Police Reports — 4/7/15

Published 11:12 am Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Jail log

— Cori Eastham, 20, of 1615 Township Road 138, Chesapeake, warrants for arrest April 5 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

— Candice McFann, 29, of 181 Township Road 324, Pedro, commitment April 4 by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

— David Moore, 48, of 1173 County Road 1, South Point, domestic violence April 4 by the LCSO.

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— Michael Abshire, 36, of 1677 Sixth Ave., Huntington, warrants for arrest April 4 by the LCSO.

— John Davis, 24, of 41 Township Road 1023, South Point, warrants for arrest April 3 by the LCSO.

— Kaytlin, Vaughn, 24, of 521 Bellefonte St., Russell, Kentucky, April 3 by the OSHP.

— Crystal McMillian, 25, of 326 Township Road 248 W., Kitts Hill, warrants for arrest and driving under suspension April 3 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Jerome Legette, 42, of 410 Berry St., Ashland, commitment April 3 by the LCSO.

— Nathan Marshall, 19, of 193 Township Road 208, Ironton, commitment April 3 by the LCSO.

— Debra Gambino, 50, of 5577 State Route 217, Willow Wood, disorderly conduct April 3 by the LCSO.

— Kimberly Johnson, 24, of 1905 S. Third St., Ironton, warrants for arrest April 2 by the OSHP.

— Tomi Perry, 32, of 424 County Road 3, Chesapeake, warrants for arrest April 2 by the LCSO.

— Robert Gorby, 61, of 58 Township Road 1057, Proctorville, warrants for arrest April 2 by the Proctorville Police Department.

— John Payne, 55, of 2421 S. Fifth St., Ironton, warrants for arrest April 2 by the Coal Grove Police Department.

— William Lewis, 45, of 13436 State Route 93, Pedro, probation violation April 2 by the LCSO.

— Andrew Branch, 25, of 800 Montgomery Ave., Ashland, receiving stolen property April 2 by the LCSO.


Sheriff’s Reports

Theft — 1800 block State Route 141, Ironton, March 28, woman reported borrowed utility trailer not returned to her.

Failure to comply with order or signal of police officer — Five miles out State Route 217, April 5, deputy responding to a disorderly conduct call reported an allegedly intoxicated male drove up to the scene and asked “where he could find a deputy to get into a chase with,” and drove off at a high rate of speed; deputy reported the driver came back down the road and turned into a church parking lot and tried to pass the scene a third time, at which time the deputy reported blocking the road; driver allegedly drove backward on State Route 217 and returned to the church parking lot; driver allegedly tried to hit cruiser and returned to 217; deputy did not pursue due to having to take disorderly conduct suspect to jail; suspected driver named.

Passing bad checks — 900 block County Road 32, Chesapeake, April 4, man reported trying to cash a bad check from a roommate.

Domestic violence — 1500 block County Road 18, South Point, April 3, woman alleged niece hit her on the head twice; negative contact with suspect.

Criminal damaging — 1000 block County Road 411, Proctorville, April 2, vehicle egged.

Theft — 40 block Township Road 1043, Chesapeake, April 4, tag taken from vehicle.

Burglary — 200 block Township Road 1186, South Point, April 3, radio/CD player, Xbox, DVDs, food taken from residence.

Theft — 1400 block County Road 1, South Point, April 4, Rototiller, electric dyer, window air unit taken from garage.

Breaking and entering — 1600 block County Road 1, South Point, April 3, Leo’s Carryout broken into; $550 taken from register, two packs of cigarettes taken; surveillance video taken as evidence.

Criminal damaging — 100 block Township Road 1173, Proctorville, April 4, driver’s side mirror of vehicle broken.

Criminal damaging — 60 block Township Road 1026, South Point, April 3, windows of home damaged from suspected attempted break-in.