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Huntington woman in home on Winters Road arrested for burglary

Jun. 14, 2013 @ 12:33 AM

By LACIE PIERSON
The Herald-Dispatch
lpierson@heralddispatch.com
The following information was provided by reports filed with the Huntington Police Department:
BURGLARY: Jamie Sue White 35, of Huntington, was charged with felony burglary Wednesday.
An officer was dispatched to a home in the 2900 block of Winters Road on Wednesday afternoon in response to a report of a person who had entered a residence that did not belong to them. Upon arrival, the officer found the suspect, who was taken into custody.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: A 21-year-old woman reported someone attempted to gain entry into her residence in the 2000 block of Enslow Boulevard just after 2 a.m. Wednesday. No additional information was available at the time of the report.
LARCENY: An employee of Steven’s Apartments in the 1300 block of 5th Avenue reported someone stole a hutch, worth $1,200 from the property sometime between June 1 and Monday.
Police have a suspect.
LARCENY, FORGERY AND UTTERING: A 72-year-old man reported a larceny occurred at his home in the 700 block of 10th Avenue sometime between May 1 and 19. He said since then, someone has used his personal checks to remove $427.83 from his bank account.
The following information was provided by criminal complaints filed in Cabell County Magistrate Court:
OBSTRUCTION: Jason Ratliff, 36, of Huntington, was charged with felony persons in custody of institutions or officers, misdemeanor interference with officers and misdemeanor obstruction on June 6.
A man, who was being arraigned on unrelated charges in Cabell County Magistrate Court, attempted to escape police custody by running toward an exit in the Cabell County Courthouse, a West Virginia State Trooper said in the complaint. The man was stopped by a courthouse security guard.
Ratliff’s bond was denied.
FORGERY AND UTTERING: Kelly Jo Bailey, 44, of Huntington, was arrested earlier this month and charged with felony forgery and uttering.
A woman intercepted a money order that was being mailed from a bank in Huntington to an 80-year-old woman, who has an account with the bank, a Huntington Police officer said in the complaint. The woman signed the money order, claiming herself as the recipient, and received $187 in cash, the officer said.
Bailey’s bond was denied.
POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: Charles Richard Betts II, 25, was arrested earlier this month and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
A Huntington Police officer on patrol in the 1100 block of Madison Avenue on June 8 initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle with two defective registration bulbs.
The officer said he saw a plastic bag containing 8.9 grams of heroin next to the driver’s feet.
Betts’ bond was denied.
BURGLARY: Corky Scott Miller, 32, of Huntington, was arrested Tuesday and charged with felony burglary.
On May 28, a man kicked open the door of an apartment in the 900 block of 4th Avenue and tossed around several pieces of furniture, causing damage to the property, a Huntington Police officer said in the complaint.
Miller’s bond was set at $15,000.
FRAUDULENT USE OF AN ACCESS DEVICE: Amy Marie Vansant, 36, of South Point, Ohio, was arrested Tuesday and charged with two felony counts of fraudulent use of an access device.
On Feb. 26, a woman used a credit card at an ATM on two separate occasions that day to get $500 in cash, a Huntington Police detective said in the complaint. The card did not belong to the woman, and she did not have permission from the victim to use it, the detective said.
Vansant’s bond was set at $10,000.
SHOPLIFTING: Justin Scott Shaw, 24, of Huntington, was arrested Tuesday and charged with felony shoplifting, third offense and a misdemeanor capias for driving with a suspended or revoked license.
A West Virginia State trooper responded to the Walmart store along Nichols Drive in Barboursville on May 3 in response to a shoplifting complaint.
An employee told the trooper a man came into the store, cashed a check and took a grocery cart to the toy section, the trooper said. Once in the section, the man filled the cart with several items and exited the store without paying for them, trooper said.
The trooper was able to trace the man using his signature from the check, and a background check revealed he had two prior shoplifting convictions and a misdemeanor capias on his criminal record.
Shaw’s bond was set at $10,500.
The following information was provided by booking records at the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:
Joshua Lee Porter, 24, was incarcerated at 5:45 p.m. Thursday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with two felony counts of burglary and two felony counts of grand larceny. Bond was $100,000.
Jonah Andrew Brown, 25, was incarcerated at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. Authorities in Mason County charged him with a home confinement violation. Bond was denied.
Nicholas Scott Adkins, 24, was incarcerated at 4:15 p.m. Thursday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with felony fleeing with reckless indifference, misdemeanor driving with a suspended or revoked license and misdemeanor reckless driving. Bond was $15,100.
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