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Blotter: Huntington man reports firearms, jewelry stolen from home

Jan. 24, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

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

BURGLARY: A 63-year-old man reported someone forced entry into his home in the 600 block of Court Street on Monday morning and took $300 in firearms, $5,000 in gold coins and $900 in jewelry.

BURGLARY: An employee with First Priority Federal Credit Union along Virginia Avenue reported someone removed $2,000 in copper piping and $5,000 in heating and cooling units from a residence the bank owns in the 1700 block of Woodmont Road sometime between September and Tuesday.

BURGLARY: An employee with GGB Construction LLC, based in Chesapeake, Ohio, reported someone forced entry into a storage unit on a construction site in the 1500 block of 6th Avenue and took $1,060 in ground wire sometime overnight Monday. The damage to the unit was $300.

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

Kenneth Anson Greenlee, 22, was incarcerated Tuesday. Authorities in Mason County jailed him on a judge's order, along with felony operating/attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab, manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and conspiracy. Bond was denied.

Jared Lee Christian, 18, was incarcerated Tuesday. Authorities in Wayne County charged him with felony accessory before and after the fact. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

James Matthew Ross, 28, was incarcerated Tuesday. Authorities in Wayne County charged him with felony delivery of a controlled substance. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

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