Police Report—7/30/14

Published 11:00am Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Jail log

— Barbara Fulton, 58, criminal trespass July 28 by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— Sandip Bhatia, 41, of 1110 S. Second St., Ripley, commitment July 28 by Ironton Municipal Court.

— Courtney Ford, 34, of 2420 S. 10th St., Ironton, commitment July 28 by Ironton Municipal Court.

— Lisa Raye Bing, 35, of 324 28th St., Huntington, W.Va., theft July 28 by the LCSO.

— Brandy Hughes, 34, of 68 Private Drive 4765, Chesapeake, complicity, permitting drug abuse and corrupting another with drugs July 28 by the South Point Police Department.

— Amber Mills, 22, of 408 Ninth St., South Point, commitment July 28 by the LCSO.

— Paul Anderson III, 31, of 2226 N. Seventh St., Ironton, theft and resisting arrest July 25 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Craig Barker, 55, homeless, disorderly conduct July 25 by the LCSO.

— Dina Blasko, 32, of 516 S. Ninth St., Ironton, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and warrants for arrest July 26 by the IPD.

— Carl Robert, 41, of 117 E. 12th St., Cincinnati, assault July 24 by the LCSO.

— Gregory Carlton, 28, of 1989 E. Prong Lowest Road, Milton, Ky., warrants for arrest July 21 by Sowards Bonding.

— Andrew Carter, 48, of 1115 S. Third St., Ironton, assault July 26 by the IPD.

— Amanda Castle, 31, of 321 Walnut St., Ironton, probation violation July 25 by Ironton Municipal Court.

— Joseph Conley, 21, of 100 Township Road 1436, South Point, domestic violence and assault July 27 by Coal Grove Mayor’s Court.

— Melissa Craft, 32, of 280 Hutchinson Hollow, Portsmouth, holder July 27 by the Hanging Rock Mayor’s Court.

— Shawn Delong, 36, of 264 Private Road 349 Township Road 150, Pedro, theft July 23 by the LCSO.

— Christopher Ferris, 31, of 19 Private Road 2076, Kitts Hill, warrants for arrest and domestic violence July 25 by the LCSO.

— Andrew Johnson, 26, of 11 State St., Proctorville, failure to comply with order or signal of police officer, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct July 26 by the Proctorville Police Department.

— James Ison, 28, of 171 County Road 10C, Pedro, receiving stolen property July 22 by IMC.

— Megan Kelly, 32, of 41 Private Drive 215, South Point, warrants for arrest July 27 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Matthew McFarland, 21, of the Country Hearth Inn, South Point, aggravated robbery July 19 by the LCSO.

— Amanda Moss, 32, warrants for arrest July 25 by the OSHP.

— Brian Patrick, 25, of 622 Lane St., Coal Grove, failure to comply with order or signal of police officer and reckless operation of a vehicle July 24 by the Coal Grove Police Department.

— Claude Payter, 53, of 361 Township Road 1053, Proctorville, domestic violence and burglary July 24 by the LCSO.

— David Rickey Jr., 39, of 307 1/2 S. Second St., Ironton, failure to comply with order or signal of police officer July 26 by Coal Grove Mayor’s Court.

— Daniel Salyers, 27, of 108 North St. Rear, warrants for arrest July 26 by the OSHP.

— Adam Webb, 31, of 309 Township Road 1161, Proctorville, complicity July 23 by the LCSO.

— Randall White, 29, of 20 Private Drive 14870 State Route 7, Proctorville, warrants for arrest July 25 by the OSHP.


Sheriff’s reports

Vandalism, criminal damaging — New Zion United Baptist Church, County Road 2, Willow Wood, July 27, grave markers in cemetery broken.

Domestic violence — 800 block County Road 53, Kitts Hill, July 28, woman alleged estranged husband came to her residence and assaulted her.

Burglary — 80 block Township Road 510 N., South Point, mobile home ransacked.

Petty theft — 300 block Township Road 1129, Chesapeake, July 21, weedeater taken from porch.

Burglary — 1300 block Township Road 250, South Point, July 21, jewelry, air compressors, bicycle, pocket knives, change, go-cart taken from residence.

Breaking and entering — Tri-State Sportswear, 8000 block County Road 107, Proctorville, July 21, computer and $225 taken.


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