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January 23, 2013

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RICHMOND — In other arrests:

• Brandy N. Mullins, 27, with no permanent address, was arrested Tuesday in connection with the theft of an iPad.

An officer was dispatched at approximately 4:30 p.m. to a residence in the 100 block of Martin Drive to investigate a reported theft.  

“The officer was informed by the resident that Mullins came to her residence to retrieve some clothing that Mullins had stored at the home,” Brock said. “While gathering her clothing, Mullins was observed taking an iPad that belonged to the resident.”

When the resident confronted Mullins, Mullins fled from the scene in a vehicle, taking the iPad with her, he said.

Officers later located Mullins in the 300 block of Fourth Street and took her into custody without incident. The iPad was not recovered.

Mullins was charged with theft by unlawful taking more than $500 and taken to the Madison County Detention Center.

• Bruce Kelley, 52, of Kristin Drive, was arrested Tuesday and charged with second-degree assault. He now is lodged in the detention center.

Officers were dispatched just after 2 a.m. to a residence in the 300 block of Kristin Drive to investigate a domestic assault complaint. Upon arrival, officers were met by a relative of Kelley’s who was suffering from a large laceration to the head.

“It later was determined that Kelley and the victim had been involved in a dispute that resulted in Kelley striking the victim in the head with a metal jack handle. The victim was treated for his 10-stitch injury at Baptist Health Richmond and released from the hospital.

• Oscar W. King, 66, of Bradbury Pointe Drive, was arrested Saturday and charged with receiving stolen property over $500.

A resident in the 100 block of S. Killarney Lane reported Tuesday, Jan. 15, that her apartment had been broken into during the afternoon and a Hewlett Packard laptop computer was stolen. Entry was gained by forcing open a bedroom window, according to police. The stolen computer was valued at $548.

“The investigating officer received information indicating that King was in possession of the stolen computer,” Brock said.  

On the same day, the officer made contact with King at his residence. After examining the computer, police determined that it was in fact the stolen computer in question.



Ronica Shannon can be reached at rshannon@richmondregister.com or 624-6608.

 

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