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Barboursville blotter: Man reports lawnmower stolen

May. 26, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

BARBOURSVILLE -- The following information was provided by reports filed with the Barboursville Police Department:

GRAND LARCENY: A 61-year-old man reported someone stole his riding lawnmower, worth $1,300, from his garage in the 1200 block of Ralston Avenue sometime between May 15 and Tuesday.

SHOPLIFTING: Officers responded to three shoplifting incidents reported between May 16 and Tuesday.

The incidents were reported by employees at J.C. Penney, Sears and Kohl's, all at the Huntington Mall.

An employee at J.C. Penney reported on May 16 that a 30-year-old Huntington man attempted to leave the store without paying for $55 in Nike apparel he had concealed under his clothing. The responding officer issued a citation to the man, who was released from custody.

At Sears, an employee reported on May 18 that a 47-year-old Grayson, Ky., man attempted to leave the store without paying for a tool set worth $399.99. The responding officer discovered the man had a warrant for shoplifting on his record, and he was released from custody after arraignment in Cabell County Magistrate Court.

A Kohl's employee reported on May 18 that a 30-year-old Charleston woman attempted to leave the store without paying for a pair of tennis shoes worth $135. The responding officer issued a citation to the woman, who was released from custody.

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