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July 10, 2014

Police Beat: Church reports $27,582 stolen

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

Theft

-21st Street Tabernacle reported $27,582.60 stolen. Police have a suspect.

-A man living in the 2900 block of Winchester Avenue reported five $100 bills taken from his home.

-A woman living in the 2600 block of Blackburn Avenue reported theft of jewelry valued at $8,300.

-JC Penney reported merchandise worth $115 stolen from its store.

-Walmart on River Hill Drive reported items valued at $606.96 and $767 stolen from its store.

‰A woman living on Central Avenue reported her LG cellphone, valued at $125, was stolen.

Assault

-A man living in the 1800 block of Winchester Avenue reported he was assaulted.

-A man living in the 700 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard reported he was assaulted during a confrontation between him and his girlfriend’s daughter.

Burglary

-A woman living in the 5100 block of Blackburn Avenue reported water dmage to the flooring of the residence after suspects stuffed towels in the drains of the bathroom and kitchen sinks and turned on the water.

-A man living in the 2600 block of 13th Street reported his Cub Cadet lawn mower, valued at $269, was stolen from his unlocked garage.

-A man living in the 1200 block of 29th Street reported his Honda lawn mower, valued at $300, was stolen from the front porch of his residence.

-A man living in the 800 block of Ashland Avenue reported a BMX girls bicycle, valued at $170, was stolen from the front porch of a residence.

Criminal mischief

-A man living in the 1600 block of Maryland Parkway reported his wallet and $4 in change was taken from his vehicle, and the front door of his residence was damaged. The wallet was recovered.

-A woman living in the 3400 block of Central Avenue reported her car battery, worth $100, was stolen.

Identity theft

-A woman living in the 1000 block of Bath Avenue reported identity theft without her consent. The suspect, who has an active arrest warrant, did it to avoid detection at a traffic stop.

Terroristic threatening

-A man living in the 2800 block of 29th Street reported someone had been sending text messages threatening to kill him.

 

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