WILMINGTON — The following report is generated from reports provided by the Wilmington Police Department. All those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. Incidents are presumed to be under investigation. Charges may be dropped or changed in court.
Wilmington police recently received the following reports:
• Police investigated a report of fraudulent credit card use concerning a Kohl’s card on Sunday. A woman reported less than $600 was charged to her bank account through a Kohl’s card. The woman said she received an email telling her to call an 888 phone number to connect with the Kohl’s fraud department. That number isn’t listed on any of Kohl’s’ customer service phone numbers.
• A burglary was reported Wednesday, March 2, at a Grant Street address, where several hundred dollars’ worth of electronics, including a television, cell phone and a push mower, were stolen and the windows were reported as destroyed or damaged.
• A N. South Street woman called police Sunday to report a man for menacing and trespassing.
• A man was spotted on camera Thursday at a Main Street business stealing a bottle of vodka.
• An East Locust Street woman reported theft of medication on Tuesday, March 1, after midnight.
Wilmington police recently arrested the following:
• Adam Phillips, 28, of Washington Court House, for allegedly possessing a drug abuse instrument Saturday.
• Grant St. Clair, 29, of Washington Court House, for allegedly possessing a drug abuse instrument Saturday. St. Clair was also arrested on a warrant alleging theft.
• Tonya Hoover, 31, and Shannon Oaks, 38, both of Midland, for alleged theft from a Progress Way business Tuesday, March 1. A police report alleges the two stole a glass smoking pipe, a dog leash, a dog collar, a dog harness, a dog sweater, a purse, and several items of makeup and clothes, including boxer briefs.
• Charles Moore Jr., 48, of Wilmington, for alleged trespassing at a Prairie Avenue home Thursday and again Saturday for alleged theft from a Main Street address.
Reach Nathan Kraatz at 937-382-2574, ext. 2510 or on Twitter @NathanKraatz.