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.


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