Police Reports-05/04/16

Published 10:15 am Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Jail Log

— Charles Bartrum Jr., 25, of 8027 State Route 522, Pedro, capias for arrest, resisting arrest April 28 by the Ironton Police Department.

— Charles Burns, 36, of 717 Buckhorn St., Ironton, warrants for arrest April 29 by the IPD.

— Charles Burton Jr., 44, of 2500 Ninth Ave., Huntington, warrants for arrest, probation violation May 2 by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.

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— Gregory Cox Sr., 54, of 17486 State Route 93, Pedro, warrants for arrest April 29 by the IPD.

— Courtney Gallion, 37, of 411 N. Sixth St, Ironton, warrants for arrest April 29 by the IPD.

— George Handley, 46, of 25 Crown Manor Lane, Crown City, warrants for arrest April 27 by the LCSO.

— James Kearns, 41, of 94 Township Road 1124, Proctorville, disorderly conduct April 29 by the LCSO.

— Candy Long, 36, of 157 Township Road 1161, South Point, commitment April 30 by common pleas court.

— Blake Meadows, 24, of 256 County Road 256, Coal Grove, capias for arrest April 30 by the LCSO.

— Myria Nikolov, 37, of 117 Roberts St., South Point, warrants for arrest, capias for arrest April 28 by the South Point Police Department.

— Cecil Riggs Jr., 41, of 929 Third St, Ironton, commitment April 28 by the LCSO.

— Christopher Strait, 43, of 1310 N. Third St., Ironton, warrants for arrest April 29 by the IPD.

— Christopher Thornhill, 44, of 1928 Doulton Ave., Huntington, warrants for arrest April 29 by the LCSO.


Sheriff’s reports

Illegal conveyance of weapons, aggravated menacing — Fairland Middle School, April 28, student allegedly brought knife to school; student cited to court and suspended from school.

Possession of drugs abuse instruments, possession of heroin, criminal trespass, petty theft — Wal-Mart, South Point, April 29, man previously banned from store allegedly tried to return stolen items; suspect allegedly in possession of used syringes, spoon, heroin and marijuana; Joseph Cunningham, 38, of 945 Ninth St. W., Huntington, arrested.

Assault, resisting arrest, vandalism, attempted escape, intimidation of public servant, public indecency — A private drive in Chesapeake, April 29, deputy responded to a call of a man allegedly threatening and throwing rocks at neighbors; suspect was allegedly intoxicated and naked; suspect yelled at and attempted to push deputy; suspect was allegedly combative as deputy tried to places handcuffs on him; once suspect was inside cruiser, he allegedly broke the window out and tried to climb out; man allegedly defecated in cruiser; suspect allegedly threatened deputy’s life and spit on him; James Baker, 49, of 61 Private Drive 125, Chesapeake, arrested.

Domestic violence — 600 block County Road 124, Chesapeake, May 1, woman alleged husband was intoxicated and tried to choke her; suspect allegedly shoved woman’s 7-year-old daughter and smacked her in the face; negative contact with suspect.

Petty theft — South Point, May 1, license plate taken from vehicle.

Rape — 700 block Riverside Drive, Huntington, May 2, 8-year-old girl alleged father raped her.

Petty theft — Save A Lot, Chesapeake, May 1, customer allegedly took meat from store without paying; Edward Walker, 65, of 370 Faye Ave., Circleville, arrested.