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POLICE REPORTS – 9/10/10

Sheriff’s Office

Petty theft — Sand Road, South Point Friday, woman reports $300 taken from bank account via Internet. No suspects.

Vandalism — Township Road 119, Pedro Friday, homeowner reports attempt to take copper pipes from house. House without water and cable television.

Petty theft — State Route 775, Proctorville Saturday, owner reports parts stolen from his car being sold on the Internet.

Theft — Walmart, South Point Saturday, woman allegedly took items from store without paying, had been banned previously from any Walmart store. Amy Mullins, 28, 729 Reed St., Flatwoods, Ky., arrested for theft and criminal trespassing, taken to jail.

Petty theft — Township Road 1501, Chesapeake Saturday, owner reports license plate taken from vehicle. No suspects.

Assault — Township Road 1321, Proctorville Saturday, man reports an assault by another man during a child’s birthday party.

Burglary — State Route 775, Scottown Saturday, man reports break in at home; $1,300 television taken.

Burglary — Private Drive 410, South Point Sunday, man reports break in at home during vacation. Tools taken. No suspects.

Domestic violence — County Road 3, Chesapeake Sunday, man reports being pushed and verbally threatened during a property exchange between him and another.

Domestic violence — Township Road 1039, Chesapeake, Monday, man allegedly struck by wife. Evonda G. Hunt, 45, of 20 Township Road 1039, Chesapeake arrested for domestic violence and taken to jail.

Auto larceny — County Road 400 Tuesday, Ironton, woman reports husband’s pickup missing from home.

Domestic violence — Township Road 616, South Point, mother reports daughter threw hairbrush at her. Child taken to group home.

Domestic violence — State Route 93, Ironton, woman alleges husband threatened her and tried to prevent her from leaving home. Woman reports she gets in car and is followed bumper to bumper by husband. Ronald K. Koster, 62, of 357 County Road 16, Pedro, arrested for domestic violence and taken to jail.

Ironton Police

Trouble — 1900 block of South Ninth Street 11:26 p.m. Sunday, homeowner reports city street sign and pole thrown against garage.

Trouble — Fuzzy Duck 2:10 a.m. Monday, man claims patron pulled gun on him. No gun found. All sent home.

Theft attempt – 900 block of South Seventh Street 4 a.m. Monday, homeowner reports two tried to steal porch furniture. Negative contact.

Vandalism — 600 block of North Fifth Street, 10:28 a.m. Monday, woman says hose put under house, water turned on.

Vandalism — County Road 55 10:37 a.m. Monday, burnt vehicle recovered.

Attempted theft — Rax parking lot 6:55 p.m. Monday, woman reports man tried to get into car. Suspect not found.