Chesapeake man offered drug treatment following overdose

March 15, 2019

IRONTON — The following information was compiled from Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office reports:

BURGLARY: A 32-year-old Proctorville area woman reported last week that someone broke into a residence and stole tools, clothing, a television and a Playstation with a remote. The items were valued at $1,028.

DRUG POSSESSION: Responding to a call about an overdose, a 22-year-old Chesapeake man was told he had to get drug treatment or face a charge of possession of heroin within 30 days. The man was given Narcan and transported to a Huntington hospital.

ASSAULT: A 17-year-old student at Symmes Valley High School said another student knocked books from his hands and punched him in the face when he bent down to pick them up. He said the other student also kicked him in the head several times when he fell to the ground before being transported to St. Mary’s Medical Center.

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT: A Reynoldsburg, Ohio, man reported earlier this month that someone stole his mother’s 2011 Ford Mustang and $26,000 is still owed on the vehicle.

MISUSE OF A CREDIT CARD: A 64-year-old Pedro area woman reported last month that someone used her debit card to make $217 in fraudulent charges.

THEFT: A 23-year-old South Point woman reported last month that someone stole her debit card and charged $806 on it.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A 49-year-old Ironton man reported earlier this month that his girlfriend smacked him in the face three times. She was cited into court on the misdemeanor charge.