Blotter: Employee allegedly breaks into 4th Avenue restaurant
The following information was provided by reports filed with the Huntington Police Department:
BREAKING AND ENTERING: An employee at Rocco's Little Italy in the 1300 block of 4th Avenue reported someone broke into the business sometime overnight Monday and took $30 in cash and $78 in beer. The owner of the business reported she arrived at the store Tuesday morning to find someone had forced open the business's back door, causing $60 in damage. Detectives located the beer bottles behind the store.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A 21-year-old woman reported someone forced entry into her vehicle while it was parked in the 1400 block of 3rd Avenue between Saturday evening and Sunday morning. The woman said someone punctured the rear driver's side tire of her car, causing $200 in damage.
The woman reported that two weeks prior to the incident, someone keyed her vehicle, causing $500 in damage, and took her backpack containing her textbooks and a calculator, resulting in $530 in losses for her. The woman said she did not file a police report immediately following that incident. Police have a suspect.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: An employee with the Salvation Army in the 1200 block of 3rd Avenue reported she found a basement window at the property had been broken when she arrived there on Sunday. No further information was available at the time of the report.
BURGLARY: A 25-year-old woman reported someone took $1,824.99 in electronics from her home in the 1000 block of Euclid Place sometime Tuesday while she was at work.
The following information was provided by booking records at the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:
Todd Callihan Bryan, 25, was incarcerated at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with five felony counts of fraudulent use of an access device. Bond was $50,000.
Mary Elizabeth Ross, 30, was incarcerated Tuesday evening. Authorities in Cabell County charged her with felony third-offense shoplifting. Bond was $10,000.
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