Police Reports — 8/2/13

Published 9:08am Friday, August 2, 2013

Sheriff’s office

Burglary — 1300 block County Road 56, South Point, July 30, TV, Xbox 360, laptop and jewelry taken from residence.

Breaking and entering — DVR Storage, South Point, July 27, lock cut and items taken from storage unit.

Burglary, theft — 100 block Township Road 1368, Proctorville, July 30, 1997 Ford 150 truck stolen.

Missing person — South Point, July 30, man reported his 22-year-old son missing for two days.

Breaking and entering — Defender United Methodist Church, Chesapeake, July 11, lawn mower and gas can taken.

Sexual battery — 300 block Township Road 253, Ironton, July 14, woman alleged she was raped by a friend.

Domestic violence — 3600 block State Route 7, Chesapeake, July 15, woman alleged man who lives with her struck her and knocked her down, negative contact.

Domestic violence — 300 block County Road 13, Willow Wood, July 20, woman alleged 3-year-old daughter abused by father while visiting him.

Breaking and entering — Subway restaurant, Proctorville, July 25, manager reported front door glass broken out, cash drawer with $200 taken, loss valued at $750.

Assault — Country Hearth Inn, South Point, July 25, 32-year-old man alleged he was walking with a group of teenagers when they began hitting him, man alleged he was just talking with them about life and joining their gang, negative contact with teens.

Suicide — 200 block Mastin Avenue, Ironton, July 26, caller advised her boyfriend said he was coming to her home to commit suicide, according to Ironton police. After officers arrived, the man was sitting in a van and shot himself in the head.

Petty theft — 6400 block County Road 12, Proctorville, July 26, TV, tools, safe with $860 and jewelry taken from residence.


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