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POLICE REPORTS – 7/26/10

Ironton Police

Dog Complaint — 2100 block of South Sixth Street Wednesday, person reports that pup is tied in yard and has only box for shelter, dog warden called.

Trouble — 100 block of Scherer Road Wednesday, woman reports juvenile daughter left in car with expired tags.

Suspicious Person — 2200 block of North Fifth Street Wednesday, woman reports daughter saw someone looking in window, was wearing blue hoodie.

Vandalism — 700 block of South Ninth Street Wednesday, woman reports man came to house cursing and tore door off hinges

Trouble — Ninth and Quincy streets Wednesday, woman reports that husband is off medication, is in traffic and could be armed, SEOEMS called.

Theft — 800 block of South Ninth Street Wednesday, woman reports license plate continually taken off car.

Theft — 600 block of South Fifth Street Wednesday, billfold reported taken from vehicle.

Vandalism — Ironton Little League, Wednesday, windows of parked cars, broken, parents advised.

Prowler — 600 block of North Sixth Street, Thursday, homeowner claims man possibly stalking her, negative contract, police patrol.

Theft — 100 block of North Second Street, Thursday, computers taken from new dialysis center.

Theft — 1200 block of South Sixth Street, Thursday, someone broke into car, took driver’s license.

Attempted B&E — 300 block of North Second Street, Thursday, someone tried to get into house with credit card, no entry gained, extra patrols.

Complaint — Railroad Street Thursday, adult reportedly letting child play on construction equipment, subject advised.

Trouble — 1500 block of North Second Street Friday, man and woman arguing Friday, parties took off.

Break-In — 800 North Sixth Street, Friday, car broken into three times, glove box taken.

Vandalism — 1500 block of Campbell Avenue Friday, mirror taken off car.

Theft — 1800 block of South Eighth Street Friday, gutters taken from garage, storm damaged them and thief brought them down.

Theft — 400 block of Mulberry Street Friday, child’s bike taken, bike later found.

Public Intoxication — CVS parking lot Friday, man reportedly staggering in lot, bothering others, no room at jail, subject sent away with friend.

Loud Music — Ninth and Adams streets Friday, report of loud music, advised.

Attempted B&E — Ironton Little League concession stand Saturday, youth reportedly trying to break in, juveniles released to parents.