Police Reports — 4/1/14

Published 10:22am Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Sheriff’s office

Burglary — 100 block Township Road 1411, Chesapeake, March 28, door of residence opened with force; nothing appears to have been taken.

Burglary — 1300 block County Road 1, South Point, March 28, TV taken from residence.

Burglary — 100 block Township Road 1432, South Point, March 28, gun, Playstation and jewelry taken from residence.

Theft — Walmart, South Point, March 29, woman reported purse taken from shopping cart; employees reviewed security footage and determined suspect was still in the store; Charlotte Dilley, 58, of 6145 Childers Road, Barboursville, W.Va., arrested.

 

Jail log

— Darrell Adams, 45, of 360 County Road 52, Ironton, contempt of court March 20 by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Homer Anson, 25, of 96 Private Drive 239, South Point, warrants for arrest March 20 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Jesika Arden, 36, of 317 Mastin Ave., Ironton, warrants for arrest March 26 by sheriff’s office.

— James Artis II, 24, of 275 N. Third St., Ironton, petty theft and receiving stolen property March 20 by sheriff’s office.

— John Bare, 54, of 76 Township Road 1069 Apt. 5, South Point, warrants for arrest March 28 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Christopher Blevins, 31, homeless, warrants for arrest March 27 by the sheriff’s office.

— Adam Bradberry, 26, of Bryants Group Home, Ironton, disorderly conduct March 24 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Jason Burkhardt, 27, of 1097 County Road 1, South Point, contempt of court March 21 by the sheriff’s office.

— Kevin Christy, 25, of 472 Township Road 190, Waterloo, warrants for arrest March 27 by the sheriff’s office.

— Robert Cochran, 29, of 314 Clinton St., Ironton, commitment March 27 by the sheriff’s office.

— Kevin Devaney, 25, of 212 Township Road 1336, South Point, warrants for arrest, taking the identity of another, driving under suspension March 30 by the OSHP.

— April Dillon, 30, of 106 Front St., Proctorville, endangering children, possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia March 26 by the OSHP.

— Christy Elk, 35, of 64 Township Road 1013, South Point, warrants for arrest March 21 by the sheriff’s office.

— Jennings Estel, 25, of 1400 Highland Drive Apt 502, St. Albans, W.Va., warrants for arrest March 20 by the OSHP.

— Damien Fox, 28, 127 Township Road 1021, South Point, contempt of court March 24 by the sheriff’s office.

— Kenneth Freeman, 67, of 718 Mulberry St., Ironton, domestic violence March 24 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Lucas Fulks, 31, of 214 Alta Road, Crown City, vandalism and disorderly conduct March 30 by the sheriff’s office.

— Olivia Gilpin, 26, of Country Hearth Inn, South Point, vandalism March 24 by the sheriff’s office.

— Stetson Gipson, 18, homeless, breaking and entering March 30 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Chadwick Goodrich, 36, of 2437 S. Fifth St., Ironton, probation violation March 28 by the adult probation department.

— Michael Gustin, 50, of 917 McGovney Ave., Ironton, commitment Match 27 by the sheriff’s office.

— Nathan Hale, 19, of 321 S. Seventh St., Ironton, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest March 22 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Robert Hall, 35, of 3519 State Route 124, Latham, violating a protection order March 20 by the OSHP.

 

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