Blotter: Several residents report vehicle break-ins in Huntington
The following information was provided by the Huntington Police Department:
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A 23-year-old woman reported that a passenger window in her vehicle was broken between 3 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. Thursday while it was parked in the 1000 block of 11th Street.
BREAKING AND ENTERING AUTO: Four people reported that windows to their vehicles were broken and items inside were stolen between Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. In one incident, which took place in the 1100 block of 9th Street, someone pulled down fence pickets to enter the area where a vehicle was parked, broke the window and took out a television that was in the backseat.
In another incident in the 800 block of 12th Avenue, an iPod was stolen, while $10 was taken from the console of a vehicle parked in the 1000 block of 10th Avenue.
A rifle and spare change was taken in another incident in the 1100 block of 9th Street.
The following information was provided by the Cabell County Magistrate Court:
DUI: Aaron Scott Ruckman, 30, of Barboursville, was arrested on Thursday and charged with a felony count of driving on a license that was revoked from a DUI conviction. He was pulled over by a Barboursville Police officer on West Mall Road. His record also included two prior driving while revoked for DUI charges, in August 2012 and March 2013.
FORGERY: James Douglas Coleman II, 58, of Huntington, was pulled over by the West Virginia State Police on Thursday in Guyandotte for having an altered registration sticker on his vehicle. Coleman also was charged with misdemeanor counts of driving without a license and for not having insurance.
The following information was provided by the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:
Gregory Preston Kelly, 47, was incarcerated Thursday evening. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with felony intimidation of a public official and misdemeanor shoplifting. Bond was $10,250.
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