POLICE REPORTS – 10/30/09
— Pamela J. McCoy, 40, Huntington, W.Va., on outstanding warrant Tuesday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
—Karen L. Parker, 50, 275 N. Third St., Ironton, on charges of petty theft, assault Tuesday by the Ironton Police Department.
— Jonathan Slack, 40, Huntington, W.Va., on charges of domestic violence, aggravated menacing Wednesday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
Domestic — Lawrence Township Monday, 13-year-old child struck in face with fist, suspect named.
Domestic — Union Township Monday, woman reportedly struck with ratchet, clawed, menaced, Michelle Dray-Cremeans, 32, 18142 State Route 243, Chesapeake, arrested and taken to jail.
Theft— Lowe’s parking lot, Burlington Monday, tools taken from truck.
Felonious assault — Fayette Township Monday, woman reportedly assaulted repeatedly over period of days, taken to hospital with injuries to face, throat, arms, chest and back, menaced, suspect named.
Assault — County Road 1, South Point Tuesday, woman assaulted, suspect named, questioned, said action was self-defense.
Breaking and entering — Oasis, 213 S. Sixth Street Monday.
Fight — 800 block Walnut Street Monday, advised.
Burglary — 2800 block South Eighth Street Monday.
Trouble — Marlow, South Third Street Monday, person causing trouble left prior to officer’s arrival
Assistance requested — Coal Grove police requesting help with man in village cutting himself, man taken to hospital.
Fight — Fourth and Mulberry streets Tuesday, all verbal, advised.
Theft — 2600 block South 10th Street Wednesday, tailgate taken from truck.
Theft — Wendy’s, Fourth and Center streets Wednesday, purse taken from vehicle.
Unsupervised child — Open Door School, Fifth and Lorain streets Wednesday, two small children playing on school ground, not wearing shoes or shirts, no adult supervision, Children’s Services called, Joanna Johnson, 27, 3123 S. Fourth St., Ironton, charged with child endangerment and taken to jail.