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POLICE REPORTS – 8/17/09

Ironton police

Loud noise — Ohio Riverfront Friday, noisemakers shut down for night.

Theft— 300 block Mulberry Street Friday, catalytic converter taken.

Assault — Dayton Lane Friday, 17-year-old boy assaulted.

Trouble — Family Dollar parking lot Friday, woman reportedly trying to start a fight, all advised.

Trouble — Vicinity of Third and Jones streets Friday, caller reported someone tried to run over him, juvenile taken to police station, released to parent.

File charges — No location given Friday, man reportedly assaulted, SEOEMS notified.

Intoxicated man — Vicinity of Third and Jefferson streets Friday, negative contact.

Intoxicated man — Vicinity of Third and Jones streets Saturday, negative contact.

Man in vehicle — Vicinity of Fifth Street and Park Avenue Saturday, man reportedly passed out behind wheel of vehicle in street, Richard A. Kidd, 31, 3655 County Road 103, Ironton, charged with DUI, driving under suspension and parking on highways by Ohio State Highway Patrol and taken to jail.

Trouble — 700 block South Ninth Street Saturday, man leaving.

Theft— 1500 block South Ninth Street Saturday, catalytic converter taken.

County jail

— Frank E. Littlejohn Jr., 38, 501 Pike St., Coal Grove, on charge of domestic violence Thursday by the Coal Grove Police Department.

— Mickey McKenzie, 18, 3039 S. Ninth St., Ironton, on charge of disorderly conduct Friday by the Ironton Police Department.

— Gary Barnhart, 52, Jackson, on charge of disorderly conduct Friday by the Ironton Police Department.

— Timothy L. Bowman, 54, 321 N. Fifth St., Ironton, on charge of disorderly conduct Friday by the Ironton Police Department.

— James A. Weisenberger, 18, 321 N. Fifth St., Ironton, on charge of disorderly conduct Friday by the Ironton Police Department.

— Danny J. Kipp, 37, 17024 State Route 243, Chesapeake, on outstanding warrant Saturday by the Proctorville Police Department.

— Richard M. League, 29, 204 B Township Road 1430, South Point, commitment Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.