Published 12:00 am Thursday, February 4, 2016

West Virginia dog owner’s missing Bluetick found

By Rupert Howell
A missing 14-month-old female Bluetick hound was located just at presstime in Summit, Miss. according to BPD Asst. Chief Jimmy McCloud.
Reports from the Batesville Police Department covering some of the weekend’s activities described the dog as weighing 55 pounds, darker brown face than most Blueticks with white pickings on legs. She is non-aggressive according to the police report.
Owner Preston Street of Mason Town, West Virginia had placed an ad elsewhere in the publication and Panola Partnership and others were using social media to help locate the dog valued on the police report for $900.
Other reports provided by Batesville Police Department included a report of stolen satellite dish on Friday, January 29.
The report stated the victim was inside watching television when he, “noticed it cut off.”
The report stated, “(He) then walked outside to check his satellite dish when he noticed it was missing. (He) stated that somebody cut the wires to his house then took his satellite dish.”
Patrolman Thomas A. Campbell’s report of Sunday, January 31 noted that  a woman at Econolodge on Lakewood Drive reported a stolen cell phone.
(She) stated she laid her cell phone down on the table in room (# redacted) while she stepped outside for a minute. She stated when she returned back to the room approximately five minutes later her cell phone was missing.”
The report went on to say the phone was a black Samsung Galaxy Note 3 estimated at a value of $750.

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