Police Reports — 11/3/13

Published 12:32am Sunday, November 3, 2013

Sheriff’s office

Breaking and entering — 3500 block County Road 12, Proctorville, Oct. 16, hot water tank, furnace and air unit taken from vacant house.

Theft — 90 block Private Drive 5828 State Route 93, Ironton, aluminum wheels taken.

Burglary — 1400 block County Road 31, Chesapeake, Oct. 20, flat screen TV, piggy bank and beard trimmers taken from residence.

Theft — 11000 block County Road 4, Waterloo, Oct. 21, stereo, speaker system and CDs taken from vehicle.

Theft — 100 block Township Road 1387, Proctorville, Oct. 22, GPS taken from vehicle.

Breaking and entering — A&A Janitorial Services, 5000 block State Route 7, Chesapeake, Oct. 22, laptop, unopened surveillance system taken from business.

Burglary — 1600 block Township Road 250, South Point, Oct. 23, flat screen TV, Playstation 3 and games, jewelry and prescription drugs taken from residence.

Domestic violence — 60 block Private Drive, 9555, Chesapeake, Oct. 17, man allegedly slapped daughter in the face; Leslie Wilks, 40, of the same address, arrested.

 

 

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