Police Report — 11/15/13

Published 10:57am Friday, November 15, 2013

Sheriff’s office

Disorderly conduct, resisting arrest — 80 block Township Road 616, South Point, Nov. 9, man alleged ex-wife took his cell phone; deputy reported seeing the woman with a cell phone in her hand; woman allegedly began to yell and scream when questioned and resisted arrest, Amy Delong, 38, of the same address, arrested.

Domestic violence — 20 block Township Road 1204, Proctorville, Nov. 10, woman alleged daughter hit her after requesting money; woman alleged the daughter had made threats to burn her with cigarettes and kill her; Amber Jones, 27, of the same address, arrested.

Domestic violence — 1300 block County Road 31, Chesapeake, Nov. 9, woman alleged her husband came home intoxicated and began throwing and breaking items around the house; woman also alleged the man shoved the couple’s 3-year-old daughter; Cecil McKnight, 31, of the same address, arrested.

Aggravated assault — Walmart, South Point, Nov. 8, employee alleged he saw a man shoplift items out of the store; employee alleged the man pulled a knife on him when he attempted to stop him; negative contact with suspect.

Breaking and entering — 1100 block County Road 1, South Point, Nov. 8, storage building behind residence broken into; tool boxes with misc. tools and drill take.

Breaking and entering — 7000 block County Road 107, Proctorville, Nov. 4, owner of Mom & Pop’s restaurant located at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds reported a break-in; alleged suspect entered through the ceiling of a restroom; nothing taken from business.

 

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