Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

Local News

June 23, 2013

Burglaries and thefts reported to APD

ASHLAND — The following information was taken from Ashland Police Department reports: 

Burglary

‰An Ashland man living in the 1800 block of Lexington Avenue reported Wednesday his home had been burglarized. He told police access was gained through a set of french doors and items taken had not been fully identified yet. Damage to his home was estimated at $200.

‰An AT&T cell tower in the 1000 block of Florida Street was burglarized some time between April 17 and June 7, according to an employee of DSS Power Solutions. The employee reported Thursday that items valued at $5,299 were removed from the tower. They included dry cell batteries, orange electrical hot mats, a custom hot box, a set of 40 foot cables and interconnect jumpers.

‰An Ashland woman living in the 3700 block of Valley Drive reported Thursday $5,000 in jewelry had been stolen from her home. Police have a suspect.

Theft

‰An Ashland woman reported a Nexus tablet valued at $300 was removed from her mother’s porch in the 1900 block of Central Avenue.

‰An Ashland woman living in the 800 block of Bath Avenue reported Thursday she paid All Seasons of Kentucky more than $4,300 in March to install a new roof. The work has never been completed.

‰An Ashland man living in the 1600 Block of Johnson Avenue reported Thursday he sent a $2,700 cashier’s check to U.S. Title Company, only to discover later the company was not legitimate. Police have a suspect.

‰A woman living in the 3000 block of Montgomery Avenue reported Thursday a sump pump and several bags of concrete mix, all valued at $649.40  were stolen from a job site. Police have a suspect.

‰A woman living in the 2600 block of Lincoln Street reported Thursday she had lent her lawn mower valued at $292.50 to a man, but he never returned it.

Possession of

Marijuana

‰An Ashland man was arrested Thursday morning in the 2600 block of Hampton Street on two active Kentucky warrants. The man was also charged with possession of marijuana after a search revealed approximately 3.3 grams of green leafy substance concealed on his person.

Disorderly Conduct

‰Police charged three individuals, two men and a woman, with disorderly conduct on Thursday following a fight that occurred just before 9:30 a.m. in the 2900 block of Winchester Avenue. The trio were involved in a dispute over alleged abuse, and began fighting.  

Assault

‰An Ashland man reported Thursday he was struck by a vehicle being operated by his sister in the parking lot of Speedway on Lexington Avenue. The pair had been arguing, he told police.

CARRIE STAMBAUGH can be reached at (606) 326-2653 or by email at cstambaugh@dailyindependent.com

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