Police Reports – 9/11/11
— Shelley A. Yates, 37, 95 Township Road 1524, Chesapeake, DUI, possession of drugs, having a weapon under a disability Friday by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
— Annette Coffee, 50, 109 Township Road 317, Ironton, DUI Friday by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
— Heather Stuntebeck, 35, 5820 State Route 141, Ironton, capias Thursday by the Ironton Police Department.
Possession of drugs — Township Road 185 at Township Road 1527, Chesapeake Thursday, report of vehicle parked in roadway, vehicle and driver located, drug paraphernalia, drugs, found in vehicle, Samuel J. Allen, 27, 204 Township Road 1178, Chesapeake, taken to hospital, cited to court.
Theft — County Road 5, Kitts Hill Wednesday, furniture, television and microwave allegedly taken , suspect named.
Burglary — 6000 block State Route 93, Ironton Monday, Nighthawk Feed Store entered, item allegedly sold by someone other than store owner, suspect named.
Breaking and entering — 6000 block State Route 243, South Point Monday, lawn mower, tools, taken.
Loud music — Sixth and Mill streets, 12:36 a.m. Thursday, advised.
Suspicious vehicle — 2500 block South 12th Street, 12:38 a.m. Thursday, strange car through alley, description given, negative contact.
Suspicious person — Seventh Street and Mastin Avenue, 1:15 a.m. Thursday, person reportedly inside vacant house, left prior to officers arrival.
Suspicious person — Seventh and McGovney streets, 1:23 a.m. homeowner reported seeing woman leave his garage, neighbor’s fence broken, search made of area.
Attempted breaking and entering — Fifth and McGovney streets, 6 p.m. Thursday, closed laundromat entered.
Attempted breaking and entering — Seventh and Latonia streets, 6:25 p.m. Thursday, attempted entry made to garage.
Child hit by vehicle — 1000 block North Fifth Street, 7:48 p.m. Thursday, child taken to hospital, vehicle located.
Trouble — End Zone parking lot, 422 S. Second St., 11:34 p.m. Thursday, people reportedly causing trouble for handicapped person, subjects located and advised to go back to Kentucky.