Police Reports — 3/3/13

Published 12:50am Sunday, March 3, 2013

Sheriff’s Office

Theft — Private Road 228, Kitts Hill, Feb. 28; man alleged roommate disposed of $15,000 worth of belongings while he was gone. Suspect named.

Theft — Township Road 111S, Ironton, Feb. 10; man reported trailer taken while he was out of town.

Criminal damaging – County Road 103, Ironton, Feb. 17; man reported gunshot to windshield of his truck.

Theft — Country Hearth, South Point, Feb. 26; woman reported wallet with identification, EBT card, credit card and unfilled prescriptions taken. Suspect named.

Endangering children — Township Road 278S, Chesapeake, Feb. 27; deputies responded to a domestic complaint. Woman at trailer with black eye and bruises said she did not want to file charges. Eight-month-old child is in trailer. Deputies observe raw trash, dirty diapers and trash bags throughout trailer and no running water. Woman allegedly got dirty bottle and rinsed it out with container of water to give to baby. Jennifer Imes, 27, 395 Township Road, 278 S, arrested and taken to jail.

Unruly/runaway — Rock Hill High School, Feb. 27; parent reported child left school allegedly to be with another juvenile.

Theft — State Route 378, Willow Wood, Feb. 21; man reported trailer stolen from store parking lot.

Vandalism, petty theft — Chesapeake High School, Feb. 25; woman reported driver’s side window of car parked in lot broken and purse taken.

Criminal damaging, petty theft — Country Hearth, South Point, Feb. 26; woman reported CDs and computer speakers taken from car.

Theft — Country Hearth, South Point, Feb. 22; man parked company vehicle, tools taken from truck.

Criminal damaging, theft — Country Hearth, South Point, Feb. 26; woman parked car which was broken into and $10,000 in clothes, shoes and stereo taken.






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