Police Reports — 11/13/13

Published 3:04pm Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Sheriff’s Office

Menacing — Burlington Elementary School, South Point, Nov. 8, principal of school alleged 11-year-old male student making threats to “put holes” in the chests of other students; principal stated the student has been suspended several times and would be suspended again; mother of student alleged she would have the boy evaluated at King’s Daughters.

Domestic violence, possession of drug abuse instruments — 40 block Township Road 1435, South Point, Nov. 8, man alleged son made threats to him and his property; Mark Taylor, 35, of the same address, arrested.

Petty theft — Walmart, South Point, Nov. 10, loss prevention agent alleged woman left the store without paying for some makeup items; Michelle Shockey, 44, of 1401 Wutrland Ave., Greenup, Ky., arrested.

Domestic violence — 40 block Township Road 1030, South Point, Nov. 9, woman alleged husband beat her and pulled out some of her hair; James Romans, 47, of the same address, arrested.

Burglary — 300 block County Road 1, South Point, Nov. 9, woman reported trailer was broken into; electronics, jewelry, a firearm and cameras were among the items taken; suspect named; deputy and officer questioned suspect at his trailer and allegedly found the stolen items; Bradley Stone, 30, of 359 County Road 1 Lot 11, South Point, arrested.

Making false alarms — Chesapeake Flea Market, County Road 1, Chesapeake, Nov. 12, 911 dispatch received a call that there were five bombs at the flea market and were set to detonate in three hours; gate around structure appeared to be secured and no physical damage was observed on building; owner contacted; no explosion reported.


The Tribune believes it is possible for people with a variety of points of view to discuss issues in a civil manner and will remove comments that, in our opinion, foster incivility. We want to encourage an open exchange of information and ideas. Responsibility for what is posted or contributed to this site is the sole responsibility of each user. By contributing to this website, you agree not to post any defamatory, abusive, harassing, obscene, sexual, threatening or illegal material, or any other material that infringes on the ability of others to enjoy this site, or that infringes on the rights of others. Any user who feels that a contribution to this website is a violation of these terms of use is encouraged to email report-comments@irontontribune.com, or click the "report comment" link that is on all comments. We reserve the right to remove messages that violate these terms of use and we will make every effort to do so — within a reasonable time frame — if we determine that removal is necessary.

Editor's Picks

Apple butter on sale to benefit Shop With a Cop

SOUTH POINT — Law enforcement agencies in Lawrence County have kicked off the annual apple butter fundraiser for the Shop With a Cop program. Every year, ... Read more