Jefferson County sheriff
Lacking cash: An unknown amount of money was taken from donation and money packing containers at Apostolate Household Consecration, Bloomingdale, Saturday. Workers members reported a number of places of work had been entered whereas they have been occupied with new arrivals, and suspect the identical particular person who stole a automotive from their property Saturday was chargeable for the thefts.
Incident: A lady who over the weekend had requested her ex-boyfriend and his household to look after her daughter so she may get therapy for psychological well being points claimed he was refusing to return the kid to her, Tuesday. The girl claimed the person broke her tail mild together with his fist and kicked the facet passenger door, then grabbed cigarettes out of her purse when she returned for the kid, however witnesses stated he by no means left his porch. Deputies stated the girl was behaving erratically and was hostile, refusing to allow them to speak with the person and demanding to talk with a supervisor. Earlier than they have been capable of attain the supervisor, they stated she “simply needed a cigarette and didn’t care about the remainder of the stuff.”
Arrested: James L. Blackwell, 41, 2639 E. 21st St., Cleveland, two counts possession of medication, Tuesday.
Homecoming: A person coming back from a six-month deployment advised police his Ruger CCP .38 semi-automatic pistol was lacking from his residence, Tuesday.
Criticism: A lady within the 700 block of North Seventh Avenue stated her boyfriend twisted her arm and dug his nails into her hand, Tuesday. The girl, who had scratch marks and dried blood on her hand, stated he’d been staying together with her “on and off” the previous couple weeks and received indignant if she didn’t go to mattress when he did.
Dispute: Callers reported a pair within the 500 block of Linden screaming at one another, Tuesday. The couple advised police they have been having “relationship points.”
Penalties: A person who advised police he’d transfer his automobile out of the fireplace lane on the mall however as an alternative went into the mall to buy was ticketed for parking in a restricted space, Tuesday.
An excessive amount of speaking: A person who got here to the police station to report a person threatening him with a stun gun determined as an alternative to face on the sidewalk yelling obscenities, Tuesday. Police stated the person smelled strongly of alcohol and had an open container in his hand, and was suggested a number of occasions to depart however continued to direct a stream of profanities and derogatory remarks at them. He was finally arrested “as he was now not cooperating and continued to make a scene,” officers stated.
Arrested: Donald Lee Burk, 50, 180 N. Fourth St., public intoxication, Wednesday.