Blotter: Police: Man reports robbery following party
The following information was provided by reports filed with the Huntington Police Department:
ROBBERY: A man reported that he left a party at a friend's apartment at 10:30 p.m. Oct. 23 and went to his vehicle. When he entered his vehicle, the victim said there was a man sitting in the back seat, and the man pointed an object at the victim's head and demanded money.
The victim said he drove to a bank and withdrew $120, which he gave to the man. He said the man got out of the vehicle and fled the scene. The victim wasn't sure whether the man had a gun.
THEFT FROM MOTOR VEHICLE: A man reported he was on his way home from a darts game on Oct. 26 when his car ran out of gas on I-64, just eastbound of the West 17th Street exit. The man said he took a cab home, and when he returned a few hours later to get the vehicle, he discovered someone had taken $1,300 in parts from the car and $700 in miscellaneous items from inside the car.
The following information was provided by reports filed with the Cabell County Sheriff's Office:
LARCENY: A 23-year-old man reported he left his home in the 3500 block of Oak View Drive on Oct. 24 to go to work, and when he returned, $950 in electronics and $600 in weapons were missing from the residence. Deputies have a suspect.
BURGLARY, BREAKING AND ENTERING: An 80-year-old man reported someone broke into his garage in the 6900 block of Big Seven Mile Road in Lesage on Oct. 26 and took $1,300 in tools and equipment. The man said his garage door sustained $500 in damage.
BURGLARY, BREAKING AND ENTERING: A 43-year-old woman reported someone took $2,000 in jewelry from her home between the night of Oct. 25 and the night of Oct. 26. Deputies have a suspect.
FRAUDULENT PURCHASES: An employee with Foster Roofing, based in Milton, reported on Sept. 24 that someone fraudulently had written $11,024 in checks from the business since June 2011. The man said fraudulent purchases have been made using the business' credit card account during that time frame as well. Deputies have a suspect.
OBSCENE MATERIAL: A 50-year-old woman reported on Oct. 23 that she discovered her 12-year-old daughter was sending explicit photos of herself to a male, whom she believed to be an adult. The woman said her daughter also received explicit photos from the male.
The following information was provided by booking records at the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville:
McKinley Taylor, 52, was incarcerated at 2:20 a.m. Monday. Authorities in Wayne County charged him with felony burglary, along with misdemeanor battery and brandishing.
Bond was denied pending arraignment.
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