession of heroin, driving under the influence Wednesday by common pleas court.

 

Sheriff’s Office

Petty theft — 2500 block County Road 17, South Point, Jan. 3, mailbox taken from residence.

Petty theft — Walmart, South Point, Jan. 4, Tom Tom GPS taken from vehicle in parking lot.

Theft — 400 block Township Road 77N, Willow Wood, Jan. 5, 1990 Ford truck stolen.

Burglary — 80 block Township Road 510N, South Point, Jan. 6, 52-inch, flat screen Vizio TV taken from residence.

Theft, deception — 8000 block County Road 107, Proctorville, Jan. 5, woman reported receiving phone calls saying she had won money, woman alleged she sent several callers more than $16,000, said she was advised by cashier that it was a scam but said she sent the money anyway, no suspects at this time.

Identity theft — 3600 block County Road 36, Chesapeake, woman alleged her credit card information was stolen to purchase items online.

Petty theft, criminal trespass — McGinnis Inc, South Point, Jan. 3, man allegedly cutting and taking scrap metal along river bank on McGinnis property.

Possession of drugs — Walmart, South Point, women allegedly selling oxycodone in the parking lot.

Domestic violence — 2100 block County Road 25, Pedro, Jan. 4, woman alleged husband pushed her and pulled her hair, wouldn’t allow her to leave the house, Tyler McAngus, 26, of the same address, arrested.

Domestic violence — 500 block Township Road 138, Ironton, Jan. 5, woman alleged husband threw a box of trash bags at her head when they were arguing, Robert Stephens, 38, of the same address, arrested.

Domestic violence — 80 block Township Road 510N, Ironton, Jan. 5, woman alleged her boyfriend was holding her against her will and yelling at her, Terrick Harvey, 38, of 87 Township Road 510N, South Point, arrested, the woman Tiffany Adkins, 23, of the same address, arrested later that day for the assault of a 16-year-old girl.

 

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  • bleedingheart

    Arrested for “throwing a box of trash bags”? Sheriff is right, crime is on the rise.

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