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Police blotter: Cash, laptop among items reported stolen from car

May. 04, 2011 @ 12:19 AM

The following information was provided by the Huntington Police Department:

A 36-year-old man reported that someone broke into his vehicle Thursday night while it was parked in the 1000 block of 10th Avenue.

The man reported that someone forced entry into his locked vehicle and took $35,200 in Lowe's rebate cards, $1,200 in cash, a laptop worth $1,000 and a firearm also worth $1,000.

CHILD NEGLECT: A 28-year-old man reported that his daughters, 1- and 2-years old, were left alone at a residence in the 1500 block of Charleston Avenue Tuesday morning.

The man said a neighbor contacted him and said the person in charge of caring for the children had left without them. The man said he arrived at the home, which was locked, and climbed into a window to find his children alone in the residence. Police have a suspect.

BATTERY: A 41-year-old man reported that he was assaulted Monday night at a business in the 800 block of 14th Street West.

The man said he went to the business to retrieve his cellphone when someone kicked him in the face and knocked him over. The man said the suspect continued to kick him once he was on the ground. The report stated the man had an abrasion on the right side of his face, but he refused medical care at the time of the report.

EMBEZZLEMENT: An employee at Cheaper Cigarettes in the 500 block of 4th Avenue reported that someone took a total of $2,722 from the business on several occasions between April 1 and 28. Police have a suspect.

BATTERY: An employee at a business in the 900 block of 5th Avenue reported that he was injured during an altercation Monday in front of the business.

The employee said two people were fighting on the steps of the business when he attempted to intervene. The man said one of the suspects gouged and scratched his arm.

The following information was provided by the Cabell County Sheriff's Office:

A 61-year-old man reported that sometime Thursday someone took several items from a rental property he owns in Lesage.

The man said someone took $800 in lawn care equipment and a saw worth $150. The man said a neighbor reported seeing someone open the door and loading things into the garage. The report stated it appeared the suspect entered the garage by going over a wall in adjacent apartment. Deputies have a suspect.

LARCENY, DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A 32-year-old woman reported that several items were stolen from her vehicle Friday night while it was parked in the 100 block of 12th Street in Huntington.

The woman said someone entered her vehicle through an unlocked door and took a CD player worth $200 and $100 in CDs. The woman also reported that $600 in damage was done to the dashboard of her vehicle.

The following information was provided by the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:

Randall Kerm Randolph, 36, was incarcerated at 2:45 a.m. Tuesday. Authorities in Mason County charged him with felony child abuse by a parent or guardian and misdemeanor domestic battery. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

Quincy Lofton, 42, was incarcerated at 12:25 a.m. Tuesday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. Bond was $50,000.

Jordan Stamperd, 18, was incarcerated at 11:35 p.m. Monday. Authorities in Wayne County charged him with felony intimidation of a witness. He also faces felony charges of grand larceny and breaking and entering charge in Mingo County. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

Travis Lee Cummings, 29, was incarcerated at 10:20 p.m. Monday. Authorities in Lincoln County charged him with felony breaking and entering and misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

Dustin Cole Hill, 27, was incarcerated at 9 p.m. Monday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with felony possession of child pornography. Bond was $50,000.

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