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Police Reports — 4/29/12


Police Reports — 4/29/12

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Police Reports — 4/29/12
News from Ironton Tribune:

Police Reports — 4/29/12

Published 12:00am Sunday, April 29, 2012

Sheriff’s office

Robbery — 800 block Rockwood Avenue, Chesapeake, 10:15 p.m. Monday, man alleged two men attacked him and took $ 300 from his pocket, Michael White, 26, of Private Drive 6, Chesapeake, arrested.

Vehicular vandalism — 500 block Township Road 1233, Proctorville, Tuesday, vehicle window broken, brick laying on seat, nothing missing.

Petty theft — 3300 block State Route 141, Ironton, noon Tuesday, three bottle of medication missing from kitchen cabinets.

Vandalism — 90 block Private Drive 1716 State Route 141, Ironton, 10:24 a.m. Tuesday, woman alleged neighbor threw a can a green beans on the roof of her trailer, cracking it.

Domestic violence — 2600 block North Second Street, Ironton, 9:35 a.m. Wednesday, man alleged son threatened to tear his head off after he questioned him about missing pills, Seth Large, 27, arrested.

Assault — 100 block South Fifth Street, Ironton, 6:40 p.m. Wednesday, two women fighting at Travelers Motel, Reva Rice, 44, of 20 Township Road 1039 Apt. 2, Chesapeake, and Adrienne Murphy, 33, of 20 Township Road 1039 Apt. 4, Chesapeake, arrested.

Domestic violence/endangering children — Perry Township, 6:53 p.m. Thursday, two children, ages three and five, beaten wit…………… continues on Ironton Tribune

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The kitchen as the center of daily life – a mix of work and play, online and offline, serving multiple generations “aging in place” – reached a new expression with Hafele’s display of the Harman Kardon MaestroKitchen100.

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