Blotter: Two car break-ins reported in Barboursville
The following information was provided by reports filed with the Barboursville Police Department:
LARCENY: Two people reported someone entered their vehicles during the early morning hours of Sept. 4. Both victims reported their vehicles were unlocked at the time of the incidents.
A 42-year-old woman reported someone stole four checks and about $4 in change from her vehicle, which was parked in the 1100 block of Huntington Avenue.
A 37-year-old woman reported that she and her husband discovered someone entered and went through their vehicles while they were parked in front of their home along Water Street.
The woman said a total of $470 in electronics were missing from the vehicles.
GRAND LARCENY: An employee at National Tire and Battery in the 500 block of Mall Road reported someone stole $3,000 in tires from the business between 7:30 and 7:52 p.m. on Sept. 7.
The employee said the tires were placed in a used tire area behind the business.
The responding officer stated a witness took a photo of the tires with his phone and sent them to the employee. About 20 minutes later, the witness returned to the scene with the employee to discover the tires were gone.
SHOPLIFTING: Officers responded to two reported shoplifting incidents on Sept. 8 and 9.
The incidents were reported by employees at Macy's and Kohl's at the Huntington Mall.
An employee at Macy's reported on Sept. 8 that a 25-year-old Akron, Ohio, woman attempted to leave the store without paying for four pairs of Miss Me jeans worth $99 she concealed in a bag. The woman was released from custody following arraignment in Cabell County Magistrate Court.
An employee at Kohl's reported on Sept. 9 that a 36-year-old Wayne woman and a juvenile female attempted to leave the store without paying for $140 in apparel they concealed in a bag while in one of the store's fitting rooms. The juvenile was released to the custody of a grandparent, and the woman was released from custody following arraignment in magistrate court.
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