POLICE REPORTS – 3/6/13

Published 10:37am Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Sheriff’s Office

Forgery, petty theft — State Route 243, Ironton, Feb. 11; woman alleged family member took tools, checks, money and forged name on check and cashed it. Suspect named.

Theft by deception — Township Road 110S, Proctorville, Feb. 18; executor of estate alleged that person hired to sell items has not paid all funds to estate. Suspect named.

Petty theft — County Road 61, Kitts Hill, Feb. 25; woman reported title of car taken.

Unauthorized use of motor vehicle — Township Road 268, Ironton, Feb. 27; woman alleged family member took car without permission. Family member was arrested on other charges in other state. Car impounded.

Theft — Township Road 1021, South Point, March 1; woman reported two cars taken from property.

Aggravated burglary — County Road 2, Chesapeake, Feb. 27; man reported tools, shotgun and antiques taken from house.

Petty theft – County Road 61, Kitts Hill, March 2; man reported plasma television taken.

Petty theft — Private Drive 145, Chesapeake, March 1; woman reported headphones and arrowheads taken from house.

Inducing panic — Township Road 111S, South Point, March 3; deputies go to home on a suicide attempt call. Man at home declined to talk to deputies. Deputies report that they found a razor knife on the man. Perry Tyler, 23, of 841 Township Road 111, South Point, arrested for inducing panic and threatening violence.

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