Police Reports 06/08/08
Trouble— JAB Lounge, Third Street Tuesday, woman reportedly creating disturbance, moved on.
Fight— 1000 block North Fifth Street Tuesday, 15 people reportedly on street corner, advised.
Alarm activation— Quinn Chapel, 715 Adams Street Tuesday, officers determined bat had set off motion alarm
Trouble— 400 block Mill Street Tuesday, lady reportedly creating disturbance, Rose Wilson, 53, 807 N. Fifth St., Ironton, charged with inducing panic and taken to jail.
Breaking and entering— 2200 block South Sixth Street Tuesday, residence entered.
Breaking and entering— 1100 block South Fourth Street Tuesday, people reportedly trespassing in vacant house, negative contact.
Accident— Third and Adams streets Tuesday, SEOEMS called.
Remove subject— JAB Lounge, Third Street Tuesday, woman reportedly turning over tables, creating disturbance, moved on.
Theft— 700 block Vernon Street Tuesday, laptop taken from residence, suspects named, located, all advised.
Assault— 500 block Lorain Street Tuesday, woman reportedly assaulted, suspect named.
Intoxicated people— Pizza Hut, Ironton Hills Shopping Center Tuesday, male customers creating disturbance.
Domestic— 1900 block South Third Street, woman reportedly assaulted, refused to file charges.
Breaking and entering— 2500 block South 12th Street Wednesday, residence entered.
Accident— Third and Pine streets Wednesday, no injuries.
Fight— 2400 block South Fourth Street Wednesday, male juvenile taken to police station, parents notified, victim taken to hospital by parent.
Assist squad— Ninth Street and Park Avenue Wednesday, intoxicated man reportedly creating disturbance, taken to hospital.
Shots fired— 1100 block South Fifth Street Wednesday, negative contact.
Assist sheriff’s office in pursuit— Park Avenue Thursday, man pursued into city limits, left car and fled on foot at Ninth Street.
Trouble— Post office, North Fourth Street Thursday, three men reportedly in post office lobby arguing, beating on door, left, one returned, covered in blood, declined to file charges.
Fight— Ironton Hills Shopping Center Thursday, one person taken to police station.
Accident— Fifth and Vernon streets Thursday, motorcycle involved, injuries reported.
— Jerry A. Blake, 25, 106 Township Road 1197, Chesapeake, outstanding warrant Tuesday by the Proctorville Police Department.
—Maria A. McGlone, 26, Olive Hill, Ky., outstanding warrant Tuesday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
—Vincent Chapman, 396 Fourth St., East, South Point, commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
— Darius Porter, 23, 70 Private Drive 5713, Ironton, commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
— John L. Boggs, 24, 121 ? Brammer Drive, Coal Grove, commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
—Scott A. Turner, 39, 123 Fourth St. W. South Point, outstanding warrant Thursday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
— Brian E. Layne, 29, 2214 N Third St., Ironton, commitment Saturday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
— Brandon Porter, 19, 503 Township Road 343, Ironton, commitment Saturday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
Several calls Wednesday were storm related:
Assistance requested— Ohio River Wednesday, Boyd County 911 asked for rescue boat to rescue child in river, request cancelled prior to arrival.
Vehicle stranded in water—2400 block South Seventh Street Wednesday.
Carbon monoxide alarm—600 block of Jeannine Street Wednesday, nothing found.
Alarm activation— Harriet Lewis Apartments, 401 N. 5th Street Wednesday, no fire.
Tree on two vehicles — 2500 block of South Fifth Street Wednesday, assisted residents in moving cars from under limbs.
Tree blocking residence— 300 block of Susan Court Wednesday.
Alarm activation — 3000 block of South Ninth Street Wednesday, no fire.
Vehicle in water— Lawrence Street Wednesday, victims able to self rescue prior to arrival.
Car in high water — 2300 block of South 12th Street Wednesday, victims out on arrival.
Carbon monoxide alarm — 2200 block of
North Third Street Wednesday, residents were using pump to remove water and carbon monoxide built up from the pump.
Structure fire — 300 block of Means Street Wednesday, fire was started from a lightning strike on a garage, moderate damage was reported.
Lifting assistance — 600 block of North Fifth Street Wednesday.