Hershel Jerome Salmons, 38, of Cora, was arrested in Logan County by Patrolman Aaron Newsome of the Logan Police Department for armed robbery on Aug. 14.
According to police reports at 8:30 p.m. Officer Newsome was responded to the Jamboree about the complaint.
"Upon arrival, this officer spoke with the victim who stated a man in black shorts, a black shirt with writing on the left shoulder approached her from behind as she was leaving the parking building on Man Street behind Don Elkins music store," the report states.
"The victim further stated the accused placed his hands on her shoulders and said, 'Give me your money' . This officer then asked where the suspect was and the victim stated (Salmons) went into the Coalfield Jamboree. This officer then asked the victim to point out the accused, which she did. This officer then approached the accused and identified him to be Hershel Salmons."
Salmons was taken into custody and booked at the Southwestern Regional Jail at Holden at 10:30 p.m.
In other arrest reports:
• Allen Ray Fields, 30, of Logan, was arrested in Logan County by Trooper G.W. Collins of the West Virginia State Police for burglary, grand larceny and petit larceny on Aug. 14.
According to police reports, on August 13, the WVSP received a complaint from the victim in regards to a burglary.
"The victim advised that his residence had been broken into earlier in the evening and approximately $1,200 worth of items were taken, as well as $400 of a family member was also taken," the police report states. "During the course of the investigation, this officer gathered information to believe the accused, Alan Fields committed the act."
A warrant was issued for his arrest and he was taken into custody and booked at the regional jail at 11:45 a.m.
• Rex Lee Browning, 53, of Amherstdale, was arrested in Logan County by Trooper T.D. Boggs of the West Virginia State Police for daytime burglary, breaking and entering and grand larceny on Aug. 12.
According to police reports, on July 13, at 11 a.m., the officer received a complaint from the victim who told him that Browning broke into the Double D Mine Building and took around 700 mining bits.
"This complaint is based on the victim's information, the defendants admittance of taking the mine bits and the officer's observation of the incident (on video)," the police report said.
Browning was booked at the regional jail at 11:30 p.m.
• Terri Lynn Booth, 43, of Ethel, was arrested in Logan County by WVSP Trooper G.W. Collins for petit larceny, domestic battery and domestic assault on Aug. 7.
According to police reports, troopers were dispatched to McConnell about a domestic situation. Upon arrival the victim told the officers that Booth allegedly had been staying with her "and she had been missing some medication and found it in the accused's purse."
"The accused became belligerent and began striking the victim in an attempt to restrain the accused this officer observed wounds on both subjects. The victim advised the accused kicked her several times," the report states.
She was booked at the regional jail at 2:10 p.m.
• Elizabeth Mathis, 43, of Chapmanville, was arrested in Logan County by Trooper P.J. Dick of the WVSP for embezzlement and grand larceny on Aug. 3.
According to police reports, on July 20, Tpr. Dick received a complaint from the Dollar Tree store that alleged "manager Elizabeth Mathis had not deposited money into the store's account at the bank and deposits were missing."
The complainant alleged that Mathis had called and explained to him that she had stolen money from the store in the form of deposits, the report also states.
"On Aug. 2, 2009, this officer interviewed Mathis who admitted to taking the deposit money from the store," the report said.
She was released on bond.
• Crystal Dawn Diamond, 22, of Williamson, was arrested in Logan County by Logan Police patrolmen J. Sheppard and D.A. White for third offense shoplifting on July 29.
According to police reports, Patrolman Sheppard responded to a call from Wal Mart in reference to a shoplifting complaint. "When arriving on scene, this officer spoke with Loss Prevention Officer," the report states. "She advised this officer that the above defendant selected items from the store amounting to $6.69 and left the store without paying for them. When checking the defendants' criminal history, this officer found that she had two prior convictions for shoplifting, Nov. 27, 2006 and Nov. 14, 2007."
She was booked at the regional jail at 8:15 p.m.