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Blotter: Thieves force way into Cabell-Wayne animal shelter

Jan. 30, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

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

BREAKING AND ENTERING: An employee at the Cabell Wayne Animal Control Shelter reported someone forced entry into the shelter in the 1900 block of James River Road by breaking out a glass pane in a door between 2 p.m. Sunday and 7:45 a.m. Monday.

It appeared the suspect attempted to pry open three different filing cabinets as well as the drawer of a cash register in the building. Damage was estimated at $800.

The employee reported it appeared that nothing was stolen from the shelter.

BURGLARY: A 45-year-old woman reported someone forced entry into her home in the 4400 block of Altizer Avenue between Jan. 25 and Monday and took $800 in jewelry, a television worth $350 and $50 in cash.

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

BURGLARY, BREAKING AND ENTERING: A 55-year-old man reported someone forced entry into his residence in the 5200 block of Heath Creek Road in Barboursville between Jan. 21 and 22 and took $2,000 in jewelry and $200 in cash.

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

Byron Nathan Morrison, 38, was incarcerated at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Authorities in Lincoln County charged him with felony child neglect resulting in death. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

Pearl Jean Christian, 45, was incarcerated at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Authorities in Lincoln County charged her with felony child neglect resulting in death. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

William W. Harmon, 20, was incarcerated Monday evening. Authorities in Cabell County charged him with felony burglary, conspiracy and three counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, along with misdemeanor petit larceny. Bond was denied pending arraignment.

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