POLICE REPORTS – 9/21/09
Published 8:43 am Monday, September 21, 2009
Fight — 1100 block South 10th Street Friday.
Dog complaint — Sixth and Wyanoke streets Friday, woman walking her dog attacked by three other dogs, dog warden notified, citations issued.
Theft — 500 block Etna Street Friday, catalytic converter taken.
Theft — 2600 block South Seventh Street Friday, catalytic converter taken.
Theft — Reported at police station Friday, wallet taken.
Domestic — Reported at police station Friday, Jerry R. Collins, 50, 317 Madison St., Ironton arrested and taken to jail.
Domestic — 1900 block South Third Street Friday, Clarence E. Abrams III, 29, 1909 S. Third St., Ironton, arrested and taken to jail.
Fight — Lawrence Street Friday, those involved denied fight, sent inside for night.
Domestic — 1200 block North Second Street Friday, Jesse L. Fisher III 23, 1211 N. Second St., Ironton, arrested and taken to jail.
Fight — JAB Lounge, South Third Street Saturday, those involved left prior to officers’ arrival.
Fight — Pine Street Saturday, those involved advised and moved on.
Fight — Fuzzy Duck, Center Street boat landing Saturday.
Theft — 300 block Neal Street Saturday, motorcycle taken.
Burglary in progress — 900 block Latonia Street Saturday, man and woman reportedly taken to police station, Carl D. Holston, 42, 906 Latonia St., Ironton, arrested and taken to jail.
Explosion — North Fifth Street Saturday, heavy smoke in area, utility transformer blew up.
Domestic — 1700 block South Fourth Street Saturday, advised.
Trouble — Rax, South Third Street Saturday, teenagers reportedly refusing to clear lot, moved on.
Loud party — Fourth and Means streets Saturday, advised.
— Donald P. Dickess, 46, 151 Private Drive 350, South Point, disorderly conduct Saturday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
—Robert B. Williams, 28, 103 Fernwood Drive, Coal Grove, DUI with prior convictions, resisting arrest Sunday by the Coal Grove Police Department.
— Terry R. Pratt, 24, 520 Sunnyside Drive, Coal Grove, on outstanding warrant Saturday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.