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Blotter: Neighbor's tip leads to drug arrest

Aug. 31, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

The following information was provided by reports filed with the Huntington Police Department:

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: Rebecca Leeann Tieman, 27, of Huntington, was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver Thursday.

A 37-year-old South Point, Ohio, man also was charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence.

Officers responded to the 900 block of Madison Avenue on Thursday afternoon for a report of a woman selling pills in the area.

The officer found the woman sitting in a vehicle with a man in the area. The woman had prescription pain pills in her possession, for which she did not have a valid prescription.

The man, who was sitting in the driver's seat of the running vehicle, was taken into custody.

BURGLARY: A 44-year-old man reported someone forced entry into his residence in the 1700 block of Jackson Avenue and took $1,100 in tools and $500 in electronics Thursday.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: An employee at East End Cycle in the 2400 block of 3rd Avenue reported someone broke out the front windows and glass doors of the business just after 10 p.m. Wednesday. The incident was filmed by the business' surveillance cameras.

BURGLARY: A 55-year-old man reported someone forced entry into a residence in the 400 block of West 7th Street and took two air conditioning units worth $400 and $450 in tools sometime between Aug. 15 and 29.

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

Daniel Scott Shaver, 22, was incarcerated at 2:20 p.m. Friday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him as a fugitive from justice. Bond was denied.

Jamal Knott, 33, was incarcerated at 2:05 p.m. Friday. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with felony malicious wounding. Bond was $50,000.

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