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June 25, 2013

Woman asked to leave plant

Police Report

WASHINGTON — CITY REPORT

12:33 a.m. - A security guard at the Perdue plant, 315 Clark Road, requested an officer come to the plant to escort a woman from the property. The woman, whose husband works, at the plant, had been taking photos and refused to leave before police were called. She said she would not return to the property or take photos anymore.

 Monday

10:39 - A complainant at Chuckles, 201 NE Fifth St. reported a group of juveniles outside of the business asking for money.

9:18 p.m. - Angie Mattingly, 1425 Brett Cable Road, reported that someone had stolen six landscape lights and a lantern from her residence in the last

24 hours.

8:14 p.m. - A woman reported that her sister and she were in the Walmart parking lot and witnessed another vehicle back into a burnt orange Dodge Charger. The driver then got out of the vehicle and tried to wipe off the area that had been struck. The driver and the occupant of the car then switched places and drove off heading toward Donaldson Road. The owner of the Charger, Curtis Phillips then called dispatch reporting his vehicle had been struck. County and state units were able to locate the vehicle that had struck Phillips car. The driver and the occupant, Ashley Jane Heagy of Winslow and Amanda Dawn Dunn of Worthington were both charged with leaving the scene of an accident. Heagy was also cited for driving with a suspended license with a prior. Dunn was cited with operator never licensed.

5:24 p.m. - Jilaine Mason, 302 Maple Ave., reported that someone had stolen her son’s 20” dark gray and teal bicycle from the residence. Mason said the kickstand on the bicycle will not keep it standing.

5:23 p.m. - A complainant on station turned in a wallet belonging to a male subject.

4:15 p.m. - Wilma Warne, 307 E. Nat’l Hwy, reported that when her adult son, James Warne, had tried to pick up her prescription from CVS/ Pharmacy, he was informed that someone else had already picked up the medication earlier in the day. Ms. Warne said this had happened before. CVS had surveillance footage and  Warne stated that she and her son had contacted the pharmacy and the prescriptions have been stopped.

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