On the Record

Wood Magistrate

PARKERSBURG — On Nov. 28 the following reports were released by Wood County Magistrate Court:

* Jackie Anne Nay, 29, 122 Sharon St., Mineral Wells, was arraigned on two counts of possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine and heroin, and is in custody in lieu of a $1,000 surety bond.

* Derek Burton Taylor, 24, 170 Mineral Park Estates, Mineral Wells, was arraigned on a petit larceny charge and was released on a $500 surety bond.

* Eric Lee Harmon Jr., 28, 1204 Hocking Road, Belpre, was arraigned on charges of public intoxication and obstructing an officer and was released on a $500 personal recognizance bond.

* Melissa Anne McDonald, 47, 50 Whitehair Lane, West Union, W.Va., was arraigned in Wood County for Pleasants County on charges of no motor vehicle inspection, no insurance, no proof of insurance and failure to appear and was released on a $3,000 personal recognizance bond.

* Teresa Lynn Allender, 56, 1644 Lynn St., Apt. B, Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a charge of second-offense shoplifting, was sentenced to 90 days in jail suspended for one year unsupervised probation and was assessed $293.25 in fines and court fees.

* Shanna Alexia Lenox, 31, P.O. Box 883, Elizabeth, pleaded guilty to a charge of second-offense shoplifting and shoplifting by obtaining an exchange or refund on goods not purchased, was sentenced to 90 days in jail suspended for one year unsupervised probation and was assessed $372.93 in fines and court fees.

* Ryan W. Ewing, 29, 919 Moyers Drive, Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a shoplifting charge and was assessed $160.25 in fines and court fees.

* Cassie Nicole Wilson, 24, 2402 Pennsylvania Ave., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a citation for driving on a suspended or revoked license and leaving the scene of an accident with injury, was sentenced to 60 days home confinement for the leaving the scene charge and was assessed $420.50 in fines and court fees.

* Chad Steven Jasper, 37, 710 Knopp St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a charge of no operator’s license and was assessed $170.25 in fines and court fees. He also pleaded guilty to a petit larceny charge, was sentenced to 60 days in jail suspended for one year unsupervised probation and was assessed $360.25 in fines and court fees.

Wood Sheriff

PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports Nov. 28:

* On Nov. 22, Michael Nelson Oliver, 55, of Oakbrook Drive, Mineral Wells, was arrested on a charge of domestic battery. He failed to post bond and was confined after arraignment.

* On Nov. 23, Zachery Ray Burdette, 22, of Lost Pavement Road, was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence.

* On Nov. 23, Cassandra Nichole Crawford, 28, of 36th Street, Vienna, was cited for driving under suspension.

* On Nov. 23, Michael Christopher Smith, 47, of Broadway Avenue, New Matamoras, was arrested on charges of second-offense DUI and driving under suspension.

* On Nov. 24, Michael Scott Hatch, 24, of Covert Street, was cited on charges of possession of marijuana less than 15 grams and improper registration.

* On Nov. 24, James Preston Kilkenny, 37, of 26th Street, was arrested on a charge of third-offense driving under suspension.

* On Nov. 24, Aaron Wayne Callihan, 39, of 27th Avenue, was cited on charges of driving under suspension and no insurance.

* On Nov. 25, Tommy Wayne Schreckengost, 51, of Alpine Court, Mineral Wells, was arrested on a DUI charge.

* On Nov. 25, Clyde Anthony Taylor, 48, of Sixth Avenue, was arrested on an outstanding capias for third-offense shoplifting.

* On Nov. 25, Jackie Mae Loiseau, 27, of Left Fork Buck Run Road, was cited on a no insurance charge.

* On Nov. 25, Rodney Allen Hartley, 26, of 45th Street, was cited on a prohibited parking charge.

* On Nov. 27, Jackie Anne Nay, 29, of Sharon Street, was arrested on a charge of possession of controlled substances. A petition to revoke her home confinement was being drawn up.

Washington Sheriff

MARIETTA –On Nov. 28 the Washington County Sheriff’s Office released the following reports:

Nov. 27

* Deputy Zide was patrolling the northbound lane of Interstate 77 at a designated cut-a-cross prior to exit 6, when he observed a white Subaru station wagon with a North Carolina registration, pass his location. The vehicle appeared to be slowing as it passed and continued to slow as it proceeded down the road.

Zide continued behind the Subaru, at one time pacing the Subaru at approximately 55 mph in a 70 mph zone. He continued his pace with the Subaru continuing to travel at the slower rate of speed, with no visible reason for the slowed speed.

The driver of the Subaru crossed the right fog line multiple times, and was slow to regain proper position in the lane, crossing the fog line a whole tire width at times.

Zide pulled alongside the vehicle noting a male Caucasian driver with shorter dark hair and short beard. Zide then activated the emergency lights to conduct a traffic stop. As the deputy began approaching the rear of the vehicle the driver fled. Zide returned to his patrol car advising dispatch of the situation at which time assistance from the Ohio State Highway Patrol Post 84 along with other law enforcement agencies was requested.

The vehicle, travelling north, approached the Macksburg exit and left Interstate 77, turning and then entering onto the southbound lane, north toward traffic. The pursuit was terminated due to public safety. The Subaru continued into oncoming traffic, eventually entering the median and continuing in the north lanes of travel.

As the vehicle approached Caldwell, the driver again accelerated to a high rate of speed toward Caldwell, eventually making a U-turn and turning back toward Interstate 77 again entering the southbound lane, heading north.

Deputies did not pursue the vehicle further, however continued northbound at which time sight of the vehicle was lost. Deputies, along with other law enforcement agencies continued to search for the vehicle, however met with negative results. Police said the driver of the vehicle is suspected of being Zachary R. Hardwood, 36, last known address of 6 Sunset Drive, Weaverville, N.C. Hardwood is wanted in North Carolina in connection with a robbery.

On Tuesday the Noble County Sheriff’s Office reported the Subaru was left at their senior center. Attempts to locate the subject are continuing.

* Deputy Hall along with the Wesley and Chesterhill volunteer fire departments responded to a house fire at 4630 Patten Mills Road, Stockport, Palmer Township.

The fire departments were on scene fighting the fire upon Hall’s arrival.

Hall met with Chief Jim King who reported the structure was fully engulfed, with the roof and rear wall collapsing. King said the structure was reported to be an abandoned property as the house was not adequate for habitation. The fire was allowed to burn down before trying to extinguish it as there was nothing to save. In 2015 a fire occurred at the same location, being an abandoned trailer.

Contact was made with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers to locate the property owner for the Patten Mills Road location. Contact was made with the property owner and she was told of the fire and loss of the structure. The owner said no one was living there and no one should be on the property. The Sheriff’s Office then contacted the Ohio State Fire Marshal’s Office in order to have the fire investigated.

* Ohio State Highway Patrol requested assistance with a traffic crash involving a vehicle and a mobile construction sign. Deputy Carr responded to the southbound lane of U.S. 50 at Collins Road, Little Hocking.

At that location Deputy Carr observed a directional light trailer on the right side of the southbound lane with disabling damage, along with a Chevrolet four door bearing Ohio registration, parked on the southbound shoulder with disabling damage to the right front bumper and fender area.

William Nichols of Area Wide Protective Sign was on scene and observed the Chevrolet strike the directional light trailer. The vehicle operator, Aaron K. Thompson, 35, 25076 Mountain Belle Road, Coolville, said he was coming down Ohio 7 and the sun blinded him. He said he heard the rumble strips, went to pull back into the lane of travel and still was unable to see. He said there was a bang and his air bags went off.

Carr had a check completed on Thompson’s driving record finding him to be under suspension. Thompson was cited for failure to control and driving under suspension.

Parkersburg Police

PARKERSBURG — The Parkersburg Police Department released the following report Nov. 28:

* Justin Beardlsey, 29, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 26 on a possession of a controlled substance charge.

* Michael Massey, 21, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 26 on a warrant for destruction of property and obstructing.

* Kasandra Utt, 29, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 26 on a charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

* Christopher Heater, 32, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 26 on a charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

* Carl Naylor, 24, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 25 on a warrant for possession with intent and possession of marijuana.

* Elora Guthrie, 20, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 25 on a possession of marijuana charge.

* Robert Flinn, 31, of Belleville, was arrested Nov. 25 on a warrant for possession of a controlled substance.

* Ashley Ohse, 35, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 25 on charges of battery of a police officer, public intoxication, disorderly conduct and obstructing.

* Morgan Francis, 32, of Akron, Ohio, was arrested Nov. 25 on a counterfeiting charge.

* Shawn Miller, 33, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 25 on charges of domestic battery and destruction of property.

* Elizabeth Loscar, 35, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 23 on a domestic battery charge.

* Brandan Pearce, 35, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 23 on a public intoxication charge.

* Keith Saunders, 31, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 22 on a warrant for obstructing, fleeing on foot, driving under suspension and leaving the scene of an accident.

* Katherine Harbison, 21, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 22 on disorderly conduct and obstructing charges.

* Deshawn Nelson, 18 of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 22 on a charge of possession with intent to deliver narcotics.

* Bryan Jones, 25, of Vienna, was arrested Nov. 22 on a warrant for violation of a protection order.

* Jamie Hutson, 39, of Parkersburg, was cited Nov. 26 on shoplifting and trespassing charges.

* Lonnie Starcher, 49, of Parkersburg, was cited Nov. 25 on disorderly conduct and public intoxication charges.

* On Nov. 27, officers responded to 16th Street in reference to a domestic disturbance.

* On Nov. 26, Scott Feathers reported his vehicle broken into and his cell phone stolen.

* On Nov. 26, officers responded to City Park in reference to a petit larceny that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 26, officers responded to Speedway on Division Street in reference to a shoplifting that just occurred.

* On Nov. 26, officers responded to 20th Street in reference to a destruction of property.

* On Nov. 26, officers responded to Walmart on Pike Street in reference to a shoplifting that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 25, officers responded to Thomas Street in reference to an auto larceny that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 25, officers responded to the Go-Mart on Camden Avenue in reference to counterfeit currency received.

* On Nov. 25, officers responded to Speedway on Division Street in reference to a shoplifting that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 25, officers responded to Broadway Sandwich Shop on Dudley Avenue in reference to counterfeit currency received.

* On Nov. 25, officers responded to Foodland on Plum Street in reference to a shoplifting that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 25, officers responded to Speedway on Division Street in reference to a shoplifting that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 25, officers responded to Walmart on Pike Street in reference to a shoplifting that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 25, officers responded to 16th Street in reference to an armed robbery that had just occurred.

* On Nov. 24, officers responded to 19th Street in reference to a stolen vehicle.

* On Nov. 24, officers responded to Speedway on Division Street in reference to counterfeit currency received.

* On Nov. 24, Alex Wade reported a petit larceny.

* On Nov. 24, officers responded to Garfield Avenue in reference to a stolen vehicle.

* On Nov. 24, Todd Dunn reported his vehicle broken into and items stolen.

* On Nov. 24, Tammy Stoneking reported her vehicle broken into and items stolen.

* On Nov. 23, Whitney Neal reported her bicycle stolen from the back porch of her residence.

* On Nov. 23, officers responded to Mt. Vernon Circle in reference to a domestic dispute.

* On Nov. 23, Jason Sams reported his license plate stolen.

* On Nov. 23, Mark Posten reported a petit larceny that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 22, officers responded to Dollar General on Seventh Street in reference to counterfeit currency received.

* On Nov. 22, officers responded to Ninth Avenue in reference to a petit larceny that had already occurred.

* On Nov. 22, officers responded to Rural King in reference to a shoplifting that had already occurred.

* Over the holiday weekend from Nov. 22-26, officers investigated 20 motor vehicle accidents.

* On Nov. 27, the Parkersburg Police Department responded to 103 calls for service.

* Levi Putnam, 19, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Nov. 27 on a warrant for violation of a protective order and obstructing.

* Derek Taylor, 34, of Mineral Wells, was arrested Nov. 27 on a warrant for petit larceny.

* Robin Deem, 44, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 27 on charges of possession of a controlled substance, improper motor vehicle inspection, improper registration and no proof of insurance.

* Eric Harmon, 28, was arrested Nov. 28 on obstructing and public intoxication charges.

* Lonnie Starcher, 49, of Parkersburg, was arrested Nov. 27 on public intoxication and disorderly conduct charges.

* On Nov. 27, officers responded to a traffic stop and cited Manuel Velez for possession of a controlled substance.

* On Nov. 27, officers responded to Morningside Avenue in reference to a stolen license plate.

* On Nov. 27, officers responded to Tygart Street in reference to a battery.

* On Nov. 28, officers responded to Market Street in reference to a domestic dispute.

* On Nov. 28, officers responded to 7-11 on Emerson Avenue in reference to counterfeit money.

* On Nov. 27, officers investigated four motor vehicle accidents.

Belpre Police

BELPRE — The Belpre Police Department released the following reports Nov. 27:

* On Nov. 20, Joshua G. Stewart, 37, of 205 Elm St., Belpre, was cited for driving without a license.

* On Nov. 20, Terry R. Fox, 70, of 316 Walnut St., Belpre, was cited for not wearing a seat belt.

* On Nov. 21, Ashley M. Wynn, 27, of 280 Summers Road, Marietta, was arrested for possession of drug abuse instruments, drug paraphernalia and possession of schedule IV drugs.

* On Nov. 22, Josie E. Grogg, 30, of 2506 Parkview Drive, Belpre, was cited for having an expired registration.

* On Nov. 25, Jeremiah M. Smith, 37, of 84 Lubeck Road, Parkersburg, was cited for possession of marijuana.

* On Nov. 25, Bryan R. Cowger, 44, of 3514 Camden Ave., Parkersburg, was arrested and transported to the Washington County Jail on charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug abuse instruments and tampering with evidence.

* On Nov. 25, Kaitlyn D. Townsend, 22, of 401 Hickory St., Parkersburg, was arrested and transported to the Washington County Jail on charges of possession of drug abuse instruments and possession of marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.

* On Nov. 25, Timothy N. McKinley, 20, of 309 Calder Ridge Road, Belpre, was cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

* On Nov. 25, Justin K. Taylor, 22, homeless, was cited for driving under suspension and possession of drug paraphernalia.

* On Nov. 25, Conner T. Beavers, 22, of 220 Mount Tom Pines Road, Marietta, was arrested on a charge of second-offense operating a vehicle while intoxicated.