Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

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February 22, 2014

Police blotter - February 23, 2014



Feb. 14

PETIT LARCENY: A male subject reported unauthorized use of his food stamp card.

Feb. 16

GRAND LARCENY: A male subject living on Lorton Lick Road near Montcalm reported his ATV had been stolen.

PETIT LARCENY: A female subject living at the Princeton Village Apartments reported her license plate had been stolen.

FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICE: Evan Burnopp, 27, of Bluefield, was located and arrested on a warrant from Giles County, Va.

Feb. 17

WORTHLESS CHECK: Karen Fuller, 28, of Bluefield, was located and arrested on a warrant.

BURGLARY; DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: A male subject reported his home had been broken into and items were missing.

BATTERY ON AN OFFICER; OBSTRUCTING/ RESISTING AN OFFICER: Dep. M.S. Horn responded to Barbarie Lane near Princeton in reference to a female subject attempting to cut herself with a knife. Along EMS workers, the officer removed a knife from the female's person and observed several cuts on her wrists. The female allegedly threatened to hit the officer after the officer took the knife away. The officer observed a gun cabinet and believed other weapons could be available around the residence. The officer informed the female subject that she was being arrested. The officers had to place the female's hands behind her back to complete her arrest. The female allegedly headbutted the cage during transport. Allegedly, the female continued to threaten the officer at the police department. Teresa Snavely, 48, of Princeton, was arrested.

Feb. 18

WORTHLESS CHECK: Tina Miller, 31, of Princeton, was arrested on a warrant.

UNEMPLOYMENT FRAUD: Rodney Smith, 28, of Bluefield, was arrested on a warrant.

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