BLOTTER: Woman reports someone knocks on door, breaks into home
The following information was provided by reports filed with the Huntington Police Department:
BURGLARY: A 77-year-old woman reported someone entered her home in the 800 block of Washington Avenue at about 1 p.m. Friday.
The woman said she had left the residence to run errands, but her sister stayed there. Her sister said she was in the kitchen when someone knocked on the front door, but no one was there when she answered it. The sister said it happened three times. When she was walking back to the kitchen, she said she noticed a man running through the backyard. When she returned to the kitchen the third time she noticed that her insulin was scattered across the kitchen table, but nothing was missing.
She said it appeared someone had entered the kitchen by popping out a screen door in the rear of the home.
BREAKING AND ENTERING (AUTO): Two people reported their vehicles were broken into while they were parked in the 2500 block of Guyan Avenue between 5 and 6 a.m. Friday.
A 38-year-old man reported someone entered his vehicle through an unlocked door and pilfered through it. The man reported the only thing missing from the vehicle was a prescription for Lexapro.
A 23-year-old man reported someone also entered his vehicle through an unlocked door and took $160 in cash that was in his wallet in the center console of the vehicle. The man reported the console was damaged during the incident. The man reported $300 in damage to his vehicle.
POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: Bryan Thorn, 35, of Huntington, was charged with two felony counts of being a fugitive from justice and misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance Friday.
Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 2200 block of Washington Avenue at 9 a.m. Friday after receiving a report of someone growing marijuana in the residence.
When officers arrived on the scene, they found the resident of the home was a fugitive from justice from Illinois and Kentucky. Officers also found 16.5 grams of marijuana in a bag next to the residence.
The following information was provided by criminal complaints filed in Cabell County Magistrate Court:
Tiffany Annamae Black, 18, and Charlie Boy Baldwin, 18, both of Huntington each were arrested Thursday and charged with one count of felony possession of a deadly weapon on the premises of an educational facility.
The charges stem from an incident that took place in March.
A Cabell County Sheriff's Deputy said a stabbing occurred on a Cabell County school bus as it traveled in the 1000 block of Norway Avenue the morning of March 15. The deputy said a male student had the knife, and was "acting" like he was going to stab another student, when he did stab the student in the leg. The deputy said the student handed the knife to his girlfriend, who was on the bus, so he wouldn't get caught with it.
Bond was set at $5,000 for each person.
The following information was provided by booking records at the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:
Robert Joseph Blake, 37, was incarcerated at 5:55 p.m. Friday. Authorities in Wayne County charged him with felony receiving and transferring stolen property, felony grand larceny, felony conspiracy, felony burglary and felony accessory before the fact. Bond was set at $25,000.
Ernest Gibston, 55, was incarcerated at 5:25 p.m. Friday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with a felony bench warrant, for which no bond was set. He also was charged with misdemeanor driving with a suspended or revoked license and misdemeanor driving with an expired registration tag. Bond for those charges was $10,000.
Pricilla Lee Dylan, 19, was incarcerated at 6 a.m. Friday. Authorities in Lincoln County charged her with felony operating a clandestine drug laboratory, along with misdemeanor assault by threats and battery. Bond was denied pending arraignment.
Beth Ann Parsons, 22, was incarcerated at 6 a.m. Friday. Authorities in Lincoln County charged her with felony operating a clandestine drug laboratory. Bond was denied pending arraignment.
Britteny Lea Toppings, 18, was incarcerated at 6 a.m. Friday. Authorities in Lincoln County charged her with felony operating a clandestine drug laboratory. Bond was denied pending arraignment.
Jack French Parsons, 19, was incarcerated at 6 a.m. Friday. Authorities in Lincoln County charged him with felony operating a clandestine drug laboratory. Bond was denied pending arraignment.
Kelly Michelle Yates, 30, was incarcerated at 3:50 a.m. Friday. Authorities in Wayne County charged her with felony receiving/transferring stolen property. Bond was denied pending arraignment.
Tia Lynn Carr, 20, was incarcerated Thursday evening. Authorities in Putnam County charged her with felony operating a clandestine drug laboratory and child neglect. Bond was $100,000.
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