Man reports electric meter and air conditioner stolen
The following information was provided by the Huntington Police Department:
BREAKING AND ENTERING: A 29-year-old man reported that someone broke out the window to his residence in the 1600 block of 10th Avenue sometime between Wednesday and Sunday and stole the electric meter. The suspect also entered the outbuilding and took an air conditioning unit duct work.
BURGLARY: A 23-year-old woman reported that someone forced open the door to her residence in the 200 block of Division Street between 8:15 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday and took a laptop, iPad 2 and clothing. The loss is estimated at $1,600.
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE: David Allen Dean, 31, of Midkiff, was arrested and charged with a felony count of third-offense driving under the influence. He was pulled over by police in the 1100 block of 7th Avenue at 9:35 p.m. Wednesday after officers witnessed a vehicle weaving.
Dean had two previous DUI convictions from 2009 and also was cited for obstruction and driving on a suspended or revoked license.
BURGLARY: An 18-year-old woman reported that someone entered the rear dog door to her residence in the 2700 block of Guyan Avenue sometime between Wednesday and Friday and took a television and laptop. The loss is estimated at $2,100.
BURGLARY: A 23-year-old woman reported that sometime between Wednesday and Friday, someone forced open the rear doors to her residence in the 2500 block of 1st Avenue and took a laptop and video game system. The loss is estimated at $1,500.
BURGLARY: A 25-year-old woman reported that someone broke the window to gain entry to her apartment in the 1100 block of Monroe Avenue between 7:15 a.m. and 4 p.m. A laptop, television and video game system were taken. The loss is estimated at $1,040.
BURGLARY: A 32-year-old woman reported that sometime between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. Friday, someone entered her residence in the 2100 block of 8th Avenue and took a video game system, computer equipment, weedeater and air compressor. The loss is estimated at more than $1,600.
GRAND LARCENY: The "Welcome to Guyandotte" sign was reported as being stolen from the 3900 block of 3rd Avenue sometime between Nov. 17 and Saturday. Its value is estimated at $1,400.
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: Police responded to an alarm at Mini Bar in the 600 block of 9th Street at 4:50 a.m. Sunday, where they found the glass door had been broken. Nothing was reported missing, but damage is estimated at $1,000.
GRAND LARCENY: A 92-year-old woman who has a jewelry stand in the 600 block of 14th Street West reported Nov. 20 that on Sept. 30, a known suspect took more than $10,000 worth of jewelry from a case. It was witnessed by an employee who was working there. The jewelry included several watches, diamond rings, gold bracelets and pendants.
The follow information was provided by the Cabell County Sheriff's Office:
ARMED ROBBERY: An employee of Joli's Bar in the 3400 block of U.S. 60 reported an armed robbery took place just before 3 a.m. Sunday. The report states an unknown man in a brown jacket and gray scarf entered bar and told the employee he had a firearm, although he never showed it.
He demanded money, and the employee gave him an estimated $6,000 in cash that was behind the counter. He told the victim to lay on the ground while he exited and fled westbound on U.S. 60 in a brown Ford Taurus.
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT: An employee of Ray's Automotive in the 1700 block of Martha Road in Barboursville reported that between 2:11 and 2:53 p.m. Wednesday, someone stole a white Nissan Sentra from outside the shop. He told deputies he had moved the victim's vehicle from inside the garage to the outside so he could work on another vehicle. Security footage shows an unknown man in a white Ts-shirt and blue jeans get in and drive off. The employee had left the keys inside the vehicle.
The following information was provided from criminal complaints in Cabell County Magistrate:
Aaron Ruckman, 29, of Barboursville, is charged with a felony count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, dating back to July 2. The complaint said he delivered a packet of heroin to a person in the 6100 block of Childers Road in Barboursville in exchange for cash. Ruckman arrested and arraigned on Nov. 21.
Alexandra Conroy-Sarvas, 22, of Huntington, is charged with felony counts of grand larceny and receiving or transferring stolen property. The complaint accuses her of stealing and pawning items from her grandmother and also was arrested on Nov. 15, for stealing from her husband. Several pawn receipts were found that date back to December 2011. She is being held on $50,000 bond.
Jamel Curtis McKelvey, 25, is charged with a felony count of delivery of a controlled substance that dates back to May 22, when the complaint said he sold cocaine to an undercover Huntington Police officer in the 800 block of 9th Avenue. He also faces several misdemeanor charges. He was arraigned Thursday. He remains jailed with a $41,100 bond.
Roger Lee Gravely Sr., 48, of Huntington, is charged with a felony count of third-offense domestic violence acts that stemmed from the early morning hours of Nov. 21 at a residence in the 1000 block of 22nd Street. The complaint claims he became involved in a verbal altercation with his wife that became physical when the defendant choked her and knocked her to the floor, and then kicked her. Gravely has two prior domestic violence convictions from 2011.
The following information was provided by the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:
Jennifer Brooke Miller, 33, was incarcerated at 2:45 p.m. Monday. Authorities Cabell County charged her with a felony count of fraudulent use of an ATM card. Bond was set at $10,000.
Travis Richard Jones, 30, was incarcerated at 2 p.m. Monday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with a felony bench warrant. Bond was denied.
Noel M. Eskridge, 39, was incarcerated at 5 a.m. Monday. Authorities in Putnam County charged her with felony conspiracy, along with misdemeanor carrying a concealed weapon without a license, possession of a controlled substance, possession of stolen property and obstruction. Bond was set at $5,000.