Woman reports toddler's info used to open account
The following information was provided by reports filed with the Huntington Police Department:
FALSE PRETENSES: A 22-year-old Huntington woman reported someone used her 3-year-old son's social security number and other personal information to open an account with a power company.
The woman said she received a bill for $1,542.02 in her son's name from the company Tuesday.
Someone previously used her son's information to open an account with a water company, the woman said.
Police have a suspect.
ENTERING WITHOUT BREAKING: Robert Wayne Prince, 36, of Huntington was charged with felony entering without breaking Wednesday.
Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of 8th Avenue at about 12:40 p.m. in response to a report of a breaking and entering in progress. Officers secured the building, and they discovered a man crouched down inside the building looking through property.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: A 24-year-old woman reported she was at her residence in the 1200 block of 10th Avenue just before 7 a.m. Tuesday when she heard the sound of glass shattering from another part of the residence.
The woman traced the sound to her front door, and she saw an arm reach in through a broken window pane in the door and attempt to unlock it. The woman said she yelled at the person, who fled the scene.
The woman also noted all of the light bulbs on her front porch were unscrewed during the incident.
SHOPLIFTING: An employee at Pet Palace in the 300 block of 9th Street reported someone took a rabbit, worth $25, from the store at 1:22 p.m. Tuesday. The employee said the suspect can be seen on surveillance footage entering the store and removing the rabbit from a pen before exiting the store without paying for it.
BREAKING AND ENTERING (AUTO): A 21-year-old woman reported someone broke a passenger side window in her vehicle while it was parked in a lot in the 2400 block of 1st Avenue between Sunday and Tuesday and took $950 in electronics and $300 in gas cans.
SHOPLIFTING: Abdull Rahmon Jackson, 37, of Huntington was charged with felony shoplifting, sixth offense Tuesday.
An employee at Rite Aid in the 500 block of 31st Street reported a man entered the store Tuesday afternoon and selected $80.45 in personal care products before walking out of the store without paying for them.
A background check revealed the man had five prior shoplifting convictions on his record.
The following information was provided by criminal complaints filed in Cabell County Magistrate Court:
Stephen W. Marks, 35, of Huntington was charged with felony receiving and transferring stolen property Tuesday.
Natasha Gail Dilernia, 36, also of Huntington, was charged with one felony count of receiving and transferring stolen property and one misdemeanor count of receiving and transferring stolen property Tuesday.
Marks and Dilernia sold and scrapped 75 brake rotors, worth $3,750, as 908 pounds of scrap metal for a total of $92 at a local scrap metal recycling business on Feb. 12, a Huntington Police detective said in the complaint.
The rotors previously had been reported stolen from another local business, the detective said in the complaint.
Dilernia also sold a bicycle, worth $250, at a local pawn store for $25 in May 2012, a detective said in the complaint.
The bike had been reported stolen from a 10-year-old boy, who was visiting a friend's house in the 300 block of Virginia Avenue, the detective said.
Dilernia's bond was set at $12,500, and Marks' bond was set at $10,000.
The following information was provided by booking records at the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:
Jessica Mae Carson, 33, was incarcerated at 6:40 a.m. Wednesday. Authorities in Cabell County charged her with two warrants for failure to appear, one of which was a felony. Bond was denied pending arraignment.