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December 21, 2013

Police blotter - December 22, 2013

BLUEFIELD — Mercer Sheriff

Dec. 12

WORTHLESS CHECK: Richard Singer, 52, of Rock, was located and arrested on a warrant by Lt. J. Parks.

Dec. 13

BREAKING AND ENTERING: Two subjects, a male and a female, reported their son had broken into their residence in Bluewell. The couple reported cash was missing from the residence. Warrants are pending.

PETIT LARCENY; DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: An employee from AT&T reported damage to one of the company's cell phone towers.

WANTON ENDANGERMENT: A male subject reported he had gone to residence on Old Athens Road near Princeton where another male had discharged a shotgun. Dep. H.L. Walters observed a text message sent by the female encouraging the male subject to come to her residence. The officer then located the other male subject who reported seeing the male and the female who sent the text message at the residence being "intimate" with one another. The male then allegedly entered the residence and discharged the weapon away from other residences. Brandon Ball, 28, of Princeton, was arrested.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A female subject reported her vehicle's back window hand been broken out on Willowbrook Road.

Dec. 15

BREAKING AND ENTERING: An employee of Brown Sack Florist reported cash was missing from the business in Brushfork.

Dec. 16

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject reported her cell phone had been stolen while she was at Cheers Bar.

OBSTRUCTING/RESISTING AN OFFICER: During an investigation, Lt. J. Parks and Dep. H.L. Walters located a female subject walking along the side of the road. When the officers spoke to her, she allegedly provided false information about her reason for walking alongside of the road on Duncan Road. The female later allegedly reported seeing the officers and leaving a vehicle in question because she was "scared." Heather Lawrence, 26, of Princeton, was arrested.

VIOLATION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTION ORDER: Melissa Hernandez, 33, of Bluefield, was located and arrested.

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