POLICE REPORTS – 9/5/13

Published 9:48am Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Sheriff’s office

Petty theft — Heartland of Riverview, South Point, Aug. 30, manager reported benadryl and trazodon missing for medicine room.

Petty theft — 200 block Township Road 1534, Proctorville, Sept. 2, purse taken from car, found in neighbor’s yard, Adderall missing.

Information — 100 block Township Road 1533, Proctorville, Sept. 2, man reported finding two 45 caliber fully loaded magazines in his yard; taken by sheriff’s office.

Assault — Rock Hill High School football field, Aug. 24, parents allege coach of Coal Grove Youth Football team grabbed their 11-year-old son, a Rock Hill player, shook him, shouted at him and shoved him; incident also allegedly observed by president of the Rock Hill Youth Football league; assistant coach for Rock Hill allegedly told a deputy the coach had broken up a fight between two players, Rock Hill called the game and asked the coach to leave the field; boy alleged there was no fight and the coach grabbed him from behind; deputy reported on Sept. 2, he spoke with the coach; the coach alleged he was just breaking up a fight and would speak with the prosecutor’s office.

Passing bad checks — Jim Howard’s Body Shop, Ironton, Aug. 30, owner alleged a customer wrote a check for $3,249, which bounced, was unsuccessful getting customer to pay the bill.

Petty theft, possession of drugs — Walmart, South Point, Aug. 28, woman allegedly caught shoplifting; one woman allegedly had pills in her purse with no prescription; Teresa Tussey, 43, of 912 County Road 119, Ironton, arrested; Penny Lewis, 58, of the same address, cited to court.

Theft without consent, corruption of a minor — Walmart, South Point, Aug. 29, woman and 11-year-old son allegedly attempted to leave the store without paying for $1,447 worth of items.

Domestic violence, menacing — a private drive in Ironton, Aug. 31, man allegedly punched another man in the face; Maurice Foster, 48, of the same address arrested.

 

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