Police Reports — 11/22/13

Published 10:13am Friday, November 22, 2013

Sheriff’s Office

Domestic violence — 1900 County Road 144, South Point, Nov. 19, woman alleged husband choked her; Carl Gould, 63, of 3843 Avendale Drive, Leland, N.C., arrested.

Domestic violence — 80 block Township Road 1484, Chesapeake, Nov. 19, boy alleged father threatened to kill him; father allegedly denied the threats via telephone with deputy; deputy was unsuccessful at making contact with suspect.

Burglary, breaking and entering, vandalism — 17000 block State Route 243, Chesapeake, Nov. 15, man reported his vacant home broken into; aluminum siding taken from outside of house; items taken from home and outbuilding.

Menacing — Township Road 1022, South Point, Nov. 16, 13-year-old girl alleged two boys about her age said they were going to rape her; negative contact with other juveniles.

Burglary — 100 block Township Road 1280, Proctorville, Nov. 16, jewelry taken from residence.

Felonious assault, endangering children — Country Hearth Inn, South Point, Nov. 17, woman alleged boyfriend assaulted her while she was holding their 3-month-old child; she alleged the man threw a knife at her; Bart Bland, 25, of 74A Township Road 1436, South Point, arrested.

Burglary — 2300 block State Route 775, Proctorville, Nov. 11, bedroom ransacked, jewelry taken from residence.

Theft — 8800 block State Route 7, Proctorville, Nov. 12, copper, hot water tank, air unit taken from residence.

Burglary — 3700 block State Route 141, Ironton, Nov. 12, gun, containers of change taken from residence.


Jail log

— Shyann Dodson, 23, of 322 Ridgeway St., Coal Grove, warrants for arrest Nov. 17 by Coal Grove Mayor’s Court.

— Jerry Abrams, 45, of 1009 Fourth St., South Point, violating a protection order Nov. 19 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Jason Shope, 34, 2441 Township Road 218, Ironton, probation violation Nov. 19 by the Adult Probation Agency.

— Richard Collins, 60, of 4528 Hatfield St., Ashland, Ky., petty theft Nov. 19 by the Ironton Police Department.

— George Stanley, 30, of 179 Township Road 123, Chesapeake, warrants for arrest Nov. 19 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Nichole Stout, 28, of 87 Township Road 510 N., South Point, petty theft Nov. 19 by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Justin Dameron, 31, of 87 Township Road 510 N. lot 8, South Point, warrants for arrest, petty theft, criminal trespass Nov. 19 by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Chris Wilson, 41, of 610 South Tenth St., Ironton, trafficking in drugs Nov. 19 by the drug task force.

— Thomas Clay, 30, of 1959 Jenkins Road, Patriot, warrants for arrest, driving under the influence, driving under suspension Nov. 19 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Donna Hardy, 35, of 5574 State Route 217, Willow Wood, petty theft Nov. 18 by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Stuart Wolfe, 54, of 275 N. Third St., Ironton, violation of protection order Nov. 18 by the Ironton Police Department.

— David McKenzie, 46, of 607 Cliff St., Ironton, domestic violence Nov. 18 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Samantha Scott, 48, of 1407 S. Ninth St., Ironton, inducing panic Nov. 18 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Cecil Ferguson, 45, of 11 Township Road 1114, Proctorville, warrants for arrest Nov. 18 by common pleas court.

— Brian Nease, 52, of 102 Franklin St., South Point, domestic violence Nov. 17 by the South Point Police Department.





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