Police Reports – 4/24/13

Published 9:24am Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sheriff’s Office

Petty theft — County Road 169, Pedro, April 9; woman reports rings taken at party.

Identity fraud — Township Road 1329, Ironton, April 15; woman reports identity used to apply for loan.

Burglary and possession of drug abuse instrument — County Road 18, South Point, April 16; man reports cameras and jewelry taken.

Burglary — County Road 59, Chesapeake, April 18; man reports window broken into and change and a $400 gun taken.

Theft — County Road 8, Pedro, April 19; man reports rear tractor tires and rims taken.

Assault – Symmes Valley Middle School, April 19; student allegedly hits another student with a chair and fists over alleged bullying.

Theft of motor vehicle — County Road 12, Proctorville, April 20; man reports another man comes onto his property and allegedly takes a truck belonging to a third person over an alleged debt. Joseph T. Singer Jr, 55, of 2716 County Road 12, Proctorville, arrested and charged with theft of a motor vehicle.

Petty theft — Township Road 1020, South Point, April 19; woman reports ex-husband allowed to use vehicle but allegedly did not return it. She also reports debit card used and two saws and a tape measure taken.

Petty theft — County Road 181, Ironton, April 19; man reports video games, rings, watch and change taken.

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