Police Reports — 7/26/13

Published 10:26am Friday, July 26, 2013

Sheriff’s office

Breaking and entering, theft — A Private Drive in Proctorville, July 24, hand tools, camera, rifle, four-wheeler, grill, other times taken from camper and campsite.

Vandalism — 40 block Township Road 1022, South Point, July 8, woman reported door to residence kicked in, nothing taken.

Theft — 100 block Township Road 1317, South Point, July 21, man reported car, gun and bulletproof vest stolen, suspect named; car found at McDonald’s in Summit, Ky., suspect found asleep in car with the stolen items, deputy also allegedly found marijuana, synthetic marijuana brass knuckles and ball bats; Christopher Meyers, 22, of 98 County Road 104, Chesapeake, arrested.

Breaking and entering — 8000 block County Road 107, Proctorville, July 21, tools, air unit taken from hardware store.

Juvenile offenses, assault — Necco Center, Pedro, July 20, juvenile allegedly assaulted two staff members, taken to group home.

Theft — 200 block County Road 401, Proctorville, July 20, air unit taken from Windsor Chapel Church.

Theft — 300 block County Road 1167, Proctorville, July 16, CD player taken from vehicle.

Theft — 100 block Township Road 1137, Proctorville, July 17, elderly man alleged woman stole $1,550 from him.

Domestic violence — 600 block County Road 52, Ironton, July 16, man allegedly threatened father will metal pipe, Scottie Vickers, 23, of the same address, arrested.

Domestic violence — Country Hearth Inn, South Point, July 17, man alleged girl friend hit him in the chest as hard as she could several times, man has pacemaker, negative contact with suspect.

Domestic violence, drug paraphernalia, cultivation — A Private Road in Proctorville, July 18, woman alleged boyfriend slapped her in the face and held her on the ground, woman said she bit him on the nose and escaped to call for help, deputy arrived and reported seeing blood on the walls and broken glass, six marijuana plants growing in the home, deputy also allegedly found a grinder and bongs; Jeremy Wright, 30, of the same address, arrested.

 

 

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